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Title: Trekking In Georgia: 7 Adventurous Roots That Are Like Jewels To Explore Here


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Trekking In Georgia 7 Adventurous Roots That
Are Like Jewels To Explore Here
Georgia finds its place, not in the list of very
famous trekking destinations of the world.
Popularly known as Gem of the Caucasus,
Georgia, without any disturbance is nestled
between the Caspian Sea and the Black Sea. The
country has proven itself to be a paradise for
trekkers and the destinations are beautiful. 7
Best Trek Routes In Georgia
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Via trekearth.com Are you planning to trek on
Georgia? Well, you will love picturesque walkways
and breathtaking views that await you! Listed
below are some of the best trekking in Georgia,
you should not miss the opportunity to go on
your next trip to the city. 1. From Omalo To
Shatili
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Via georgiantour.com While trekking to Georgia,
the villages of Omalo and Shatili are connected.
These villages are the historic centers of
mountainous regions, Tusheti and
Khevsureti. The charming scenery, the green
canopies, and clear blue skies that welcome you
during the trek are just mind-blowing. Not only
this, but the trekkers also experience countless
ancient villages and castles, which are strongly
ruled by stone towers. After that, in the trek,
there is wilderness and emptiness with a few
selected people here and there. The crossing of
the high Atsunta Pass at an altitude of 3413
meters is the highlight of the trek. Total
Distance Covered 70 Kilometres Days For
Trekking 5 Days 2. From Svaneti To Racha
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Via caucasus-trekking.com The trek which is
huge demand is the trek from Svaneti to Racha.
Undoubtedly, you will have the pleasure of
witnessing some amazing natural beauty on the
way to some of the most remote areas of
Caucasus. The path of the trek is the very old
road, which connects Zeskho Village in Svaneti
with Ghebi in Racha and is much in deteriorated
condition. At present, the road is destroyed by
landslides and the lush vegetation has captured
space. The trek route is extremely challenging as
one has to cross two vertical mountain
passes. Simultaneously, the wild valley of
Tskhenistskali river also has to be crossed. You
may have to go through fields with tall hogweeds
and do have to encounter painful nettles
(thorny, stinging plants). Total Distance
Covered 40 Kilometres Days For Trekking 3-4
Days 3. From Mestia To Ushguli
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Via thenaturaladventure.com VFrom Mestia To
Ushguli, you will experience one of the best
trekking trips in Georgia. In this trek, Mestia
is connected to the remote hill village of
Ushguli. Most importantly, this trek is not
difficult and trekkers of all levels would love
exploring this beautiful trail. Historical and
natural places are the main attractions of
Trek. The biggest advantage of this trek is that
you can give rest to your sore feet in many
villages that youll find in the middle of these
paths. Enjoy a great meal, pitch a tent, or just
stay with the villagers before proceeding on
your trek. Total Distance Covered 58
Kilometres Days For Trekking 4 Days 4. Trekking
To Black Rock Lake
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Via blogspot.com VTrekking in Georgia is not
complete without trekking Black Rock
Lake. Literally, endless animal species can be
found in the Great Caucasus. But most of the
time, the valley looks empty because the locals
hunt in the most carefree manner. Shepherding
in this place is a long history. Lagodekhi Park
is the oldest nature reserve in Georgia and one
can see the abundant wildlife. There are several
hiking trails in the park and one is the trek to
Black Rock Lake. The lake is at an altitude of
2800 meters. Total Distance Covered 45
Kilometres Days For Trekking 3 Days 5. St.
Andrews Trail In The Borjomi-kharagauli Park
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Via borjomi-kharagauli-np.ge Also Read 11 Best
Things To Do In Atlanta, Georgia St. Andrew
Trail spreads its beauty in the mountains of
Lesser Caucasus is the Borjomi-Kharagauli
Park. It is one of the largest national parks in
Georgia and is very popular for wildlife,
tranquil forests and developed infrastructure as
an add-on. If you want to enjoy Georgia
trekking, you can try 9 marked trails in the
Park. St. Andrew's trail is definitely the best
one. Tents are not required for trek because
tourist shelters are available at reasonable
costs. Total Distance Covered 54 Kilometres
Days For Trekking 4 Days 6. Trekking On The Keli
Plateau
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Via caucasus-trekking.com VThis trekking is
really recommended for adventurers who are
constantly looking for something new. Starting
from the picturesque Truso Valley, the trek helps
in discovering the Keli volcanic plateau. This
plateau is a rocky and barren piece of land
situated in the west of the Georgian Military
Highway. Its not the place where a lot of
people like to trek. If you visit this place,
dont forget to visit the glacial Kelishadi Lake.
There are some excellent valleys of Suatisi and
Mna, where some unusual stuff can be seen as
waterfalls, special rock formations, and the
Kazbegi mastiff. 7. Hiking Through The Chaukhi
Pass
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Via caucasus-trekking.com The most popular
Georgia trekking tours is, hiking through the
Chaukhi Pass. This is a very popular route,
which interconnects the Juta Village in Kazbegi
with the Khevsureti. Grand Chokhi Mastiff with
seven sharp peaks is a treat to watch. However,
for that, you have to climb up to the
3338-meters high Chaukhi pass for the same. On
the other side of the Pass, Abudelauri Lakes can
be seen. These alpine lakes spread their
alluring charm in different colors - green, blue
and white. The trekking plan in Georgia, in this
Pass, can be stretched out by a few days to
explore the many villages and mini trails on this
beautiful trek.
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