Only do this if you are comfortable scrambling with several thousand feet beneath your feet! If you do you will be well rewarded.
The Durmitor mountain range looked quite impressive as we approached from the south. The weather was sunny and we looked forward to some pleasant walks through the National Park. Our first setback was at the Park's Information Centre. The young lady in charge got all agitated because there was an exhibition that we had to pass on the way to... More
A fantastic day's walk, albeit a long one (allow at least 11-12 hours round trip from Zablijak for those of at least moderate fitness). In the summer, I'd recommend starting off 9am at the latest. Maps are available from a few places in Zablijak, though the route is well signposted for most of the way. Take plenty and plenty of... More
Durmitor National Park is somewhat rustic (although improving), and doesn't have the information available that lots of National Parks have for tourists. This is rural Montenego (there are still signs in Russia around the town). Although the trails can be well marked, there are signs pointing to many different trails, camps, or other spots. Some of the signs are in... More
I almost reached the top of the mountain in a little cloudy day in mid september,but the weather shift in minutes at midday, beginning with strong winds and light rains and ending with a downpour lasting the rest of the day and night. I arrived in Zabljak soaked and a bit frightened. By the way, the trails are spectacular, with... More
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