ACTIVITIES                                               ZONES

1 2 3A 3B 4A 4B
Biking No/C Yes/C Yes Yes No/C No/C
Horse riding Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Picnicking Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Camping No No No Yes No No
Open fire No/C No/C No/C No/C No No
Collection of firewood No Yes/C Yes Yes No No
Fishing No No No No No No
Hunting No No No No No No
Skiing Yes/C Yes/C Yes Yes No No
Rock climbing Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Walking (on trails) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Walking (outside trails) No Yes Yes Yes No No
Motor vehicles No/C Yes/C Yes Yes No/C No/C
Collection of mushrooms,

fruits and medicinal plants

Yes/C Yes/C Yes/C Yes/C No No
Sheep grazing Yes/C Yes/C Yes/C Yes/C Yes/C Yes/C
Traditional agriculture No No No/C No No No

Yes – allowed without prior notice/permission

Yes/C – allowed with a prior permission and in accordance with the recommendations of this Plan.

No – not allowed

No/C – not allowed except in exceptional cases (prescribed by the Regulation on the Internal Order in Pelister National Park) and under the supervision of the Park Authority

For all zones the following is forbidden any collection of the following species:

Boletus regius, Chroogomphus helveticus, Suillus sibiricus ssp. helvetica, Parmelia exasperatula, Parmelina sorediata, Ramalina carpatica, Andreaea rupestris, Buxbaumia viridis, Crocus pelistericus, Alchemila peristerica, Dianthus myrtinervius, Sempervivum octopodes, Dianthus stenopetalus, Knautia magnifica, Sempervivum marmoreum,Viola parvula, Gentiana punctata and Gentiana lutea.

Zone of strict protection Zone of active management Size and location 3.045 ha 5.080 ha
(1) (2)
Attributes Area with authentic, unchanged natural features or slightly changed as a result of traditional management practices.

Protection of basically authentic natural conditions of the area.

Area with conserved and degraded natural features which are of conservation importance.

Restore, revitalize and rehabilitate the habitats and other elements of the landscape.

Management priorities Allow only slight interference with natural processes.

Provide for visits and recreation without a supportive infrastructure.

Provide for recreation activities that have negligible impact and which are supported by a modest infrastructure.