Podgorica bicycle trailDownload track as GPX file for your GPS device.
|Teljes táv:||495 km|
|Össz. emelkedő:||24 550 m|
|Össz. lejtő:||-24 500 m|
|Magasság max.:||1965 m|
|Magasság min.:||27 m|
Podgorica - Danilovgrad - Dolovi - Štitovo - Vučje - Lukavica - Bijela - Šavnik - Duži - Dubrovsko - Bezuje - Dubljevići - Borkovići - Plužine - Smriječno - Ravno - Plužine - Trsa - Nedajno - Sušica - Crna Gora - Žabljak - Njegovuđa - Studenci - Gomile - Konate - Podstarac - Grkovo - Vratlo - Lipovo - Kolašin - Mateševo - Veruša - Rikavačko jezero - Konate - Medun - Podgorica
This tour stars from Montenegro’s capital Podgorica and takes you through an unforgettable kaleidoscope of ever-changing landscapes. The onset is easy rolling on asphalt roads through a variety of small places and villages. Take a break in Danilovgrad before climbing through forests up the mountains. Hard to believe that cattle have to be protected from wolves so close to the centres of civilization, but quite true, as you will see.
From Vučje, interesting day trips to Kapetanovo Lake or Maganik are well worth your time. And a boat excursion on Lake Piva is an excellent choice for the next day. Do stay here for a few days and get a sense of this region’s contrast of scenery! From Smriječno to Ravno, the trail takes you through on of the tour’s most impressive landscapes that is uninhabited and particularly untouched. Pure overwhelming wilderness!
Another highlight is Tara Canyon, Europe’s longest (78 km) and deepest (1300 m) gorge. Leave your bike for two days and experience the fascination of the crystal-clear river on a rafting-tour, surrounded by the unique beauty of the ravine.
One of the most unusual sceneries in Europe and another highlight of this tour is the passage through the Sinajevina, a high plateau at an average altitude of over 1600 m: an almost magical place with vast green meadows, one hill after the other, strewn with countless colourful wild flowers in spring and summer, and surrounded by Montenegro’s highest peaks, snow-covered far into the summer.
A bike tour with variety and challenges from beginning to end: from the gentle Veruša valley uphill into the grey karst mountains, then a steep descent to Lake Rikavačko. The last demanding climb is rewarded by the breathtaking view of the summits of the Prokletije massif. You really will have earned the final relaxing downhill ride to Podgorica and the conveniences of the capital.