Durmitor massif 

The Durmitor massif is located just an hour's drive from Hotel Ravnyak,
on the other side of the National Park. It is distinguished by its 48
peaks, the highest of which, Bobotov Kuk, reaches an impressive height
of 8,278 feet (2,523 m).
The drive from the hotel Ravnjak there starts though Crna Poda, an
endemic ancient forest that adorns the slopes of the Tara Canyon and the
Ravnyak Canyon, which serves as the genesis for the creation of the
Durmitor National Park, serving as the official reason for its
establishment; Then it goes through the Tara River canyon, with a
stunning depth of 4,265 feet (1,300 m) and spanning 49.7 miles (80 km),
is the deepest canyon in Europe and the second largest in the world,
behind only the Grand Canyon.
Wildlife thrives in this untouched natural environment, including brown
bears, gray wolves, European wild cats, golden eagles, and sapsans,
creating a haven for nature lovers.
Among the splendors of Durmitor stands out the ascent to Prutaš (2,393
m), often recognized as the most beautiful and largest peak in the
Durmitor massif. Panoramic views from the top of Prutaš will not leave
anyone indifferent, comparable to the best alpine panoramas in the
world. The landscape, decorated with oblique "Prutovi" (and sticks),
gives Prutaš its name, translated as "mountain made of bars." Delicate
slopes, deep greenery, and wonderful rocks make Prutaš a must-visit
destination, offering not only an amazing climb but also an unsurpassed
mountain landscape.
For those looking for a picturesque and unforgettable adventure, Prutaš
undoubtedly takes its place.
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