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Wandelkaart Shar Planina

Central-southwestern

 

€ 7,95

 

Uitgever: Maiml

Schaal: 1:40.000

 

Wandelkaart Shar Planina

Central-southwestern

 

€ 7,95

 

Uitgever: Maiml

Schaal: 1:30.000

 

Wandelkaart / MTB-kaart Galicica

 

€ 8,95

ISBN / Code: 9786082041278

Uitgever: Trimaks

Schaal: 1:45.000

 

 

 

 

Wandelkaart / MTB-kaart Pelister

 

€ 8,95

ISBN / Code: 9786082041247

Uitgever: Trimaks

Schaal: 1:50000

Wandelkaart / MTB-Kaart Mavrovo

 

€ 8,95

ISBN / Code: 9786082041254

Uitgever: Trimaks

Schaal: 1:55.000

 

Wandelkaart / MTB-kaart Mavrovo

 

€ 8,95

 

Eenvoudige wandelkaart van een nationaal park zelf

Een goede aanvulling op de Trimaks kaart

 

 

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Wandelkaart / MTB-kaart Osogovo Gebergte

 

€ 8,95

ISBN / Code: 0420260240280

Uitgever: Trimaks

Schaal: 1:60000

Wandelkaart Jablanica

 

€ 7,95

 

Uitgever: Maiml

Schaal: 1:30.000

 

 

 

Wandelkaart Deshat & Krchin

 

€ 7,95

 

Uitgever: Maiml

Schaal: 1:25.000

 

 

 

Wandelkaart Bistra & Stogovo

 

€ 7,95

Uitverkocht tot 30Juni

 

Uitgever: Maiml

Schaal: 1:25.000

 

 

 

Wandelkaart Galicica & Baba

 

€ 7,95

Uitverkocht tot 30Juni

 

Uitgever: Maiml

Schaal: 1:25.000

 

 

 

 

Wandelkaart / MTB-kaart Shar Planina Gebergte

 

€ 1,50 (alleen in combinatie met een andere kaart)

ISBN / Code:

Uitgever: Macedonische bergclub

Schaal: 1:50.000

 

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1 Kaart € 1,95 (50 - 100 gr )

2 Kaarten € 2,45 (100 - 250 gr)

3+ kaarten € 2,95 (tot 2kg)

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Eenvoudige wandelkaart van een nationaal park in Macedonie. De kaart is niet van het topografische nivo zoals wij kennen, maar toch geeft het wel de mogelijkheid om dit onbekende gebied te ontdekken. Enkele wandel- en fietsroutes worden weergegeven en met symbolen worden toeristische voorzieningen aangeduid als campings, zwemmogelijkheden, kayak-opties en mooie uitzichtspunten. Achterop de kaart staat de toeristische waarde van het gebied summier beschreven. Taal is o.a. engels.

 

Voor de natuurliefhebber is een bezoek aan het Galičica National Park haast onvermijdelijk want de stad Ohrid is er vrijwel tegenaan ‘geplakt’.

 

Het karstgebergte Galičica (± 227 km2) is een van de drie nationale parken van Macedonië.

De ligging is werkelijk spectaculair: westelijk het vriendelijke Meer van Ohrid, oostelijk het ruigere Grote Prespameer, noordelijk het historische Ohrid en in het zuiden het nog steeds mysterieuze Albanië.

De verschillende ecosystemen in Galičica zijn verantwoordelijk voor de aanwezigheid van meer dan duizend plantensoorten, waaronder talrijke endemen.

Deze uitbundige flora zorgt op zijn beurt weer voor een rijk insectenleven met maar liefst 166 dagvlindersoorten.

Verder leven er ook talloze andere dieren waarvan het nationale symbool de Balkanlynx de bijzonderste is.

Een uitgebreid bewegwijzerd netwerk van wandel-en mountainbikepaden maakt het de natuurgenieter en sportieveling aantrekkelijk om het gebied te doorkruisen.

 

Galicica National Park represents a "hotspot" of biological diversity in Europe and beyond. Its rich biological diversity is of national, European and global value.The number of species of global, European and national importance is indeed considerable. In the Park there are 4 species of invertebrates and 13 of vertebrate animals, which are considered to be globally threatened. The international significance of the biological diversity in this park has been confirmed by numerous nominations, such as : " Emerald site", "Important Plant Area", "Primary Butterfly Area", "UNESCO World Heritage site", etc.

