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Bezimeni Vrh

 
Bezimeni Vrh

Page Type: Mountain/Rock

Location: DURMITOR, Montenegro, Europe

Lat/Lon: 43.10000°N / 19.00000°E

Object Title: Bezimeni Vrh

Elevation: 8159 ft / 2487 m

 

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Created/Edited: Jun 8, 2005 / Aug 11, 2010

Object ID: 154203

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Overview

 N face of Bezimeni Vrh (2487...
NW side of Bezimeni Vrh from Planinica

Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) or "Nameless Peak" is the second highest peak of DURMITOR mountain, most beautiful mountain of Montenegro.

With Bobotov Kuk (2523 m) and Djevojka (2440 m) he create the highest wall of Durmitor massif called "Soa Nebeska".

As "Brother" of Bobotov Kuk (2523 m) - highest peak of whole Durmitor massif and offically also of Montenegro, Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m, Nameless Peak) proudly stay above amazing beauty of deep glacial valley of Skrcka Lakes, in front of Durmitor's giant - Prutas (2393 m), one of most beautiful peaks of Durmitor massif and for sure, the best viewpoint of it's incredible untouchable beautiful nature.

Bezimeni Vrh above the Samar Pass
Bezimeni Vrh through the Samar Pass, from Šareni Pasovi

Bezimeni Vrh is situated on NW side of highest crest of Durmitor, called "Soa Nebeska". This wall is most impressive when you look it from western side, specially from Prutas summit.

Climbing of Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) peak is an extraordinary experience, something similar as climbing of Durmitor's highest peak, Bobotov Kuk (2523 m). If you use northern approach, you will enjoy in privilege to visit
many different expressions of untouchable nature (deef pine forests, amazing and deep Lokvice valley, impressive rocky basin Valoviti Do (2100 m), unforgetable view of Skrcka Lakes valley from famous "Skrcki Pogled" -Skrka View, and finally, in beautiful view of highest peaks of Durmitor, Montenegro, Bosnia&Hercegovina,...). Exist 2 northern approaches: 1) Zabljak - Ledena Pecina - Bezimeni Vrh and 2) Zabljak - Lokvice valley - Bezimeni Vrh. Booth are nice, first is little beat easier (less effort during walking).

Going to Bezimeni Vrh
Going to Bezimeni Vrh from Ališnica Valley

Also, you can use 2 southern approaches: 1) Sedlo pass - Surutka - Velika Previja pass - Bezimeni Vrh and 2) Sedlo pass - Trojni Prevoj - Zeleni Vir lake (Green Vortex) - Bezimeni Vrh. During Bezimeni Vrh climbing from southern side, you will really enjoy to visit "Tibetian scenery" of South-Eastern part of Durmitor, Sedlo pass, view of Zupci (2303 m) peaks, "Protectors of Bobotov Kuk", incredible beauty of Zeleni Vir glacial lake - lake with highest altitude on Durmitor (2028 m), rocky pyramid of Bobotov Kuk and again, in incredible "Skrcki Pogled" (Skrka View) to deep glacial valley of Skrcka Lakes, one of most beautiful God's gift to Durmitor and Montenegro.

Alisnica Valley approach is one of most beautiful approach to reach the summit of Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m), because the path till the summit goes through two beautiufully forest and then throught amazing Alisnica Valley. This valley have it's two part - Donja Alisnica (1915 m) and Gornja Alisnica (2091 m), which are connected. Scenery of Alisnica Valley is very beautiful. In July-September period you can see many horses on grassy plateaus of this nice valley.

North side of Bezimeni Vrh...
Bezimeni Vrh from Alisnica Valley


Also, it's incredible experience to climb Bezimeni Vrh from Bobotov Kuk summit ridge route. You will spend about 50 minutes for this wonderful trip.


Getting There

Bezimeni Vrh
Bezimeni Vrh from Raklje

Gateway to Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) in Durmitor is Zabljak (1456 m) town. Information how to get there:

By Plane
~To Beograd (Belgrade, Serbia&Montenegro capital) airport. Than with plane to Podgorica, capital of Montenegro, or with bus or car to Zabljak town.
~To Podgorica airport. Than with bus or car to Zabljak town.

Information about flights find on the sites of JAT Airways, a former Yugoslav airlines, or on Montenegro Airlines.

By Bus
~Beograd (Belgrade)-Zabljak
~Podgorica-Zabljak
~Niksic-Zabljak
~Pljevlja-Zabljak

Buses go to Zabljak from Beograd (Belgrade) twice a day and from Podgorica, Niksic, Pljevlja and Mojkovac several times per day.

Bezimeni Vrh
Bezimeni Vrh from Bobotov Kuk


By Car
~Beograd (Belgrade)-Zlatibor-Nova Varos-Prijepolje-Pljevlja-Zabljak
~Niksic - Savnik (47km) - Zabljak (37km): 84km; Niksic to Zabljak approach from south.
~Niksic - Savnik (35km) - Zabljak (37km): 72km;
~Podgorica - Niksic (55 km)-Savnik (47 km)-Zabljak (37 km): 139 km; Add this length if you are going to Zabljak from Podgorica via Niksic. Road to Niksic from Podgorica is good.
~Podgorica - Kolasin (71km) - Mojkovac (21km) - Zabljak (67km): 159km; road is good all the way to Zabljak. Behind Podgorica (56m) you go inside Moraca River canyon (one of spectacular Montenegrin canyons). It is up to 1000m deep and has wild sides. That's spectacular drive. After that, from "Djurdjevica Tara" bridge to Zabljak - 23 km.


