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Hermon – Karmrashen- Herher- Herher Water Reservoir:MTB  (Armenia)      313 views  
          Route creator State Tourism Committee  
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Technical:  1.0
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Distance: 21.4 miles
Ascent: 2,234 feet
Time: 3:18 minutes
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This biking trail passes through the Hermon and Herher villages, in Vayots Dzor province. It is located 32km east of Vayk, on the right bank of the Arpa River. The trail leads from Hermon village by a gravel road right up to the top of a hill, at a height of 2,240m. From this height, you may view the uncountable mountains of this province and feel the warmth of the sun. Vayots Dzor is a region of valleys and gorges, streams and rivers, high mountains and mysterious caves.Leaving Goghtanik village on the left, you will descend via a zigzag gravel road to the valley of the Herher River. Riding along the Herher River, you will cross the Karmrashen and Herher villages, and later, the Herher water reservoir. Riding for another 1-2km, you will reach the end of the trail. Technical specifications of the trail: The best time to visit: April-November Yerevan is 144km away from Hermon, so the road there takes 2hr. 26min. and costs 14,400 – 15,000 AMD (if you take a taxi). The distance of the biking trail is 34km. The duration of biking is 3.5hours. The area is located at an altitude of 1318-2240m above sea level.80% of the road is covered with sandstones, the remaining 20% is asphalted.The best drink to have on hand is bottled water.How to reach the trail:To reach the above-mentioned trail, you need to get to Hermon village, in the Vayots Dzor province. It is most convenient to travel by taxi. We recommend taking a cab with a taximeter. ©State Tourism Committee of RA

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PlaceName  Best Time   Total Time  SpeedCompleted
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