What are the best ski resorts in Montenegro?

Montenegro, known for its beautiful shores of the Adriatic Sea and spectacular mountains, is becoming an increasingly popular destination for fans of winter sports.

In this article, we explore the most important ski resorts that attract skiers and snowboarders from all over the world.

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Montenegro, skiing, Photo www.montenegro.travel

 

  • Kolašin: Kolašin, located in the northern part of Montenegro, is often described as the pearl of the Montenegrin hinterland. This small town offers two great ski destinations – Kolašin 1450 and Kolašin 1600. The Kolašin 1450 ski resort is perfect for beginners and families, with gentle slopes and a ski school. For more experienced skiers, Kolašin 1600 has more demanding slopes.

 

Ski center Kolašin 1600, Photo: Ivan Kuznetsov, Dreamstime.com

 

  • Žabljak: Žabljak is located in the heart of Durmitor, a mountain massif that is part of the UNESCO world heritage. This area offers incredible landscapes and beautiful ski slopes. Climbing trails like Savin Kuk can be a challenge, but the reward is a spectacular view of the surrounding mountains and canyons.

Žabljak, Savin-Kuk, Photo: Nebojša Atanacković, www.montenegro.travel

 

  • Vučje: Ski center Vučje is about 20 kilometers from Nikšić in the direction of Žabljak at an altitude of more than 1,300m. It is located on the slopes of the Krnova plateau. It is one of the smaller ski resorts.

 

 

  • Hajla, Rožaje: Ski center Hajla is located on the border of Montenegro and Kosovo. With its highest peak at 2403 m above sea level, it is the highest mountain in the Montenegrin part of Prokletije. Ski center Hajla Rožaje, the Turjak 2 track was reopened in 2017, after being neglected for a long time.

 

 

Montenegro is increasingly positioning itself as a desirable destination for a winter holiday.  If you are looking for the perfect combination of skiing, nature, and hospitality, Montenegro is an excellent choice for your next winter holiday.

 

Ski center Kolašin 1600, Photo: Albina Shehetila, Unsplash

 

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