Other Tours

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Hajla Peak 2403m

Hajla is 2403m high, and to climb there a local guide is always preferred, from there you can see many peaks and cities, half belongs to Montenegro and half to Kosovo! This trail also starts from Shtupeqi i Madh and is part of international hiking trails Peaks of the Balkans and Via Dinarica, which continue from here towards Montenegro and Albanian part of Accursed Mountains.
Difficult journey
  • 21 km
  • 8 hours
  • + 603m, -603m

Liqenati Lakes Trail

20min drive on M9 west through the gorge will bring you to the starting point at 1550m altitude towards the beautiful glacial mountain lakes, part of international hiking trails Peaks of the Balkans and Via Dinarica, which continue from here towards Montenegro and Albanian part of Accursed Mountains. During the summer months you can swim in the lakes if weather permits.
Moderate Hike
  • 7 km
  • 4-5 hours
  • + 380m, -380m
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Podi Jakupit trail

10min drive up from Chalet Kujta will bring you to the starting point at 1630m altitude,also that part is known as the Summer Mountain! part of the international hiking trails Peaks of the Balkans and Via Dinarica, which continue from here towards Montenegro part of the Accursed Mountains. During the walk we will always have a view of all the mountains of Rugova and from one point we can see like Peja town,part of Gjakova and Sharri Mountains.
Moderate Journey
  • 12 km
  • 3-4 hours
  • + 540, -540m

Wolf Peak 2272m

Wolf Peak is very attractive hike and easy even for beginners,10 minutes drive from our resort by car,easy walk for about 3 hours all trip,with spectacular views of the peaks of Rugova Mountains and the Montenegro mountains and villages!
Moderate Journey
  • 11 km
  • 3-4 hours
  • + 280, -170m
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IMPORTANT

For us the tourists are very important,since we are located in a mountainous area and the most popular trails pass near our resort,for lovers of walking and exploration,If they decide to not take local guides for walking,then we donate for free: Walking sticks, Talkie walkie,(for conversation between each other) GPS (we monitor your walking in the mountains, if you deviate from the road we call you to keep you safe on the trails) and MAPS of the Mountains!

For those who adore camping, we can offer space for their placement, or if they do not have a tent we can provide you with rent!