One-day hike in Montenegro's newest national park, Prokletije National Park. Three high, rugged peaks right on the border with Albania, prehistoric petroglyphs, indescribably beautiful mountain landscapes are just a few of the reasons why tourists from all over the world are 'getting lost' in this remote corner of the country and on this beautiful hiking trail.
The Prokletije massif is the highest mountain of the Dinaric Alps. On Montenegrin territory there are only the smaller part of this on the one hand wildly romantic, on the other hand repellent mountain world that stretches from the east of Montenegro along the Albanian border to Serbia and Kosovo. Rugged, steep and almost invincible pinnacles characterize his peaks. Old paths and adventurous mountain routes lead through the youngest national park, one of the least known corners of Europe. The highest mountains to be climbed from Montenegro are the Maja Rosit and the Maja Kolata.
There are several simple overnight accommodations in the mountain hut "Karanfil", the mountain hut "Branko Kotlajić" and in the ethno village "Pavićević".
Regarding particular protection of this area in the National Park, all visitors must strictly comply with rules of conduct.
Operational Communications Center, Emergencies and Civil Security Sector, Tel.112; Mountain Rescue ServiceMontenegros Tel. + 382 (0) 40256084E-mail: email@example.comWebsite: www.gss-cg.me.
You can find more information on the website - www.nparkovi.me, or write directly to the National Park Prokletije - firstname.lastname@example.org
Im Bergsteigerheim "Karanfil"
High mountain boots, stiffer sole, good profile, possibly suitable for crampons gloves Cap altitude Tickets 1: 25,000 or. GPS (individual) or. emergency radio (mobile phone does not always work) Rain jacket (!) Remember - Montenegro is a wonderland. In the mountains, you can often experience four seasons in one day. In spite of 260 days of sun, up to 5000 mm of rainfall in places every year. Be prepared! Food for 1 day!