List of mountains in Serbia


List of mountains in Serbia

This is the full list of mountains in Serbia (including Kosovo).[a] Most of Serbia is covered with low and medium-high mountains. Mountains in central, western and southwestern Serbia belong to the Dinarides range, while the Carpates, Balkan Mountains and Rhodopes meet in the east.

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Full list

Mountain ranges of Serbia

This is the list of mountains and their highest peaks. When a mountain has several major peaks, they are listed separately.[1][2]

Cities located on Kosovo are indicated in grey. The associated mountains lay partially or entirely on the territory of Kosovo.

Mountain Highest peak(s) Altitude (m) Coordinates Nearest town
Avala . 506 44°41′08″N 20°31′14″E / 44.68556°N 20.52056°E / 44.68556; 20.52056 Belgrade
Baba[1] . 657 43°50′13″N 21°33′06″E / 43.83694°N 21.55167°E / 43.83694; 21.55167 Paraćin
Babička Gora[1] Kriva Buka 1059 43°07′35″N 22°03′43″E / 43.12639°N 22.06194°E / 43.12639; 22.06194 Leskovac
Belava[1][3] Kardašica 946 43°11′38″N 22°28′37″E / 43.19389°N 22.47694°E / 43.19389; 22.47694 Bela Palanka
Beljanica[1] Beljanica 1339 44°06′41″N 21°41′59″E / 44.11139°N 21.69972°E / 44.11139; 21.69972 Žagubica
Besna Kobila[1][4] Šuplja Padina 1862 42°30′20″N 22°14′9″E / 42.50556°N 22.23583°E / 42.50556; 22.23583 Vranje
Besna Kobila 1923 42°31′46″N 22°13′50″E / 42.52944°N 22.23056°E / 42.52944; 22.23056 Vranje
Bić[1] Golet 1386 43°34′11″N 19°29′22″E / 43.56972°N 19.48944°E / 43.56972; 19.48944 Priboj
Blagaja[1] Ravni krš 844 43°46′23″N 20°00′54″E / 43.77306°N 20.015°E / 43.77306; 20.015 Arilje
Bobija[5] Tornička Bobija 1272 44°11′46″N 19°33′16″E / 44.19611°N 19.55444°E / 44.19611; 19.55444 Ljubovija
Boranja Crni vrh 856 44°22′34″N 19°15′32″E / 44.37611°N 19.25889°E / 44.37611; 19.25889 Krupanj
Bukulja Bukulja 696 44°17′55″N 20°31′45″E / 44.29861°N 20.52917°E / 44.29861; 20.52917 Aranđelovac
Bukovik[1][3] 894 43°41′30″N 21°38′08″E / 43.69167°N 21.63556°E / 43.69167; 21.63556 Ražanj
Cer Cer 687 44°36′11″N 19°29′39″E / 44.60306°N 19.49417°E / 44.60306; 19.49417 Šabac
. 593 44°37′17″N 19°25′46″E / 44.62139°N 19.42944°E / 44.62139; 19.42944 Šabac
Crni Vrh (Jagodina) Crni vrh 707 44°00′32″N 21°06′41″E / 44.00889°N 21.11139°E / 44.00889; 21.11139 Jagodina
Crni Vrh (Bor) Crni vrh 1043 44°07′50″N 21°57′51″E / 44.13056°N 21.96417°E / 44.13056; 21.96417 Bor
Crnokosa[6] . 809 43°58′03″N 19°54′59″E / 43.9675°N 19.91639°E / 43.9675; 19.91639 Kosjerić
Crnoljeva Garamele 1160 42°24′43″N 20°58′02″E / 42.41194°N 20.96722°E / 42.41194; 20.96722 Štimlje
Gradina 1055 42°28′48″N 20°51′01″E / 42.48°N 20.85028°E / 42.48; 20.85028 Mališevo
Čemernik[1] Vrlo osoje 1638 42°44′06″N 22°16′38″E / 42.735°N 22.27722°E / 42.735; 22.27722 Surdulica
