Velebit, a symbol of Croatian mountains is a veritable treasury for naturalists, mountaineers and everyone who wish and are keen to enjoy authentic natural beauty. A strict nature reserve - high boulders and deep precipices - the Rozanski and Hajducki Kukovi is separated by the Lubenska Vrata pass (1474 m).
Velebit is usually divided into four regions:
· the northern part between the mountain passes Vratnik and Veliki Alan, with the highest peak Mali Rajinac (1699 m)
· the middle part between Veliki Alan and Baške Oštarije with the highest peak Šatorina (1624 m)
· the southern part between Oštarije and Mali Alan (peaks Vaganski vrh - 1757, Sveto brdo - 1753,)
· the southeastern part with Crnopac as the most remarkable peak
The Rozanska group is somewhat larger and more accessible than the difficult karst terrain of Hajducki Kukovi (a tourist path passes through the wilderness, and also a mountain cabin in the central part). It is wild and inaccessible with plenty of areas that have remained out of human reach, thus giving it an aura of the unexplored and unknown.
A speleological object of imposing dimensions - Lukina Jama, has been discovered there in 1993. It is 1,392 metres deep - the deepest pit in southeast Europe and the eighth deepest one in the world.