kolargol wrote:on the map there is a very small lake north to kolo (about one kilometer from there), at 900m hight more or less and i wonder if this is the lake you'r reffering to.
kolargol wrote:besides that lake, there is another one, a bit larger, on the way north, after cafa pejes, and i thoght about sleeping there in the first night and also fill water there (i'm going to use a purifier).
kolargol wrote:i'm still not sure how much water i should carry with me. i think that 3 litters is more than enough, considering those lakes i'm about to pass on my route. but i'll be more than happy to hear your oppinion on that issue...
kolargol wrote:about the route from buni jezece to valbone, i'm thinking about going south-east bellow the ridge with the 2323m summit, from there north-east and east untill the path that goes down with the valley, and actualy it seems not so difficult from the map, but maybe i'm wrong... another guy told me that the way from buni jezerce to valbone sould'nt take more than 6 hours.
kolargol wrote:when we get to theth, is it recomended to sleep in theth or in okolj (if it's possible at all)?
kolargol wrote:can we buy food for the trek in theth, or is it better to buy food in shkodra (where we'll sleep the night before)?
kolargol wrote:the lake you wrote about (buni i gropaet) is north-east to cafa pejes, while i was reffering to the lake north to cafa pejes, at 1621m hight, and about 500m from cafa pejes to the north (is it buni i gropaet..?).
if we are not talking about the same lake (...)
kolargol wrote:than the thing is that we are not planning on climbing to jezerce or popluks, so we have no reason to go east from cafa pejes
kolargol wrote:how much time, more or less, should it take to hike from theth (or okolj) to cafa pejes?
kolargol wrote:about the posibillity of rain in the this area at july, was it raining at all in any of your trips?
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