Sharambeyen Street (Dilijan)

Landmark:Sharambeyen Street
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The Landmark

What should we know?

Name in local script:Շարամբեյանի փողոցում
Also known as:Sharambeyani p’voghots’um
 
Environment type:
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Location type:rural, town

What can we see or do there?

Attractions:
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Services:bakery,
Shops:crafts, souvenir

How much will it cost us?

Currency:Armenian Dram (AMD)
 
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:10 minutes
 
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Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

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What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:1,500m
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Top Descriptions

The Sharambeyen Street is one of the few tourist attractions in the town of . It is has been renovated to represent the traditional architecture of the region from the 19th century. Some buildings are reportedly good examples of what they once were and it is indeed a pleasant little part of the town.
 
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Top Tips

This is a very small street so do not factor in more than a few minutes to pass through.
The is on this street, and nearby.
This street is just a couple of minutes walk from , should you want to make a bit of your walk in town.
 
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Sharambeyen Street (Dilijan) Forum

Dilijan National Park

National Park:Dilijan National Park
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The National Park

What should we know?

Name in local script:Դիլիջանի ազգային պարկ
Also known as:Dilijani azgayin park
 
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Environment type:forest, lake, mountain, river
Location type:rural, town, village,

How much will it cost us?

Currency:Armenian Dram (AMD)
 
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:6 hours
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
every day6am
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High season:July to October
Low season:December to February
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Email:
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Telephone:26 827 032
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Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

How can we get there?

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Geographical feature:Central Caucuses
 
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What are the numbers and averages?

Size:240km2
Altitude:1070-2300m

Top Descriptions

Dilijan National Park offers a good opportunity to access some of beautiful landscape. Though no doubt incomparable to what would have once been here, large areas of forest (as well as meadows, lakes, and some species of high-altitude plant life) do remain. Trails lead to clearings which give impressive views of surrounding peaks and even ancient monasteries. All of the attractions and trails are quite accessible to the average hiker and certainly make for an excellent few days of adventure.
 

Top Tips

During the winter months some areas of the park are considered unsafe. Perhaps ask at for full details.
If you are here in winter, one excellent and navigable trail is the .
Apart from at , there is nothing along the trails in the way of shops or services. Do pack enough supplies!
Do not be alarmed or surprised if you encounter (illegal) loggers whilst hiking through here.
 
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Mosquitoes
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Unwanted attention
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Awe
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Recommendation
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Children
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Rain
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Snow
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In foreign currency
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Dilijan National Park Forum

The Geological Museum and Art Gallery of Dilijan

Museum:The Geological Museum and Art Gallery of Dilijan
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What should we know?

Name in local script:Դիլիջանի երկրագիտական թանգարան-պատկերասրահ
Also known as:Dilijani yerkragitakan t’angaran-patkerasrah
 
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Art type:anthropology, art, ethnogrophay

What can we see or do there?

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How much will it cost us?

Currency:Armenian Dram (AMD)
 
Ticket type:Cost:
adultAMD800
 
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:35 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
Tuesday to Saturday10am6pm
Sunday10.30am4.30pm
 
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Usually closed:Mondays
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How can we get in contact?

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Telephone:26 824 451
Postal address:The Geological Museum and Art Gallery of Dilijan, 28 Myasnikyan Street, 3906, ,
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Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

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Address:8 Myasnikyan Street
 
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Top Descriptions

Established in 1950, the modest Geological Museum and Art Gallery of predominantly showcases regional and national artwork spanning the previous 100 years. The paintings and sculptures seem to capture a life or landscape which represents the country. There is also a collection of archaeological artefacts that are displayed in a basement exhibit detailing the progress of civilisation in this region.
 
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Top Tips

It is probably best to come here expecting a gallery rather than a historical museum.
Though interesting for some, the archaeological exhibits in the basement did not stand out.
If you want a good meal while in this area, head to .
 
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The Geological Museum and Art Gallery of Dilijan Forum

Lake Parz (Dilijan)

Lake:Lake Parz
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The Lake

What should we know?

Name in local script:Պարզ Լիճ
Also known as:lichy parz, Pure Lake
 
Environment type:forest, hill, lake, mountain, woods
Location type:rural, village

What can we see or do there?

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Birds:herons

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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:35 minutes
 
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How can we get in contact?

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Telephone:026 827 032, 026 827 171
 
Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

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What are the numbers and averages?

Size:32,725m2
Depth:10m
 
Altitude:1,400m

Top Descriptions

Situated less than 13km outside of , Lake Parz is a small medium-altitude lake surrounded by the verdant forests of . Though it’s a great spot for a picnic, ‘Parz’ (pure) is somewhat of a misnomer as this lake is quite green. Nevertheless, this is a popular spot during the season, especially since it’s possible to reach this peaceful lake either by hiking here from or or by taking a 4×4 carefully up the main dirt road. And unlike nearby , there are some facilities here during the warmer months such as a restaurant and a few activities for the kids.
 
