The Patriarchate of Peć is right outside of the town of Peja/Pejë/Peć. Lonely Planet says that you can get there by walking along "Lekë Dukagjini" while keeping the river on your left. I couldn't find this particular road on Google Maps, which instead suggested walking along the M9 ("Mbretresha Teute").
Is walking along the M9 to visit the Patriarchate feasible? Is it still walkable now, in winter? (I heard it snowed recently.)
By "walkable" I mean:
- are there sidewalks? wide shoulders? grassy/non-street areas where one can walk and not have to worry about being run over?
- in winter, is the road/sidewalks plowed or passable?
- is walking along the M9 the best route or is there a more pedestrian-friendly street?
The distance is only about 2 km, so it's a question of what the road looks like rather than how far it is.