Dangerous old curvy mountainous road which rarely permit speeds over 30km/h., located in Montenegro, with a total length of 44.9km, between the cities of Cetinje and Kotor. The road still remains an adrenaline- pumping journey and is definitely not for the faint of lungs, heart, or legs. A quick glance at the map, at its sheer drops and serpentine twists and turns, confirms that this is no hype.
Durmitor is a mountain and the name of a national park in Montenegro. It reaches a height of 2,522 meters (Bobotov Kuk).
Spectacular and dangerous mountain road in Montenegro, with a total length of 88.5km, between the cities of Kolašin and Zabljak.
Roads in Montenegro are often poorly maintained, especially in rural areas. Dangerous areas for road travel include a road through the Moraca Canyon, north of Podgorica. This twisting, two-lane road is especially overcrowded in the summer, and is the site of frequent rockslides. In the winter, the Moraca Canyon and northern parts of Montenegro are covered with snow, which may slow traffic and make the road hazardous.
M-2.3 is a curvy mountainous road which rarely permit speeds over 50km/h., located in Montenegro, with a total length of 28.9km, between the cities of Cetinje and Budva.
Spectacular and dangerous mountain road in Montenegro, with a length of 48.2km, between Zabljak and Suvodo, going through the Durmitor National Park.
E65, between the cities of Podgorica and Kolašin, is an extremely dangerous road in Montenegro, with a length of 68.9km.
On June 23, 2013, at least 18 people, all Romanians, were killed and another 30 wounded in a bus crash near Podgorica in Moraca Canyon, Montenegro. The bus, with registration plate number B 123 MMJ, skidded off the road, crashing into a ravine about 40 m below.
Moraca Canyon Road (E65) is a 47km corridor for the main road leading from Montenegro's coast and Podgorica to northern Montenegro and Serbia. Heading north from Podgorica it doesn’t take long before the scenery becomes breathtaking. The highway gets progressively more precarious as it follows the Morača River into a nearly perpendicular canyon, 300m to 400m deep. If you’re driving, pull over into one of the viewing areas to enjoy it properly as this is an extremely busy and unforgiving stretch of road. This road is considered very dangerous, and will likely be bypassed in future by a motorway which is currently being planned.
The Monastery of Ostrog, the biggest religious sanctuary in Montenegro and one of the most well-known in Southern Europe, is situated high on a rocky mountain massif, often veiled by clouds and fog. The last few miles are best travelled in a local taxi, due to the sharp corners as the road meanders up the mountain.
The Adriatic Highway is a road that stretches along the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea and is part of the European route E65. The road passes principally through Croatia, with smaller stretches through Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.
In the far western corner of Kosovo, beyond the town of Peja (or Peć, as it is known to Serbs), there’s a narrow pass that enters one of the most spectacular areas in the Balkans: the Rugova Gorge, where granite walls vault 609 meters/2,000 feet above the Drini River. The gorge is traversed by M9 road. This gorge runs due west from Peja to the Montenegren border.
SH20 is a mountain road in northwestern part of Albania with a length of 20.7 miles. The road starts in Hani i Hotit, where a border crossing point between Albania and Montenegro is situated and ends in Vermosh, the northernmost village of Albania, located in the rural Kelmend municipality.
Mateševo- Andrijevica is a 21.8mi asphalted road, located Montenegro, linking Mateševo, in north, with Andrijevica, in east.
Komovi Mountain is one of the three most impressive and most magnificent mountain ranges of Montenegro and also of Dinaric Alps - Dinarides. Komovi Mountain is situated in the eastern Montenegro and stretches between the farthest upstream parts of the Lim River to the east and the Tara River on the west, to Drcka River to the north and Prokletije ranges to the south.