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Top Tips

Two good hikes start or end here. The first is the excellent and rewarding 2- to 3-hour , which is highly recommended. It’s also possible to hike back to via the in less than 4 hours.
There is a dirt road heading up here that cars can take, but as it’s often quite rutted and muddy it might not be a good idea to try it unless you’re experienced and have a jeep or 4×4 (although it can be managed without). Nevertheless, a taxi here from shouldn’t cost any more than AMD4,000 - 5,000, although some drivers will ask for more due to the poor condition of the road.
The local people do not recommended swimming in this lake, as inviting as it might be on a hot day.
 
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Intoxication
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Altitude
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Descent
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Intensity
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Amount
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Captivation
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General costs
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Interactivity
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Recommendation
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Safety
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Value for money
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Ability to cook
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Ability to explore
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Freedom
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Tolerance (affection)
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Tolerance (drugs)
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Tolerance (LGBT)
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Beggars
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Hassle
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Hawkers
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Insects
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Mosquitoes
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Noise
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Price inflation
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Sunbathing
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Swimming
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Adrenaline
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Awe
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Captivation
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Interactivity
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Recommendation
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Tour groups
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LGBT
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Air quality
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Pollution
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Awe
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Beauty
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Visibility
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Drought
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Flood
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Humidity
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Rain
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Snow
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Wind
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Fishing factor
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Danger (humans)
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Danger (land animals)
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Dengue
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Landslides
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Malaria
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Robbery
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Multilingual
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4x4
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Camping
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Equipment (cooking)
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Equipment (hiking)
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Equipment (weatherproof)
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Guides
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Map
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Snacks
1
Sun protection
1
Ability to take photos
1
Photogenic factor
1
Distance to hospital
1
Safety
1
Safety equipment (need)
1
Security
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Cleanliness
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Maintenance
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Lake Parz (Dilijan) Forum

Lake Gosh (Dilijan)

Lake:Lake Gosh
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The Lake

What should we know?

Name in local script:լիճը գոշ
Also known as:lichy gosh
 
Environment type:forest, hill, lake, mountain, woods
Location type:rural, village

What can we see or do there?

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Currency:Armenian Dram (AMD)
 
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:25 minutes
 
Day:Opens:Closes:
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How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Telephone:026 827 032, 026 827 171
 
Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

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What are the numbers and averages?

Size:8000m2
Depth:8m
 
Altitude:1,450m

Top Descriptions

Situated only a few kilometres outside of Gosh village, Lake Gosh is a small medium-altitude lake surrounded by the verdant forests of . A great spot for a picnic, it’s possible to reach this peaceful lake either by hiking here from or by taking a 4×4 carefully up the main dirt road. There’s not much to do here otherwise though, and there are no facilities at all to speak of.
 
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Top Tips

Consider hiking to this lake from on the in about an hour. An extension of this hike would be to start from on the , though you’d need 3 to 4 hours to be able to do this comfortably.
There is a dirt road heading up here that cars can take, but as it’s often extremely muddy it might not be a good idea to try it unless you’re experienced and have a jeep or decent 4×4.
The local people do not recommended swimming in this lake.
 
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Lake Gosh (Dilijan) Forum

Lake Parz to Dilijan Hike (Dilijan National Park Transcaucasian Trail)

Hike:Lake Parz to Dilijan Hike
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The Hike

What should we know?

Name in local script:Լիճ Փարզ Դիլիջանի քայլերթը
Also known as:Lich P’arz Dilijani k’aylert’y
 
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Environment type:forest, hill, lake, mountain, stream, woods
Location type:rural, town, village

What can we see or do there?

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Animals:deer, wolves
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:4 to 6 hours
 
High season:July, August
Low season:January, February

How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Telephone:026 827 032, 026 827 171
 
Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

How can we get there?

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What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:1,500 to 1,769m
Distance:11.5km

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This is a medium difficulty 4- to 5-hour hike from in to the town of itself. You’ll pass through dense forests along the way, as well as across clearings and numerous streams. There are even a couple of good viewpoints along this trail, with excellent views on a clear day to the often snowy mountains north.
 
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Top Tips

There are no facilities once you’re on the trail, so make sure you bring ample water, a few snacks, and some good footwear too. This trail can also get quite muddy at certain times of the year, so come expecting that and you should be fine.
Consider extending this trail by doing this route in reverse and continuing on to via the .
A taxi to shouldn’t cost you more than between AMD4,000 - 5,000. If you decide to do this hike in reverse, you should be able to find someone to call you a taxi back from too – unless you’re doing this hike in the winter when the facilities there are closed.
Expect to get a little lost at times along this trail, especially if you’re doing this hike in the winter when it is not so well maintained. Keep an eye out for the Transcaucasian Trail white and red markers (as well as the red arrows and red ribbons), and perhaps consider downloading the map from . The can also give you some good information, or organise a guide.
 
