Megtekintve 4442 alkalommal, letöltve 296 alkalommal
közel Sina e Poshtme, Dibër (Albania)
As a consequence, the Drini road sees very little traffic, and almost no heavy trucks. This keeps the road in a fairly good condition (save for a 50 meter stretch, the spot of a landslide in 2009), and movement is swift and comfortable. Still three hours should be planned for the 42 kilometers from Arras, which is the turn off to the eastern side of the Lure National Park, up to Kolesjan where the Drini road meets the asphalt road coming from Peshkopi. This time should be budgeted because of the expected many stops for enjoying the breathtaking views - especially of the Skavicë Gorge and towards the Korab massif - and for taking photographs.
The road is fairly exposed at times and should not be taken lightly by travelers with fear of height.
The road can also be driven in reverse direction. Near Arras, one has the difficult choice to proceed to Peshkopi or to turn towards Lure (a slightly more arduous undertaking, see Wikiloc #3172077), or to go Burrel via Qafa e Murres (Wikiloc #3172322).
Many sidetrips should be possible. To venture into the Skavice Gorge would be a special challenge.