An update for those who have been waiting for details of this year’s volunteer programme in Armenia. We have made the decision to focus on giving young Armenians the opportunity to work on the section of the TCT that will become theirs to build upon in the future. For this reason we will not be […]
Following the success of the scouting & mapping expedition in 2016, the year just gone has been a staggering step-up for the Transcaucasian Trail in Armenia. With another New Year kicking in, I want to cast an eye back over the last 12 months and bring our supporters and followers up to speed on all […]
Catherine Easdon, of the University of Bristol Expedition Society, led a trip to Svaneti earlier this summer and collected data for the TCT project. She has kindly written this account of the trip with helpful advice for those planning similar treks. By Catherine Easdon 2am, 19th June. Sleepily peering out of the window as we […]
If you’re planning on hiking from Dilijan to Parz Lake and through to Goshavank, you’ll be pleased to hear that two brand new trails have just been opened on this important route through Dilijan National Park, and are now available for use by hikers and mountain bikers alike! A big part of the Transcaucasian Trail’s […]
Summer is here in the Caucasus, and for the Transcaucasian Trail team, that means only one thing: grabbing our tools and heading out into the mountains to open up more of this stunning region for hikers, adventure travellers, and lovers of the outdoors. This year, building on the success of last year’s trailbuilding efforts on […]
Our friend and filmmaker Dave Katz said in a summary of his latest video on the Transcaucasian Expedition (https://vimeo.com/192392143): “Can you imagine a mountain range as big as the Alps and the Pyrenees combined, without an established trekking route? In 2016, a team of idealistic outdoor enthusiasts in the Caucasus decided to build one…”.