Begovo Pole is a karst plain on the Jakupica mountain range on the north side of the peak Solunska Glava.It is about 1.5 km long and about 500 to 1000 m wide, with a slight decline to the west. A small stream flows through it, forming several ponds and puddles, and then sinks to the lowest point.
At the bottom of the field visible is a deep pit that is full of snow. It is believed that the lower water in the Begovo Pole springs from the other side of the Solunska Glava in the sources of Babuna.
Since 2000 more speleological research has been carried out in the karst region around Solunska Glava. It is believed to have huge water tanks beneath the top, which is similar to the old local name for the Mokra Mountain.
NOTE: Everyone goes at their own risk. The organizer reserves the right to shorten, modify, delay or cancel the tour if field or weather assessments warrant it.
IMPORTANT: Each participant is obliged to respect the rules and guidelines of the organizer and the guides, otherwise alone is responsible for side effects;
– Any participant may be excluded from the group due to misconduct.
– Carry your rubbish in a backpack to the first container.
The nature is impressive, beautiful views.
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