24 August 2012
Thethi National Park Facts
I have been reading The Travel Book by Lonely Planet, which is full of great stuff. One thing that I saw in there was a suggestion to go to Thethi National Park in Albania, so I wanted to learn a little more about it.
The park is located in the Albanian Alps, which is the northern region of Albania. It covers an area of 2,630 hectacres, and is located along the Theth River. I have seen the park both as the Thethi National Park, or the Theth National Park. It was declared a national park in 1966.
The park features many mountains over 2,500 meters tall, which slopes that are very steep (as can be easily seen by looking at photos of the peaks. The steepness is do in large part to changes in temperature and snow precipitation, which is present for most of the year. There are also many caves (over 170) and waterfalls within the park.
The pictures of the park are certainly inspiring for anyone with an affinity for the outdoors.