Biogradska Gora National Park (Nacionalni park Biogradska gora) is located north of Kolašin ski resort, between the valleys of two rivers Tara and Lim. The total area of the park is 52 km² including woodland with area 1600 hectares, mountain slopes and tops, six glacial lakes, one of which is the biggest Biogradsko Lake (Biogradsko jezero), located at the very entrance to the park. Biogradska River flows into Biogradsko Lake. The Jezerstica river flows out of Biogradsko lake and flows into the Tara river in few kilometers away.
Lake Biograd (Biogradsko jezero) is especially beautiful in early autumn. It is the starting point of numerous hiking routs to different corners of the park. Pesica Lake is the second lake by size, located at the foot of Crna glava, Borova glava and Cmiljeva glava peaks at height of 1838 m. There are other lakes located within the territory of the National park: Great Ursulovacko and Small Ursulovacko, Great Sisko and Small Sisko. There is a marked climbing rout for 2139 height.
Protection of the region of Biogradska Gora dates back to 1878 after Kolašin was liberated from Turkish rule. This area was presented to King Nikola, the Ruler of Montenegro.
There are about 20% of endemic types of plants of the Balkan Peninsula, which consists about 2000 of plants, 70 animal specimen and 150 birds species. 40% of butterflies living in Montenegro inhabit the park, which consists almost 80 species.
In vicinity of the park, there is a famous Monastery Moraca (Mаnastir Morača), built in XIII century, famous with its collection of icons and frescoes.
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Excursion Type: Sightseeing tour, Auto + walking, Instagramm
Type of excursion: Individual
Excursion period: 12 hours
Excursion language: ME, RU
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