Routes overview

Horses on Gornje Lokve (2100...
Bezimeni Vrh and horses in Alisnica Valley


BEZIMENI VRH (2487 m):

Exist 6 approach to Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) summit:

1. Northern approach I: Crno Jezero (1416 m) - Lokvice valley (1800 m) - Biljegov Do basin (1965 m) - Valoviti Do basin (2080 m) - Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m). Time: 5.15 h for ascent and 4 h for descend to Zabljak. One day trip (9.45 h).

2. Northern approach II: Crno Jezero (1416 m) - Ledena Pecina (Ice Cave) - Biljegov Do basin (1965 m) - Valoviti Do basin (2080 m) - Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m). Time: 5.15 h for ascent and 4 h for descend to Zabljak. Also, one day trip (9.45 h).

3. Southern approach I: Sedlo pass (1907 m) - Uvito Zdrijelo (2140 m) - Surutka (2082 m) - Zeleni Vir lake (2028 m) - Velika Previja pass (2351 m) - Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m). Time: 3 h for ascent and 2 h for descend to Sedlo pass.

4. Southern approach II: Sedlo pass (1907 m) - Uvito Zdrijelo (2140 m) - Trojni Prevoj (Tripple Pass, 2245 m) - Zeleni Vir lake (Green Vortex lake, 2028 m) - Velika Previja pass (2351 m) - Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m): 3 h to summit and 2 h for descend to Sedlo pass.

5. Alisnica Valley approach: Crno Jezero (1416 m) - Donja Alisnica (1915 m) valley - Gornja Alisnica (2091 m) valley - Velika Struga (2274 m) pass - Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m): 5 h.

After that, you can descent from Bezimeni Vrh summit also to Skrka Valley (Skrka Hut, 1723 m), via Gornja Alisnica valley and Planinica (2330 m) summit. Time of descent: 2h-2.5h. Also, you can descent via Valoviti Do - Biljegov Do - Lokvice - Zabljak, or Zeleni Vir - Surutka - Sedlo Pass - Zabljak. Of course, for Sedlo Pass option you must drive (bike, car or taxi) more 16 km to Zabljak town.

6. Bobotov Kuk ridge approach: Bobotov Kuk (2523 m) - Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m): 50 min.

To reach the summit of Bezimeni Vrh (second highest peak of Durmitor) you can combine southern approach to reach the summit and northern approach for descend to Zabljak town. Also, you can use northern approach to reach the summit and southern approach for descend to Sedlo Pass. The best solution is to use one way to go up and another to go down. Also, you can combine ascent and descent via Alisnica Valley.

The height difference is 1040 m. It is no beginner’s tour, the walking is over some very rough terrain, and it is a long one. If you walk it before August your reward will be a glacier which is there right to the end of July.

Bezimeni Vrh
Bezimeni Vrh from Alisnica Valley



When To Climb

Alisnica Valley
Bezimeni Vrh from Alisnica Valley

Durmitor is typical summer hiking mountain. From October to June it is under snow and from mid June to mid September is the best time for climbing. Of course, Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) can be climbed during whole year, during all year seasons. Normally, full winter equipment is necessary in winter time. February and March are the best months for winter climbing activities on Durmitor.

During the winter, Durmitor usually switches into ski resort. Under Savin Kuk peak (2313 m) is Durmitor Ski Center. (gondolas, ski lifts, chair lifts, restorants and their customers).

Crno Jezero (Black Lake) and Sedlo Pass (1907 m) locations are starting points for Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) climbing. All major trails further uphill are well marked with white circle/red border marks.

Bobotov kuk
Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) summit view to Bobotov Kuk and Djevojka
rbatina from bezimeni vrh
Bezimeni Vrh summit view to Rbatina (2401 m)


Whole Durmitor mountain is very good marked. Thanks to Branislav Cerovic, greatest knower and devoter of Durmitor National Park, who marked all routes on Durmitor mountain.


Camping

Bezimeni Vrh
Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m) from Valoviti Do basin

Camping permitted on camping dedicated spots only.

Major huts are in good condition, but with no service. Still, open to the general public. Hikers/climbers are supposed to bring all the jummy stuff with them.

On Durmitor exist camp in Ivan Do and few ~mountain huts and bivouacs:
~Hut with few small shepherd's houses in Lokvice valley
~Hut in Skrcka Lakes valley
~Bivouac in Velika Kalica valley
~Hut "Mushova koliba" on the road from Zabljak to Obla Glava (2303 m) peak, near Ledena Pechina (Ice Cave) - empty simply hut from wood, without service, simple conditions...

Beautiful scenery of Alisnica...
Bezimeni Vrh from Alisnica Valley


~In Ivan Do camp price for camping is 4 Euro per day.

Also, in Zabljak town you can rent private room or apartment. Price for 2-beds apartment with kitchen and bathroom: 10-12 Euro (5-6 Euro per person).

In some villages on mountain, for example in Bosaca village, you can rent a 2-beds apartment for price 6-8 Euro (3-4 Euro per person) with free milk products every day (1 liter of caw milk).


Red Tape

Horses in Gornja Alisnica...
Horses in Alisnica Valley with Bezimeni Vrh in the background

No fees or extra fees for entering the National Park.
No permits needed either.
Usual rules of behaviour for NPs do apply.


Mountain Conditions

The best weather forecast (5 days forecast, 4-times daily) for Durmitor and Bezimeni Vrh on VREME YUBC


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