Every Monday from April 15 through Sept. 15
Before registering and paying for the trip please fill out the Health Questionnaire
Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km² of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Čikola River.
The national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. Including the submerged part of the river at the mouth, the Krka River is 72.5 km long, making it the 22nd longest river in Croatia. It springs in the foothills of the Dinara mountain range, 2.5 km northeast of Knin. With its seven waterfalls and a total drop in altitude of 242 m, the Krka is a natural and karst phenomenon. The travertine waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river.
… is the seventh, final, and longest travertine barrier on the Krka River. It is located approximately 13 kilometers downstream from Roški slap and a total of 49 kilometers downstream from the source. The growth of travertine barriers at Skradinski buk was caused by the unification of the waters of Krka River with the three kilometer lower current of the Čikola River at Roški slap, creating one of the most unusual and beautiful landscapes of the Krka National Park
Visovac Island is among Croatia’s most valuable natural and cultural sites.
The Franciscan Monastery of Our Lady of Mercy, and the Church of Our Lady of Visovac, have stood here since 1445. With their magnificent grounds, they form a unique entity.
The monastery houses a valuable archaeological collection, a collection of historical church linens and dishes and a rich library, with several historical manuscripts, valuable books and incunabula. Due to the centuries of worship of the Mother of God, this island is often called Our Lady’s Island.
Visovac Island and the Franciscan Monastery
… is also called the ‘vast waterfall’, and is made up of a 22.5 m high main waterfall and countless backwaters, cascades and travertine islands.
Roški slap is situated about 36 km downstream of the Krka River spring. The start of the barrier is made up of a series of small cascades (called the ‘necklace’ by the locals), followed by numerous backwaters and islets. Between Roški waterfall and Oziđana pećina cave there are 517 wooden steps, one old roman road and numerous old watermills.
A cave in a complex of the walking path Sinica -Oziđana peć, in which you can see archeological collections with documents of five thousands yearlong human existence in this area
This hiking excursion is aimed for people who:
Departures every Monday from April 14 through Sept. 15, 2018.
5.45 h Pick up from your address (hotel, hostel, apartment, etc.)
6:00 departure from Rooseveltova 44, Split towards NP Krka (Split – Roški slap – 104 km – 90 min. drive)
7:30 visit to Roški slap and Oziđana pećina
9:00 walk towards Stinica – 3 hours
12:00 visit to Visovac island (Visovac monastery – Lozovac – 17 km – 30 min boat ride)
14:00 visit to Skradinski buk – sightseeing and swimming
16:00 return to Split
17:30 arrival in Split
Fitness Difficulty: K1 (K1-K4)
Technical Difficulty: T1 (T1-T4)
Food: each hiker carries his/her own food and water.
Before registering and paying for the trip please fill out the PZ. Shortly thereafter you will receive an e-mail confirmation if this type of trip is appropriate for you. This is followed by reservation payment.
Price for the group: 63 Euro per person
Price of the trip – private: 440 Euro
Included in the price:
Not included in the price:
Info: adults 4./5./6./9./10. – 110 kn.; 7./8. 200 kn
kids 7-18 y.o. 4./5./6./9./10. – 80 kn.; 7./8. 120 kn.
Minimum number of participants: 4 persons
Maximum number of participants: 7 persons
Hiking trip is guided by internationally licensed guide (UIMLA)
Mountain Fit is the organizer and as such is responsible for the excursion.
In cooperation with http://www.split-transfers.hr
By registering for the hike, every person assures the organizer that he/she is physically and emotionally fit for this trip. Furthermore he/she states that the trip is voluntarily undertaken, and that he/she will follow all written and verbal rules of safety or otherwise presented by Mountain Fit, or the trip guide. He/she acknowledges that enjoyment and excitement of adventure travel, such as this trip, is derived in part from the inherent risks incurred by travel and activity beyond the accepted safety of life in his/her homeland and that such risks contribute to such enjoyment and excitement, and are the reason for his/her participation. He/she thus agrees to be responsible for his/her own welfare.
Mountain Fit reserves the right to make route and itinerary changes or trip modifications as required or desirable to improve the trip quality and to accommodate for the well-being of all participants.