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Bike tourism

KRKA NATIONAL PARK

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A total of 470 kilometers of bike routes pass through Krka National Park, which will show you all the impressive scenes of the Krka River, breathtaking views, the abundance of flora and fauna, but also the cultural and historical treasures of the area.

Mountain bike route: MTB 4 The starting point of the MTB 4 route is the Krka NP visitors' center in Laškovica. The trail leads down gravel paths and local paved roads from the Laškovica plateau to the Krka River canyon, down to the Krka monastery, from which it returns to the plateau on the same path, and then, along the edge of the canyon, back towards Laškovica. Then it heads down to the Krka canyon once again, to Roški slap, after which it leads back to Laškovica. The total trail length is 35.6 km, and the total incline is 658 m, so it is considered to be a medium-difficult trail with a difficulty score of 2 to 4.

9 10 Cyclists stop every so often during their ride to take in the incredible views.

Road route: ROAD 2 This road route can be called the queen of bike trails in Krka National Park because it includes and encircles the majority of the park: from Skradin all the way to Burnum. It starts at the Krka NP center in Skradin, heads through the villages of Rupe and Kistanje, all the way to the northernmost point on the route 10

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Burnum, from where it heads back towards Skradin. The trail heads down to the Krka River canyon to the Brljan waterfall, after which it heads towards waterfall Roški slap through the towns of Oklaj, Razvođe, and Širitovci, and once again heads down to the Krka canyon to Roški slap. From Roški slap it heads off towards Laškovica, and from Laškovica it leads back to Skradin. The total route length is 95.1 km, with a challenging incline of 1447 m, which is why the route is only recommended for the most experienced and most active cyclists.

Trekking route: TREK 1 From the Puljane Eco Campus, the route heads down the road past Brljan waterfall to the Burnum amphitheater, the 1st century Roman military camp, and then heads back the same way to the Eco Campus. The entire trail is 11.4 km long, with a 273 m incline, so it is one of the easiest routes in the park, and ideal for weekend family excursions, with a difficulty score of 1 to 4. 

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