A Trek Through The Mysterious Accursed Mountains • Discoverology

A Trek Through The Mysterious Accursed Mountains

Nature, Videos, World

Springtime in northern Albania sparks the herding of goats from the lowlands up to the towering mountainsides. Follow Prek Gjoni and his 160 goats on a grueling four-day journey across the spectacular Valbona Valley, a land that seems to exist out of time.

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