 

Other natural values of this Park are Stara Galicica, with its two remarkable cirques, and the Golem Grad Island and its charecteridtic geomorphology.

 

The Park also includes a vast cultural heritage, including several cultural monuments such as the Saint Naum Monastery and the churches Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Sain Stephen-Pancir, The Church of the Holy Mother of God at Zaum, that is the cave church Saint Virgin Mary at Pestani, as well as the cultural heritage on the Island of Golem Grad.

 

 

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Eenvoudige wandelkaart van een nationaal park in Macedonie. De kaart is niet van het topografische nivo zoals wij kennen, maar toch geeft het wel de mogelijkheid om dit onbekende gebied te ontdekken. Enkele wandel- en fietsroutes worden weergegeven en met symbolen worden toeristische voorzieningen aangeduid als campings, zwemmogelijkheden, kayak-opties en mooie uitzichtspunten. Achterop de kaart staat de toeristische waarde van het gebied summier beschreven. Taal is o.a. engels.

 

Mountain Baba and its highest peak Relister are located in the southern Macedonia. It is a mountain range highly raised between the Pelagonija Valley to the east and Lake Prespa to the west.

 

The National Park Pellister ( declared in 1948) is located in southern Macedonia and takes up an area of 12.500 hectares.

 

Particulary important is the presence of the five-needle pine tree Pinus peuce ( molika), which can be found growing only on a few mountains in the Balkan Peninsula.

 

The two glacial lakes-the Big an the Small Lake, also known as " Pelister's Eyes", are special hydrographic features. The Big Lake lies at an altitude of 2.218 metres above sea level. It is one of the highest glacial lakes in Macedonia.

 

 

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Eenvoudige wandelkaart van een nationaal park in Macedonie. De kaart is niet van het topografische nivo zoals wij kennen, maar toch geeft het wel de mogelijkheid om dit onbekende gebied te ontdekken. Enkele wandel- en fietsroutes worden weergegeven en met symbolen worden toeristische voorzieningen aangeduid als campings, zwemmogelijkheden, kayak-opties en mooie uitzichtspunten. Achterop de kaart staat de toeristische waarde van het gebied summier beschreven. Taal is o.a. engels.

 

04.19.1949 The Park is proclamed in a protected zone on 11.750 ha.

 

07.03.1952 Expansion of the borders of the Park: the territory of the Park increased were that 6 times (73.088 ha).

 

Within the borders of the Park there are 36 settlements and 4 local areas: Mavrovo Plain, Gorna Reka, River Mala and Dolna Reka. The Park is located on the territory of the Mavrovo and Rostusa Municipality, and it is the biggest national park in Macedonia.

 

The river Radika flows through the middle of the National park. It is the cleanest and the most beautifull river in the Republic of Macedonia. The valley of the Radika is characterized by beautiful landscapes and suitable locations for sport fising. The National Park is rich with glacial lakes, 14 of which are permanent. The lake at the lowest altitude is Lokuv on Desat situadetat an altitude of 1.565 m, while the highest lake can be found below the peak Golem Korab at an altitude of 2.470 m.

 

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Eenvoudige wandelkaart van een nationaal park in Macedonie. De kaart is niet van het topografische nivo zoals wij kennen, maar toch geeft het wel de mogelijkheid om dit onbekende gebied te ontdekken. Enkele wandel- en fietsroutes worden weergegeven en met symbolen worden toeristische voorzieningen aangeduid als campings, zwemmogelijkheden, kayak-opties en mooie uitzichtspunten. Achterop de kaart staat de toeristische waarde van het gebied summier beschreven. Taal is o.a. engels.

 

Osogovo Mauntains are a high and massif mountain rage the dominates the eastern part in Macedonia.

 

The Osogovo Mauntains range stretches in two countries, covering an area of 1.535 km2,1.102 km2, belong to Macedonia, while 443 km2 belong to Bulgaria. Taking in account the area, it is a second mauntain in Macedonia, after the mauntain range Jakupica. The highest peak is Ruen ( 2.252m), beside which there are 5 peaks above 2.000m.

 

Osogovo Mauntains tectonically belong to the Serbian-Macedonian range, which represents an old land mass on the Balkan Peninsula. The tectonical movements made this terrain to be raside, crushed and riddled with faults and as a result formed into horst.

