RECONNECT WITH NATURE
Stogovo 2,318 m
“unique in its beauty”
The Stogovo Mountain is situated between the valley of the River Black Drin to the west and the River Sateska to the east. To the north and to the east Stogovo connects to Bistra Mountain, and to the south, via the peak Babin Srt (2.240 m.) it connects with the Karaorman mountain. To the north it is bounded by the Rivers Mala, Garska, and Jamska and the col Jama, and to south, through Karaorman, it reaches the Ohrid and Struga valley. To the west and southwest, the slopes of Stogovo Mountain enclose the Debar field and the valley of the River Black Drin, i.e. the Drimkol and Malesija regions, while to the east and southeast, it borders with the Kicevo valley and the northern part of the Debarca region.
It stretches along the northwest-southeast direction. It is a young sharpridged fold mountain. The ridge is clearly pronounced along its entire length – in some places it is rounded, while in others it is sharp and less articulated. The mountainside to the north at first descends mildly, and then it falls steeply toward the valley or River Mala and its tributaries, the Rivers Garska and Jamska. The highest peaks are Stogovo (2.318 m) and Golem Rid (2.273 m), and it has ten other peaks higher than 2.000 m.
The soul of the Northern Mountains
March days on Mount Stogovo, another adventure full of beautiful moments