List of mountains in Albania
With an average elevation of 708 metres (2,323 ft) 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 total territory. There are many peaks reaching heights of more than 2,000 metres (6,600 ft).
Albania can be divided into four main regions: Northern Range, Central Range, Southern Range and Western Lowlands. The most notable topographical features are the Ceraunian Mountains, Dinaric Alps, Korab Mountains, Pindus Mountains and the Skanderbeg Mountains. The highest peak is Korab standing at 2,764 metres (9,068 ft) elevation above sea level on the border with the Republic of North Macedonia. It is one of only two summits in Europe, which is the highest peak for more than one country. It is also the 18th most prominent mountain peak in Europe.
List of mountains in Albania
|Korab||2,764 metres (9,068 ft)|
|Korab II||2,756 metres (9,042 ft)|
|Korab III||2,745 metres (9,006 ft)?|
|Shulani i Radomirës||2,716 metres (8,911 ft)|
|Maja Jezercë||2,649 metres (8,691 ft)|
|Maja Grykat e Hapëta||2,625 metres (8,612 ft)|
|Kepi i Bardhë||2,595 metres (8,514 ft)|
|Radohima||2,568 metres (8,425 ft)|
|Maja e Kollatës||2,556 metres (8,386 ft)|
|Kollata e Keqe||2,534 metres (8,314 ft)|
|Maja Rosit||2,524 metres (8,281 ft)|
|Gramos||2,520 metres (8,270 ft)|
|Gjallica||2,485 metres (8,153 ft)|
|Nemërçkë||2,485 metres (8,153 ft)|
|Tomorr||2,415 metres (7,923 ft)|
|Shkëlzen||2,407 metres (7,897 ft)|
|Maja e Thatë||2,406 metres (7,894 ft)|
|Bogiçaj||2,404 metres (7,887 ft)|
|Koritnik||2,393 metres (7,851 ft)|
|Ostrovicë||2,383 metres (7,818 ft)|
|Deshat||2,383 metres (7,818 ft)|
|Valamara||2,373 metres (7,785 ft)|
|Tromedja||2,366 metres (7,762 ft)|
|Mali i Gramës||2,345 metres (7,694 ft)|
|Mali i Thatë||2,287 metres (7,503 ft)|
|Shebenik||2,261 metres (7,418 ft)|
|Jabllanica||2,257 metres (7,405 ft)|
|Dejë||2,245 metres (7,365 ft)|
|Maja Harapit||2,217 metres (7,274 ft)|
|Kallabaku||2,174 metres (7,133 ft)|
|Lunxhëria||2,155 metres (7,070 ft)|
|Kunora e Lurës||2,119 metres (6,952 ft)|
|Miceku||2,099 metres (6,886 ft)|
|Dhëmbel||2,080 metres (6,820 ft)|
|Çika||2,045 metres (6,709 ft)|
|Mali i Lopës||2,020 metres (6,630 ft)|
|Maja Zabel||2,006 metres (6,581 ft)|
|Munella||1,991 metres (6,532 ft)|
|Pashtrik||1,986 metres (6,516 ft)|
|Dajti||1,613 metres (5,292 ft)|
|Maranaj||1,567 metres (5,141 ft)|
|Shpirag||1,197 metres (3,927 ft)|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mountains of Albania.|
- "The genus Pinguicula (Lentibulariaceae) in Albania – a critical review" (PDF). academia.edu. p. 15.
- "Albania mountains | peakery". peakery.com. Retrieved 2018-04-02.
- "The King of the Mountains" (PDF). dmwcorg.tk. p. 24.
At 2764 meters Korab peak is one of only two summits in Europe which are the highest point for more than one country.
- "EUROPE ULTRA-PROMINENCES 99 Peaks with Prominence of 1,500 meters or greater". peaklist.org.