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Savin Kuk Ski Resort

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Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m above sea level and elevation is 800 m. Near by is Zabljak,  one of the most famous ski centres in Montenegro. It is covered with snow 120 days a year.

link: http://www.montenegro.travel/en/8480/northern-region/zabljak/sports-and-recreation/ski-ski-sports-and-ski-centers-ski-schools/ski

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A: Ski Centre Savin Kuk - Zabljak

door Marijan Marijanovic, 50 hier vandaan

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m...

Ski Centre Savin Kuk - Zabljak

B: View On Savin Kuk Ski Resort

door Marijan Marijanovic, 330 hier vandaan

View on Savin kuk ski resort in december 2012 near Zabljak, Montenegro.

View On Savin Kuk Ski Resort

C: Savin Kuk Ski Resort - Parking Lot

door Marijan Marijanovic, 330 hier vandaan

Parking lot in Savin kuk ski resort in december 2012 near Zabljak, Montenegro.

Savin Kuk Ski Resort - Parking Lot

D: Savin Kuk At Summer 1

door Marijan Marijanovic, 1.2 hier vandaan

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m...

Savin Kuk At Summer 1

E: Savin kuk, Durmitor, pogled na Crno jezero

door Bane Obradović, 1.4 hier vandaan

Savin kuk, Durmitor, pogled na Crno jezero

F: Pogled na Šljeme, Durmitor

door Bane Obradović, 1.5 hier vandaan

Pogled na Šljeme, Durmitor

G: Savin Kuk At Summer 2

door Marijan Marijanovic, 1.8 hier vandaan

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m...

Savin Kuk At Summer 2

H: Savin Kuk At Summer 6 - Crno Jezero

door Marijan Marijanovic, 1.8 hier vandaan

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m...

Savin Kuk At Summer 6 - Crno Jezero

I: Savin Kuk At Summer 7 - Crno Jezero

door Marijan Marijanovic, 1.9 hier vandaan

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m...

Savin Kuk At Summer 7 - Crno Jezero

J: Savin Kuk At Summer 5 - Crno Jezero

door Marijan Marijanovic, 1.9 hier vandaan

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m...

Savin Kuk At Summer 5 - Crno Jezero

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Text by Steve Smith.

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