Climbing in Thethi
Maja Jezerces

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Maja Jezerce is the highest peak of Bjeshkët e Nemuna. A ruggy, grey-azure coloured limestone mountain topping the Lugu Grads snow filled hollow, only 4 miles from the Albania/Montenegro border. Climbed by not many so far, albeit the esiest routes are not hard at all. The story behind this summit is very much about scenic surroundings that one may enjoy while getting to the base of the mountain, rather then tough ascend.


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  • posted on 2013-04-19 12:32:24 from Arian Gace

    Jezerca is the highest peak of the Albanian Alps with an altitude of 2,640 m ASL. Normally the hike takes 2 full days with one overnight stop at the camping ground "Gropat e Bukura" at app. 1,600 m. There is a spring in the vicinity of the place close to a shepherds summer camp (stan). Although not obligatory, it is advisable having a climbing rope available for facilitating the hike near the peak.