Seven-years old Dzan Kazic was part of a group of hikers who climbed Maglic Mountain during the weekend, at2,386 meters above sea level, which is the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the border with Montenegro.
“This is a 15.6 kilometer long jouney. We started around 11:00 o’clock, and we climbed the section for about three and a half hours,” Adnan Kazic, the boy’s father told Patria News Agency.
“He is full of energy, he has completed the first grade of Skender Kulenovic Elementary School, trains football in Dobrinja football club, loves walking, swimming and skiing … and manages all together,” says Dzan’s father.
Dzan will be preparing for the next 12 months for Triglav, which is, with 2.863 meters, the highest top of former Yugoslavia.