The Montenegrin mountains burst forth with fun and excitement when the snow hits the slopes. Want to go night skiing with only flashlights to light your path, or perhaps snowshoeing on a fine winter day? Looking to roll around in the snow with your whole family? Take a look at what Montenegro has to offer.
Durmitor, Biogradska gora (mountain Bjelasica)
Tara (UNESCO list)
Length of mountain trails:
About 3,000 km (hiking)
Arranged and marked hiking trails about 1,480 km + trekking trails in the national parks of Montenegro about 800 km
Prominent hiking mountains:
Durmitor, Bjelasica, Komovi, Sinjajevina, Prokletije and Visitor, Pivska planina, Maglić, Lovćen
Hidden lakes, katuns and forests, diverse flora and fauna, mountain rivers
Highest peaks: Zla Kolata 2,536 m above sea level, Bobotov Kuk 2,523 m above sea level
Hiking routes in Montenegro become more difficult to navigate during the winter, so bring appropriate equipment, warm clothing, and listen to the guide's advice.