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Bredhi i Hotovës center – Church ruins – Bredhi i Hotovës center

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 Bredhi i Hotovës center – Church ruins – Bredhi i Hotovës center

Trail distance: 6, 8 kilometers
Elevation min: 1, 070 meters, max: 1, 397 meters
Cumulative height uphill: 346 meters, downhill: 346 meters
Difficulty level:   Moderate
Time:   3 hours
Markings: white/red/white?

This is a relaxing hike through the amazing forest of Bredhi i Hotoves National Park which offers stuning views towards the Dhembeli and Nëmërçka mountains. You can also visit some ruins of a church in the summit where is an inviting place to take a rest and enjoy the views.
The hike starts at forestry office (WP 1) and goes directly up through the forest on a narrow path which can be difficult to identify when the leaves have fallen.

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Gryka e Këlcyrës – Limar - Mbrezhan

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 Gryka e Këlcyrës – Limar - Mbrezhan

Trail distance: 14.9 kilometers
Elevation min: 150 meters, max: 1, 034 meters
Cumulative height uphill: 996 meters, downhill: 984 meters
Difficulty level:   Moderate
Time:   8 hours
Markings: white/red/white?


This is a relatively long but very beautiful hike that offers amazing views initially towards the gorge of Gryka e Këlcyrës and then towards the canyon of Zagoria and Mount Çajupi. The trail travels also into the picturesque mountain village of Limar that is a good place either to rest awhile or overnight. From Limar the trail leads towards village of Mbrezhan that is located near Kelcyrë town.
There are regular mini busses from Përmet to Këlcyrë but one has to negotiate with the driver to get to the restaurants of Gryka e Këlcyrës and for a taxi to pick you up at the bridge of Mbrezhan.
Water could be found in trailhead, Limar and Near Mbrezhan.

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Biovizhdë – Gryka e Kazanit - Biovizhdë

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 Curricular hike: Biovizhdë – Gryka e Kazanit - Biovizhdë


Trail distance: 16.4 kilometers
Elevation min: 671 meters, max: 1,952 meters
Cumulative height uphill: 1,399 meters, downhill: 1, 300 meters
Difficulty level:  Moderate
Time:   8 hours
Markings: white/red/white ?


Gryka e Kazanit is the name of the groge that lies on foot of Nëmërçka wall. This face of Nëmërçka is very dramatic thus this hike offers amazing views. In the border area there are huge meadows and is populated by shepherds during the summer time from both sides of the border. The hike is relatively long but the ascent is very gentle and the trail finding is easy.

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Maja e Dritës/Papingut – the summit of Nëmërçka

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 Maja e Dritës/Papingut – the summit of Nëmërçka

Trail distance: 4, 9 kilometers (one way)
Elevation min: 1061 meters, max: 2485 meters
Cumulative height uphill: 1, 424 meters, downhill:  1, 424 meters
Difficulty level:  Moderate
Time:   8 hours (return trip)
Markings: white/red/white ?


Nemerçka, the second highest mountain in the southern Albania (2485m) after Gramozit, has a very dramatic east face which drops into Vjosa vallay. It looks quite opposite from the Zagoria valley (west side). The path ascends gently up to the shepherds’ huts and after that one has just to follow the direction of the summit which is visible. Zagoria in itself is tremendously beautiful, and a climb of Nemerçka offers all the views. It is still a long hike (about 5 hours up, and half the time down), with 1400 meter of elevation gain.

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Sopotit Waterfall

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 Sopotit Waterfall


Trail distance: 5, 7 kilometers (round trip)
Elevation min: 464 meters, max: 867 meters
Cumulative height uphill: 300 meters, downhill: 300 meters
Difficulty level:  Easy
Time:  3 hours
Markings: white/red/white ?

This is a short hike from the village of Stëmbec to the beautiful waterfall at the foot of Nëmërçka Mountain wall. This trail offers amazing views of the most dramatic southern face of Nëmërçka Mountain including the natural monument of Cirku Akullnajor Nëmërçkës (the glacial of Nëmërçka). This glacial has the shape of a giant armchair with two kilometers of length and 600 meters of width.

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