The verse east of the Shala Valley, dressed in forests, dividing Shkodra with Tropoja, starts south with Mount Tplana (1500m) and follows Agri’s peak (1600). Among them is the neck of Agri, which serves to connect the valley of Shala with the valley of Currajt. To the north are the peaks of Ereshel (2000m), Mount Kakinj (2400m), Drenit and Lugu Plashi, which is connected to Jezera.
The Currajt valley is located to the east of this verse, a vast valley on the sides of which stretches thick chestnut forests and a rich animal world. Again in the east of this valley rises a block of high mountains, in the south-north direction, that divide Curraj and Valbona rivers. The area has many karstic phenomena (caves) and glacial activities (lakes and circles of Pillar, of Ponaras). The verse begins with Mount Murat (1750m), followed by Mount Shula and the Peak of Youth (1560m) on Mount Hekur. The block closes with the Mount Gorge of Glyka that connects to Jezera on the Valbona Cove