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Looking for alpinism, climbing or mountaniering
in Serbia and in Montenegro?

Today, Student Speleologic and Alpinistic Club is a classic caving club. The "Alpinistic" in its name comes from the times when there was an active alpinistic branch. If you are interested strictly in alpinism, climbing or mountaniering, here is the list of some (but not all) groups and organizations.


Almost all the alpinists in Belgrade are grouped in AOB (Alpinisticki odsek Planinarskog saveza Beograda, which stands for "Alpinistic branch of the Mountaniering association of Belgrade"). AOB has a web site (in Serbian) at http://www.aob.org.rs external hyperlink, and their e-mail is aob@aob.org.rs.

Of course, Belgrade alpinists are not the only ones here. There are groups of alpinists in Nis, Subotica, and other Serbian towns, and of course in Montenegro. Alpinists from Vojvodina external hyperlink summited Everest in 2005. The most famous Montentegrin alpinists are the ones from the "Javorak" external hyperlink club in Niksic, because of their 1996 Mt. Everest expedition. They are also in charge of the Mountain Rescue in Montenegro.


There are several free-climbing clubs in Serbia and in Belgrade. Some of them are: Climbing Club "ACE" external hyperlink, Gekon external hyperlink and Vertikal external hyperlink (sites in Serbian). There is also a comprehensive overview of Yugoslav climbing external hyperlink, but only in Serbian. The Sportclimbing Federation of Serbia external hyperlink has its site in English and Serbian.


The Mountaniering Association of Belgrade is on the Web at http://www.psb.org.rs external hyperlink (in Serbian), and their Mountain Rescue is at http://www.gss.org.rs external hyperlink (Serbian and English). Here is the link to the Montenegro Mountaineering association external hyperlink

Some Mountaniering clubs from Serbia
and from Montenegro on Internet:

  • Pobeda external hyperlink, the largest Serbian mountaniering club
  • Zeleznicar external hyperlink, one of the major Belgrade mountaniering clubs
  • Radnicki external hyperlink, mountaniering club from Belgrade
  • Subra external hyperlink, mountaniering club from Herceg Novi, Montenegro (in English)
  • PSDKomovi external hyperlink, mountaniering club from Podgorica, Montenegro