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Dajti Mountain

Mali i Dajtit standing at 1,613 m (5,292 ft) above sea level, is a mountain and national park on the edge of Tirana, Albania. The Dajti belongs to the Skanderbeg range. In winter, the mountain is often covered with snow, and it is a popular retreat to the local population of Tirana that rarely sees snow falls. Its slopes have forests of pines, oak and beech, while its interior contains canyons, waterfalls, caves, a lake, and an ancient castle

Korab

Mount Korab (Albanian: Maja e Korabit or Mali i Korabit) is the highest peak of the eponymous fourth highest mountain in the entire Balkan Peninsula, standing at 2,764 metres (9,068 ft).
The summit of the Korab mountain range in the Albanian-Macedonian border, Korab is the highest peak of Albania and the Republic of Macedonia and also one of only two summits in Europe, which are the highest point for more than one country.The Korab is also the 18th most prominent mountain peak in the European continent.

Tomorri Mountain

Situated in the districts of Berat end Elbasan. The current size is 24,723.1 hectares. Park with high biodiversity and rich of endemisms and subendemisms. In this park you can find trees such as: beech, pine and black pine, subalpine and alpine pastures. Mountainous park, important for large mammals such as bear (Ursus arctos ), wolf ( Canis lupus ), birds of prey day and night etc,. In addition to scientific and economic values the natural park landscape provides great value of aesthetic, recreational, touristic, historical, and cultural guarantee development of ecological and cultural tourism.

Nemërçke mountain

Nemërçka Mountains are a mountain range in southern Albania between Përmet and Gjirokastër District, which extends from a north-west direction to the south-east near the border between Albania and Greece. Geologically, Nemërçkë is a limestone-flysch forming a massive anticline situated between the graben valley of Vjosë river. The mountain forms the southern section of the Trëbëshinj-Dhëmbel-Nemërçka mountain chain. To the north, Nemërçkë is separated from the Albanian Pindus mountains, by the Vjosë river. The mountains are characterized by steep cliffs and wooden mountain slopes. The eastern scarps falls on the Vjosë river, 2000 metres down