Map key Overview maps Route summary table Introduction Geography and geology Historical summary National parks and nature reserves Wildlife and plants Climate When to hike Getting there and around Accommodation and food Public holidays Language Money Phones, internet and electricity Cross-border permits Local tour operators Where to start/finish Variations, transfers and highlights Trail markings Maps Equipment Water Safety in the mountains and what to do in an emergency Using this guide The Peaks of the Balkans Trail Stage 1 Theth (Albania) - Valbona (Albania) Stage 2 Valbona (Albania) - ceremi (Albania) via the Prosllopit Pass Stage 3 ceremi (Albania) - Doberdol (Albania) Stage 4 Doberdol (Albania) - Milishevc (Kosovo) Stage 5 Milishevc (Kosovo) - Reke e Allages (Kosovo) Stage 6 Reke e Allages (Kosovo) - Drelaj or Restaurant Te Liqeni (Kosovo) Stage 7 Restaurant Te Liqeni (Kosovo) - Babino polje (Montenegro) Stage 8 Babino polje (Montenegro) - Plav (Montenegro) Stage 9 Plav (Montenegro) - Vusanje (Montenegro) Stage 10 Vusanje (Montenegro) - Theth (Albania) Appendix A Useful contacts Appendix B Accommodation Appendix C Further reading Appendix D Language and glossary Appendix E History timeline
Rudolf Abraham was born in London. Since graduating in 1995, he has traveled extensively in eastern Turkey, the south Caucasus, Iran and the Central Asian republics. He lived in Croatia from 1999 to 2001, working as an English teacher in Zagreb, and has made numerous trips into the mountains of Croatia and Slovenia. Previous titles for Cicerone include Walking in Croatia, The Islands of Croatia and The Mountains of Montenegro.