Climbing & Speology - Albania

Climbing & Speology

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Climbing and Speology The highest peak, Mount Korabi, situated on the border with Macedonia, rises to an elevation of 2,751 meters above sea level. The cliffs of Llogara, the Nemercka mountain in the south, and an extensive range of mountains throughout the country provide excellent opportunities for alpinism or climbing. Other areas conducive to mountain climbing include the Albanian Alps, with notable points such as Vermosh, Theth, Razem, Boge, Valbona, and more. Additionally, the Tomorri mountain, extending into the districts of Berat and Skrapar at Osum canyons, as well as the Gjipe canyon on the Albanian Riviera, also offer thrilling climbing experiences. Albania is dotted with numerous vast caves awaiting to be explored by intrepid adventurers. Despite being a professional or amateur spelunkers, there’s a wealth of underground chambers to conquer. Near Shkodra alone, there are at least 35 significant caves out of a total of 68 designated as National Natural Monuments. One easily accessible cave is the Pellumbas Cave near Tirana, the second largest in Albania. A sign-posted trail leads to this cave nestled in the beautiful Skorana Canyon on the Erzen River. Another cave of interest for tourists is the Pirrogoshi cave, the largest in Albania, located in Skrapar. Additional notable caves include Kabashi cave (Gramsh), Cave Neziri (Mat), the cave of Lek Pete in Kurvelesh, the cave of Treni in Devoll, and more.

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