Rusolis Mountains is one of Kosovo's attractive mountains, which lies in the northern part of Peja on the borders with Montenegro.The highest point of this mountain is the peak with the same name as "The Peak of Rusolia" and is ranked on the peaks that reach an altitude of over 2000m. Rusoli's highest point reaches an altitude of 2381m (7815ft). Maja e Rusolisë is one of the attractions of the Bjeshkët e Nemuna national park and also an attraction in Kosovo which is occupied in different seasons by many mountaineers, mountaineers and nature lovers. It is a very strategic point which connects the Mountain of Istog Mountain with the Rozaje Mountains from Montenegro as well as Peja Mountains.
The conquest of this peak can carried out from two directions. One can follow the road to the Rugova Gorge to approach the village of Shtupeq i Madh, Podi Jakupit and Shtedim, where the climb can begin, as well as the other direction following the Lipa road to reach the Rusolia Mountain and to continue with climbing. In general from both sides the conquest of this peak is not difficult, this is why this peak is very attractive for any mountaineer or even visitor who wants to spend an attractive day in nature enjoying beautiful natural landscapes and developing recreational activity.