Dangerous high mountain road between the city of Shkodër and the Theth National Park, in Albania, with a total length of 80km. The road includes asphalt, gravel and river crossing sections.
The road starts in Shkodër, a city in northwestern Albania in the District of Shkodër, of which it is the capital. After 2 hours driving, the road arrives to Bajraku i Thethit, the entrance door of the Theth National Park (Albanian:Parku Kombëtar i Thethit), a national park in extreme northern Albania declared by government decree in 1966. The park covers an area of 2,630 hectares and is located along the Theth River.
These are maintained roads where a high clearance 2WD vehicle is able to travel safely at low speeds on long dry straight-of-ways, without losing control due to wash boarding, ruts, or dips. All primitve dirt roads may be rocky with areas or soft gravel or sand that makes travel unsafe for sedans or RVs. Some road sections may require a high clearance 4WD vehicle, in four-wheel-drive, driven by a driver experienced in 4WD drive techniques to drive the road without getting stuck.