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Midzor, Bulgaria/Serbia


Prominence: 1479 m, 4852 ft

Elevation: 2169 meters, 7116 feet


Approx. Isolation: 104.33 km, 64.83 mi
Alternate Name(s)Midzhur; Миджор
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)43° 23' 41'' N; 22° 40' 55'' E
43.3946953, 22.68191814 (Dec Deg)
636211E 4806020N Zone 34 (UTM)
CountryBulgaria
Serbia (Highest Point)
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     Midžor at SummitPost.org

Lists that contain Midzor:
     World Country High Points (Rank #119)
     Europe Country High Points (Rank #25)
     Core Europe Country High Points (Rank #22)
     Europe High Points - Comprehensive List (Rank #28)
     Europe High Points with Iberian Substitution (Rank #21)
     Europe Country Most Prominent Peaks (Rank #25)

Selected Guidebook(s) for this Peak:
       Europe's High Points (McKeating, Crolla)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     2009-08-05 by Matthias Fieles
     2011-09-30 by Nick Down
     2012-09-12 by Lyngve Skrede
     2013-07-06 by Andrew Rankine (GPS Track)

View ascents of peak by registered Peakbagger.com members (22 total)

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The gently sloping summit of Midžor in clouds from the ski area of Babin Zub (2013-07-06). Photo by Andrew Rankine.
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Prominence  Clean Prominence: 1479 m/4852 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 1479 m/4852 ft
  Key Col: 690 m/2264 ft
Isolation104.33 km/64.83 mi
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Cherni Vrah  (SSE)
Not verified: May be a major NHN that is not in the database.
RangesContinent: Europe
Range2: Balkan Peninsula
Range3: Balkan Mountains
Drainage BasinsDanube
Black Sea
Sea of Marmara
Mediterranean Sea
Atlantic Ocean
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Other Photos

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Last top to ascent bagged at our Balkan tour. Watching the sun go down and moon up at the peak (2013-07-22). Photo by Louise Ekroth.
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