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Why You Should Go Hiking in Georgia's Caucasus Mountains This Year

High in the Caucasus Mountains where Europe and Asia intersect, cowbells clang through grassy valleys, glaciers crown jagged peaks, and sunlight glints off of turquoise lakes. Here, at 6,000 feet in the former Soviet country of Georgia, the natural landscape is punctuated only by the occasional village, and even those—often unpaved and virtually devoid of cars—hark back to a not-so-distant past when shepherds were the only people around.

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