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● Truso Valley, Khevi (Khazbegi Municipality), Georgia

● Historical province: Khevi (Khazbegi Municipality)

Difficulty level:

B-1 ?


● Total: 2-3 days

● Hiking/Trekking: 1-2 days

Extreme elevation difference:

358 m / 1175 ft ?

Total hiking distance:

There and back through Kasara Canyon: 44,1 km / 27,4 miles | There and back through Kasara Canyon Bypass (the pass on the right bank of Terek): 50 km / 33,1 ft

Hiking route direction:


One way


The circumstances to be considered:

● Find our terms and conditions here.

● For obtaining necessary permit from Georgian Border Police, Bisna needs the photo of the information page of your passport that should be sent us at least 8 days prior the tour.

● Crossing strong river stream(s), that, apart of being an obstacle and physical challenge, results in getting footwear (and maybe trousers too) wet as well.

● Getting footwear/trousers wet during the hike

Various amateur videos:

● Kasara Canyon
● Truso Travertines

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Truso Valley, spanning from the source of the Terek (Tergi) River to Almasiani village, stands nearly deserted by the local populace.

Throughout the valley, numerous abandoned villages, complete with ancient towers and remnants of fortifications, dot the landscape.

It can be observed that some of the fortified settlements in Truso Valley rival those found in Khevsureti and Tusheti in both size and architectural significance. Villages such as Mna (in Mna Valley), Ketrisi, Abano, Zakagori, Karatkhau, Burmasigi, Tepi, and Resi are notable examples. Resi village, situated at the highest elevation (2400 m / 7874 ft) in Georgia, though abandoned today, once held the distinction of being among the highest settlements in both Georgia and Europe.

The Truso Travertines, formed by mineral-rich springs within the valley, offer a captivating sightseeing experience.

Bisna exclusively offers journeys into the uppermost reaches of Truso Valley.

Embark on a voyage to Truso Valley with Bisna and immerse yourself in the enigmatic aura of its abandoned fortified villages.

Mount Kazbek seen from Truso Valley