Hiking and Trekking

Half day, one day and multi-day itineraries to suit all levels of experience and group size. Join experienced, professional local guides for amazing trekking and hiking on quiet and unspoilt trails throughout Montenegro and the Western Balkans region. From the remote and challenging Peaks of the Balkans trails to the Montenegrin Coastal Transversal and then on to the huge options of the Via Dinarica trails, there is something for everyone. It's not just about the hiking either. Along the way you will meet local people, try their delicious cuisine, learn about the history of the areas you are hiking through and most importantly your visit will bring tourism income to remote areas and small communities which rely on tourism to survive and to preserve their culture, way of life and traditions for future generations. Click below for itineraries and information for the regions and trail which interest you most. Contact Us for any information you cannot find in these pages.




Montenegro Coastal Transversal

Bay of Kotor, Orijen, Lovcen, Rumija, Skadar


Via Dinarica


Durmitor National Park, Piva,

Sutjeska (Bosnia), Croatia

 Peaks of the Balkans 

Prokletije, Albania (Theth), Kosovan Alps


Feedback from previous hiking clients :


Hiking Tour - Via Dinarica, Montenegro
''Just to let you know that we had a brilliant time in Montenegro – unexpectedly wowed by the country. It was a great itinerary and the rafting at the end a really upbeat and fun way to finish.
Janko and Mijo were fantastic – a super team, whom we really warmed to. We were  impressed by the places that we stayed in, very beautiful and highly memorable.
Thanks again and best regards to you all.



'We had a great day thank you and Janko was a fantastic guide. I would be very happy to recommend you guys and will definitely be returning to Montenegro!'

Will Sambrook


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Hiking & Climbing Further Links

Montenegrin Mountain Rescue Service

For all hikes please ensure you have :


  • comfortable, closed hiking shoes with ankle support recommended

  • minimum 2 litres water and snacks

  • daypack for carrying water and gear

  • waterproof jacket

  • sunscreen & sunhat

  • camera

  • small personal first aid kit / personal medication (your guide will carry a full first aid kit)


For hiking during the spring and autumn months please carry a warm layer of clothing and long trousers / gaiters are recommended. For each multi-day hiking tour you will be provided with a recommended kit list.


General Conditions :

Clients need to be in good health and physically fit. Hiking takes place on varied terrain and sometimes paths are old, in bad condition and overgrown. The guides endeavour to use renovated, marked paths where possible, but part of the adventure is to explore old trails and go to places where few other tourists travel. In places you will be very exposed to the weather elements (rain, sun, snow, wind) with little shade available. Conditions are always assessed prior to each hike. If hiking is cancelled due to inappropriate weather conditions your guide will endeavour to re-schedule the tour for another day. However, clients should accept that this region is very mountainous with remote areas and sometimes, for reasons of safety, hiking will sometimes need to be cancelled or postponed at the last moment and we may not be able to offer a similar replacement activity due to location or weather.


Arrive with a sense of adventure and be ready to enjoy a great experience and some of the most spectacular scenery in Europe !



What to Bring :