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Biogradska Gora is in the Kolašin Municipality, in the northeastern part of Montenegro.




Flora and fauna[edit]


Get in[edit]

The entrance to the park is situated along the road from Mojkovac to Kolašin. It is around 5 km from Mojkovac, and 17 km from Kolašin.

Fees and permits[edit]

The admittance fee amounts to €3 (August 2013). Camping is allowed only in the specified areas, and costs €3 per tent, plus €1.5 per person.

The park issues fishing licenses, rents boats, tents, and camping areas, and organizes lunch with traditional meals.

Get around[edit]


  • The wonderful Lake Biograd (Biogradsko Jezero)


  • Follow one of the mountain bike trails
  • Hike following one of the many marked paths
    • The most spectacular ones are the hikes to summits of Bjelasica mountain (over 2 000 m height).
    • There is a 120 km long mountain route CT-1 going over Bjelasica and Biogradska gora. And it's a six-day hikes.
  • Skiing. There is a ski resort Jezerine on the northern side of Bjelasica that opens up at the end of December. The main slope of which is over 4 km. There are school of skiing and snowboarding, alpine salvation service and first aid services.



There is a restaurant next to the lake, but apart from that, there is no other way to buy food.




Bungalows can be rented next to the lake: they cost €45 a night and have 4 beds.


Camping is only allowed in the designated areas. It costs €3 for each tent, plus €1.5 for each person per night.


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