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in the Caucasus
Covering over 1100
km, ranging from
the Black Sea to
the Caspian Sea
Geographers divide the
Caucasus into two:
Greater Caucasus – This ranges
from the Black to the Caspian sea
and has a width of over 160 km in
some places. It is divided into
several smaller mountain ranges.
The highest peaks, which are over
5000 M, are found here, including
Schara, Elbrus, and Kazbek.
Lesser Caucasus – Found in
Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan,
the lesser Caucasus runs parallel to
the Greater Caucasus (about 100km
south). Its highest point is Aragat
in Armenia, which is 4095 M.
Climbing conditions in the Caucasus Mountains
range from mild to extreme and the weather
normally changes quickly. If you love hiking,
you can also take advantage of Georgia’s
mountainous settlements. While leaping on the
hill crests, there is a bevy of meadows and
historically preserved churches, towers, as
well as settlements that will definitely impress
Never Stop Exploring
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