Momina Skala (Maid’s Rock) – Boyana Waterfall

Route: Vitosha Mountain

Advanced booking required

Departure: every day, depending on the weather conditions

Starting point: in your hotel in Sofia – our mountain guide will wait for you at the reception with „TOUR 4 FUN” sign.

Guide in English

Duration: 4 hours - with transfer - moderate walking with rest.

The Boyanski waterfall is situated at Boyanska river in the Vitosha mountain, about 5 kilometers of the Sofia quarter Boyana. Its waters fall from a cliff, 15 meters high. This makes it the largest waterfall on the territory of Vitosha. Its waters are highest during the snow melting in the spring season. The waterfall can be reached by two routes – from Kopitoto or from Boyana quarter. In winter, when its waters freeze, the Boyanski waterfall is an attractive point for the adventurers, who practice ice climbing. However, special skills are required, as well as a guide and special equipment.

The route starts from Momina Skala hut and the huge meadow in front of it. From here to the waterfall, the trail enters the forest, in some places narrow, in others steep and slippery. Following this mountain trail you  will reach Boeritsa Chalet, Planinarska pesen (Mountain Song) chalet and Borova gora (Pine Forest) chalet. This route crosses the upper part of the Stone river’s bed  and the Golden Bridges area and opens a magnificent view to the villages in the foot of Vitosha mountain. At Boeritsa hut you can stop  for a longer break and have a  meal.

This is just one of the many tourist routes, starting, ending or passing through the Golden Bridges Area in  Vitosha mountain. This route is comparable in difficulty with a walk in the park, but incomparable with itin terms of experience and movement.

Price per person: EUR

Price for 1 tourist - 131 euro
Price for 2 tourists - 66 euro
Price for 3 tourists - 45 euro

The price includes:

  • Mountain guide
  • Transfer from the hotel in Sofia to Momina Skala and back.

*Tourists must have walking  shoes and a jacket.

If you want to learn more about Protected territories in Sofia district click here.

Vitosha Mountain

Vitosha Mountain

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