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With the mountains and hills surrounding Luštica Bay carved with scenic trails, outdoor types can choose between rambling, hiking and mountain biking. Cycling is ideal in the autumn and there are a range of bike tours on offer, including the outstandingly beautiful trail descending the peaks of Lovćen mountain down to the Luštica Peninsula, with pit-stops to take in the views of Boka Bay.
The inland Durmitor National Park is a rugged and dramatic theatre of soaring mountains. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it offers such magnificent extremes as Tara canyon (Europe’s largest), 50 limestone mountain peaks and no fewer than 18 glistening, glacial lakes. The newer Prokletije National Park on the Albanian border also comprises soaring mountains, lakes and forest. Its nature is so untouched that it contains half the flora in Montenegro, as well as rabbit, wolf, brown bear, lynx wild boar and deer. Whether it’s hiking, biking, horse-riding, rafting or kayaking, these parks offer untapped adventure.
For gentler exploration, take a trip to one of Europe’s last virgin forests in Central Montenegro’s Biogradska Gora National Park. Its woodland is perfect for cycling and walking among ancient trees. Make sure you stop at the vast and mirror-perfect Biogradska Lake.
With snowfall from October to April, Montenegro’s snow-capped peaks offer a long winter season. There are two major ski resorts: Kolašin 1450 in Biogradska Gora National Park and Žabljak in Durmitor National Park, both offering spectacular views, wide, quiet slopes and the promise of local mulled wine at the end of a run. Thrillseekers can find every kind of winter sport on offer: cross-country skiing, snow-kiting, snowboarding, snowmobiling, freeriding, snowshoeing, ice climbing and winter mountaineering.

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