BLOG | Looking back on three months in North Macedonia

At the end of the month I’d like to look back on where I’ve been, what I did, how I felt and what was on my mind. I haven’t been very faithful to my blog lately, think the last post was in May (oeps) and therefor I’ll squeeze three months into one post. With this slightly delayed photo journal I hope to give you an impression of my three months in Mavrovo National Park.

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Dark thoughts, Macedonian mountains

The Macedonian Traverse is a hiking trail through the mountains of Western Macedonia. It runs from mountain hut Ljuboten to Crvena Voda or Ohrid if you don’t mind a roadhike at the end. Some see it as an extension of the Via Dinarica or promote it like that, but the Macedonian Traverse has an history of its own. In 1975 a bunch of Macedonian mountaineers set the trail as the “First Macedonian Traverse” or “Prva Makedonska Transverzala”. There’s a documentary of their undertaking where they (try to) hike the traverse in summer ánd winter.

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