Skoðað 2201sinnum, niðurhalað 120 sinni
nálægt Boshnjak, Kukës (Albania)
This is definitely one of those trips that should be done once in a lifetime.
We hired a local driver (Izet 0682258885), who besides driving us through the steep gorges, was so zealous to show us the beauties of the Alps.
The journey starts in the village of Tropoja and snakes along Tropoja stream, a tributary of Valbona river.
The road is in bad conditions, so it is not advised to take this journey by yourself, unless you are an expert of off-roads.
After 7-8 km the road goes through a beech forest before reaching the treeless pastures of Sylbica. Here the shepherds have built their cottages for the summer camping with their livestock.
Before reaching the Doberdol pass, the traveler encounters a very beautiful waterfall and a glacial lake.
Just passing the pass on the left side, a few hundred meters on the left is Dashi Lake.
The Doberdol and Sylbica valley are almost authentic if seen from above.
On the top, right side, is the Trekufini, the peak where the border between Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania meet.
From here, the road goes along the Montenegro Albanian border before reaching Cerem.