Konyavo Mountain is the name of a mountain in western Bulgaria, located about 80 km south of Sofia, in her cross the road from Sofia to Kyustendil and Gyueshevo checkpoint.
To the west the mountain borders the Valley of Struma River, to the east it is connected to Verila Mountain by Ushi Saddle, to the north and south it borders Radomir and Kyustendil Hollows. Konyavo Mountain has four parts – Rishki, Videnski, Koloshki and Korilovski. The highest mount is called Viden (1487 m). TV tower on Mount Video is launched on September 4, 1969.
An interesting place is the swamp Choklyovo, which is near the village Dragomirovo at 880 m altitude and is the biggest peat swamp in Bulgaria covering an area of 1,5 m2.
In Konyavo Mountain has found remains of ancient and medieval fortresses, churches, gardens and tombs.
Konyavo Mountain is a favorite place for lovers of extreme sports - gliding and paragliding, because warm air currents. The most convenient months for flying are June, July, August, September and October. The wind is oriented northwest-south. The height is 750 m, 1478 m above sea level.