Hiking in Armenia

Armenia is undoubtedly an ideal place for hiking and trekking because of its mountainous landscape. Some of the best hiking and trekking destinations in the country include Mount Aragats (the tallest mountain in Armenia with many different paths to its four prominent peaks), Amberd Fortress, Azhdahak, Spitakasar in Geghama mountain range, as well as Khustup mountain. If you are not a mountain hiking enthusiast, but would love to enjoy a relatively easy hike, head to the Dilijan National Park and take a short hike to Jukhtakvank Monastery, Parz Lake, or even Haghartsin Monastery. Or take your direction to Khosrov State Reserve to see the 4th century planted forest by Armenia King Khosrov.

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