Hiking is without a doubt one of the most popular outdoor activities in Durmitor National Park. The diverse terrain offers a wide range of hiking routes suited to various skill levels and due to the small size and high starting altitude at Zabljak you can reach many of the peaks in a single day.
Belonging to the Dinaric Alps, Durmitor is a majestic limestone massif located in northern Montenegro. It is one of the country’s two UNESCO-protected national parks, constituting alpine glaciers, gushing rivers and a breathtaking mountain terrain. Bordered by the Tara River Canyon, which is the deepest canyon in Europe, the Durmitor National Park is made up of 40+ peaks over 2,000m above sea level, rising high above plateaus, alpine meadows and deep coniferous forests.
The highest peak, Bobotov Kuk, sits proudly at 2,523m above sea level, whilst glacial lakes known locally as the ’mountain eyes’ of Durmitor, overlook the spectacular landscape. Among the most famous are the Black, Skrcko, Zminje and Jablan lakes.
Route: Sarban (1,722m) – Skrcko Zdrijelo (2,114m) – Prutas (2,393m)
Meeting point: Zabljak center
Meeting time: flexible, AM
Duration time: 5-6 hours
Group size: minimum: 1 person
maximum: 15 people