List of mountains in Albania

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Maja e Thatë (2,406 m)

With an average elevation of 708 m above sea level, Albania is one of the most mountainous countries in the world. It has a mountainous terrain that covers more than 70% of its territory. There are many peaks reaching heights of more than 2,000 m above sea level. The tallest is Korab on the border with the Republic of Macedonia. It reaches a height of 2,751 metres.

Two large European mountain ranges dominate Albania, the Dinaric Alps and the Pindus mountains.[1]

List of the tallest mountains in Albania[edit]

Korab Mountain Range
Peaks of Jezerca
Koritnik from the far distance
Gjallica
Rank Mountain Range Height (m)
1. Korab Central Mountain Range 2,764
2. Jezercë Northern Mountain Range 2,694
3. Radohimë Northern Mountain Range 2,570
4. Maja e Kollatës Northern Mountain Range 2,556
5. Gramoz Central Mountain Range 2,523
6. Gjallicë Northern Mountain Range 2,487
7. Nemërçkë Southern Mountain Range 2,485
8. Tomorr Central Mountain Range 2,417
9. Maja e Thatë Northern Mountain Range 2,406
10. Bogiçaj Northern Mountain Range 2,405
11. Shkëlzen Northern Mountain Range 2,404
12. Koritnik Northern Mountain Range 2,396
13. Mali i Thatë Central Mountain Range 2,388
14. Ostrovicë Southern Mountain Range 2,383
15. Deshat Central Mountain Range 2,375
16. Valamarë Central Mountain Range 2,373
17. Jabllanicë Central Mountain Range 2,257
18. Shebenik Central Mountain Range 2,253
19. Dejë Central Mountain Range 2,246
20. Lunxhëri Southern Mountain Range 2,155
21. Kunora e Lurës Central Mountain Range 2,119
22. Micek Central Mountain Range 2,097
23. Dhëmbel Southern Mountain Range 2,080
24. Çikë Southern Mountain Range 2,045
25. Mali i Lopës Central Mountain Range 2,020

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