The route starts in the village of Lakhushdi, a small but densely-populated village within Mestia municipality. The Church of the Savior stands in its center, where metalwork and painted icons from the 12th-13th centuries are kept.
Elsewhere, the Hatsvali cable car shortens the path to Zuruldi Ridge, but a large forest and a long distance remain.
In the alpine zone around the pine forests, a truly magical adventure awaits, as you arrive at Zuruldi Ridge to marvel at a 360-degree panorama. Examining at close quarters the peaks of the Caucasus Mountains, you feel a sense of elevation, standing 2,300 meters above sea level.
Thereafter, you make your way towards the village of Tsvimri, again heading through the woods. Tetnuldi is visible from here, while the Icon of the Virgin Mary of Iveria Church, which was built between 2015 and 2018, also stands in Tsvimri.
Family hotels await visitors looking to enjoy some Svan hospitality and cuisine, while this seeking solitude may pitch a tent and camp.