|Location:||Europe > Georgia > Stepantsminda (Kazbegi)|
How can we get in contact?
|Country calling code:||+995|
What should we know?
|Name in local script:||მყინვარწვერი|
|Also known as:||Mqinvartsveri;|
|Environment type:||hill, glacier, mountain, woods|
|Location type:||rural, town, viewpoint, village|
What can we see or do there?
|Attractions:||Gergeti Holy Trinity Church, Mount Kazbek Viewpoint|
|Activities:||Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) to Gergeti Holy Trinity Church Hike|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Georgian Lari (GEL)|
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|Mount Kazbek is one of the most popular mountains in this region, with some claiming that there is something particularly archetypal about its appearance. Perhaps it is its jagged and exceptionally steep snowy slopes that help it to stand out. Certainly, as the third largest mountain in Georgia, it dominates the view on a clear day from Stepantsminda town and is indeed rather stunning.|
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|For great morning views of this mountain, stay at Anano Guest House.|
|Although Kazbek may not be as accessible in winter, the Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) to Gergeti Holy Trinity Church Hike is still a very rewarding way to get quite a bit closer.|
|To get a view of both Gergeti Holy Trinity Church and Kazbek, you will likely have to take shot from down in Stepantsminda (Kazbegi).|
|It’s possible to hike to the glacier of this mountain in about 6 hours. Ask around in town for more information.|
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