The Albanian Alps are a continuation of the Dinarite Mountains extending north of Albania, west of Kosovo and south-east of Montenegro. The Albanian Alps extend to the Ibar valley about 50 km in length. On the Kosovo side they rise from the bottom of the plain (500–600 m) and reach over 2,000 m, in some places cut by deep river valleys of the Peja, Decani, Erenik River and have the southern border as Drin. This mountainous group consists of several mountains: Gjeravica (the highest mountain in Kosovo 2,656 m), Junik Mountain, Strellci, Lumbardhi, Kopranik, Hajla, Zhleb, Rusolina, Mokna etc. All of these mountains exceed 2,000 m. They are steep, in the upper part are in the form of plains, where good pastures are found and skiing can be done in winter.