If you’re an experienced outdoorsperson and you want to get involved in the most pioneering element of the Transcaucasian Trail project, we’d love to hear from you.
Beyond regional trailbuilding camps, much of our work on the ground involves exploring and mapping remote and uncharted areas of the mountains in search of routes that could be developed as part of the future route of the Transcaucasian Trail.
You’ll need to be competent and willing to lead expedition-level trekking excursions in wild backcountry with limited maps and information (think ML/IML or equivalent). Our team on the ground can offer a certain level of planning and logistical support, we can train you in the kind of data that needs to be collected. After that, it’ll be up to you – but you’ll be right on the bleeding edge of the project.
If that sounds like your kind of thing, please get in touch!