The largest Dalmatian mountains are Dinara, Mosor, Svilaja, Biokovo, Moseć, Veliki Kozjak and Mali Kozjak.
Dinara is a mountain located on the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. It has two major peaks: Troglav (“Threehead”, 1913 m) and the eponymous Dinara (1831 m). The peak called Dinara is the highest peak of Croatia, is shaped like a human head made of stone, and also has a prominence of 728 m.
Mosor is a mountain range in Croatia located near the city of Split on the Adriatic coast. It belongs to Dinaric Alps, and it stretches from the pass of Klis in the northwest to the Cetina River in the southeast. The highest peak is the eponymous Mosor peak at 1,339 m. There are no inhabited areas on the mountain above 600 metres. There are organised day trips hiking from Split at given2flyadventures.com.
Biokovo is the second-highest mountain range in Croatia, located along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, between the rivers of Cetina and Neretva. The 196 km2 of its area is protected as a nature park with over 1,500 plant and animal species, some of which are endemic. Its highest peak is Sveti Jure (Saint George), at 1762 m.
Svilaja is a mountain range in Croatia, located in inland of Dalmatian Zagora. It belongs to Dinaric Alps, and it stretches from the town of Sinj northwest to the Petrovo field, approximate 30 km in length. The highest peak is Svilaja or Bat at 1508 m. Some of other northwest peaks are Jančak (1483 m), Kita (1413 m), Turjača (1340 m) and Lisina (1301 m) over the town of Vrlika.
Moseć is a mountain in Zagora. It is part of the Dinarides and stretches in length of 35 kilometers, in the northwest-southeast direction, from Drniš to Muć. Moseć highest peak is Movran, 843 meters high. Other higher peaks are: Krpušnjak (795 m), Runjevac (749 m), Ozrnac (704 m), Crni vrh (702 m), Umci (618 m) and Ošljar (584 m).
Veliki Kozjak or just Kozjak is a mountain cliff in Croatia, located in inland of Dalmatian Zagora. It belongs to Dinaric Alps, and it stretches over small village Kijevo between towns of Vrlika and Knin. The highest peak of this cliff is Bat (1207 m), and its southeast peak is Kunica (1101 m) over small village Maovice.
Kozjak, also known as Mali Kozjak or Primorski Kozjak (to differentiate it from Veliki Kozjak) is a mountain located above the town of Kaštela in Dalmatia, Croatia. It belongs to Dinaric Alps, and it stretches from the pass of Klis in the southeast, to the above Split Airport in the northwest. The highest peak is Veli vrj (779 m) above Kaštel Gomilica. Its southern slope is very steep, and northern rock slopes gradually turns to the corrugate plateau of Dalmatian Zagora.