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The view of the Trinity Church silhouetted with Kazbegi mountain in the background is one of the finest and most iconic in Georgia. If you are reasonably fit it would be a shame not to do the walk up to the Church. Many people of...More
A wonderful place - very humbling - very beautiful. A good place to camp, nearby in the mountains overlooking the stunning landscape. Do not trust the local Delica taxi drivers, who will go to any lengths (including vandalism of out-of-town taxis) to get your business....More
We decided to walk up from town. While it was worth it, it definitely wasn’t easy. We also got a bit lost on the trail. Be sure not to miss where the trail starts heading up the mountain to the right (ignore white arrows pointing...More
I have seen breathtaking pictures of this church with mountain in the background. But when I got there, it was pretty disappointing. First of all, we need to hire a local car to take us there because the uphill road was unpaved and bumpy. The...More
We just did the amazing hike up to Gergeti church. There are new constructions on the road and the standard trails are disrupted by it. If you are following Lonely Planet you will find yourself in the middle of the construction site. Follow the river...More
Packed full of tourists, there's just nothing special about it. The roads are all under construction, so I imagine by the time the building is done, the area will be slightly less unpleasant, but the ugly tarmac road, the huge car park and the trash...More
Yes, you can get there in winter, but the weather is key. I am in Georgia now and have heard no reports of road closures due to snow. As for hiking there. We have done it without a guide in the summer time. If there is... More
Yes, you can get there in winter, but the weather is key. I am in Georgia now and have heard no reports of road closures due to snow. As for hiking there. We have done it without a guide in the summer time. If there is snow then that would certain,y change the nature of things completely. Check with the locals about conditions.