Hiking in Tomorr Mountain - North summit
- 4×4 vehicle
- Tour guide
- Picnic and Water
- All fees and taxes P
- Pick up and drop off in Berat /4×4 vehicle
Good to know – this tour requires previews hiking experiences / Level is hard but not dangerous / 2 h offroad drive / 9-12 hours hike / for more info check here
Hiking Tomorr Mountain
Northen Summit – Cuka Partizan 2416 meters
Tomorrow is probably the best-known mountain in Albania. It has religious significance, and there is a shrine on the (lower) south summit, also called Mali I Kurbanit or Mali I Babait. The south summit is separated from the higher north summit – called Cuka Partizan – by a 10-kilometer long ridge. The ridge is difficult and the best way to reach the Cuka Partizan is to climb it from the north side.
Mount Tomorri can be seen from far away, as long as the visibility is good and the summit is not shrouded in clouds.
Many ambitious hikers may have wondered how to get to the summit. Not so the shepherds who seem to travel to the Cuka Partizan sometimes. There is a trail to the summit, but this is nevertheless a tough hike. The path crosses steep gravel slopes and often talus. Most importantly, more than 1450 Meter elevation gain has to be overcome from the trailhead.
Meet with the tour guide in the early morning and transfer to Tomorr National Park
Offroad drive for about 1 h 45 minutes – this is a panoramic drive through the national park and it offers great views of Nature surroundings
We will leave our vehicle close to the Dardhe village and start our hike
The hike offers great views of all Berat surroundings and a part of North East and South West of Albania. It crosses through alpine valleys and old pines.
Stop at the snow holes – there the snow never melts
It will take about 7 h to reach the summit
Eat picnic to the summit
The way back is easier and Shorter
Transfer to Berat in the late afternoon
- 4×4 Scenic drive
- Guided by locals who live in mountain
- Hike to the summit Cuka Partizan 2412 m
- Picnic on top
- Walkthrough unspoiled nature
- Tomorr Mountain North Summit
- Numerous viewpoints
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