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Trails in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park

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Trails in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
 
Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park has 11 trails, arranged with support from the German Government and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
 
  1. Nikoloz Romanov's Trail: The trail starts from theLikani guard station (930 m above sea level) and ends at the Marelisi guard station (540 m) (or vice versa). Likani guard station is located 5 km from the National Park Visitor Center. The total length of the trailis 43 km. It starts in theLikaniRiver valley where visitors come across rare species included in the Red List of Georgia. The trail goes along the ArjolaRiver valley and ends at Marelisi guard station.
  2. St. Andrew Trail: The trail starts at Atskuri guard station (1,000 m above sea level) and goes through the Amarati tourist shelter, Sametskhvario guard and Sakhvlari tourist shelter and ends at Marelisi guard station or vice versa. The length of the trail is 54 km. There are mixed coniferous, alpine and subalpine meadows and Colchic broad-leaved forests.
  3. Panorama Trail: The length of the trail is 34 km. it starts at Atskuri guard station in 1 km. You will come across the bezoar goat cage. Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park has a bezoar goat reintroduction project since 2006. The main purpose of the mentioned cage is to multiply this previously extinct animal and put it back in the national park. 20 min away from the bezoar goat cage the route goes left to a narrow path which goes up to a mountain slope. The route offers amazing views. The panorama trail is remarkable for its exceptional biodiversity and for its views of coniferous forests. Visitors will see footprints of animals such asroe, bear and wolf. There are shepherd’s summer cabins near the tourist shelter where you can find out about the lifestyle of the shepherds.
  4. Untouched Forest Trail:
  5. Zekari Overpass Trail (/ 31 km, 3 days, pedestrian, difficulty: hard ): The route starts at the Abastumani guard station (1390 m) on a car road and goes southeast; Afterwards, it turns to the Abastumani River valley in the Otskhe River valley. The trail links to first day route and goes back to the Abastumani guard station.
  6. Footprint Trail (13 km, 6 hr, pedestrian, difficulty: average ): The trail starts in the Likani River valley near theLikani guard shelter, where visitors come across rare species of yew, included in the Red List; Yew has the longest life among the European trees. We come across 800-1000 years-old yew trees. After 2 km you will meet the national park map (930 above sea level) where the serpentine path goes along a mountain slope. The trail is relatively hard. The descent is followed by the beautiful scenery of the Kvabiskhevi valley. The Kvabiskhevi valley is very beautiful in any season, and is distinguished by its biodiversity.
  7. National Park Information Trail (3 km, 2 hr, pedestrian, difficulty: average): The route starts from the administration building (850 m). It is about 1.5 hr.to go through the trail, while after a 600 m hard ascent the trail straightens and turns to the left where the circle is done and goes back to the same section. The highest peak of the trail is 950 m above sea level. You can arrange a picnic along the trail.
  8. Meghruki Valley (5.5 km, 6 hr, pedestrian and horse riding, difficulty: average): This trail starts at Sakhvlari tourist shelter and goes through theMeghrukiRiver valley. The slopes of the canyon are covered by Colchic subtropical forest, the length is 5.5 km.The Meghruki valley micro-climate offers you the possibility to escape from hot summer days and shelter in the cool environment which awaits you during the trail.
  9. Shepherds' Trail (16 km, 7 hr, pedestrian and horse riding, difficulty: average): The trail links the #1 and #2 routes and two overnights in Amarati and Lomismta shelters are needed. The hike starts in the Likani River valley and you go 2 km while hiking on the plains where you will find the national park map followed by a serpentine path along the mountain slope. You will find also the summer cabins of shepherds along the road, where they shelter domestic cattle in summer.
  10. Snow Shoes Trail (15.5 km, 7 hr, pedestrian, difficulty: average): The trail starts and finishes atLikani guard station. The first day trail is 8 km long. The shelter gives the possibility to make a fire and you should have enough of a water supply for the overnight. The next day trail goes through panoramic views along coniferous forest and runs down the settlement of Likani
  11. Snow Shoes Trail (6 km, 4 hr, pedestrian, difficulty: average): The single-day route starts from the Atskuri ranger station and continues for 6 km. You can return to the section with the same road and if you desire, the route can be shortened.
 
Trails in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
 
Trails in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
 
Trails in Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park
 
 
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