Truso Valley

Region : Kazbegi Municipality

Length of the route:  40 km / 498 m

Terrain description: well-compacted stony gravel; Sort of difficult sections (large stones and ups and downs are considered difficult)

Difficulty: Medium


Recommended bike: MTB; Gravel; Cyclocross

Recommended season: from late spring to October.

Additional Tip: Go down from the Jvari Pass to the entrance to the valley, where large trucks will also meet and caution is required. Opposite the police station (police on the right) is the entrance to the valley and begins the gravel road;

On the way you will meet only acidic water. The white travertines are a natural monument on the left, which can be crossed neither on foot nor on bike. Opposite the travertine is a café (closed during a pandemic), from where a trail leads to Bukbuka Lake (only walking distance).

Spectacular side: The majesty of the mountains, the most beautiful views of the Jvari Pass and the Truso Valley; Zakagori Castle;