Ski center Kolasin 1450 is located on the mountain Bjelasica, in the central-continental part of Montenegro. The highest peak, Crna glava, is 2139m high, and the ski resort itself is 9 kilometers away from the town of Kolasin.

The beginnings of modern skiing on Bjelasica date back to 1990, when the first cable car was built. After privatization in 2007, the ski center Bjelasica changed its name to Kolasin 1450.

The town of Kolasin is 395 km away from Belgrade, and it can be reached by the main road to the sea or Podgorica. From Serbia, take the Ibar highway via Rudnik and Cacak and further to Uzice and Zlatibor. After crossing the Brodarevo border crossing, the road leads for another 70 kilometers through Bjelo Polje and Mojkovac. Without staying at the border, you will need about 7 hours drive to the destination.

If you come from the direction of Podgorica, the road is 70 kilometers long and partially goes through the Moraca canyon, so it takes a little more than an hour to drive.

For all lovers of adventure, one of the options is certainly the arrival by train, given that the train station in Kolasin is less than a kilometer from the city center.

Presentation of ski resorts in Montenegro

 Presentation of ski resorts in Montenegro