Trekking and Climbing the Dinaric Alps

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Hiking the Dinaric Alps
Hiking the Dinaric Alps

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The Dinaric Alps is a coastal mountain range spanning six countries in the Balkans, and is one of the best examples of the limestone Karst terrain in Europe.

On Velebit we’ll trek the Premužid Trail which runs parallel to the Croatian coast and offers breath-taking views of the sea. Here we’ll peer into Luke´s Pit, one of the deepest caves in the world and try to spot Italy from the rugged peak of Biokovo, where the Continental and Mediterranean climates meet.

We’ll reach the peak of Velika Vlasulja (2,337 metres) in Volujak, starting from the Sutjeska River in Bosnia and Herzegovina, trekking
through beech and pine trees, passing by the glacial lake of Volujak at 1,660 metres and ending near the border of Montenegro.
We’ll ascend the peak of Bobotov Kuk (2,522 metres) in Montenegro for panoramic views of the valleys, meadows and canyons of the Durmitor National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here we’ll don our rockclimbing gear to try a few lines in this great climbing area.

Highlights
  • Discover the second largest mountain range in Croatia, Biokovo
  • Enjoy the uniqueness of the Boka Kotorska Bay in Montenegro
  • Discover the beautiful and hidden Premužid mountain trail

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