Čemernica[1][7] Bela stena 1482 43°31′16″N 19°59′10″E / 43.52111°N 19.98611°E / 43.52111; 19.98611 Ivanjica
Čemerno Smrdljuč 1579 43°34′57″N 20°25′33″E / 43.5825°N 20.42583°E / 43.5825; 20.42583 Ivanjica
Deli Jovan Crni vrh 1136 44°13′15″N 22°13′02″E / 44.22083°N 22.21722°E / 44.22083; 22.21722 Negotin
Devica Čapljinac 1187 43°35′38″N 21°56′39″E / 43.59389°N 21.94417°E / 43.59389; 21.94417 Sokobanja
Drmanovina[6] Grad 1022 43°58′52″N 19°49′53″E / 43.98111°N 19.83139°E / 43.98111; 19.83139 Kosjerić
Dukat (mountain)[1][8] Crnook 1881 42°25′31″N 22°23′26″E / 42.42528°N 22.39056°E / 42.42528; 22.39056 Bosilegrad
Fruška Gora Crveni Čot 538 45°09′07″N 19°42′48″E / 45.15194°N 19.71333°E / 45.15194; 19.71333 Beočin
Iriški Venac 516 45°09′32″N 19°52′04″E / 45.15889°N 19.86778°E / 45.15889; 19.86778 Irig
Gajeva planina[1] Timor 1280 43°35′25″N 19°19′56″E / 43.59028°N 19.33222°E / 43.59028; 19.33222 Priboj
Giljeva[1][9] Jelenak 1617 43°10′45″N 19°54′24″E / 43.17917°N 19.90667°E / 43.17917; 19.90667 Sjenica
Gledić mountains Crni vrh 895 43°51′42″N 20°54′21″E / 43.86167°N 20.90583°E / 43.86167; 20.90583 Kragujevac
Samar 922 43°45′03″N 20°57′03″E / 43.75083°N 20.95083°E / 43.75083; 20.95083 Trstenik
Gloška planina[1] Mečit 1756 42°31′41″N 22°22′32″E / 42.52806°N 22.37556°E / 42.52806; 22.37556 Bosilegrad
Goč[1][10] Ljukten 1216 43°32′11″N 20°50′44″E / 43.53639°N 20.84556°E / 43.53639; 20.84556 Vrnjačka Banja
Golija Crni vrh 1795 43°18′44″N 20°23′27″E / 43.31222°N 20.39083°E / 43.31222; 20.39083 Raška
Jankov kamen 1833 43°20′16″N 20°16′36″E / 43.33778°N 20.27667°E / 43.33778; 20.27667 Ivanjica
Golubac Stanojev vrh 733 43°44′11″N 20°11′53″E / 43.73639°N 20.19806°E / 43.73639; 20.19806 Guča
Goljak Novakova 1101 42°43′43″N 21°32′31″E / 42.72861°N 21.54194°E / 42.72861; 21.54194 Sijarinska Banja
Velja glava 1181 42°41′30″N 21°41′21″E / 42.69167°N 21.68917°E / 42.69167; 21.68917 Sijarinska Banja
Gramada[1] Vrtop 1721 42°47′33″N 22°22′20″E / 42.7925°N 22.37222°E / 42.7925; 22.37222 Surdulica
Greben[1][11] Beženište 1338 42°56′54″N 22°38′29″E / 42.94833°N 22.64139°E / 42.94833; 22.64139 Dimitrovgrad
Grot[4] Grot 1327 42°37′30″N 21°54′30″E / 42.625°N 21.90833°E / 42.625; 21.90833 Vranje
Gučevo Crni Vrh 779 44°28′50″N 19°11′04″E / 44.48056°N 19.18444°E / 44.48056; 19.18444 Loznica
Hajla Hajla 2403 42°45′25″N 20°08′21″E / 42.75694°N 20.13917°E / 42.75694; 20.13917 Peć
Homolje mountains[12] Veliki Vukan 825 44°17′57″N 21°32′14″E / 44.29917°N 21.53722°E / 44.29917; 21.53722 Petrovac na Mlavi
Vranj 884 44°19′57″N 21°36′53″E / 44.3325°N 21.61472°E / 44.3325; 21.61472 Petrovac na Mlavi
Štubej 940 44°21′31″N 21°37′46″E / 44.35861°N 21.62944°E / 44.35861; 21.62944 Petrovac na Mlavi
Hum[1] Gradina 1502 43°00′43″N 20°13′00″E / 43.01194°N 20.2166667°E / 43.01194; 20.2166667 Tutin
