Durmitor National Park is sprawled across the Durmitor Mountain Range and a narrow branch heading east along the Tara River and is renowned for its absolutely jaw-dropping scenic beauty. The landscaped, carved from limestone with ice and water over time, is home to 48 peaks that soar over 6,500 feet in altitude, with the highest, Bobotov Kuk, reaching nearly 8,300 feet. Three magnificent canyons can also be found here, including the wild Tara River, home to the deepest gorge in all of Europe at 4,265 feet. Rivers flow under the park as well, including Black Lake, which travels below the Durmitor Massif to the upper canyon valley of the River Komarnica, and the park is also filled with more than a dozen sparkling lakes. The high plateau can be reached by multiple trails, while an ice cave, filled with icy stalactites and stalagmites all year round, serves as an ideal spot for hikers to cool off, even in the middle of July, with cold water dripping from the ceiling.