Volunteer With Us!

Building what will eventually become a 3,000km trail network is an enormous project, and both local and international volunteers play a core role in designing, building, testing, and maintaining the trail. Our teams offer no-frills experiences for those interested in undertaking the challenging work that supports the creation of the trail. We are continuously updating and improving our volunteer opportunities, which have included trailbuilding, trail maintenance, and online mapping projects, in accordance with the needs and progress of the trail.

If you are interested in joining us, please read this section of the website carefully to determine whether any of the available volunteer opportunities is a good fit for you. We hope volunteers enjoy themselves, make new friends, learn new skills, and immerse themselves in the cultures and landscapes of the Caucasus, but the primary purpose of volunteering is helping with the massive project of building the trail. Therefore, we ask volunteers to be flexible, open-minded, adventurous, and eager to work hard and to understand and agree to the conditions and rules of the programs.

We strive to create enjoyable and productive experiences, but we also want potential volunteers to understand what they are committing to before arriving in the Caucasus. The beautiful photos and stories throughout this website convey part of the story, but the work encompasses challenges and limitations, as well.

Please take a look at the available volunteer opportunities below for more information about each specific project.

Volunteer With Us

2024 International Summer Trailbuilding Camps

Volunteer on a trail crew and help make the TCT a reality. Spend 9 days working alongside members of the Caucasus Conservation Corps, building trail in the rugged and remote valleys between Svaneti and Racha, Georgia.  


2024 Caucasus Conservation Corps

Local volunteer & crew leading training programs in Armenia, Georgia, & Azerbaijan

Join a group of young conservation leaders from the region to explore your passion for the outdoors, gain new skills, and make a positive impact on the environment. Through hands-on training and teamwork, you’ll gain valuable skills and work experience that can lead to future job opportunities in the field of conservation.

Check back in spring 2024 for upcoming opportunities!