Coming from Wales i'm pretty use to being around mountains and this it a fairly sedate climb in normal conditions. Pair it with the excessive summer heat and the state of disrepair that the steps have fallen into it can border the dangerous in parts. Anyone thinking of going into this walk in sandals or flip flops should reconsider and plenty of water is a must. On the way up there are lots of places to stop for a quick break to take in the vista of Kotor and the surrounding bay but very little in the way of shade. Would recommend either very early in the morning when its cooler or around 18:45-19:00 just as the sun is setting behind the mountains. Certainly not to be missed but don't assume its a stroll in the park. Be careful for local snakes and wildlife on the way up and be warned there is nothing in the way of toilets or conveniences on the route. We managed up and down with a 30 minute break at the top for photos in about 1.5 hours but if you are unsure of your fitness I would set aside at least 2 hours for a round trip in the summer to avoid heat exhaustion.
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