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      is a national park in southeastern Albania lying on the border triangle shared with Greece and North Macedonia. At approximately 277.5 km2 (107.1 sq mi), the park encompasses the country's sections of Great and Small Prespa Lake that are surrounded by mountains. It is considerably marked by high mountains, small islands, vast freshwater wetlands, salt marshes, meadows, reed beds and dense forests.Established to protect the natural and as well the cultural heritage of the region, it is included in the European Green Belt and the World Network of Biosphere Reserves under the UNESCO Man and Biosphere Programme.The country's section of Great Prespa is recognised as a wetland of international importance by designation under the Ramsar Convention and further as an Important Bird and Plant Area.The lakes are essentially situated between 850 and 900 metres elevation above the Adriatic in the Balkan Peninsula.[7] Located about 150 metres above Lake Ohrid, its waters passes through several underground channels composed of karst and emerge from springs into the lake.[8][9] Mali i Thatë separates the Great Prespa from Lake Ohrid, one of the most ancient lakes in the world.[10] It is primarily known for the cultivation of mountain tea that flourish at the limestone rocks of the mountain; it is one of the most popular tea types of the Albanian people.[11] Besides, the park protects the island of Maligrad, which is dotted with many caves suitable for wildlife and a circular cliff.Due to the temperature and climate differences between different areas and elevations of the park, it is characterized by housing a wide range of plants and animals. The park falls within the Pindus Mountains mixed forests terrestrial ecoregion of the Palearctic Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub.[12] Forests cover 13,500 hectares (135 km2) of the park's area, with dense coniferous and deciduous forests. Out of the 1130 species of flora and 174 species of fungus are distributed throughout the park. The fauna is represented by 60 species of mammals, 270 species of birds, 23 species of reptiles, 11 species of amphibia and 23 species of fish.
      Prespa National Park is a cultural landscape that displays evidence of cultural practices dating back thousands of years, with the oldest traces of human habitation dating back to the neolithic. During classical antiquity, the trade route of Via Egnatia passed nearby the region as it was inhabited by several Illyrian and Ancient Greek tribes as well as Romans and later by Byzantines. Nonetheless, the park is dotted with many natural and cultural features containing prehistoric dwellings and byzantine churches such as the caves of Zaver and Treni, the St. Mary's Church and so on.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      eBikes Allowed: Yes
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      Region Status
      Caution as of Nov 10, 2019


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      Total Distance
      10 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      2 miles
      Total Descent
      2,259 ft
      Total Vertical
      2,702 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      5,740 ft

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      Easiest Trail Maja e Ivanit north part
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      user #966660andiqyqjaaddphoto at Kalaja e Trajanit in Korça, Albania and 10 more
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      Nearby Areas

      Fir of Drenovë National Park 1 3 111.6 km
      Voskopojë 2 417.2 km
      Kalaja e Pogradecit 1 517.6 km
      Guri i Nikës Resource Reserve 117.6 km
      Lin 5 726.6 km

      Activity Type Stats

      activitytypetrailsdistancedescentdescent distancetotal verticalratingglobal rankstate rankphotosreportsroutesridelogs
      Mountain Bike25 miles56 ft1,217 ft2,218 ft
      E-Bike25 miles56 ft1,217 ft2,218 ft
      Hike510 miles2,260 ft2 miles2,703 ft
      Trail Running510 miles2,260 ft2 miles2,703 ft
      Horse48 miles2,231 ft2 miles2,703 ft
      ATV/ORV/OHV12 miles30 ft600 ft558 ft
      Snowshoe24 miles118 ft1,772 ft2,257 ft
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