Although Montenegrin ski resorts might not be as famous as Austrian or French, they are comfortable, well equipped and offer great value for money. And until 2022 an investment of 140 million euros is planned for the ski resorts. No wonder also hotel luxury brands of Hilton, Aman and Sheraton are coming to the Montenegrin ski centes of Kolasin and Zabljak.
Boasting with the title of winter capitals of Montenegro, are the ski resorts of Kolasin and Zabljak. Located in the Bjelasica mountain range with some of the oldest forests in Europe, Kolasin features ski centres 1450 and 1600, 60 kilometres of ski slopes, a new restaurant at the ski-slopes with the capacity of 400 seats and numerous opportunities for rock climbing, snow shoeing, snowmobiling and horse riding.
The second ski centre of Zabljak lies in the UNESCO protected national park of Durmitor and presents the highest urban settlement in the Adriatic region. Experience the winter rafting on deep Tara river canyon, enjoy ziplining and snowmobiling at Zabljak resort.