An extension of the much shorter Noravank Trail, this trail leads hikers through an oasis for butterflies and bears alike, the Gnishik Canyon. It starts at the remote village of Gnishik and ends at the iconic Noravank Monastery.
Not for the faint of heart, this 15-day hike through Syunik Province takes hikers up rugged mountains and past ancient monasteries along old Silk Road footpaths. The trail kicks off from Goris and ends in Kapan.
Used by locals and monks centuries ago, this ancient trail takes you from the town of Tumanyan to the village of Tsater. Featuring breathtaking views of the Debed and Marts River gorges, this trail is part of the larger Debet Canyon trail network.
Pass by the ruins of an abandoned village on this picturesque, pine-scented path along the beautiful Aparan Reservoir. A 50 minute drive from Yerevan, this easy trail is perfect for a quick hike through nature!
Get a spectacular panoramic view of the Syunik landscape on this quick and easy hike from the Old Bells of Goris Monument to the town of Goris. Though part of the Legends Trail, this trail can also be hiked on its own.
This 5-hour loop hike kicks off in the village of Arzakan, taking hikers from Kotayk to Aragatostn by way of imposing mountain ridges. Along the way, take a moment to appreciate the small but beautiful Tsaghkunyats Lake.
Pass through not one, but three old abandoned villages on Day 3 of the Legends trail, and imagine what life was like perched atop the cliffs of Armenia’s Syunik Province. This trail can also be hiked on its own.