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      Prokletije or Bjeshkët e Nemuna both translated as "cursed mountains"), also known as the Albanian Alps (Alpet Shqiptare) and the Accursed Mountains, is a mountain range on the western Balkan peninsula, extending from northern Albania to Kosovo[a] and eastern Montenegro. Its peak in Albania, Maja Jezercë at 2,694 m (8,839 ft), is the highest point, and the 2nd highest peak in Albania and the highest in the entire Dinaric Alps.Both the highest peak in Montenegro, Zla Kolata at 2,534 m (8,314 ft) (which is also partially in Albania) and the highest in Kosovo, Đeravica at 2,656 m (8,714 ft), are here. The highest peak in Albania, however, is Mount Korab, part of the Korab range, at 2,764 m (9,068 ft) high and in the east of the country on the border with North Macedonia (making it North Macedonia's highest point in addition).
      One of the most southernmost glacial masses in Europe, after Snezhnika glacier (latitude of 41°46′09″ N)[1] in Pirin massif in Bulgaria, was discovered, in the Albanian part of the range, in 2009.[2] The regional economy is based mainly on agriculture, emigrant remittances and tourism.The Prokletije mountains, the southernmost part of the Dinaric Alps, stretch more than 40 miles from Skadar Lake along the Montenegrin–Albanian border in the southwest to Kosovo in the northeast. These points are at 42°45' and 42°15' N in the Mediterranean zone of the western Balkan Peninsula.[7][8] The southern boundary of the Prokletije is found at the river Drin and its tributary Valbona. In a broader sense the Prokletije also include the mountain ranges to Mitrovica with the Hajla and Mokna massifs. Some authors, however, see the river Lim as the northern boundary of the Prokletije in geological terms.From Skadar lake, the mountains stretch northeast along the Cijevna river area, then curve slightly to the east in the direction of Đeravica summit above Metohija (450m) basin in Kosovo. From here, the Prokletije turn northwards over the Bogićevića massif and Čakor pass, and continue with another row of mountains. The Prokletije finish in the area of upper Ibar river valley near the city of Kosovska Mitrovica, just after the Suva Planina (1,750 m) massif that encircles Metohija basin from the north and northwest.The Prokletije are ethnographically and sociologically diverse due to many tribes living in the region as sheep herders. Names of various Albanian tribes (Hoti, Gruda, Kelmendi, Kastrati, Dukagjini, Shkreli, Shala, Nikaj, Krasniqi, Gashi and Rugova) refer to their geographical locations within the range.The Prokletije are a subrange of the 1,000 km (621 mi) long Dinaric Alps. The Prokletije are a typical high mountain range with a pronounced steep topography and glacial features. Maximum relief differences of 1800 meters are found in the Valbona, Grbaja and Ropojani and Cijevna Valley. Overhanging walls and ridges forming pointed peaks are typical of the western and central Prokletije. The eastern mountains are less rugged with lower relief. The valleys show characteristic effects of Pleistocene glaciation. Most of the area was modified by glacial activity with karstic areas in the western parts.
      The range was formed by the folding resulting from the collision of the African and Eurasian plates. Nowhere in the Balkans have glaciers left so much evidence of erosion. After the Alps, these mountains are the most glaciated in Europe south of the Scandinavian ice sheet. They have very steep limestone slopes with abundant karst features. The Prokletije is a large, rugged, pathless range. It is one of the rare mountain ranges in Europe that has not been explored entirely.In some areas, the Prokletije run almost parallel with the Šar Mountains in North Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo. This tectonic crash produced the unusual zig-zag shape of Prokletije range, and also their curving from the dominant Dinaric northwestern - southeastern direction toward the northeastern one.[9] In the western and central parts of the range the composition of the mountains is of mainly uniform with Mesozoic limestones and dolomites of the Jurassic and Cretaceous ages. In the eastern Prokletije in addition to the limestone and dolomite series, there are rocks from the late Palaeozoic and Triassic periods, medium-Triassic volcanic rocks and Jurassic metamorphic rocks.
      The Kalktafel of Prokletije is cut deeply with valleys in a variety of rock blocks of the mountains north of Përroi i Thatë, the Biga e Gimajive south of it, the Jezerca block between Shala and Valbona valley, the massif of the Maja e Hekurave, the plateau of the Maja e Kolats north of Valbona and Shkëlzen northeast of Valbona. The valleys were formed by Ice Age glaciers, which created very steep walls and hollows up to 1000 meters deep. The south wall of the Maja Harapit is 800 meters high, making it the highest rock face on the Balkan Peninsula.Although some scientific research gives the Prokletije the status of a separate mountain chain,[citation needed] in most other ways this chain is still considered the highest of all Dinaric areas, connected with the Dinaric mountain chain in terms of geology, morphology, and ethnography.
      Primary Trail Type: All-Mountain & Downhill
      eBikes Allowed: Yes
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      Total Distance
      9 miles
      Total Descent
      5,074 ft
      Total Vertical
      5,634 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      7,402 ft
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      Videos of Bjeshkët e Nemuna Mountain Bike

      Episode 237
      0:41 | 22 | Oct 19, 2020
      Episode 134 p2
      0:38 | 24 | Dec 13, 2019
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      0:46 | 20 | Aug 7, 2019

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      user #665929troubletoniriddentrailLiqeni i Kuqishtës T1
      Oct 20, 2021 @ 8:44am
      Oct 20, 2021
      user #966660andiqyqjaaddvideoEpisode 237
      Oct 19, 2020 @ 2:26am
      Oct 19, 2020
      user #966660andiqyqjaaddphoto at Liqeni i Kuqishtës T1 in Pejë, Kosovo and 15 more
      Oct 12, 2020 @ 3:08am
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      user #966660andiqyqjaaddphoto at Shtegu i Mushkave Secondary HT in Tirana, Albania and 13 more
      Sep 7, 2020 @ 2:22am
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      user #966660andiqyqjaaddvideoEpisode 134 p2
      Dec 13, 2019 @ 2:23am
      Dec 13, 2019

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      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike67 miles3,576 ft4 miles5,633 ft
      E-Bike34 miles1,506 ft2 miles4,360 ft
      Hike99 miles5,072 ft5 miles5,633 ft
      Trail Running99 miles5,072 ft5 miles5,633 ft
      Horse78 miles4,944 ft5 miles5,518 ft
      ATV/ORV/OHV13,186 ft335 ft
      Snowmobile11 mile1,184 ft1 mile1,184 ft
      Snowshoe32 miles1,699 ft2 miles1,184 ft
      Downhill Ski21 mile1,614 ft1 mile1,184 ft
      Backcountry Ski21 mile1,614 ft1 mile1,184 ft
      Nordic Ski11 mile1,184 ft1 mile1,184 ft
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