Here you’ll find information about different tours, accommodation and sights to visit along the Dinaric Alps,
but also about developing long distance trails connecting the most attractive locations in this region.
There are many useful information out here, so take your time to explore the portal. CHECK the VIDEO!
Note that you can also download the maps, trail descriptions, GPS tracks, and check current weather conditions for particular location.
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Via Dinarica information portal consists of several different modules providing different type of information:
Check the video for each of them in order to quickly find the information you are looking for.
The Via Dinarica is a mega trail that extends from Albania to Slovenia. The largest part of the trail slices diagonally from southeast to northwest. The Bosnia and Herzegovina section is perhaps the sexiest of all. The mountains here offer superb hiking with dozens of challenging routes that start from as low as 200 m and ascend to the rugged karst peaks well over 2,200 meters. But that’s not all Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Via Dinarica has on offer. White water rafting on the Neretva, Tara or Una Rivers is an adventure one will not soon forget. The southern Blue Trail near Trebinje weaves in and out of the highlands between Herzegovina and Montenegro, always followed by the fresh smell of the Adriatic Sea. To the north is the isolated valley of Blidinje Nature Park,where hikers, bikers and skiers alike gather to pay homage to the wonders of nature. It is truly Herzegovina’s very own ‘wild west.’
This is the main trail along the entire length of the Via Dinarica that follows the natural flow of the highest peaks of the Dinaric Alps. The white trail includes all of the highest peaks in each respective country. Although there are a plethora of activities along this head trail, such as mountain biking and rafting, it’s main function is as a hiking trail.
The Blue Trail veers towards the coastline and the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. The mountains may be smaller in this part but no less attractive and challenging. It includes some of the best coastal and hinterland hiking in Europe always accompanied by the fresh smell of medicinal herbs and the breeze of the Mediterranean.
The Green Trail is exactly that, green carpet of conifer forests that meander through some of the lower mountains of the Dinaric Alps. The Green Trail is made for two-wheeled trail blazers with hundreds of kilometers of well maintained bike trails. Hiking and walking, coupled with the rich wildlife of this eastern front, make it a great option for soft adventure.