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5:00↑600 m↓600 m   T2  
19 Jul 18
Finishing Unfinished Business
  We were in the Geghama mountains several years ago, trying to hike Azhdahak. We had reached our trailhead with a rented Lada Niva, and camped in preparation for the hike next day. Snow fell during the night, and the first order of the day was to bring back the Lada to any visible road and safety. This time we returned in...
Published by detlefpalm 16 August 2018, 21h00 (Photos:14 | Comments:5 | Geodata:2)
8:00↑1300 m↓1300 m   T4  
30 Sep 17
Aragats, 4090m - eine winterliche Besteigung
Einmal mehr stand uns (Markus & mir) ein kurzes, aber interessantes Abenteuer bevor. Von Armenien hatten wir nur Gutes gehört und wollten uns jetzt selbst ein Bild vor Ort machen. Natürlich wurde alles der Besteigung des höchsten Berges untergeordnet; sightseeing war lediglich ein „Lückenfüller“ … ;-)) Das Wetter...
Published by Linard03 11 October 2017, 08h09 (Photos:60 | Comments:2 | Geodata:1)
3 days ↑3370 m↓3640 m   T5-  
9 Sep 17
Crossing Aragats from Geghadzor in the North via all four peaks and Amberd to the South in three Day
Not many tourists are travelling in Armenia without visiting the highest mountain of the country - Mount Aragats with its for peaks around 4000 m height. Easy to reach from the capital Yerevan a vast amount of people are driving up to Kari Lake on 3200 m. After an easy hike the stream of tourists reaches the southern peak at 3900...
Published by pyromanov 31 January 2018, 22h52 (Photos:15 | Geodata:4)
3 days ↑3400 m↓3200 m   T4  
16 Aug 17
Mount Khustup East-West ridge in 3 days, roundtrip from Kapan Armenia
After using Hikr.org for many trips in the Swiss alps, I'll try to give something back to the world wide hiking community. Thats why I share some trips in the Kaukasus (the "lower" in Armenia especially) where there is still a need for more and better information about hiking options. I hope this helps and encourages people to...
Published by pyromanov 12 November 2017, 00h51 (Photos:22 | Comments:1 | Geodata:7)
1:00↑90 m↓90 m   T1  
18 Jul 15
Sewanawank (1.981 m)
Der „Abstecher“ nach Russland für die Besteigung des Elbrus liegt hinter uns - wir sind zurück in Armenien. Hier möchten wir eines der bekanntesten touristischen Ziele des Landes besuchen: Es geht an denSewansee (armenisch: Սևանալիճ). Dieser liegt auf einer Höhe von ca. 1.900 m und ist mit 940km² etwa doppelt...
Published by pika8x14 15 January 2016, 01h48 (Photos:24 | Geodata:1)
9:00↑900 m↓900 m   T3  
2 Jul 15
Azhdahak (3.597 m), Tar (3.530 m) und Nalsar (3.177 m)
Das Kloster Geghard und der Tempel von Garni zählen definitiv zu den größten Sehenswürdigkeiten in Armenien. Entsprechend häufig werden die beiden historischen Anlagen besucht. „Nebenbei“ befindet sich in unmittelbarer Nähe ein Berg, der bestens in unser Kasbek-und-Elbrus-Akklimatisierung-Programm passt und noch dazu...
Published by pika8x14 28 August 2015, 02h20 (Photos:56 | Comments:4 | Geodata:2)
3 days    T5  
28 Jun 15
3 x Aragats + X = Armeniens höchste Gipfel
Die Sommerferien 2015 führen uns nach Armenien. Hier erwarten den Besucher unzählige historische Stätteninmitten herrlicher Landschaft und immer wieder auch gastfreundliche Einheimische. Bei einem ersten Aufenthalt vor etlichen Jahren konnten wir bereits einige der schönen Seiten des Landes kennenlernen. Andererseits zeugen...
Published by pika8x14 8 April 2016, 01h06 (Photos:120 | Comments:6 | Geodata:5)
0:30↑116 m↓116 m   T2  
24 Oct 14
Yerevan Cascade
At an altitude of 900 meter Yerevan is dominated by the mighty silhouette of Noah's mountain, Ararat. However, for generations Ararat and the former Armenian land around it has belonged to Turkey. One can sense a certain melancholy or resignation in this stony country that has suffered repeated conquests and earth quakes. Yet...
Published by detlefpalm 22 December 2014, 09h38 (Photos:7 | Geodata:1)
1:00↑283 m   T2  
20 Oct 14
Parz Lich - towards Maymekh Lerr
Having been dismissed by foul weather on Azhdahak, we were recovering our spirits through a grand tour of Armenian Monasteries. Still, we wanted to do some hiking, but were lacking information for alternative lower-altitude hikes suitable for late October. Hiking maps are not yet common in Armenia. Google Earth images of this...
Published by detlefpalm 20 December 2014, 18h40 (Photos:7 | Geodata:2)
1 days    T1  
19 Oct 14
Churches of Armenia
This tour to some of the most famous Armenian Churches will mainly be done by car. There are possibilities of walking from one monastery to the other. Almost all locations offer plenty of opportunity for easy or moderate hikes. We guessed that other hikers planning to climb some of Armenia's beautiful mountains will also need...
Published by detlefpalm 22 December 2014, 17h09 (Photos:22)