Kosovo

Rugova Gorge road

Rugova Gorge: a narrow winding road through a canyon

In the far western corner of Kosovo, beyond the town of Peja (or Peć, as it is known to Serbs), there’s a narrow pass that enters one of the most spectacular areas in the Balkans: the Rugova Gorge, where granite walls vault 609 meters (2,000 feet) above the Drini River. The gorge is traversed by the infamous M9 road. This gorge runs due west from Peja to the Montenegrin border.

Restelicë-Volkovija border

A gravel road to the Restelicë-Volkovija border

The Restelicë-Volkovija border is an international high mountain border at an elevation of 1.628m (5,341ft) above the sea level located in the Kosovo-Macedonia border.

Pančić's Peak

Road trip guide: Conquering Pančić's Peak

Pančić's Peak is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 2.017m (6,617ft) above the sea level, located on the border of Serbia and Kosovo.

Qafa e Morinës

Qafa e Morinës, a paved border road in the Albanian mountains

Qafa e Morinës (Qafë Morinë) is an international mountain pass at an elevation of 563m (1,847ft) located along the border between Albania and Kosovo.

Gemitaš

The road to Gemitaš is not for the faint of heart

Gemitaš is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 2.183m (7,162ft) above the sea level, located in Prizren District of Kosovo.