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05-07.jul 2024.
3 days

Maganik is a mountain range located in the central part of Montenegro, about 30 km east of Nikšić. This range stretches between the rivers Zeta, Morača, and Mrtvica, offering a beautiful view of the surroundings. Maganik stands out for its unique appearance and impressive massif.

Maganik is known for his inaccessibility. The rocks of this mountain range are very dangerous and sharp in some places, which makes it challenging for mountaineers. However, despite this, Maganik is surrounded by numerous katuns that come to life during the summer months.

Maganik is a separate group of impressive limestone formations. The canyon slopes of the river Mrtvica created a rich vertical jagged mass of Maganik that looks terrifying. The relief of this range is enriched with deep karst depressions, valleys, and funnel-shaped depressions.

Tresteni Peak on Mount Maganik is considered the area of the best-developed karst erosion in Montenegro. The top is in the shape of a karst plateau, dotted with karst erosional forms such as scarp, pits, and scarp wells, several hundreds of meters deep. These natural phenomena are deep and terrifying, with precipices that make access difficult.

Sinjajevina is a mountain in the north of Montenegro, which adjoins the Durmitor area. It is a vast mountain that lies between the Tara Canyon, the Drobnjački Lakes, the Tušina River, and the sides of Gornja Morača and Pčinja. Most of Sinjajevina is a plateau, where sinkholes alternate with grass cover. It belongs to the first pasture and livestock mountains, where spring and summer katuns are located.

On this weekend's tour, we will go on a challenging climb to Medjedji and Tresteni Peak where you will have the opportunity to experience the unique landscapes and peaks of Maganik. Tresteni Peak itself is reminiscent of space landscapes with its unique relief.

On the second day, we will go to Sinjajevina, a vast Montenegrin karst mountain with numerous pastures. We will climb to the top of Jablan at 2203 m. The route is technically less demanding compared to the previous day.

This mountaineering weekend tour, only for a selected group of experienced hikers, will provide you with an unforgettable experience in one of the most impressive parts of Montenegrin nature.

DEPARTURE LOCATION The parking lot at the municipality New Belgrade
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE Transportation by minibus from Belgrade

One night in a mountain lodge on Maganik (bed and breakfast service) - multi-bed dormitories with shared bathroom

One night with breakfast in a 3* hotel in Kolašin

Mountaineering tours on Maganik and Sinjajevina

Transfer by off-road vehicle to Maganik

Local taxes

Meals: 1 dinner, 2 breakfasts and 1 lunch

Local mountaineering licensed guides

Accident insurance for 2 days of hiking

Sightseeing to the itinerary

NOT INCLUDED Other individual costs

International travel health insurance

Additional notes:

  • Necessary personal equipment for the Maganik, Trešteni Peak and, Sinjajevina tour: Deep hiking shoes with Vibram soles, we recommend trekking poles, and adequate clothing according to the weather conditions. Backpack with the necessary mountaineering equipment for a two-day hike, enough water (2-3 l per day), energy bars, fruit, spare t-shirts, long hiking pants, raincoat, headlamp, cream with UV factor, hat or cap, sunglasses, valid identity card or passport. For hiking in Maganik, it is mandatory to wear a helmet. If you don't have your helmet, it can be rented for 5 EUR.
  • Mountaineering on Maganik requires experience in high-altitude hiking tours. Not recommended for those who are afraid of heights. Mountaineering tours are recommended for people in good physical condition. They are not recommended for people with health problems. The guide reserves the right not to take persons with inadequate equipment on the hike. Consumption of alcoholic beverages before and during hiking is prohibited. In case of bad weather and other objective circumstances, hiking can be postponed.
  • Information about the hiking trail, Maganik - ascent to Međeđi and Tresteni Peak: moderate-difficult and technically demanding, the total duration of about 8-9 hours with breaks, a length of about 12 km, with a total ascent and descent of about 1200 m.

  • Information about the hiking trail, Sinjajevina - ascent to Jablan Peak: easy, the total duration of about 3 to 4 hours with breaks, a length of about 7 km, with ascent and descent of about 500 m.

  • The Maganik and Sinjajevina tour is organized for a minimum of 15 registered passengers. It is possible to organize a tour for a smaller number of passengers, in which case the price will be adjusted.
  • In case of changes in the monetary market, as well as changes in the prices of carriers and other service providers, the agency reserves the right to adjust the price of the arrangement.
  • In case of insufficient number of registered passengers or unfavorable weather conditions, the deadline for notification of the postponement or cancellation of the tour by the organizer is 3 days before departure.
  • Accommodation:
    • mountain lodge on Maganik (multi-bed dormitories, shared outdoor bathroom)
    • 3* hotel in Kolašin (double, triple and quadruple rooms with private bathroom)
  • Food: 1 dinner, 2 breakfasts, and 1 lunch are provided.

Reservations for the Maganik and Trešteni Peak tour:

  • At the time of registration, the entire amount, or ~ 40%, or 100 EUR, is paid, and the rest of EUR 155 no later than June 25 (payment is made through an account in dinar equivalent at the mid-rate of the NBS on the day of payment).
  • Own transportation: in case you come with your transport, the price of the tour is 210 EUR and includes the use of our off-road vehicle for the transfer on the first day and your transport on local roads on the second day. Reservations: At the time of registration, the entire amount or ~ 40%, or 85 EUR, is paid, and the rest of 125 EUR no later than June 25 (payment is made through an account in the dinar equivalent at the mid-rate of the NBS on the day of payment).

