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hayash  
#21 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2011 12:46:20 AM(UTC)
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So, I started from tusheti (rshrotheca from Tbilisi to the tlavi and talevi tusheti). Food should bring Tbilisi that there is one small shop tusheti greatly which has bread and toilet paper at best (if it is open).
In tusheti itself are forbidden to eat pork, and I respect that out of respect for local residents (almost every salami buy way to contain pork, search it says no candle.)
Tusheti, trekking day I did before I started going to cost what there kazbegi Summit was incredible, a very small village with very few residents with very rustic atmosphere.

I traveled with topographic maps I bought on giaoland, I'm going to store your card with your address if you like, and the story of a guy and functional and was fine.
Fine = I got lost once and it took me about an hour to go. Not bad at all.
The Turk made on 8 + (plus one that we saw in the third or fourth day Lake amazing morning we came in very sunny day, and he called us, so we stayed.)
About the food there is good news, so the only way you're going through it that Tilly and very little store that sells mostly soups and ready nodlesim only need to add water, not real food. We carried throughout the Trek and it was a wise decision.
Just another note-the topic bread sold in any place is no preservatives, namely insanely delicious if you eat it the same day, next day it kind of gross.
Water is plentiful all along, it's always a gallon bottle of water anywhere near enough to put the tent is always there.
One vendor has serious way that I forgot the name for a moment, and then (if you come from that I went) there is some two hours ' walk before reaching normal to put a tent (very steep before) so take this into account in planning.

Some tips and notes:
1. along the way you meet the Georgian army for quite some times, it's because you're going close to the border with Russia. They love, and always sat with soldiers, usually they give us fresh bread and invited us to dinner. They are also a very good source of guidance. Even if we were sure we were OK, we asked to verify.
2. once encountering soldiers they recommended us to veer off the trail to reach Lake said, was worth it. So if they offer you similar things you can try if you have enough food.
3. another comment about the soldiers every time you meet them you need to present the Passport then take him somewhere accessible, and you get the kind of man a note saying that they had seen the last and then out of nowhere. Keep these notes.
4 more people that you meet in this way, shepherds, who live in the summer. It's not a village, but a few scattered homes, they prepare everything for themselves. Us reservations for lunch at 11 a.m. which included quite a bit of alcohol 40% fat courtesy we had to drink. Then the tndendeno half of the day but it was a good experience.
5. along the way sometimes have to cross rivers, and always are. The deepest River crossing deserve to waist with no weak flow, so save your Sandals someplace accessible.
6. you can buy bars, but it's a big place and there's plenty of grannies ready to host you and feed you and you can sleep in a comfortable bed, a shower and a traditional Georgian food. Is recommended.
7. pass there after if rushka is fuzzy, ask someone to show you what you're supposed to pass on the cost. You come from a dead end, you have to climb to one of three possible directions. Make sure where you need to climb before you get to the top (and it wasn't the right vendor).
8. There are many writers, kazbegi, and even market. So that you don't have to worry.

Georgia, traveled with her for a month and a half, and I can't wait to get back. Enjoy, and if you have further questions-fun.
orotem  
#22 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2011 1:33:35 AM(UTC)
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Wow thanks a lot! Where have you been? :-)
The map you bought there include the check for or a White Russian?
hayash  
#23 Posted : Wednesday, July 20, 2011 11:38:41 PM(UTC)
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In Georgia or even
You need to be more specific ...:)
However, there is a path on the map or through itself.
Added image outlines general Trek.
I bought the map, sat with the story and drew me a map. (It's not that I did, and only until the cords)

זמי1  
#24 Posted : Thursday, July 21, 2011 11:56:56 AM(UTC)
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You can jump for a short visit. Everything is cheap there.
orotem  
#25 Posted : Friday, July 22, 2011 10:06:35 PM(UTC)
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Where can I buy gas in Tbilisi? Preferably with valve (if applicable).
And if you have any recommendations on places to sleep in Tbilisi and throughout the Trek including haazbk-
Thanks again
hayash  
#26 Posted : Sunday, July 24, 2011 2:13:44 AM(UTC)
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I have a nzinia so I'm not sure about, I'm sure I saw the gas canisters in the store but I have no idea what they were.

