Hiking and Trekking map for Prokletije Planina ( Prokletije Mountain), Đeravica Summit, Ljumbardska Planina, Junicka Planina, Streocka Planina, Bogicevica, Koprivnik, Rugovska klisura in Serbia, Kosovo, 1:25 000
Scale: 1: 25.000 / Product No 629-3-4 Pec
Size: 48.5 x 68 cm
Legend: Serbian language.
All letterings are in Latin.
1. 629-3-4 ( 1/4 of the size of map 629-3, See MAP COVERAGE)
2. Serbian-Albanian border, Prokletije Mountain
3. Peak Djeravica, 2656m
Info about the mountains:
Đeravica (Albanian: Gjeravica; Serbian Cyrillic: €åðàâèöà) is the highest mountain peak in Kosovo[a] and the second highest of the Prokletije and the entire Dinaric Alps chain. It has an altitude of 2,656 m (8,714 ft), although it could be 2,667m as new GPS readings say. Located in north-western Kosovo near the Albanian border, it is only surpassed by the Maja Jezercë peak in Albania, which at 2,694 m (8,839 ft) is the highest point of the entire Dinaric Alps.
Between 1992 and 2006 it was the highest mountain peak in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and then in the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro. According to the position of considering Kosovo as part of Serbia sovereign territory, Đeravica is Serbia's highest point also.
It is somewhat different from the rest of the Prokletije mountains because of the lack of a stony, limestone texture the mountains in Prokletije have. This makes it much more easier for people to climb it. Many large and small glacial lakes can be found near the summit. The largest of the lakes is Đeravica Lake which is just under the summit and is the origin of the Erenik river.
Deravica in SummitPost und Wikipedia.
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