Jablanik[13] Jablanik 1274 44°10′35″N 19°40′00″E / 44.17639°N 19.6666667°E / 44.17639; 19.6666667 Valjevo
Jadovnik[9] Katunić 1734 43°16′36″N 19°50′00″E / 43.27667°N 19.8333333°E / 43.27667; 19.8333333 Sjenica
Jagodnja Košutnja Stopa 939 44°20′39″N 19°17′37″E / 44.34417°N 19.29361°E / 44.34417; 19.29361 Krupanj
Jarut[1] Markov vrh 1428 43°03′54″N 20°14′42″E / 43.065°N 20.245°E / 43.065; 20.245 Tutin
Javor Vasilin vrh 1519 43°26′29″N 20°03′16″E / 43.44139°N 20.05444°E / 43.44139; 20.05444 Sjenica
Javorište Oštri kamen 1213 44°01′57″N 21°47′29″E / 44.0325°N 21.79139°E / 44.0325; 21.79139 Resavica
Javorje[1] Ober 1486 43°32′32″N 19°17′43″E / 43.54222°N 19.29528°E / 43.54222; 19.29528 Priboj
Jelica Crna Stena 929 43°47′34″N 20°21′36″E / 43.79278°N 20.36°E / 43.79278; 20.36 Čačak
Jelova Gora Đakov kamen 1011 43°56′59″N 19°46′27″E / 43.94972°N 19.77417°E / 43.94972; 19.77417 Užice
Ješevac[14] Crni vrh 902 44°04′55″N 20°32′45″E / 44.08194°N 20.54583°E / 44.08194; 20.54583 Gornji Milanovac
Jezerska planina Ostrvica 2092 42°14′29″N 20°54′51″E / 42.24139°N 20.91417°E / 42.24139; 20.91417 Prizren
Karadino 1656 42°18′01″N 21°02′3″E / 42.30028°N 21.03417°E / 42.30028; 21.03417 Štrpce
Bukova glava 1677 42°19′35″N 20°58′4″E / 42.32639°N 20.96778°E / 42.32639; 20.96778 Suva Reka
Studenica 1723 42°18′37″N 20°59′1″E / 42.31028°N 20.98361°E / 42.31028; 20.98361 Suva Reka
Ježevac[15] 675 44°15′53″N 21°31′02″E / 44.26472°N 21.51722°E / 44.26472; 21.51722 Petrovac na Mlavi
Juhor Veliki Vetren 774 43°48′44″N 21°15′51″E / 43.81222°N 21.26417°E / 43.81222; 21.26417 Paraćin
Kablar . 889 43°54′48″N 20°11′05″E / 43.91333°N 20.18472°E / 43.91333; 20.18472 Čačak
Kopaonik Oštro Koplje 1789 43°01′10″N 21°00′59″E / 43.01944°N 21.01639°E / 43.01944; 21.01639 Podujevo
Pančićev Vrh 2016 43°16′05″N 20°49′35″E / 43.26806°N 20.82639°E / 43.26806; 20.82639 Raška
Šatorica 1750 43°06′41″N 20°58′28″E / 43.11139°N 20.97444°E / 43.11139; 20.97444 Leposavić
Koritnik Koritnik 2393 42°04′50″N 20°33′24″E / 42.08056°N 20.55667°E / 42.08056; 20.55667 Prizren
Kosmaj Kosmaj 626 44°27′56″N 20°33′56″E / 44.46556°N 20.56556°E / 44.46556; 20.56556 Mladenovac
Kotlenik Veliki Vrh 749 43°50′35″N 20°40′43″E / 43.84306°N 20.67861°E / 43.84306; 20.67861 Kraljevo
Kozjak[1] Virovi 1283 42°18′37″N 21°55′42″E / 42.31028°N 21.92833°E / 42.31028; 21.92833 Bujanovac
Koznica Grbeš 1230 42°39′32″N 21°22′30″E / 42.65889°N 21.375°E / 42.65889; 21.375 Novo Brdo
Krstac[1][16] Đava 699 43°47′39″N 20°11′38″E / 43.79417°N 20.19389°E / 43.79417; 20.19389 Guča
Kruševica[1][3] Vita kruška 913 43°02′22″N 22°10′38″E / 43.03944°N 22.17722°E / 43.03944; 22.17722 Vlasotince
Kučajske planine Velika Tresta 1284 44°05′10″N 21°49′25″E / 44.08611°N 21.82361°E / 44.08611; 21.82361 Zlot
