Didi Abuli Mountain


Feel on top of the world when you climb to the summit of the tallest mountain in Georgia’s Samtskhe-Javakheti province! At an elevation of 3,300 meters, Didi Abuli is an extinct stratovolcano that adds a sense of wonder to the surrounding landscape of the Lesser Caucasus Mountains. This mountain is an iconic landmark that can be seen from most of the region. When planning their journey up the mountain, hikers can choose from multiple paths of varying difficulty. It is located just west of Paravani Lake, and hikers can start their trek from the village of Poka.

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