Hiking in Grama Mountain Pastures Tour: “THE PEARL OF DIBER”
Description of the Tour
Grama Mountain is part of the Korab Mountain Range, at an altitude of 2,345 meters above sea level. There are several natural monuments in Grama such as White Mountain Karst formed by gypsum, Grama’s Mirrors formed from selenium deposits that reflect the sun’s light, the Ladies’ Highland Pastures, which according to legend was the property of the Kastriot family and was used for summer pilgrimage. Nearby, is the Shllinasi of Vrenjt, or the Salt Rock, its slopes are favored by wild goats.
Endless highland pastures, alpine trees, and a beautiful mountain lake, that faces the White Mountain and Grama’s Mirrors, with cottages and crystal-clear springs, Grama is a magical mountain destination, located 9 km away from Peshkopi. Cottages and camping sites offer food and accommodation as well as tourist activities such as hiking, fishing, hunting, horseback riding.
Grama is accessible by several routes. On foot, visitors can hike from the village of Kastriot or from Shumbat village. By car, visitors can travel to Grama, from Peshkopi to the villages of Bahute or Zimur (40 minutes), then hike to Grama (2.5 hours). And by off-road vehicle, visitors can reach Grama via the village of Sllatina (1.5-2 hours).
Duration : 1 Day
Trail Length: 6-9 km trekking
Difficulty level: easy to moderate
Itineraries : 2