Best time to visit: All Season

On the footprint trail you will see panoramic views, sceneries of Kvabiskhevi canyon, Mariamtsminda church and rare species of yew, included in the Red List; Yew has the longest life among the European trees.

The visit to Borjomi-Kharagauli National park is not free. For registration, booking of the tourist shelter and other services contact/visit Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park Visitor Center



Day 1:

Rout starts from the Borjomi-Kharagauli National Park entrance and goes along the road. The trail crosses the river with the footbridge. After the footbridge, you will find the information board. From the information board trail continues to the left and goes uphill with the serpentine. On the spot where the Nikolay Romanov Trail joins the Footprint path, you continue the path to the left to Footprint Trail path. This section is relatively difficult, but here you can find breathtaking views on Kvabiskhevi Gorge, which is distinguished by biodiversity and beautiful at any time of the year. At the end of the path are camping and picnic places.

1 day
13 km (8.08 mi)
Distance from the Capital
160 km (99.42 mi)

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