Mount Hol from Avshen Ascent
ElevationAscent: 1,718' 524 m
Descent: 0' 0 m
High: 8,845' 2,696 m
Low: 7,127' 2,172 m
GradeAvg Slope: 18% (10°)
Max Slope: 47% (25°)
Popular ski lines nearby
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1.6 mi 2.6 km • 0 ft Descent • -0.06 m Descent
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Mount Artavaz: Ski Trail
1.5 mi 2.3 km • -1,724 ft Descent • -525.42 m Descent
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1.5 mi 2.4 km • -1,604 ft Descent • -488.81 m Descent
Mount Teghenis: West Summit Ski Trail
2.7 mi 4.3 km • -2,157 ft Descent • -657.57 m Descent
Mount Teghenis: East Ski Trail
1.1 mi 1.8 km • -1,730 ft Descent • -527.27 m Descent
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“Avshen is a beautiful, cozy place with a unique winter look and heavy snow easily accessible on nearby Mount Hol.”— State Tourism Committee Republic of Armenia
Aragatsotn marz offers many ski trails. Especially Tukhmanuk Mount of Tsaghkunyats Mount from Melik village, Mount Hol from Charchakis village, Mount Kamar, etc.
This ski trail ascends the western side of Mount Hol from Avshen village. Beginning right from the village, skiers will reach the slopes of Mount Hol and will find a marked trail that makes navigation fairly straightforward. Mount Aragat, which is famous for its heavy snow and iconic peak, will be a source of excitement as you can see its snowy peak from the summit of Mount Hol. There, on the peak you can enjoy a dose of hot tea and organize the descent back to the village.
Avshen village is located in Aragatsotn marz on the southern slopes of the Tsaghkunyats Mount. The distance from the center is 49 km north, and the height from sea level is 2150m.
On the way back from the village, we recommend you visit Armenian Alphabet Monument, Saghmosavank, Hovhannavank Monasteries, the other sights of Aragatsotn marz.
Fauna: There are bears, wolves, and foxes in these places.
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