Koprivno brdo 1063 43°56′26″N 21°43′58″E / 43.94056°N 21.73278°E / 43.94056; 21.73278 Senjski Rudnik
Pozerak 1049 44°02′11″N 21°39′46″E / 44.03639°N 21.66278°E / 44.03639; 21.66278 Resavica
Kukavica[17] Vlajna 1442 42°47′29″N 21°56′47″E / 42.79139°N 21.94639°E / 42.79139; 21.94639 Vladičin Han
Kukutnica[7] . 1382 43°35′58″N 20°01′59″E / 43.59944°N 20.03306°E / 43.59944; 20.03306 Ivanjica
Lepa Gora[1] Crna čuka 1196 43°14′48″N 21°07′20″E / 43.24667°N 21.12222°E / 43.24667; 21.12222 Kuršumlija
Liškovac[1] Veliki Liškovac 803 44°27′09″N 22°01′17″E / 44.4525°N 22.02139°E / 44.4525; 22.02139 Majdanpek
Mali Jastrebac Kupinjak 948 43°23′38″N 21°37′42″E / 43.39389°N 21.62833°E / 43.39389; 21.62833 Niš
Mali Krš[1] Garvan 929 44°17′08″N 22°00′58″E / 44.28556°N 22.01611°E / 44.28556; 22.01611 Majdanpek
Malić[7] . 1100 43°38′56″N 20°06′11″E / 43.64889°N 20.10306°E / 43.64889; 20.10306 Ivanjica
Malinik[1][18] Veliki Malinik 1158 44°04′59″N 21°49′26″E / 44.08306°N 21.82389°E / 44.08306; 21.82389 Zlot
Mali Malinik 1019 43°59′09″N 21°54′19″E / 43.98583°N 21.90528°E / 43.98583; 21.90528 Zlot
Maljen[19] Crni vrh 1096 44°05′46″N 19°59′51″E / 44.09611°N 19.9975°E / 44.09611; 19.9975 Valjevo
Kraljev Sto 1103 44°07′08″N 20°01′22″E / 44.11889°N 20.02278°E / 44.11889; 20.02278 Valjevo
Medvednik[20] . 1247 44°12′37″N 19°38′12″E / 44.21028°N 19.63667°E / 44.21028; 19.63667 Valjevo
Milevska planina[1] Krvavi kamik 1738 42°33′54″N 22°26′22″E / 42.565°N 22.43944°E / 42.565; 22.43944 Bosilegrad
Miroč Štrbac 768 44°35′31″N 22°16′45″E / 44.59194°N 22.27917°E / 44.59194; 22.27917 Donji Milanovac
. 560 44°40′38″N 22°25′40″E / 44.67722°N 22.42778°E / 44.67722; 22.42778 Tekija
Mokra Gora Novi Vrh 1806 42°50′00″N 20°26′50″E / 42.8333333°N 20.44722°E / 42.8333333; 20.44722 Peć
Pogled 2154 42°49′54″N 20°22′03″E / 42.83167°N 20.3675°E / 42.83167; 20.3675 Peć
Ruica 1814 42°51′58″N 20°33′09″E / 42.86611°N 20.5525°E / 42.86611; 20.5525 Peć
Mučanj[7] Klekov Vrh (Jerinin grad) 1532 43°32′42″N 20°02′04″E / 43.545°N 20.03444°E / 43.545; 20.03444 Ivanjica
Murtenica Brijač 1480 43°35′23″N 19°47′32″E / 43.58972°N 19.79222°E / 43.58972; 19.79222 Nova Varoš
Nerodimka Kula 1544 42°18′37″N 21°03′5″E / 42.31028°N 21.05139°E / 42.31028; 21.05139 Uroševac
Ninaja Homer 1462 43°10′08″N 20°13′19″E / 43.16889°N 20.22194°E / 43.16889; 20.22194 Novi Pazar
Oblik[4] Oblik 1310 42°38′35″N 21°55′07″E / 42.64306°N 21.91861°E / 42.64306; 21.91861 Vranje
Ovčar . 985 43°53′48″N 20°12′50″E / 43.89667°N 20.21389°E / 43.89667; 20.21389 Čačak
Ostrozub[1] . 1546 42°52′56″N 22°14′51″E / 42.88222°N 22.2475°E / 42.88222; 22.2475 Crna Trava
Ozren (Pešter)[1][9] Orlovača 1693 43°14′42″N 19°50′47″E / 43.245°N 19.84639°E / 43.245; 19.84639 Sjenica
Kamarišta 1641 43°13′47″N 19°50′36″E / 43.22972°N 19.84333°E / 43.22972; 19.84333 Sjenica
