The National Park of Theth and the Village of Boga
Theth National Park is one of the most beautiful spots of Albania and includes an area of 2,630 hectares. It is located at an altitude of 1200 to 2567m above sea level. The park is surrounded by high peaks and about two-thirds of it is covered in forests. Some sections of the forests in very steep areas are inaccessible and can be considered as virgin forest. The village lies in a very impressive valley and is suitable as a starting point for various categories of hiking and walking in the national park. Some attractions worth to be seen happen to be here.

Tower of Isolation or "Lock-in" Tower" (Kulla e Ngujimit)
The tower of isolation, built in the 19th century, is a multi-storey residential tower with turrets, where people who were endangered by blood feud sheltered for months. It is almost unfurnished and only the wooden stairs and floors are preserved in their original state.

Ethnographic Museum
The Ethnographic Museum is currently empty, but its objects are exhibited in the Historic Museum of Shkodra. Its building, a fortified tower, is privately owned.

The Mill
The mill of Kolaj (Mulliri i Kolajve) is a small wooden building structure near a bridge and is put to work by a stream of water diverted from the river of Theth. The mechanism of grain fall onto the mill-stone is worth to be seen due to the ingenuity of its construction. This mill is still used in late summer and autumn.

Church of Thethi
The Church of Thethi was built in 1892. It is a simple rectangular building with an altar and room for the choir. It is built in the most beautiful spot of the valley. A visit to the church is recommended.

The canyon and waterfall of Grunas
The canyon of Grunas is 30 meters in height and one meter in width. From the bridge, you can see inside the canyon. The waterfall of Grunas lies to the east.

Ndėrlysė
The glacier mills of Ndėrlysė offer a unique natural spectacle. The water of Black River (Lumi i Zi) is forced to pass through a narrow strait created in centuries by its power. Rounded and rugged shapes, colors of the water and stones that shine under the sun can be seen from both river's sides.

Field of Dėnell (Fusha e Dėnellit)
The Field of Dėnell is a plateau surrounded by a high mountain range. In the southern part of the plateau, at a height of 1600 m above sea level, there is an artificial lake that serves as a water reservoir. Ascending from the south direction along a scree pathway we reach to another plateau, which is the starting point to get to the three quite interesting caves: Cave of Deer (Shpella e Drerit), Cave of Bravnik (Shpella e Bravnikut), and Cave of Kakverr (Shpella e Kakverrit).

Pass of Thore (Qafa e Thores) and “Sheep's Trail” (Shtegu i Dhenve)
The Pass of Thore, (Qafa e Bunit tė Thores), is located in the southwestern part of the Albanian Alps. The route to Theth, which is paved only on the segment of Koplik - Bogė, goes through it. The gravel road segment from Bogė to Theth is 25 km long.
The road, built in 1936, was the first accessible link to the Valley of Shala River. The pedestrian pathway that is in the north and goes through the Sheep's Trail (Shtegu i Dhenve), at an altitude of 1775 m, is also often used. The path winds for several miles through the steep slope to the east, almost without losing altitude, up to the ridge where it turns to the north and then a steep descent begins towards Theth.
The rocks are of erosive tectonic origin, composed of mesozoidic limestone and covered on both sides by beech and pine woods. Wulfenia Baldaēi, the endemic plant, which took the name of its discoverer, was found here for the first time.

Bogė
Bogė is a village located in a valley at the height of 950 m above sea level and surrounded by the Alps. The valley begins with the Dry Crek (Pėrroi i Thatė) and ends with the Pass of Thore (Qafa e Thores), at an altitude of 1700 meters. Bogė is surrounded by high mountains such as the Mountain of Livadh, 2494 m high, the Mountain of Rrabė, 2222 m high and the Mountain of Bridash, 2128m high.
These mountains give a special charm to the village and offer interesting routes for hiking and walking. The mountains are covered with beech and pine woods and many medicinal plants are found in them. One of them is the "Heart Plant" or Sanz, which was first discovered 2200 years ago by King Gent. In his honor, this plant was called Gentiana lutea. The roots of this plant have healing powers for the heart and blood vessels.
Bogė is the ideal place for speleology amateurs and professionals. Here you can find numerous caves that are even internationally appreciated. Worth mentioning are the Cave of Puē, the Cilikokaj Cave, which until now has been revealed to the depth of 550m, the Cave of Gjek Marku where the fossil ice was found, the Cave of Bogė Meadow, the Cave of Hus, etc.
Bogė has wonderful water sources as the Spring of Boga (Kroi i Bogės) and the Spring of Ogovan.

Radohinė
Radohina lies between the southeastern part of the Valley of Theth and the northwestern part of the Valley of Ēem and consists of mesozoidic limestone and dolomite. Radohinė is characterized by steep slopes, that on the northwest and southeast fall sharp down on the fields of Bogė and Theth, whereas on the northeast and southwest are surrounded by glacial cirques. From Theth, Radohinė is accessible via Vizhnja Trough and from the Valley of Boga through a pass that is north of “Sheep Trail”. Northeast of the Mountain of Radohinė is the Mountain of Vizhnjė (2517 m) and southwest is the Dry Summit (Maja e Thatė) (2543 m). There is no vegetation on Radohinė.

Mountain of Bridashi
The Mountain of Bridashi is located on the massif of the Cursed Mountains (Bjeshkėt e Namuna). The trail to the top begins in the village of Bogė, 959 m above sea level, in the direction of the flow of Dry Creek (Pėrroi i Thatė) and winds through pine woods and cliffs. At the height of 2128 meters, the view is stunning and extends up to the mountains of Rrabė and Livadh.

Mountain of Arapi
Mountain of Arapi is 2217 meters high, but with its almost vertical 800 meter high southern wall, the highest in the Balkans, it dominates the national park of Theth, as a prominent rock formation. The mountain is located north of Theth, near the Pass of Pejė (Qafa e Pejės)(1705m). The summit is made of steep karst rocks, sinkholes and cavities.
An ascending unmarked winding trail leads to the top from the Pass of Peja, through karst formations and steep meadows of the eastern side. All the other sides of the mountain are very steep and the climbing is very difficult. To date, only few sportsmen, out of those who tried, have managed to climb the mountain, though there are several routes: three on the southern wall or on the "Valley side" and five in the shorter western, northwestern and northern sides.
The longest horizontal cave in Albania is located at the foot of the southern side. The depth of the cave is 346 meters and the temperatures are very low.

The Beautiful Dips (Gropat e Bukra)
The Beautiful Dips (Gropat e Bukra) is a field in 1700 meters altitude at the foot of Jezercė and an ideal spot for camping. There is a water source in its vicinity and the shepherds stay here for many days during the summer. This is the ideal starting point to climb the Jezercė and the summit of Paplukė.