Qafshtame National Park

National Park in Tirana

Qafe Shtame National Park
CC BY-SA 4.0 / Pasztilla aka Attila Terbócs

Qafë-Shtamë or Qafshtame National Park was established in 1996 and is situated north of Tirana and east of Kruja. The park is named after the Qafë-Shtamë Road and has an area of 2000 hectares, with beautiful mountain scenery consisting mainly of pine forests and oak, several tiny lakes and major water springs. The park is home to brown bears, wolves and foxes.

Lately it has become a popular hiking attraction. The road from Kruja to Burrel, runs through the park, at altitude about 1250 metres.

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Visiting Qafshtame National Park

Duration: 1 hours

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