SpringCamp 2017.

program

Day#1 06.May

  • Arrival of volunteers in Perast, Boka Kotorska Bay
  • Meeting and socializing in Perast, visit of Our Lady of the Rocks (church/isle)
  • 17.00h transfer from Perast to Ubalac, the village above Bay of Kotor
  • Hiking to the camp at ridges of Vranovo brdo mount
  • Acquainting the hosts of the Spring Camp and presenting the working plan
  • Dinner by the campfire and overnight in tents at Vranovo brdo ridge

The volunteering “Spring Camp” will last 10 days, from the 6th to the 15th of May and will be based in three different campsites.

Volunteers will clear the overgrown trails, refresh the signange and collect plastic and other rubbish on the Costal Mountaineering Transversal .

SpringCamp 2017 Map

Day#2 07.May

  • Clearance of the hiking trail: Vranovo Brdo – Donji Orahovac
  • Lunch break on the trail between 13.00 and 14.00h
  • Boat trip through Boka bay with arrival to the old town of Kotor
  • Guided city tour of Kotor
  • Transfer to National park Lovcen
  • Setting the new campsite in Lovcen mountain
  • Dinner by the campfire and overnight in tents

Day#3 08.May

  • Maintenance and clearance of trail: Ivanova Korita – Trestenik – Majstori
  • Lunch break on the trail between 13.00 and 14.00h
  • Transfer from Majstori to Ivanova Korita
  • Swimming/showers in water-pool in “Monte Rosa” hotel
  • Dinner in “Djecije odmaraliste” hotel
  • Overnight in tents, NP Lovcen

Day#4 09.May

  • Maintenance and clearance of trail: Majstori – Stanjevici
  • Lunch break on the trail between 13.00 and 14.00h
  • Transfer to Buljarica beach, having a stop on the beach
  • Transfer continuum to the Bartula campsite, nearby Stari Bar
  • Setting our tents in Bartula
  • Barbeque and overnight in Bartula

Day#5 10.May

  • Transfer up to the Rumija mountain
  • Clearance of trail: Velji Mikulici – Donje Pode
  • Lunch break on the trail between 13.00 and 14.00h
  • Return back to the campsite
  • Overnight in Bartula

Day#6 11.May

  • Maintenance and clearance of trail: Menke – Velji Mikulici
  • Lunch break on the trail between 13.00 and 14.00h
  • Return back to the campsite
  • Overnight in Bartula

Day#7 12.May

  • Excursion to the Velika Plaza beach, Ulcinj
  • Afternoon visit to the old town of Ulcinj
  • Return back to Bartula camp
  • Overnight in Bartula

Day#8 13.May

  • Transfer to Velji Mikulici
  • Maintenance and clearance of trail: Velji Mikulici – Menke
  • Lunch break on the trail between 13.00 and 14.00h
  • Return back to the campsite
  • Overnight in Bartula

Day#9 14.May

  • Clearance of a short trail’s segment nearby the Stari Bar aqueduct
  • Lunch in Kula restaurant
  • Guided city tour in Stari Bar
  • Walk back to Bartula campsite
  • Farewell barbeque and party in Bartula campsite
  • Overnight in Bartula

Day#10 15.May

  • Goodbyes and thanks to the volunteers !

Recommended things to bring:

  • Hiking shoes
  • Sleeping bag and mat
  • Light tent
  • Light backpack with 1.5l water-gear
  • Rain gear (waterproof jacket/pants)
  • Fleece jacket
  • Some working clothes
  • Headlamp
  • Swimming gear and towel

Sleeping bag is the only thing you should necessarily bring (preferably a mat too) !

All other items from this list are not obligatory, but it is recommended to have them.

“Spring Camp” is the place for sharing and organizers will do the best to make your stay more comfortable. So don’t worry if your list of things/equipment doesn’t fit with our recommendations.

If you are having your own tent (a light tent is preferable), we will appreciate if you bring it as we are having limited number of our own tents. However, we will find the way to assure any number of tents if needed!

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Regarding to luggage transports between the campsites, it is going to be provided by vehicles, so don’t be afraid if your luggage weight is bit oversized for carrying it on trail.

Expected weather in May is warm during the day (up to 25+ C), but nights are still fresh and in extreme cases the lowest temperatures could be close to 0 C, what is not to be expected in general.

A team of film makers will record the events in the camp thus making an easily accessible story about the event and the area where it would be conducted.