Special characteristics of Serbian nature offer abundant areas for so-called free climbing. It means that you will climb up the vertical cliffs with no equipment but safety gear in case of a fall.
Like in other extreme sports, it is possible to take lessons first before going into an adventure. Experienced climbers will fall in love with Jelašnica or Sićevac Gorge, Ovčar, Kablar, and Soko Grad.
Come to Jelašnica and get to know this nature reserve where you will find waterfalls and endemic species. The rocks look even whiter in contrast to all the surrounding greenery. The gorge consists of a sharp Dolomite limestone and has more than 230 routes of different levels.
Some destinations offer a special experience. Imagine spending a night in a tent next to the Ljubovija Monastery and then climbing up to Soko Grad.
When the rock climbing competition took place along 20 routes on Rajac Mountain a few years back, participants were thrilled when discovered a granite rock. Learn why it offers a particular climbing pleasure.
You may not know that Guča is not only home to the celebration of a trumpet. This small place in west Serbia hosted a climbing festival a couple of years ago next to the Rćanska Cave.