Kapetanovo jezero (Captain’s lake – 1673 meters above the height of the sea level) – Lastva (2226 meters above the height of the sea level) – Zagradac (2217 meters above the height of the sea level). Time needed for the tour is about 4 hours, and the height difference is about 555 meters.

Kapetanovo jezero (Captain’s lake – 1673 meters above the height of the sea level) – Manito jezero (Crazy lake -1764 meters above the height of the sea level) – Stozac (2140 meters above the height of the sea level). Tour lasts about two and a half hours, and it is about 5 kilometers long.

Strug (1475 meters above the height of the sea level) – Popov do (1750 meters above the height of the sea level) – Borova brda ( Pine’s hills – 2006 meters above the height of the sea level) – Mali Zebalac (Small Zebalac – 2073 meters above the height of the sea level) – Veliki Zebalac (Big Zebalac – 2129 meters above the height of the sea level). Extremely long tour for which it takes four hours to pass it.

Osreci (1375 meters above the height of the sea level) – Ropusnica (1472 meters above the height of the sea level) – Korita (Thorough – 1485 meters above the height of the sea level) – Ruda Glavica (2020 meters above the height of the sea level). Tour lasting three hours.

Bare Bojovica (Bojovics’ puddles – 1540 meters above the height of the sea level) – Veliki Zurim (Big Zurim – 2036 meters above the height of the sea level) – Mali Zurim (Small Zurim – 1962 meters above the height of the sea level) – Ilin vrh (Ilin’s summit – 2051 meters above the height of the sea level). Somewhat longer tour which lasts about 4 hours, and which is 7, 5 kilometers long.

Crkvine (1045 meters above the height of the sea level) – Bistrica (1258 meters above the height of the sea level) – Barski Katun (Puddle summer pasture cottage – 1462 meters above the height of the sea level) – Mioski Katun ( 1542 meters above the height of the sea level) – Umovi (Minds – 1945 meters above the height of the sea level). A route which is 9 kilometers long.

Madjurijecje (211 meters above the height of the sea level) – Mrtvo Duboko (Dead Deep – 360 meters above the height of the sea level) – Granica (Border – 1042 meters above the height of the sea level) – Poljana (Field – 1549 meters above the height of the sea level) – Medjedji vrh (Bear’s summit – 2139 meters above the height of the sea level). Somewhat more demanding tour with a bigger height difference for whose conquering it takes more than 6h.

Southeast from the spacious Durmitor massif is Sinjajevina, the biggest pasture area in Montenegro which stretches down the Dinar wreath of mountains. Its average height is about 1.600 meters of height above the sea level, and its biggest summits are Babji Zub (Grandmother’s teeth – 2277 m), Jablanov Vrh (Polar’s summit – 2203 m), Gradiste (2174 m), Savina greda (Sava’s timber – 2101 m), Veliki Pecarac (Big Pecarac – 2042 m), Starac (Old men – 2022 m), and Babin Vrh (Grandmother’s summit – 2013 m). Sinjavina is a glacial mountain. It stretches from Kolasin to the very rims of the National Park Durmitor. It is a massif 40 kilometers long and 15 kilometers wide. It is an exquisite terrain for all mountain and walking activities. Zminicko and Zabojsko Lakes are pearls of this mountain. The first is located at 1295 meters of height above the sea level, and it is 4 meters deep, while the second is located at 1486 meters of height above the sea level, and its depth is about 19 meters.

Mountain expeditions go on following paths:

Kolasin (940 meters above the height of the sea level) – Gornje Lipovo (Upper Lipovo) – Klisura (Gorge – 1189 meters above the height of the sea level) – Katunina (1418 meters above the height of the sea level) – Djedov do (grandfather’s valley) – Dzavrlje – Babji Zub (Grandmother’s Teeth – 2277 meters above the height of the sea level). Height difference is about 1100 meters, length is about 8 kilometers and the time needed for the tour is about 5 hours. Certain parts of the tour are inspirational even for more experienced mountain climbers.

Kolasin (954 meters above the height of the sea level) – Gornje Lipovo (1208 meters above the height of the sea level) – Prevoj Vratlo (Saddle Vratlo – 1730 meters above the height of the sea level) – Pilac (1872 meters above the height of the sea level) – Jablanov Vrh (Poplar’s summit – 2203 meters above the height of the sea level). The length of the route is about 8 kilometers, and it takes 4 hours to cross it. Route is attractive and it includes great sightseeing places, passing by the small puddles – lakes and numerous summer pasture cottages. The best time of the year for mountain activity is late spring, summer and early fall.