About the Transcaucasian Trail

The Transcaucasian Trail (TCT) will be a world-class, long-distance hiking trail more than 3,000km in length, following the Greater and Lesser Caucasus Mountains and connecting roughly two dozen national parks and protected areas in the region.

Bordering Europe, Asia and the Middle East, the region known variously as the Caucasus, the South Caucasus, or Transcaucasia is one of the most biologically, culturally and linguistically diverse regions in the world – yet one that few have had the chance to explore. Now, united by a shared vision of a long-distance trail network across the region, a growing community of local and international hikers, cartographers and conservationists is putting this hidden gem on the map to help ensure that the landscapes and heritage of the region can be enjoyed by future generations.

The TCT has been in active development since 2015, and momentum for the movement is growing fast. Join us to be part of this incredible project in one of the most intriguing regions on Earth!

Hike The Trail

Hike the trail

We’re always eager to have intrepid hikers beta-test sections of the Transcaucasian Trail in Georgia and Armenia. We’ll give you all the info you need.

Volunteer With Us


Two-week international volunteer programs run from July to September, and weekend trail building excursions are organized throughout the spring, summer, and fall.

Become A Member


Become a member of the Transcaucasian Trail Association! For a monthly or annual charitable donation, you can be on the inside of this exciting project and receive members-only benefits.