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The Best Of The Via Dinarica


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Stunning mountainous landscapes in Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro


Start Tirana, Albania

Drive to Komani Lake; scenic ferry journey, followed by a walk to Tropoje Village

Through Tropoje Valley, following the river to Sylbice

Cross the border into Kosovo; trek through green alpine pastures to Belegu

Walk along ridges to the shepherd village of Milisevac

Trek to Lumbardhi ridge; descend to Rugova Camp Hotel and continue to Reka e Allages

To Boge via Mt Hajla (2403m)

Transfer to Kuqishte; trek to Babino Polje, Montenegro

Trek to Hrid Lake in Prokletije National Park; continue to Plav

Transfer to Gradec; trek to Vuthaj via Bor Peak (2106m)

Trek to the glacial lakes of Jezerca

Drive to Prizren and onto Rubik; short afternoon walk. 

Drive to Tirana; free afternoon

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Discover a network of old shepherd trails as we traverse through high alpine mountains, taking in vibrant forests and glacial lakes. The Via Dinarica trail spans nearly 2000km across Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Serbia, Albania and Macedonia. This epic route cannot be completed in two weeks, so we explore the southern part of the Via Dinarica. The mountains encircling Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro offer some of the most remote and wild scenery. Picturesque mountain villages are inhabited by agricultural communities, where farming practices and traditional shepherd life have been preserved for generations. We enjoy breathtaking views as we cross remote borders with time to soak up the traditional shepherd mountain life along the way. With a slew of awards - Via Dinarica was National Geographic Traveller's "Best of the World" destination for 2017 - this is guaranteed to amaze and challenge the keen trekker.


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