Ozren (Sokobanja)[21] Leskovik 1174 43°35′02″N 21°50′41″E / 43.58389°N 21.84472°E / 43.58389; 21.84472 Sokobanja
Pasjača[1] . 971 43°09′54″N 21°37′19″E / 43.165°N 21.62194°E / 43.165; 21.62194 Žitorađa
Paštrik . 1986 42°12′39″N 20°31′26″E / 42.21083°N 20.52389°E / 42.21083; 20.52389 Prizren
Pljačkovica[4] Pljačkovica 1231 42°35′26″N 21°53′59″E / 42.59056°N 21.89972°E / 42.59056; 21.89972 Vranje
Pobijenik[1][22] Borak 1423 43°28′45″N 19°32′48″E / 43.47917°N 19.54667°E / 43.47917; 19.54667 Prijepolje
Povlen Mali Povlen 1347 44°07′49″N 19°44′31″E / 44.13028°N 19.74194°E / 44.13028; 19.74194 Valjevo
Prokletije Đeravica 2656 42°32′01″N 20°08′40″E / 42.53361°N 20.14444°E / 42.53361; 20.14444 Peć
Žuti kamen 2522 42°39′40″N 20°08′20″E / 42.66111°N 20.13889°E / 42.66111; 20.13889 Peć
Radan Šopot 1408 43°00′12″N 21°29′48″E / 43.00333°N 21.49667°E / 43.00333; 21.49667 Kuršumlija
Radočelo Krivača 1643 43°28′27″N 20°28′21″E / 43.47417°N 20.4725°E / 43.47417; 20.4725 Baljevac
Ravna Gora 1496 43°18′12″N 19°32′27″E / 43.30333°N 19.54083°E / 43.30333; 19.54083 Prijepolje
Ravna planina[1][10] Crni vrh 1542 43°31′21″N 20°46′46″E / 43.5225°N 20.77944°E / 43.5225; 20.77944 Vrnjačka Banja
Rgajska planina . 1017 43°07′14″N 21°31′59″E / 43.12056°N 21.53306°E / 43.12056; 21.53306 Prokuplje
Rogozna Crni vrh 1479 43°00′52″N 20°34′48″E / 43.01444°N 20.58°E / 43.01444; 20.58 Novi Pazar
Rožanj[1][3] Veliki vrh 897 43°43′02″N 21°41′37″E / 43.71722°N 21.69361°E / 43.71722; 21.69361 Ražanj
Rtanj Šiljak 1565 43°46′34″N 21°53′36″E / 43.77611°N 21.89333°E / 43.77611; 21.89333 Sokobanja
Rudnik[14] Cvijićev Vrh 1132 44°07′53″N 20°32′25″E / 44.13139°N 20.54028°E / 44.13139; 20.54028 Gornji Milanovac
Ruj[23] Crni vrh 1463 42°55′06″N 22°29′47″E / 42.91833°N 22.49639°E / 42.91833; 22.49639 Babušnica
Ruj 1706 42°51′46″N 22°34′32″E / 42.86278°N 22.57556°E / 42.86278; 22.57556 Babušnica
Rujan[1] Kalje 968 42°21′58″N 21°49′06″E / 42.36611°N 21.81833°E / 42.36611; 21.81833 Bujanovac
Samanjac[1] . 853 43°47′41″N 21°40′51″E / 43.79472°N 21.68083°E / 43.79472; 21.68083 Boljevac
Seličevica[1][3] Velika Tumba 903 43°14′10″N 21°58′12″E / 43.23611°N 21.97°E / 43.23611; 21.97 Niš
Slemen[1] . 1099 43°41′23″N 22°03′17″E / 43.68972°N 22.05472°E / 43.68972; 22.05472 Knjaževac
Sokolovica [1] Sokolovac 1260 43°02′00″N 21°28′41″E / 43.0333333°N 21.47806°E / 43.0333333; 21.47806 Prolom Banja
Sokolska planina Rožanj 973 44°16′58″N 19°27′35″E / 44.28278°N 19.45972°E / 44.28278; 19.45972 Krupanj
Stara planina Midžor 2168 43°23′42″N 22°40′57″E / 43.395°N 22.6825°E / 43.395; 22.6825 Pirot
Stol . 1155 44°10′38″N 22°08′21″E / 44.17722°N 22.13917°E / 44.17722; 22.13917 Bor
Stolovi[1][10] Čiker 1375 43°36′32″N 20°36′40″E / 43.60889°N 20.61111°E / 43.60889; 20.61111 Kraljevo
