Hike the Via Dinarica

Cross borders and scale the Dinaric Alps’ highest peaks - epic hiking awaits on Via Dinarica’s trails.

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Navigate 2,000km of remote trails on a hike spanning seven mountainous countries on the Balkan Peninsula.

An extraordinary introduction to south-eastern Europe, Via Dinarica’s immense network of paths encompasses Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia. But despite their length, the trails remain relatively unexplored, so you can enjoy the gouging karst canyons, thrusting limestone peaks and silent, glacial lakes without the crowds.

Hiking the Via Dinarica in its entirety is a mammoth task, so it pays to hone in on a section of the route. The White Trail is the most popular, with Green and Blue trails soon to join the ranks.

Traversing some of the tallest mountains in the Dinaric Alps, The White Trail is a great choice for summit-bagging. Maglic Mountain (2,386m) in Bosnia and Herzegovina offers an adrenaline-fuelled climb with steep sections secured by via ferrata. The views from the top into Montenegro offer a reminder that this tranquil trail binds a region with a turbulent past.

The shoulder seasons offer some of the best hiking conditions, with the snow cleared, and there are plenty of mountain huts to stay in along the route.