Hiking on Boranja - It is extremely rich in forests, various plant communities, springs, minerals (especially granite stone) and lead, zinc and antimony ores. If you decide for one of the hiking tours on the mountain Boranja, on the east side, there is a beech reserve that covers more than 15 hectares, of which over half of the territory is under state protection under the name "Danilova kosa" and has received the status of protected natural asset of exceptional importance. The greatest importance in it is the habitat of the indigenous species of mountain beech. A walk along this mountain will take you back in time because the village of Planina is located south of Crni vrh in the source area of the Goranska river. Here you can still see the old charcoal kilns (furnaces-workshops for the production of charcoal).
Mountaineers are given the opportunity to get to know the beautiful landscapes of Azbukovica on marked hiking trails. Not far away is the mountain Bobija, whose highest peak is Tornička Bobija (1272m). Due to the beautiful terrain, the richness of flora and fauna, numerous sources of cold and drinking water, we recommend it to mountaineers, hunters and anyone who wants to escape from urban life. The mountain is incredibly beautiful and appropriately arranged, without disturbing the natural balance. The mountain is rich in very strong and cold sources of drinking water at high altitudes, which makes it exceptional. There are over 100 such springs on Bobija, and Dobra voda is famous for its fame. Due to the diversity of relief, flora and fauna, the terrains are perfect for hikers, hunters and hikers. Near the mountain are the canyons of the rivers Tribuće, Trešnjice, Sušice and Ljubovidje. Another mountain in the immediate vicinity is the mountain Boranja. The highest point of Boranje is Crni vrh at an altitude of 856m. This mountain is extremely rich in forests, forest fruits, game and various plant communities.