On the island of Krk, there are more than 300 km of marked mountaineering and hiking trails and there is also a touristic - mountaineering map available in our office. Below we have prepared the available maps of mountaineering and walking trails of the Island of Krk that you can download in PDF or JPG format. There is also a free Krk Hike app available on Google Play and the App Store.
If you go hiking every day for about 4-6 hours it would take you about two weeks to get through most of Krk's hiking trails. The walking trails are very popular among our guests who come to visit the island of Krk out of high season, in spring and autumn, and in this period it is especially possible to experience the incredible diversity and natural beauty of the island of Krk. The highest peaks on the Island of Krk are Obzova (568 m) and Veli vrh (541 meters). There are paths along the coast and in the interior of the island, easy trails, and also more challenging trails for experienced hikers.
We would like to highlight educational trails like 200 m long Glagolitic path in Gabonjin or Baška Glagolitic path with 34 stone sculpture - Glagolitic letters scattered in the valley of Baška. Here we should also mention 6 km long educational trail Baska - Zarok - Batomalj - Lipica that shows the biodiversity and ethnological heritage of our region. In the western part of the island of Krk, from Milohnići to Poljica, there is a 6 km long educational trail "Put lokvi - Along karst ponds", which will take 2-3 hours to tour.
There are also some interesting circular hiking routes like Krk`s beltway - a circular hiking trail that links all the marked trails of the island, as well as the circular route "Putovima Dobrinjštine - Roads of Dobrinj" about 20 km long, starting and ending in Šilo.
Since October 2019, the pilgrimage routes of Krk have been marked on the island of Krk and united into the Camino Krk circular path, which is part of the European network of pilgrimage routes of St. James. Camino Krk is a circular hiking trail that passes through Krk, Porat, Omišalj, Dobrinj, Vrbnik and Baška, and ends in Kornić in the church of St. Jacob. The length of the entire trail is about 107 km. The idea is to hike the trail in 6 days, with the average walking distance of about 20 km per day.
In the middle of April, an interesting manifestation takes place - a guided walking tour through Krk's asparagus trails, and at the end of September, you can participate in attractive guided hiking tours through the island's extraordinary landscapes that are part of the event I love autumn in Krk. Organized walking trips on the island of Krk as well as to the nearby national parks Northern Velebit and Risnjak are also at your disposal.
Enjoy the beautiful nature and the unique and diverse landscapes of the island of Krk and its surroundings!