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“highest peak” (3 reviews)
“lavash” (3 reviews)
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Aragats Road, Armenia
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Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

Upon arrival in Armenia, we were offered by the guide for a Day Tour to Mt. Aragats and since all of us are newly arrived and no program fixed yet, we opted in to join the tour. Based on what was shown to us, the...More

Thank Hexebella
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Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

The top of the Aragats is about 3900m but the climbing stars from 3200m. You can accede to the starting level with a car. You don't have to have professional equipments or have experienced climbing before. We were a group of 50 ans except 3...More

Thank gs1905masis
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Reviewed 9 November 2017

I hiked the north peak with a group of friends at the end of July 2017. I don't know that any of us really understood what we were getting ourselves into, but if you are in good shape, have hiking experience and are up for...More

4  Thank Lara K
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Reviewed 6 November 2017 via mobile

Worth the view, great experience. Its quite a travel on our way up, very very cold. Must wear hand gloves and enough warm clothings.

3  Thank Pauline M
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

If some one likes ice, Visit these place . Its amazing place with best view. Snow is the beautiful attraction and we will feel that, wont come back from this place

1  Thank GREENPOINT TOUR... L
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Reviewed 22 July 2017

This is an amazing hike to 13000 feet. You need to drive until Kare lij (Weather station) and then continue hiking from there. One thing to consider need to have water with you and also a guide would be helpful to make sure you are...More

Thank Samuel G
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Reviewed 3 July 2017

Mt.Aragats or Ararat or Ararad,locals seem to call nicely & happily. This is snow capped little Ararat on the left side & greater Ararat on the right side with best view fro Yerevan city everywhere Mt.Ararat forms a near quadripoint between Turkey,Armenia,Azerbaijan and Iran too....More

Thank Jothilingam E
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Reviewed 1 May 2017

The locals seems to call it Mount Ararat or Ararad. In google it shows Aragat. All same. It is tallest mountain in Armenia and visible clearly from yerevan. short 2-3 hours drive to closest point is Kari Lake. enroute you can cover Amberd Fort. We...More

Thank Parag N
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Reviewed 2 February 2017

We climbed Mt Aragats Northern peak on friday 12th of august 2016. We were 4: parents + 2 daughters of 16 and 12. We are used to do some (mountain)hikes during holidays but have no experience at all in real climbing. It didn't look very...More

6  Thank ChristineDeSc
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Reviewed 27 September 2016

Last month my cousin and I wanted to conquer Mount Ararat, the highest mountain in Armenia. The mountain has 4 summits whereas the northern peak is the highest with 4,090 m above sea level. We understood several of our friends and internet information that it...More

4  Thank Ben W
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