Amongst the higher slopes of Dilijan National Park, a few peaks appear to dominate the landscape: the magnificent mountaintops you’ll come across on this trail! We recommend packing camping gear and making this a multi-day hike.
This trail starts in the village of Dsegh, birthplace of an Armenian writer Hovhannes Tumanyan. Passing through a local forest, the trail takes you all the way to the main regional highway, and loops back to the village following a beautiful river valley.
This trail is named after a well-known Soviet Armenian film, based on a famous poem by the same name. Whether you’re familiar with the film or not, you’re sure to love this trail, which takes hikers through lush forests and beautiful monastic ruins.