Greater Caucasus

From Mtskheta on the Georgian Military Road head to the snow-covered peaks of the Caucasus Mountains. For centuries, the Caucasian ridge was the northern border of Georgia and bulwark. And only one road led from south to north, which in the future became known Georgian military. The road itself is very picturesque along the Aragvi Gorge, passes ancient castle Ananuri, then rises to the serpentine Cross Pass (2379 m) and also down to the Daryal Gorge. And along the way you can see not only the majestic mountains and the ski resort of Gudauri, look from the platform into the bottomless pit, walk around and try travertine mineral acidic water. In the village Stepantsminda admire the snow-covered and Kazbek climb to the church of St. Trinity, which color the background of the mountains. If you linger a little longer in the mountains, be sure to visit the gorge Truso and jute with a waterfall and outs of mineral water. In the mountain, secret gorges Pshav-Khevsureti situated walled city of Georgian mountaineers and Mutso Shatili. Magical views of mountains, glacial lakes, pristine, untouched by civilization nature of the Greater Caucasus is waiting for you.