PALM TREE PRODUCTIONS
Mali i Hajmelit
Summary: Mali i HajmelitMali i Hajmelit is the very visible ridge to west of the Lezha - Shkodra Road. Part of this ridge looks very rocky (and is indeed very difficult to follow). The highest point, on the northern end of the ridge, on a roundish looking summit, can be reached in a short but very rewarding hike.
|Maximum altitude:||612 meter|
|Minimum altitude:||175 meter|
|Cumulative height:||437 meter|
|Cumulative length:||3.34 kilometer one way|
|Date of this record||January 2012|
|Download GPS info:||Mali i Hajmelit|
General location and approach: The village of Hajmel, or rather Nënshat, is best reached from the Lezha - Kalumet - Vaudejes road.Look for the waypoint that marks the turn off the asphalt road. after some tunrs, and before reaching a monastry, turn right and continue to the edge of a little hamlet, to the trailhead.
Other Information: Walk through some farmhouses for about 100 meters, turn (left) onto a dirt road for 10 meters and right again. Follow the coordinates from here. Later on, a trail becaomes more evident, which however dissapears once you reach a little plateau before the final ascent to the summit. You can choose any path to the summit, but the indicated trail avoids some of th thorny bushwhacks and is a safe way up the steep final ascent.
Reward yourself at the slow-food "Mrizi Zanave" restaurant in Fishte village. In summer, it has a nice out-door atmosphere and the food is very good.
GPS and trailmaps: The map and trailinformation is generated by www.wikiloc.org, based on GPS information collected from the actual hike. Waypoints can be downloaded to a GPS device from Wikiloc. If necessary, use GPSBabel to convert GPS data to different formats. For more hike descriptions by Palmtreetreeproduction, browse this website or visit Wikiloc and search for "Palmtreeproduction". You may also find nearby trails from other authors.
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