Streočka planina . 2377 42°35′55″N 20°14′07″E / 42.59861°N 20.23528°E / 42.59861; 20.23528 Peć
Koprivnik 2461 42°37′12″N 20°12′42″E / 42.62°N 20.21167°E / 42.62; 20.21167 Peć
Studena planina[1][10] Kavgalija 1355 43°31′32″N 20°40′48″E / 43.52556°N 20.68°E / 43.52556; 20.68 Kraljevo
Subjel[6][24] Subjel 924 44°00′52″N 19°58′59″E / 44.01444°N 19.98306°E / 44.01444; 19.98306 Kosjerić
Suva Planina [25] Trem 1809 43°10′57″N 22°10′16″E / 43.1825°N 22.17111°E / 43.1825; 22.17111 Gadžin Han
Golaš 1456 43°10′54″N 22°14′48″E / 43.18167°N 22.24667°E / 43.18167; 22.24667 Bela Palanka
Golemo Stražište 1713 43°08′38″N 22°12′54″E / 43.14389°N 22.215°E / 43.14389; 22.215 Bela Palanka
Suvobor[14] Rajac 847 44°08′13″N 20°13′17″E / 44.13694°N 20.22139°E / 44.13694; 20.22139 Gornji Milanovac
Suvobor 866 44°07′16″N 20°10′54″E / 44.12111°N 20.18167°E / 44.12111; 20.18167 Gornji Milanovac
Svrljig Mountains[1][26] Pleš 1267 43°21′14″N 22°09′52″E / 43.35389°N 22.16444°E / 43.35389; 22.16444 Niška Banja
Zeleni vrh 1334 43°19′50″N 22°15′09″E / 43.33056°N 22.2525°E / 43.33056; 22.2525 Svrljig
Šar planina Vrtop 2555 42°05′55″N 20°50′05″E / 42.09861°N 20.83472°E / 42.09861; 20.83472 Prizren
Peskovi 2651 42°08′29″N 20°59′00″E / 42.14139°N 20.9833333°E / 42.14139; 20.9833333 Prizren
Crni Vrh 2585 42°07′42″N 20°55′28″E / 42.12833°N 20.92444°E / 42.12833; 20.92444 Prizren
Ljuboten 2498 42°12′28″N 21°07′29″E / 42.20778°N 21.12472°E / 42.20778; 21.12472 Uroševac
Široka planina[1] Kopljača 1345 42°19′27″N 22°02′02″E / 42.32417°N 22.03389°E / 42.32417; 22.03389 Trgovište
Šomrda . 803 44°32′23″N 21°58′58″E / 44.53972°N 21.98278°E / 44.53972; 21.98278 Lepenski Vir
Tara Kozji rid 1591 43°54′24″N 19°18′18″E / 43.90667°N 19.305°E / 43.90667; 19.305 Bajina Bašta
Zborište 1544 43°50′54″N 19°27′34″E / 43.84833°N 19.45944°E / 43.84833; 19.45944 Bajina Bašta
Troglav[1] Kom 1178 43°38′26″N 20°29′11″E / 43.64056°N 20.48639°E / 43.64056; 20.48639 Kraljevo
Tupižnica[1][27] Bučanski kamen 1160 43°42′11″N 22°09′06″E / 43.70306°N 22.15167°E / 43.70306; 22.15167 Boljevac
Glogovački vrh 1160 43°43′44″N 22°09′42″E / 43.72889°N 22.16167°E / 43.72889; 22.16167 Boljevac
Vardenik[1] Veliki Strešer 1874 42°37′36″N 22°16′02″E / 42.62667°N 22.26722°E / 42.62667; 22.26722 Surdulica
Vlaška planina[1][11] Panica 1443 42°59′12″N 22°35′16″E / 42.98667°N 22.58778°E / 42.98667; 22.58778 Dimitrovgrad
Veliki Greben[1] Crni vrh 656 44°21′18″N 22°14′45″E / 44.355°N 22.24583°E / 44.355; 22.24583 Donji Milanovac
Veliki Jastrebac Velika Đulica 1491 43°23′31″N 21°26′57″E / 43.39194°N 21.44917°E / 43.39194; 21.44917 Kruševac
Bela Stena 1256 43°26′19″N 21°24′57″E / 43.43861°N 21.41583°E / 43.43861; 21.41583 Kruševac
Veliki Krš Veliki krš 1148 44°10′15″N 22°05′16″E / 44.17083°N 22.08778°E / 44.17083; 22.08778 Bor
