Llogara or Llogora National Park (Albanian : Parku Kombëtar i Llogarasë/Llogorasë) is a national park in Albania declared since 1966 by the Albanian Government . The park covers an area of 1,010 hectares (2,500 acres) and protects the forests on the north side of the Llogara Pass between a height from 470 to 2,018 m (1,540 to 6,621 ft) above sea level. In the park can be found many black pine (Pinus nigra) trees, Bosnian Pines (Pinus heldreichii),Bulgarian fir, (Abies borisii-sign) and ash trees (Fraxinus).
Air currents around the area have caused trees to bend in many interesting shapes, like the Pisha e Flamurit.
Along the road are several restaurants, hotels, and a small wooden cabin complex. The area of the park and the surrounding mountains are used mainly for hiking and tracking tours. A paragliding site serving annually as an international competition venue is located south of Llogara. Along the twisting road are several local vendors of honey and mountain tea. Caesar's Pass (Qafa e Cezarit) named after Julius Caesar who set foot in the area in pursuit of Pompey is also located near Llogara Pass .