Stolovi mountain

Mountain Stolovi is located in central part of Serbia, near town Kraljevo. The highest peak of Stolovi is Kamarište (or Usovica),1375 meters high above sea level. Read more

Rtanj mountain

Rtanj is the mountain located in eastern Serbia and it represents natural phenomenon of karst relief. Mountain suddenly rises from the flat land and it forms almost regular limestone pyramid. Highest point of Rtanj is peak called Šiljak 1561 meters high above sea level. Read more

Veliki Krš

Veliki krš (1148 meters above the sea level) is a magnificent mountain ridge which is located around 10km from town Bor. As one of the branches of Southern Carpathians, it is a part of Carpathian region... Read more

Suva Mountain

One of the most beautiful mountains in Serbia is located in the southeast, 17 kilometers away from the town of Niš, alongside the Niš-Sofia highway. Suva mountain in the shape of an horseshoe is laid in the northwest - southeast direction. Read more

Eastern Serbia - 6 days trekking

A unique blend of wild, untouched nature, unexplored areas, breathtaking viewpoints and exciting relief forms will make your hiking extraordinary! Hospitality, kindness, openness and warmth of ordinary people, will make unforgettable this four-day East Serbia adventure. Let’s go together and spice your hiking holiday with domestic, home-made food that will completely fulfilled your hiking days! Read more

Ovčar and Kablar trekking holiday

Mountains Ovčar (peak at 985m above sea level) and Kablar (peak at 885m above sea level) are located in central Serbia, 15 kilometers west of town of Čačak. These two mountains form picturesque Ovčar-Kablar gorge through which flows Zapadna Morava river. The gorge has very steep sides and double locked meanders... Read more

Malinik mountain and Lazar’s canyon

Was created by cutting Lazareva river in the limestone plain of Dubašnica, great Lazar’s canyon is part of Kucaj range, which is located in eastern Serbia, near the village of Zlot, near the city of Bor, which has shallower and smaller canyons built sideways. The Malinik mountains rise over the south side above the cliffs of the canyon . The highest peak of the same named mountain is located at 1,087 meters above sea level. Read more