About-accommodation along the only Trek tent, except in shtili not moving at all (and I'm not there, rushka recommends bed).

In Tbilisi – I slept "with Irena" but I can't recommend it, was too crowded and for me.

And I slept with some kazbegi Grandma caught you off amrshrotka and was very nice.
There is room for all Israelis going kazbegi to "NASI" for if you love those places (and if not then know where not to go)

The upper you won't get
orotem  
#27 Posted : Sunday, July 24, 2011 12:02:34 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the warning from:-)
Maybe if upper time. Is it very different? We recommend?
hayash  
#28 Posted : Sunday, July 24, 2011 8:50:51 PM(UTC)
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If Yes, then.
Not at the expense of running the place.
elik_l  
#29 Posted : Saturday, August 20, 2011 10:57:05 AM(UTC)
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Hello

I am looking for a holiday destination, cslosha, and one of the top options is Georgia.

Is the weather in early October allows (d) Trek in the mountains?

I am not familiar with options, yet but I'd be happy to answer.

גלעד23  
#30 Posted : Wednesday, August 24, 2011 1:15:26 AM(UTC)
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Hi
Georgia and you have a lot of beautiful options for different views. You want short or long treks

About winter I sent an email to people there and soon you're going to write you answer.

Georgia has 3 sets of alpinistim trying to find them online, through them you will know what the perfect seasons.


elik_l  
#31 Posted : Thursday, August 25, 2011 7:32:49 PM(UTC)
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Hey, thanks for the reference.

I'd like a number.

Treks can be, although I'd like to be in several areas of Georgia, so I suppose two or three treks of several days would be ideal for me.

Would love if you update when you have an answer when we recommend Trek.

When I get back (already purchased tickets), I can update the forum about options in October.

marikth  
#32 Posted : Thursday, September 8, 2011 5:19:13 PM(UTC)
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I want to fly to Georgia in mid-October
Any idea what the weather?
זמי1  
#33 Posted : Thursday, September 8, 2011 6:22:36 PM(UTC)
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The cities or mountains? To walk? For a car?

marikth  
#34 Posted : Sunday, September 11, 2011 3:25:01 PM(UTC)
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Both too.
I figured the fly on November 24.
Thinking about a trip or 2 Jeep,
Some three days trekking
And in some cities.

11-24 more comfortable. But the second option is 28/9-8/10
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#35 Posted : Monday, September 12, 2011 7:05:58 PM(UTC)
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Take a look at travel Web site. There are some stories of people who stroll around October, including quite a few "we couldn't go to X because of the weather.
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#36 Posted : Thursday, September 22, 2011 2:12:03 AM(UTC)
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Chances of rain and possibly a Blizzard of early season (perhaps.)
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#37 Posted : Saturday, September 24, 2011 2:46:43 AM(UTC)
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I was there 2 weeks last year just in these dates, and besides I was freezing (and another good one brass would have solved the problem), there were blue skies almost all the time, except for two days of rain and a Blizzard one. There are areas that we don't recommended to reach because roads are blocked, too (toshti I think), but we stay in kazbegi, and took and was excellent.
But it's a matter of luck. When we arrived we were told that just ended eight straight days of rain.
In short, good luck:)
גלעד23  
#38 Posted : Tuesday, October 4, 2011 2:28:49 AM(UTC)
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I traveled there last summer, rain storms were some days, and the Highlands also froze in the walls of the tent. Every day I was in the עג'רה area was a constant deluge. I personally love it.

Good luck if you have any more questions just ask.
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#39 Posted : Sunday, October 23, 2011 1:56:19 PM(UTC)
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Is there a book with hiking trails in Georgia?
gurji  
#40 Posted : Tuesday, November 1, 2011 3:39:06 AM(UTC)
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Shalom Baruch.
Several hiking trails are unknown to me but I know a site that gives a lot of information about Georgia, called "little Georgia in Israel once read there also known track cars and pedestrian path is inserted and read all this neat look good.
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