Conditions in case of cancellation by travelers:

  • If the reservation is canceled within 30 days from the date of arrival of the group, the organizer does not charge a fee. If the reservation is canceled within 30 to 7 days from the date of arrival of the group, the organizer retains a fee of 40%. If the reservation is canceled in less than 7 days from the date of arrival of the group, the organizer retains a fee of 100%. Note: The advance payment upon cancellation is non-refundable, except in case of replacement by another passenger.
The tour is organized by “Balkanica travel agency”, Bijelo Polje. Travel agency Explore Balkans doo acts as a sub-agent of the travel organizer.

First day: Belgrade - Kolašin - Maganik

  • Departure from Belgrade at 7 AM
  • Journey to Montenegro, with occasional breaks. Arrival in Kolašin in the afternoon. After the break, transfer by other means of transport (truck) to Maganik. It is necessary to carry things for 1 day of hiking in a backpack that can be carried on the back. It is 17 km from the asphalt road to the Đatlo mountain lodge. We will also cross that part with an all-terrain vehicle.
  • Accommodation in a mountain lodge and dinner. Overnight stay.

Second day: Mountaineering tour on Maganik, ascent to Medjedi and Tresteni Peak

  • Departure for the hiking tour at 6 a.m. Bring sandwiches, snacks, fruit, and enough water (3 l per person). The trail starts from the mountain lodge, after about 2 km of hiking we reach the Katun Poljana, and then we start to climb the grassy and rocky surface and enter the sparse forest to the steeper and rocky part of the trail.
  • On slightly more difficult terrain, you soon reach the pass at 1,960 m, where you can see an extraordinary view of Tresteni Peak at 1,980 m - the opposite of Katun Poljana, as well as the entire surrounding area.
  • We continue along the ridge and with a slight ascent we reach the next ridge which is located directly below our first goal, Medjedji Peak at 2.139 m which is the highest in Maganik.
  • The transition from the pass to entering the part of the path for the final ascent means descending into the valley for about 50 m, and this is also the most demanding part of the ascent. That part of the path is quite exposed and requires passage on a slope inclined in the direction of Tresteni Peak and can be dangerous due to the risk of slipping.
  • The final part of the path on a grassy - rocky surface is steep, but without dangerous sections. Medjedji Peak is rocky, spacious, and safe. We will enjoy excellent views of Tresteni Peak, Baba's Teeth, Tali, Torna, Kapa Moracka, Stozac, Prekornica, Kamenik, Komove, Bjelasica, etc.
  • After a well-deserved rest on the highest peak of Magnik, we continue to Tresteni Peak. This part of the tour is special and its appearance often leaves visitors breathless, giving the feeling as if they have stepped onto another planet. The relief is interspersed and interspersed with karst forms - scarp, pits, abysses, and deep scraggy wells. Caution and concentration are required when moving.
  • Tu na samom Treštenom vrhu nalazi se najdublja jama Crne Gore, Iron Deep ili Gvozdena jama – Dubina iznosi neverovatnih 1.162 m. Takođe imamo pogled na Babin zub, vrh u koji je 70-tih godina udario jugoslovenski avion sa 35 putnika. Još uvek su delovi aviona rasuti po planini.
  • Information about the hiking trail: moderate-difficult and technically demanding, duration about 8 to 9 hours with breaks, length about 12 km, with a total ascent and descent of about 1200 m.
    • Beginning of the trail: Mountain Lodge Đatlo 1,325 m
    • Goal: Međeđi vrh 2,139 m, Trešteni vrh 1,980 m
    • Length of the trail: 12 km
    • Altitude difference: 814 m
    • Total ascent and descent: about 1200 m
    • Trail difficulty: moderate to demanding
    • Water on the trail: there is in the initial part of the Poljana katun
  • Return to the mountain lodge. Rest for about 45 minutes to an hour.
  • Leaving the mountain lodge and transfer to Kolašin. Hotel accommodation. Overnight stay.

Third day: Mountain tour on Sinjajevina, ascent to Jablanov vrh - Belgrade

  • The breakfast. Transfer lasting about 30 minutes to the village of Gornje Lipovo.
  • The hiking trail on Sinjajevina starts from the macadam road near the huts and the artificial reservoir Grkovo, which was built to feed livestock on this waterless plateau. Sinjajevina is the largest mountain plain in Montenegro. The origin of the name is from the adjective sinji (grey, cold). The former name is Sinjavina.
  • The path passes by the huts, and in the direction of the top, it goes over a slight elevation. The sides of Jablan Peak from this direction are quite accessible (rocky-grassy). Return along the same path.
  • A hiking tour that offers an excellent view of the peaks of Sinjajevina: Torna, Vranova glava, Baba's Peak, Veliki Pećarac, Gusar, as well as many other Montenegrin peaks and mountains: Bjelasica, Komove, Tali, Stožac, Kapa Moračka, Lola, Durmitor...
  • Information about the mountain trail: easy, lasting about 3 to 4 hours with breaks, 7 km long, with a total ascent and descent of about 500 m.
    • Beginning of the trail: Grkovo 1,780 m
    • Goal: Jablanov vrh 2,203 m
    • Trail length: 7 km
    • Altitude difference: 423 m
    • Total ascent and descent: about 500 m
    • Trail difficulty: easy
  • Lunch in a restaurant in Kolašin and continuation of the journey to Belgrade. Return to Belgrade with occasional breaks in the evening.
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