Mountain Mosor is one of the most favourite Split's destination for hiking, stretching along the shore, from Split to Omiš.
Abundant in fauna and flora, as well as numerous caves and pits, the most favourite is the cave Vranjaca on the southeast part of Mosor accessible through the town Dugopolje. Mosor also has an observatory known by the name "Zvjezdano selo (Star village) Mosor". Mosor became a natural option for any hiking beginners, so that mountain turned into a one of the most popular destinations for day trips for people from Split, which is usually good recommendation for visitors, too. It's mostly rocky, and look almost threatening, but once when you get there you will see that all the paths are excelently marked, challenging enough to enjoy it as a hiking spot, and easy enough so whole family can go up there. Mosor is suitable for a hike practically year-round, but we wouldn't suggest it if it's raining or - rarely - snowing. Bring water with you, and you can re-supply at the hut. If you like mountain food, you won't need any to carry on, except maybe some energy bar, or a sendwich or a can as a reserve. Also, don't forget to wear appropriate shoes, and back-up clothes if you get sweaty. It's never too many times to warn you about being careful, to be safe in the mountain you have to respect it.
We are able to organize several hiking tours through Mosor for the physically fit and more demanding participants.
Distance from start to finish: There are a few different routes that vary from easy to advanced ones.
Altitude distance from start to finish: From 200 to 900 meters.
Staff: All of our professional guides are registered at Croatian mountain rescue service. Staff members speak Croatian and English.
Fitness Level: A minimum level of fitness is required.
Previous experience: Not necessary
Age: Minimum age is 8 years.