I love it, my friend!
However, "Maja Lagojvet" sounds French.
Was it named by a Frenchman ???
Not an easy question. I tried to answer it here but it's just a guess.
I have a final question regarding this peak.
Do the Albanian peaks have lingering patches
of snow (bore) on them all year long ???
I'll answer instead of Marija again although it's her beautiful photo and not mine... oprosti, Marija :)
Yeah, Mediterranean-ish climate it may be but at this altitude all year snow patches are quite common.
Where is Marija? Please, tell her to not give
up (the ghost) on her English. : )
Cheers to all you folks on the Adriatic!
Larry of AZ
Kamil, congratulations for the ascent.
Maja e Langojvet is Albanian and means the peak of hunter's dogs, I mean gun dogs. In proper language should be Maja e Langojve but in northern dialect is Langojvet. :)
Thanks a lot Endri, also for confirming the meaning of the name! I'll add your note to my page, it needs a few updates and corrections anyway, just never have time for it... I can see from your blog that you know Bjeshket e nemuna quite well. This summer I'm going there for some more climbing so let's keep in touch.
All the best,