The walking trails of Krka National Park and the stunning viewpoints are the best way to see the landscape and wealth of flora and fauna of the aquatic and terrestrial habitats, and to get a true experience of nature that encompasses all the senses.
The trails are equipped with educational panels providing detailed information about the plant and animal life in the park, and the cultural and historical points of interest. There are three circular trails: Skradinski buk (1900 m), Roški Slap (1360 m) and Krka Monastery (2100 m). A walking/cycling trail also leads to Skradinski buk from the Skradin bridge (3400 m), while from Lozovac, it is possible to take a forest trail (875 m) down to the park's longest waterfall.
The shortest trail is 300 m long and leads to Bilušića buk, while the longest trail is Stinice-Roški slap-Oziđana pećina and covers 8.5 kilometres. The trail with viewpoint (360 m) leads to Manojlovac, the tallest waterfall on the Krka River. The beauty of rock and the fortress arising from it, Ključica, can be admired from the trails (1450 m) that leads from Brnjica to the Čikola River or along the opposite side of the canyon, the Ključica trail (1600) leads to a viewpoint with a spectacular view. There are three additional viewpoints in this stunning landscape shaped by the Krka and Čikola Rivers: at Bilušića buk, Brljan falls, and in Krnići Gornji, which overlooks the confluence of the Krka and Čikola Rivers.