Black Lake

Cover image © Giorgi Khutsishvili

The Black Lake, a pristine destination for those drawn to adventure tourism and picnicking, lies 11.5 kilometers (7.15 miles) away from the Goderdzi Pass and is situated at an altitude of 1,900 meters (6,233 feet) above sea level, on the route towards the well-known Green Lake. Enclosed by alpine woods and swamp flora, it presents a breathtaking tableau of nature’s splendor.

This area remains untouched by the convenience of vehicle-accessible roads, making the Black Lake a perfect spot for enthusiasts of picnicking, camping, and adventure tours who prefer the tranquility of nature over the bustle of crowded tourist spots.

Travelers eager to explore the Black Lake have two main routes at their disposal. The first begins at Goderdzi Pass, takes you past the scenic Green Lake and the Alma summer huts, and concludes at the lake’s serene shores. Alternatively, one could start their journey from Danisparauli Village, traverse past the Didachara and Alma summer huts, and culminate their adventure with a hike through the lush forest, eventually arriving at the lake.

Regardless of the chosen path, visitors will find themselves navigating through a dense forest massif, an experience that can be undertaken on foot or, for the more adventurous, in an off-road vehicle. The journey itself is a captivating adventure, filled with scenic beauty that rivals that of the lake. Those who complete the trek are greeted by the enchanting sight of the Black Lake, a reward well worth the effort.

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