via dinarica logo white text

smm5.png smm5.png  smm5.png smm5.png 
The world of online casinos in Austria is more accessible and exciting than ever, thanks to the 10 Euro No-Deposit Bonuses featured on This special site is dedicated to offering players a unique opportunity to enter the world of online gaming with a substantial bonus that requires no deposit. These 10 Euro bonuses serve as a perfect introduction to the variety and excitement of online casino games. has curated a selection of the best Austrian online casinos that offer this generous no-deposit bonus. These bonuses are not only a way to play for free, but also a real chance to experience the casino atmosphere and try out different games. The website provides comprehensive reviews of each casino and bonus, ensuring that players have all the information they need to make the most of their experience. From slots and card games to live dealer options, these 10 euro no deposit bonuses are an excellent way for players to test the waters and potentially win big. keeps the list up to date with the latest offers, making it a reliable resource for players looking for a great no deposit gaming experience.
MAP EVA .jpg

To this day the Balkans and especially Bosnia Herzegovina is unknown territory for many outdoor people. It remains a blind spot within Europe and the outdoor community. It is still associated with war and poverty instead of the beautiful, wild and untamed nature and mountains. I cannot deny the scars of the past are still well visible in some areas. You will surely see houses in ruins, abandoned villages and warning signs for landmines, but the Balkans nowadays are anything but a bleak and unsafe place to be. I have always experienced exactly the opposite.

This summer I am going to the Balkans to hike a new and promising long distance route: The Via Dinarica White Trail. This unfinished route crosses the worlds largest karst mountain range, unknown to many people, Dinaric Alps.

The trail currently is 1260 kilometres long and crosses the highest peaks of the five Balkan countries. After a short overlap with the Via Alpina near the Predjama castle, the trail continues through Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Albania. The trail is a connecting passage through nature that knows no borders. Connecting Naturally. Country, nature, culture and tradition connected with and through each other. The Via Dinarica will be a platform for sustainable tourism and will stimulate the local economic growth.

To me the Via Dinarica is more than just a trail, a connection or a platform. Via Dinarica has inspired me to act on my passion for the Balkans and the mountains. Not just undertaking this hike from east to west, I want to bring attention to the Balkans and the Via Dinarica. To inspire other hikers, nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, adventurers and pioneers and put the Balkans with the Via Dinarica on the map in all of Europe.

Because the route is yet unfinished, my adventurous plan has become more of a project. At first I started searching the internet for information on the Dinaric Alps, the Via Dinarica project and experiences form other hikers. Next I tried to make an overview of all the stages and went looking for maps. This turned out to be a little more complicated than expected.

There seems to be no clarity on the stages. Every hiker seems to hike his or her own Via Dinarica route. No one has hiked the entire trail yet and/or documented it. On the Via Dinarica website the blogs contain little concrete or detailed information on the trail. Their Outdooractive logged hikes seem to be circular walks or day trips to summits that could be party merged. And while looking for hiking maps of Bosnia Herzegovina you only find military maps with a 1:50000 scale, dating from 1996.

My journey of a lifetime seemed to turn into a mission impossible.

The most obvious solution would be to hike “a” Via Dinarica instead of the one and only. I could than share my information on preparation and route to lure impatient hikers to the Balkans. To me the experience, the journey, is more important than the achievement itself.

The less obvious route would be to fly to Sarajevo where the Via Dinarica team is working on their ever growing project. If I really want to contribute it might be worth while to discover everything that’s happening behind the scenes. That’s why I accepted their invitation and I am getting on a plane tomorrow!

Visit my page for more stories, photos, news :)

                            Translated by Liesbeth 

Via Dinarica BiH Terra Dinarica | Vladimira Nazora 2, 71000 Sarajevo, BiH
Phone: +387 62 393 393 e-mail:

Via Dinarica Croatia Hrvatski planinarski savez Kozarčeva 22, 10000 Zagreb, Cro
Phone: 01/48-23-624

Via Dinarica Slovenia RRA Zeleni kras, d.o.o., Prečna ulica 1, 6257 Pivka, Slo
Phone: +386(0)5 72 12 243, Fax: +386(0)5 72 12 245,

smm5.png smm5.png smm5.png
smm5.png smm5.png smm5.png