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Lake Parz to Dilijan Hike (Dilijan National Park Transcaucasian Trail) Forum

Dilijan to Jukhtakvank and Matosavank Monasteries Hike

Hike:Dilijan to Jukhtakvank and Matosavank Monasteries Hike
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The Hike

What should we know?

Name in local script:Դիլիջանը դեպի Ջուխտկվանք եւ Մատոսավանք մատուռների զբոսանք
Also known as:Dilijany depi Jukhtkvank’ yev Matosavank’ maturrneri zbosank’
 
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Environment type:forest, hill, mountain, stream, woods
Location type:rural, town, village

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Animals:dogs
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How much will it cost us?

Currency:Armenian Dram (AMD)
 
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When should we go there, and for how long?

Average time taken:3 hours (round trip)
 
High season:July, August
Low season:January, February

How can we get in contact?

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Telephone:026 827 032, 026 827 171
 
Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

How can we get there?

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Route:Starting at , head west along Getapnya Street beside the little river there until you run out of road and are forced up onto the main M8 highway. Follow this highway west also until you see Abovyan Street signed on your right. Take this turning and follow it for a good 30 to 40 minutes.
 
(continued):The only time that you may get a little lost on this hike is when you need to turn off to reach and , but this is fairly easy to do. After 30 or 40 minutes of walking along Abovyan Street you’ll come to a fork in the road with a track heading straight, one heading right up to and one heading left and over a little stream to . Both of these side tracks only take about 20 minutes each, and only the one headed to requires that you turn left off the main track onto a small foot trail.

What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:1,500 to 1,600m
Distance:14km (round trip)

Top Descriptions

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This is a half day hike directly out of , visiting and in . For most of the journey you’ll be following town and village roads, so the scenery is nothing too special. However, once you get off the main tracks to visit the two monasteries things get a lot more peaceful, and there are even some good views of the mountains in the distance on a clear day.
 
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Top Tips

There are no facilities once you’re on the trail, so make sure you bring ample water, a few snacks, and some good footwear too. The side trails up to the two monasteries can also get quite muddy, so come expecting that with some good footwear and you should be fine.
As there is some illegal logging going on here, be a little cautious of what you photograph in the area closest to the monasteries during the off-season period. There are a few dogs on Abovyan Street to watch out for also, although many of them are quite docile.
It’s possible to continue hiking along the Transcaucasian Trail here by taking the side track up to and then following the TCT signs right onto a small track.
 
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Tour groups
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Snow
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Dilijan to Jukhtakvank and Matosavank Monasteries Hike Forum

Matosavank Monastery (Dilijan)

Historical site:Matosavank Monastery
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The Historical Site

What should we know?

Name in local script:Մատոսավանք վանք
Also known as:Matosavank’ vank’
 
Environment type:forest, hill, mountain, stream, woods
Location type:rural, town, village

How much will it cost us?

Currency:Armenian Dram (AMD)
 
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How long should it take us?

Average time taken:15 minutes
 
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High season:July, August
Low season:January, February

How can we get in contact?

Email:
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Telephone:026 827 032, 026 827 171
 
Language(s):Armenian, English, Russian
Timezone:UTC+04:00
Country calling code:+374

How can we get there?

Coordinates:
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Transportation type:bus
Route number:
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The Directions

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What are the numbers and averages?

Altitude:1,500m
Size:
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Top Descriptions

Situated inside forested , Matosavank is a ruined monastery about 3km from the edge of town. Built in the 13th century, what now remains of this small church isn’t impressive at all from the outside (especially if you’ve experienced other monasteries in the country such as , or ), although the inside has some interesting carvings and is blanketed in a vibrant green moss. However, in combination with a visit to nearby , this makes for a pleasant enough half day outing if you’ve done everything else there is to do in .
 
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Top Tips

Consider visiting here on the , in combination with nearby .
You’ll find this ruined church half way up a muddy and steep jeep track heading into the forest and left off the main road. This turning is exactly where the road splits in three, with one track heading left to this church, one heading right and uphill to and the other continuing straight ahead. Once about halfway up this jeep track, look out for the red arrows pointing left down a short, muddy footpath. It’s then only a quick 5-minute hike up to the ruins.
As there is some illegal logging going on here, be a little cautious of what you photograph in this area during the off-season period. There are a few dogs on this path from to watch out for also, although many of them are quite docile.
 
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Beggars
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Hawkers
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Insects
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Mosquitoes
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Wind
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