After the last year ride http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=507024 Dad and I felt that there are so many more cool roads to explore in the area so we decided to return this year. This time the goal was to ride as much gravel as possible. Route: First day started with quite a boring ride from Karlovac (Croatia) to Bihac (Bosnia and Herzegovina). We hit first short gravel section just to test how well is our stuff strapped on the bikes. Soon after we turned towards Drvar nad Sator Mountain. Gravel road strats just after Drvar and in village called Rore we turn towards Sator. I did the same route some time ago with my friends but still we managed to miss one turn. After Sator we continued on the main roads towards Livno and Citluk where we stopped for the night. On the second day we start towards Nevesinje and soon after we were on gravel again. Road heads across Morine pass. Landscape is beautiful, we expected that we will be riding trough woods, but we were pleasantly surprised. We met few locals and had chat with them. We filled our tanks in Kalinovik and went to the gravel again. Guy at the petrol station told us that road across Zelengora is in quite bad shape. Zelengora is part of Sutjeska National Park and area is also known as the scene of one of the grimmest battles between Partisans and Axis forces during WW II. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_the_Sutjeska There were few difficult places, but nothing serious, dad dropped his bike on one steep section and I got stuck on the same section. After Orlovacko Lake was another steep section with large rocks but nothing really hard. Way down was quite easy. Finally we reached hotel at Tjentiste, had a beer and really bad dinner and went to sleep.