 

The relief of Osogovo Mauntains is represented bu high, flattened and long crests, that were broken down with deep river vaiieys, volcanic cones and craters.Beside the crests important part of the relief are the river valleys with gorges.The most famous are the river vallues of Toranica, Kamenicka, Orizarska, Zletovo etc.

 

Only 20 km north of Kocani, in the heart of the Osogovo Mauntains lies the summer and winter resort Ponikva (1.580km), covered with thick beech forest and green pastures. Due to its climate this resort is visited by tourists through the year.Various tourist and sport and recreation. There is a day-care centre with 220 beads, ski-tracks, two ski-lifts, motels, restaurants and many summer houses.

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A high mountain in the southwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia. It is situated between the Ohrid-Struga Valley and the Debar Valley, to the west of the River Black Drin (Valley and the shore-line of Lake Ohrid. The eastern side of the mountain belongs to the Republic of Macedonia, while the western side belongs to the Republic of Albania. It stretches in a meridian direction with a length of 35 km, and its greatest width in our country is 7.5 km. The part of the mountain on Macedonian territory covers an area of 255 km2. Jablanica is a fold mountain formed by the Oligo-Miocene tectonic movements. Its geological structure is represented by Paleozoic shale on the mountain slopes, covered by Triassic limestone. The topography of Jablanica is dominated by high mountain peaks, wide expanses, deep river gorges, and by karts and glacial landforms. Its highest peak is

Crn Kamen (2.257 m.), and it has several other peaks higher than 2.000 m, such as: Strizak (2.233 m), Krstec (2.186 m), and Cumin Vrv (2.125 m). The fossil glacial features are represented by five cirques that enclose the four glacial lakes: Vevcani, Podgorje, Upper and Lower Labuniste. The mountain abounds in water, and the most famous springs are the ones in Vevcani, which are a tourism attraction in their own right. In terms of mineral resources, there is a coalmine near the village of Piskupstina.

 

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A high mountain in western Macedonia which presents a continuation of the Deshat Mountain to the north. It its 13 km long and stretches along the meridian from Suva Bara (2.080 m) to the north, to the bottom of the Debar Valley to the south. The mountain crest is clearly pronounced, with several peaks higher than 2.000 m rising above it.

The highest peaks are Golem Krchin (2.341 m), Rudoka (2.238 m) and Crvena Ploca (2.107 m). In geotectonic terms, the mountain is made of flysch deposits. Within the area of the Kosovrasti spa, the limestone is replaced by gypsum, anhydrite, and sulphurous deposits, while white and grey limestone with a thickness of between 300-400 m feature in the vicinity of the Banjiste spa.

A gypsum processing plant was built in the region due to the great deposits of gypsum (the largest deposits on the Balkan Peninsula).

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Bistra mountain

 

A mountain range in the central part of western Macedonia. Thanks to its abundant plant and animal life, as well as the pleasant and salubrious mountainous climate, Bistra is a very attractive mountain and offers favourable conditions for the development of summer and winter tourism. It rises in the Kicevo valley to the east, the deep valleys of Rivers Mavrovo and Radika to the west, which separates it from the mountains of Korab and Deshat, the Mavrovo valley to the north, and the Rivers Mala, Garska, and Jamska and the tectonic saddle Jama (1.100 m) to the south.

 

Stogovo mountain

 

The Stogovo Mountain is situated between the valley of the River Black Drin to the west and the River Sateska to the east. To the north and to the east Stogovo connects to Bistra Mountain, and to the south, via the peak Babin Srt (2.240 m.) it connects with the Karaorman mountain.

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Galicica mountain

 

A mountain situated in the outermost southwest part of the Republic of Macedonia, which, in the form of a typical horst, rises in between the Ohrid Valley to the west and the Prespa Valley to the east. To the north it is continued by the mountains of Petrino and Istok, and by the Bukovo col (1.207 m) it is morphologically separated from the Plaken Mountain. It stretches 50 km along the meridian, and its smallest width is between the village of Trpejca and the village of Leskoec (10 km). Only the southernmost

parts of Galichica rise above 2.000 m. Its part south of Zli Dol is called Old Galichica. It is the highest part of the national park with the most remarkable relief. Its sides cut steeply toward the lakes and are furrowed with dry ravines, which give the mountain an inaccessible look. It lowest points are at the level of Lake Ohrid (695 m.) and the level of Lake Prespa (850 m), with its highest peak being Magaro (2.255 m), and there is another peak at an altitude of 2.275 m situated on the very border with Albania.

