Page Type Page Type: Mountain/Rock
Location Lat/Lon: 43.07522°N / 19.03920°E
Activities Activities: Mountaineering, Big Wall
Seasons Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
Additional Information Elevation: 6860 ft / 2091 m
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Boljska Greda from Komarnica CanyonBoljska Greda from Komarnica Canyon
Boljska Greda from Komarnica CanyonFrom Komarnica Canyon
If you approaching Dobri Do valley from Žabljak town, entering in Dobri Do you'll notice the entrance of Komarnica Canyon on the left side of the valley, below Sedlena Greda peak. That beautiful canyon is placed between two big walls of Durmitor. One of them is Boljska Greda (2091 m), which dominate above Komarnica Canyon. Boljska Greda belong to the southern part of DURMITOR range. Its amazing 800 m high SE rocky face is very impressive and that's a really big challenge for rock climbers. NW face of Boljska Greda stay above green Dobri Do valley, from where you can reach its summit by normal route.
Boljska GredaBoljska Greda from Dobri Do
Boljska Greda is beautiful from both sides, from Komarnica Canyon and from Dobri Do valley, but for sure this peak looks much more impressive when you admiring to its impressive rocky wall in Komarnica Canyon. Northern wall of Boljska Greda together with a wall of Soa Nebeska (Bezimeni Vrh+Bobotov Kuk+Đevojka) belong to the group of most impressive walls in Durmitor. Preciselly, those two walls are most impressive and highest in Durmitor massif.

Summit View

Boljska Greda (2091 m) offer enjoyment in many beautifully panoramas. Most impressive are the view to Bobotov Kuk and view to Prutaš peak.
Boljska gredaBobotov Kuk behind Boljska Greda wall
NW: Prutaš (2393 m), Štit (2248 m) N: Bobotov Kuk (2523 m), Bezimeni Vrh (2487 m), Đevojka (2440 m), Lučin Vrh (2396 m) NE: Šljeme (2455 m), Sedlena Greda (2227 m) S: Vojnik (1998 m) SE: Moračke Planine range

Getting There

Gateway to Durmitor National Park and Boljska Greda (2091 m) peak is Žabljak (1456 m) town, precisely a Poščenska Dolina valley, Sedlo (1907 m) pass and Dobri Do valley.
Dobri Do valleySedlena Greda & Boljska Greda from Dobri Do
Boljska Greda from Dobri Do valleyFrom Dobri Do
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.
Boljska Greda from PrutašBoljska Greda from the slopes of Prutaš
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. Than from Zabljak town via Virak village in direction of Sedlo (1907 m) pass by Zabljak-Virak-Trsa road, 16 km from Zabljak town.


Going to Boljska GredaGoing to Boljska Greda
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. The best place for camping before the climbing of Boljska Grda peak is Dobri Do valley and its grassy plateau.

Maps & Guides

Map of Durmitor National Park...Durmitor Map
Exist three maps of Durmitor: 1. Map of Durmitor Massif & Tara Canyon - 1:25000. Author: Branislav Cerovic. You can buy it in Zabljak town in almost every store. Price: 5-6 euro. 2. Map of Durmitor National Park & Tara Canyon - 1:25000. Author: Branislav Cerovic. You can buy it in Beograd (Belgrade, Serbia) in Geokarta Co, Belgrade. Price: 2 euro. This map is better than first one and include many informations and facts about routes, peaks, lakes, glacial cirques, valleys, canyons,... 3. Durmitor Mountain Guide & Map. Short mountain guide with some basic informations and facts. Author of map: Pavle S. Bandovic. Editor: "Summit" Travel Agency, Zabljak, 2005. Price of Guide&Map: 7 euro.

Weather Conditions

The best weather forecast on Internet for Durmitor (Zabljak town) and Boljska Greda (2091 m) is VREME YUBC NET site. You can see 5 days forecast for Durmitor area, 4-times-daily forecast.

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