On Sunday husband and I hiked for the second time this year in the Lulin mountain, climbing its summit peak Dupevitza. I didn't bring my camera and my phone was running on low battery, so I got just a couple of photos of us on the peak, but earlier this year, in May, when we climbed Dupevitza again, I took plenty of pictures, which I never posted. So, today's post is a compensation for my omission in May.
Although we've climbed Dupevitza many times, this trail always surprises me with its beauty and abundance of flowers every time of the year. In mid spring it felt very fresh and lusciously green. The higher peaks of Vitosha in the distance were still covered in snow.
In July the temperatures were much higher and the foliage was darker, but there were blooming flowers again everywhere.
St Cyril and Methodius Monastery at the end of the trail