 

Baba mountain

 

A mountain massif located in the southwest of the Republic of Macedonia, with Pelister as its highest peak (2.601 m). By virtue of the multi-staged tectonic activities, the mountain rises in a typical horst between the Pelagonia Valley to the east and the Prespa Valley to the west. To the north, via the mountain pass Gjavato (1.167 m) and Capari field, it is morphologically separated from the Bigla Mountain (1.656 m), while to the south it continues in Greece, all the way up to the mountain pass Vigla (1.505 m), along the Florina – Kastoria road. It stretches along the meridian to a total length of 35 km. The border between Macedonia and Greece passes through its southern parts. Within the territory of our country it covers an area of 436 km2. The dominant geomorphologic form of the high mountain area is the main ridge of the mountain, which also serves as a water divide between the Adriatic and the Aegean basins. Apart from Pelister, there are several other mountain peaks rising above 2.000 m from the ridge. Those are the following: Stiv (2.468 m), Visoka Cuka (2.182 m), Vrteska (2.010 m), Ilinden (2.542 m), Golemo Stapalo and (2.415 m).

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Shar Mountain is situated in the northwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia. The massif extends from the northeast to the southwest

for 80 km with a total surface area of around 1.600 km2, making it one of the largest massifs in the Balkans.

 

Shar Mountain can be divided into three segments (though heterogeneous), according to its geological composition and its common geographical characteristics:

 

Northeastern segment;

Northwestern or central segment;

Southern segment.

 

The approximate height of the mountain range is 2.200 m with Titov Vrv being the highest peak (2.747 m). It begins with the River Lepenec and with the peak of Ljuboten, 2.499 m. It ends with Morava summit, 2.147 m, and Lake Mavrovo. Shara Mountain massif belongs to a group of young mountain chains and is characterized by a mountainous climate with cold winters and pleasant summers.

At an elevation of 1.300 m the snow averages a depth of 1m and usually lasts for four months. The Eyes of Shar Mountain, as its glacial lakes are popularly known, are its special characteristic. There are 25 lakes that are constant, over 150 occasional lakes and as many smaller ponds. The water potential of this massif is huge and it has 200 springs of pure water. Among others, the mineral richness is represented by manganese, iron, chrome, molybdenum, and copper.

 

he massif is very rich with flora and fauna. It has an abundance of highmountain pasture of about 45.000 hectares and high-trunk conifer woods. Fir and juniper trees are most common, and in the lower parts beech and chestnut forests are plentiful. Shar Mountain is a large massif that features a variety of habitats, home to around 2.000 different plant species. The total number of vascular plants in Macedonia is around 3.700 species; therefore Shar holds two-thirds of the national plant diversity.

 

Additionally, with nearly 200 endemic and sub endemic plant taxa, this mountain is an important Balkan and European centre for floral endemism.

 

The flora of Shar Mountain is very diverse and interesting. Here, you can see species from arctic and sub-Mediterranean regions.

The arctic species are unique, in that they originated from a former geological epoch – and are known as glacial relicts.

Shar Mountain is a perfect home for some of these glacial relicts that adapted to survive in harsh weather conditions such as cold winds and snow throughout most of the year. The fauna of Shar Mountain has over 44 species of wild animals, which are present on this mountain including the critically endangered Balkan lynx, bear, wolf and the Balkan chamois. Eagles, falcons, and hawks are also common on Shar Mountain. Although not as numerous as in the 1950s, the mountain pastures are still grazed by domestic breed of sheep. They are guarded by the widely known Sharplaninec, a shepherd dog which is a symbol of this mountain and is named after it.

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Shar Mountain is situated in the northwestern part of the Republic of Macedonia. The massif extends from the northeast to the southwest

for 80 km with a total surface area of around 1.600 km2, making it one of the largest massifs in the Balkans.

 

Shar Mountain can be divided into three segments (though heterogeneous), according to its geological composition and its common geographical characteristics:

 

Northeastern segment;

Northwestern or central segment;

Southern segment.

 

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