National Geographic has recently posted an article promoting the High Scardus Trail that goes through three countries of Western Balkan: Albania, North Macedonia, and Kosovo.
This is fantastic news! This was a project started in the era before Covid-19 and paused for some years. We are very happy that now is finalized and live. It opens up a new window for our region to attract more visitors who are interested in wild nature, locked-in time history, and promote sustainable tourism.
As the author describes it: “The 225-mile High Scardus Trail traces the borders of Kosovo, Albania, and North Macedonia down to one of the deepest, oldest lakes on the continent. At 9,000 feet, it’s a hazy realm of endless green peaks, dotted with stream-threaded pastures. Many of the paths used today were originally built by Roman caravans in the second century B.C.”
We want to meet everyone on the paths of this trail!
You can read the full article here: This hiking route explores an untouched wilderness in the Western Balkans.