Explore the most popular Hiking trails in Montenegro with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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rocky
4 hours ago

Amazing trail, I loved it even though it was humid and 28 degrees. I would love to do this again if and when I go back to Kotor. It’s a tough walk but definetly not impossible, I was carrying a heavy bag all the way up so I bet it’s easier without one.

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rocky
16 days ago

Decent hike however you can’t access the fortress, they have the back entrance guarded. We tried the main entrance after reading its free of you get there before 8am- no longer the case. There was a guard there at 7:15! The view isn’t the same, pay the 8€ if you want the full experience.

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18 days ago

Challenging....did on hot day....bring water..,people do sell water on trail. Views worth the effort

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20 days ago

The highest peak in Montenegro. Hiked this in late September starting from Sedlo Pass. Steep ascent as first leads to a relatively flat area with some unique rock formations and a spring. The ending ascent to the peak is difficult and has ropes for scaling the rocks. A lot of loose small rocks throughout, and a family of dogs followed us up and then back down. Incredible views of Durmitor at the top. I had to pay an entrance fee to the national park of 3 euros at the trailhead. Ask for a receipt because they'll want to see it upon your return to the trailhead. It's possible to hike all the way back to Zabljak using an alternate descent that takes you past the Black Lake.

This is an incredible hike with amazing views at the top. Note: it is extremely hot in the summer. Leave early (4-5-6am) and try and be back down or at least not hiking and in the shade between 10am and 3-4pm...

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2 months ago

Free alternative to Kotor Fortress hike. Involves a series of switchbacks on a well marked path. Some loose rocks so decent shoes are a good idea.

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rocky
2 months ago

on Kotor Fortress

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3 months ago

We did this hike early morning to avoid the heat. Kotor was one of our stops as part of our boat cruise. Took us no more than 40 minutes to reach the fortress. The trail is mostly steep, rough stone stairs. It’s best to wear athletic shoes. Beautiful view of town and the surrounding area when you reach the top. Definitely worth doing if you are in Kotor

Incredible scenery helps a long and sometimes difficult hike. We found the ice cave even though the All Trails map was not clear about where it is and indeed many people seem to miss it. Finished it in six hours but we rushed the last leg in order to avoid some approaching inclement weather. Bring plenty water and snacks and take regular breaks.

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3 months ago

Wear high friction shoes! The people wearing sandals were unhappy ☹️

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3 months ago

Beautiful views on the bay beneath. Nice for photography lovers. Also, you have to pay entrance fee only during "summer season", which means it's free for the rest of the year. When you climb to the top you see the ruins of an old village. If you need to refresh yourself - there's a house turned into a small bar near that village.

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3 months ago

Fun little walk-hike...20-40 min depending on your fitness, trail traffic, and temps. It was 94F/34C today, but we got out early enough that there was still a few shady spots to catch a breeze. It’s 8€, and the attendant let my 13 yr old daughter hike for free. Views from the fort/ruins are superb, worth the effort. There is a free trail further north that goes higher, has more sun/steeps, which you can see from the paid part. The steps are in good condition, thanks to the fees. Expect lots of tourists.

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no shade
3 months ago

Great views the whole way! Very hot with no shade the day we went. We were glad to bring plenty of water, hats and sunscreen. Definitely something to avoid in the heat of the day if the temps are warm.

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3 months ago

The trail is really a steep stair climb (often with flat stones to the side of it.) Reminded me of climbing the stairs to get to Great Wall of China north of Beijing). There is another trail I recommend more you access on the north side of the city, which locals use to get up there. More switchbacks, more gradual climb. Old ruins of the fortress along the way. We entered at the north and central gates (keep your receipt - 8 Euros per person). No cost to the north trail.

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rocky
4 months ago

It’s a popular trail, so lot of tourists. The trail is all steps going all the way up and sometimes they can be very narrow. Along side the steps is a rocky slope that you can walk on. The stones on the steps and sloped path are all limestone, so do not go in the rain because they are very slick. The path also has very minimal shade, so bring a hat on hot days and lots of water. The views are wonderful and it can be a challenging hike, but well worth it if you start in the morning and go with a small group. Also, there’s a small, beautiful church halfway up that is a wonderful rest stop.

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rocky
4 months ago

Nice trail. Good views from the top

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rocky
4 months ago

Not too interesting hike. Views from the restaurant are the best, you might just stay around there instead of walking the loop. Make sure to wear hiking shoes when you decide to go around because it’s rocky.

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