My childhood dream – Skiing Mount Ararat

It is awe-inspiring to set eyes on Mount Ararat for the first time: this colossus of a mountain, with a base of more than 1,000 square kilometres, raises its glorious snowy crest out of a green, sea-like landscape with untamed drama. Solitary, solemn, it dwarfs every other elevation around. From the top of the cone-shaped, dormant volcano, at 5137 metres, one can see the plains of Anatolia, Iran, Armenia and the land-locked territories of Azerbaijan… Continue Reading