Venčac . 659 44°15′45″N 20°35′34″E / 44.2625°N 20.59278°E / 44.2625; 20.59278 Aranđelovac
Vidojevica[1][28] Bandera 1155 43°08′29″N 21°33′21″E / 43.14139°N 21.55583°E / 43.14139; 21.55583 Prokuplje
Vlašić . 463 44°28′01″N 19°34′55″E / 44.46694°N 19.58194°E / 44.46694; 19.58194 Osečina
. 474 44°22′45″N 19°48′22″E / 44.37917°N 19.80611°E / 44.37917; 19.80611 Osečina
Vršački breg Gudurički vrh 639 45°08′14″N 21°24′44″E / 45.13722°N 21.41222°E / 45.13722; 21.41222 Vršac
Vujan Veliki Vujan 855 43°58′20″N 20°28′09″E / 43.97222°N 20.46917°E / 43.97222; 20.46917 Gornji Milanovac
Zladovska planina[4] Koćurica 1568 42°25′20″N 22°06′35″E / 42.42222°N 22.10972°E / 42.42222; 22.10972 Trgovište
Zlatar Velika Krševa 1625 43°24′32″N 19°47′33″E / 43.40889°N 19.7925°E / 43.40889; 19.7925 Prijepolje
Zlatibor Čigota 1422 43°38′53″N 19°46′41″E / 43.64806°N 19.77806°E / 43.64806; 19.77806 Užice
Tornik 1496 43°39′15″N 19°38′39″E / 43.65417°N 19.64417°E / 43.65417; 19.64417 Priboj
Zvijezda Veliki Stolac 1675 43°54′50″N 19°17′08″E / 43.91389°N 19.28556°E / 43.91389; 19.28556 Višegrad
Žar planina Pljoš 1694 42°16′17″N 20°57′01″E / 42.27139°N 20.95028°E / 42.27139; 20.95028 Suva Reka
Željin[1][29] Željin 1784 43°28′44″N 20°48′18″E / 43.47889°N 20.805°E / 43.47889; 20.805 Vrnjačka Banja
Žljeb Rusulija 2381 42°45′02″N 20°14′55″E / 42.75056°N 20.24861°E / 42.75056; 20.24861 Peć

Peaks over 2000 meters

The following lists only those mountain peaks which reach over 2000 meters in height.[30] Shaded lines indicate that the peak is in Kosovo.

Peak Mountain Height (m)
Đeravica Prokletije 2656
Peskovi Šar-planina 2651
Bistra Šar-planina 2609
Crni vrh Šar-planina 2585
Vrtop Šar-planina 2555
Gusan Prokletije 2539
Bogdaš Prokletije 2533
Žuti kamen Prokletije 2522
Marijaš Prokletije 2510
Rops Bogićevica 2501
Ljuboten Šar-planina 2498
Maja Šar-planina 2493
Veternik Koprivnik 2461
Hajla Hajla 2403
Koritnik Koritnik 2393
Rusulija Žljeb mountain 2381
Streoc Streočka planina 2377
Tromeđa Prokletije 2366
Žljeb Žljeb 2365
Rаsa e Žogit Junik Mountains 2305
Ošljak Ošljak 2212
Kačina glava Šar-planina 2207
Ovčinec Šar-planina 2177
Midžor Stara planina 2168
Pogled Mokra gora 2154
Bandera[citation needed] Suva planina (Pećka) 2098
Ostrvica Ostrvica (Jezerska planina) 2092
Šerupa Šar-planina 2092
Dupljak Stara planina 2032
Murga Šar-planina 2025
Pančićev vrh Kopaonik 2017
Volujak Paklen (Pećki) 2014

Notes and references

Notes
a.   ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Serbia and the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo. The latter declared independence on 17 February 2008, while Serbia claims it as part of its own sovereign territory. Its independence is recognised by 85 UN member states.
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