Ski in Armenian Highland

The Armenian Highland is one of the most popular destinations for in and off the piste skiing. There are three ski resorts operating in Armenia, of which Tsaghkadzor ski resort hosts thousands of skiers annually, among them the national ski teams from different countries in the region.

The Highland also has a lot to offer to off the piste skiers. Ski touring has turned to the winter leisure in Armenia with growing local and international demand for ski tours. Local ski touring teams and guides are geared up to assure a safe and unforgetable experience in Armenian Highland.

Ski Resorts

Tsaghkadzor


Location
Tsaghkadzor town, Kotayk Province
Overall skiable slopes
27 km (1.5 km easy, 9.2 km intermediate, 16.3 km difficult)
Elevation profile
1966 m - 2819 m (Difference 853 m)
Ski lifts
6 brand new lifts (5 chairlifts)
Ski season
early December - late April
Operating hours
9:30 - 17:30

Jermuk


Location
Jermuk town, Vayots Dzor Province
Overall skiable slopes
3 km (1.6 km easy, 1.4 km intermediate, 0 km difficult)
Elevation profile
2100 m - 2438 m (Difference 338 m)
Ski lifts
1 chairlift
Ski season
n/a
Operating hours
n/a

Akhtamar – Sevan


Location
Sevan town, Gegharkunik Province
Overall skiable slopes
2.5 km (2 km easy, 0.5 km intermediate, 0 km difficult)
Elevation profile
1900 m - 2249 m (Difference 349 m)
Ski lifts
1 chairlift
Ski season
late November - early April
Operating hours
9:00 - 18:00

One week ski tour in Armenia

Leave No Trace

  • Plan ahead & be prepared
  • Dispose the waste properly
  • Leave what you find
  • Minimize campfire impacts
  • Respect the wildlife
  • Be considerate of other visitors

Roads conditions

It is winter time! Check out road conditions before heading to the road! Beware of the snow & ice layer!

Vanadzor - Alaverdi section of the M6 Interstate highway stretching from Yerevan to Georgian border is temporarily closed. You can use Vanadzor-Stepanavan-Odzun-Alaverdi bypassing road.

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