Rugova Mountains

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The Rugova Mountains are in the north-western part of Kosovo. It is a region within “Bjeshkët e Nemuna” (the Cursed Mountains), also known as the Albanian Alps. It was proclaimed a national park in 2013.
The Rugova Mountains are ranked 45 th in winter sports by the International Ski Federation. People also hike, mountaineer, paraglide, and have picnics in the area.
There are many caves, waterfalls, glacial lakes, high peaks and tunnels in Rugova. The highest peak is Hajla (2,403 m), with Volujaku almost as tall. There is a panorama of Peja from the top of "Qafa e Qyqes" (Cuchoo's Neck). Guri i Kuq (1,522 m) also offers tremendous panoramas.


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