Eighteen sparkling frosty lakes known as gorske oči (mountain eyes) speck the Durmitor extend. The breathtaking Black Lake, a lovely 3km stroll from Žabljak, is the biggest of them and the most visited piece of the national park. It is a frosty lake, situated in UNESCO Durmitor National Park, at a height of 1,416 m. Most extreme profundity in little lake is 45m and in huge lake 25m. The adjusted mass of Međed (the Bear; 2287m) raises up behind it, throwing an inky shadow into the pine-walled waters. A simple 3.6km strolling track circles the lake.