Grunasi Waterfall is one of the most amazing natural attractions within Thethi National Park and in the hole Albanian Alps, declared a natural monument since 2002.
Grunasi waterfall is located on the western slope of the Thethi valley in the Albanian Alps. It starts at the western foot of the Boshi mountain peak, where it forms a narrow rocky trough through a limestone slope, then the water immediately falls from a height of 25 m.
At the bottom of the waterfall is formed a pond, from which water flows into the valley of Thethi, join the Shala river, at the beginning of the Grunasi canyon.
The whole slope where the waters of this waterfall break are covered by a dense forest. Due to the water droplets that fall around the ivory, on sunny days it is almost always accompanied by a rainbow at the bottom of the sled. Its environment is one of the rare phenomena of the Albanian Alps and therefore is an important tourist point.
At the bottom, a natural bath with emerald water is created, which completes the rare decor for which it has gained the status of a natural monument.
The rocky sites of the stream are a good opportunity for seasoned climbers who have the chance to climb up to the springs of Grunas Waterfall springs.
Grunasi Waterfall is a natural attraction that rewards with extraordinary relaxation and pleasure the journey of a tourist to the Albanian Alps.
How to reach this attraction
The waterfall is located on the outskirts of Theth village, on the western slope of Theth valley, only about 50 min to reach, starting from the center of the village.
The itinerary consists of 20 min of easy walking along the river that crosses all the valley in the middle, and about 30 min of medium hiking difficulty. The best hikers can reach this destination in 1.5 hours round trip.
The walk is spectacular, allowing you to visit a nature full of vegetation, landscapes, high mountain peaks in the background, or water sources.
You will be surprised and amazed by the view once rich this destination, which is out of your expectations.