In the mountain

September 23rd, 2009

There was some holidays in Bulgaria last week. I used them in one of the best ways – went to a hut in the mountains.

Three days of hard hiking on 80 degree slope with heavy rucksack trying to keep up with the more experienced mountaineers. The blood moves furiously, the heart is jumping out of my chest, the lungs are crying… I got my physical shape back on the third day and almost got the computers out of my system.

What more can want someone who is more than 12 hours in front of a computer, not using neither their heart, nor lungs or muscles as they should; sitting in a 90 degree body position, not blinking, not breathing …

Yes – hiking is not only great physical salvation, but mental clarification too. You get to understand how small and weak you are. How small are the everyday problems. You start to appreciate every sip of breath, every beat of the heart. Never the less one understands the greatness of the nature and starts to respect it in a real way.

The people you can meet in the mountains mostly have something in common – respect for the surrounding nature, respect for the other people, desire to help.

I believe that if more people go to the mountains, but with all the hard hiking with heavy rucksacks, many will see the world in a new, better way.


3 Responses to “In the mountain”

  1. uihi on September 23, 2009 22:58

    wow, the nature is sooo beautiful! are you sure this is in Bulgaria? :) i should go there …
    i don’t know why, but when i saw the pictures, i thought these are Himalayas :)
    Very good experience. Congrats.

  2. admin on September 23, 2009 23:01

    Of course this is Bulgaria ;) We have very very beautiful mountains. And yes, Pirin is different than the rest. Every mountain has its face and its soul.

  3. Emily on June 1, 2010 9:04

    Of course this is Bulgaria ;) We have very very beautiful mountains. And yes, Pirin is different than the rest. Every mountain has its face and its soul.

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