Tours


First day - Komovi (Montenegro) to Vermosh

The Komovi-Vermosh trail is part of Via Dinarica with a length of 32.5 km. About 10.5 km of this trail lies in Albanian part (from National Border to Vermoshi village) and can be permeated for a duration of 4 hours. Passing along, the route goes from heights of 1400 m then goes down to the valley of Vermoshi heights of 1100 meters above sea level. The landscape is very attractive, the slopes have significant decline and are covered with beech and fir forests and alpine pastures. The accommodation provided in Vermoshi village, small guesthouses, a village with few inhabitants, but rich in cultural heritage (food, tradition, etc). Some of activities in this area are hiking in Malësia e Marlulës, walking accros deep valleys (such as Cemi and Lëpusha valley), skiing, biking, fishing, etc.

Second day (3 opportunities)

1. Vermosh - Pojanic - Vermosh

It's a very interesting trail, with a length of 24 km, with 1,1 km of ascent and 1 km descent. This trail takes about 12 hours hiking and it is classified as difficult. Trail passes through a very beautiful landscape and offers some opportunities for various activities such as skiing, biking, etc.

2. Vermosh - Gusinje

The trail Vermosh-Gusinje goes through the beautiful Valley of Vermosh (950-1100 m elevation). It is 7 km long within the border of Albania and 5, 8 km in Montenegro.

3. Vermosh - Lëpushë

Vermosh – Lëpushë - Theth is an alternative trail with a length of 31.5 km and take about 14 hours walking. It has a high difficulty degree to climbing and decent are 5 km. The route goes during height peaks form 1800-2000 m elevation.

Third day (2 opportunities)

1. Vermosh - Lëpushë – Theth

Vermosh – Lëpushë - Theth is an alternative trail with a length of 31.5 km and take about 14 hours walking. It has a high difficulty degree to climbing and decent are 5 km. The route goes during height peaks form 1800-2000 m elevation and falls down in beautiful valley of Thethi.

2. Gusinje - Liqeni Buni i Jezercës - Maja e Jezercës -Theth

This trail has a length of about 31 km, 17 km of which, lies in Albanian part and takes 7 hours walking. Across this trail, there are 2.4 km of ascent and 2.5 km are decent. This route is very interesting and attractive and goes across1800 m until 2694 m (the highest peak of Via Dinarica). The route passes through beautiful glacial lake of Jezerca (Lake of Buni i Jezercës), climbing over height peaks of Albanian Alps (until Maja e Jezercës, 2694 m), decent in Qafa e Pejës (1700 m), where we can stay and enjoy the landscape. The last downhill part of the ride will bring us to a nice guesthouse in the village where we will stay overnight and enjoy a tasty homemade meal. Thethi has many typical stone houses, roofed with wooden tiles and the location surrounded by mountains is truly spectacular. In Thethi village we can visit the attractions in and around the village, such as the stone-build Catholic Church, the blood feud tower ‘Kulla e Ngujimit’, the waterfall, the Grunasi Canyon, and the 2007 revelation: cyclopean stone walled terraces dating from the late bronze era, build by mysterious ancient inhabitants. As an option, we could also extend the walk until the Nderlysa turquoise pools, created by the Kaprea creek. At the end of the day, we will return for dinner and overnight at the guesthouse in Theth.

Fourth day - Theth - Valbonë (The Valbona Pass)

This trail is perhaps the best-known highlight of the Albanian Alps and it remains the only direct connection between the adjacent valleys of Valbona and Thethi. It is 14.5 km length, where 1.18 km must be climbed and 1.2 km of descent and takes about 7-8 hours walking/hiking. The route starts from Thethi village (745 m height), climbing in Qafa e Valbonës (1759 m) and descent in Valbona Valley in 900-1000 m height. The path winds through beech woods and further to grassy meadows for than continuing on firm ground and small sections of scree on the higher parts. On a clear day, from the saddle, we can enjoy great views of the highest peaks of the Alps like Jezerca, Radohima and many others, above 2000m of height. The path continues downhill in a stunning and rough landscape towards the meadows and the Valbona springs. A forest trail will then lead to the hamlet of Rrogam, located at the very end of the valley. At the end of the valley, we find the hamlet of Rrogam and a dry riverbed trail that will lead us to our guesthouse in the heart of Valbona Valley.