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Bulgaria, The “Rila Lakes” Chalet - the Starting…

02 Jul 2022 1
The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. This photo is taken from the Climb to the Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes".

Bulgaria, Violet Wild Flowers on the Upper Trail i…

Bulgaria, The “Rila Lakes” Chalet - the Starting…

02 Jul 2022 8 2 23
The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. This photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes". And Lower Trail is also visible.

Bulgaria, The Lower Lake in the Circus of "Rila La…

02 Jul 2022 8 5 27
This photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes". And Lower Trail is also visible. The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, The Fish Lake and Chalet "Seven Lakes" o…

02 Jul 2022 9 2 23
This photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes". The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, Rila Mountain Range

02 Jul 2022 8 1 27
Photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes".

Bulgaria, Rila Mountain Range with Two of Seven Ri…

02 Jul 2022 11 1 37
Photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes". The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, Rila Mountain Range with Two of Seven Ri…

02 Jul 2022 11 1 37
Photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes". The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, Rila Mountain Range with Tree of Seven R…

02 Jul 2022 9 2 36
Photo is taken from Upper Trail in the Circus of "Seven Rila Lakes". The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, Wooden Fence Marking the Upper Trail in…

Bulgaria, Rila Mountain Range, The Mount of Malak…

02 Jul 2022 18 2 46
Chochov Peak is an alternate name of the Mount of Malak Kabul

Bulgaria, Approaching the Kidney Lake (2282m asl)…

02 Jul 2022 13 4 37
The Upper Trail is better for use in summer. The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, The Mount of Malak Kabul (2509m asl) abo…

02 Jul 2022 15 3 41
Chochov Peak is an alternate name of the Mount of Malak Kabul

Bulgaria, The Kidney Lake in the Circus of "Seven…

02 Jul 2022 11 1 37
The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, The Mount of Malak Kabul (2509m asl) and…

02 Jul 2022 13 2 40
Chochov Peak is an alternate name of the Mount of Malak Kabul

Bulgaria, View from the South to the Kidney Lake (…

02 Jul 2022 9 2 37
The Mount of Malak Kabul (2509m asl) on the background Alternate name - Chochov Peak The Seven Rila Lakes are a group of lakes of glacial origin located in the northwestern Rila Mountains in Bulgaria. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level. Each of the seven lakes has its own name, associated with its most characteristic feature: The Tear Lake (2535m asl) most clear water; The Eye Lake (2440m asl) almost perfect oval shape; The Kidney Lake (2282m asl) has the steepest shores; The Twin Lake (2243m asl) is the largest in area; The Trefoil Lake (2216m asl) has an irregular shape; The Fish Lake (2184m asl) shallowest; The Lower Lake (2095m asl) lowest in height, which collects water flowing from other lakes and forms the Dzherman River.

Bulgaria, Tiny Waterfall and Remnants of Snow in t…

Bulgaria, The Lake Peak (2657 m) in the Rila Mount…

02 Jul 2022 13 3 36
Lake Peak (2657 m) is the best place to observe all the Seven Rila Lakes, which are a group of lakes of glacial origin. The lakes are located at an altitude of 2100 to 2500 meters above sea level.

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