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<big>'''The Janapar Trail leads hikers through Armenia and the Mountainous Republic of Artsakh (formerly known as Nagorno-Karabakh).'''</big><br>
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<big>'''Welcome to the Janapar Trail project. Unfortunately, due to the 44 days of war that ended on November 9, 2020, the trail is not in a hikeable state. As things on the ground become clearer, we will be able to determine when and which parts of the trail will be hiker-friendly once again. Thank you.'''</big><br>
Welcome to the Janapar Trail project. The Janapar Trail is a 500km (311 mile) hiking trail taking you past high mountains, over hills and through valleys and canyons, discovering many ancient monasteries and experiencing unforgettable hospitality.  Much of the trail is green and forested, and much of it is pristine.  Few travelers make it to many of the remote areas the trail takes you to, and you'll likely have the trail to yourself much of the time, or share it with a shepherd, as you are one of the first hikers to discover this area rich in history, culture and nature.
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===Information and Resources===
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* [[Bari Janapar]]: Introduction and info on hiking the Janapar
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* [[Janapar Trail Descriptions|Trail Descriptions]]: Section by section trail descriptions with maps
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* [http://www.janapartrail.org/wiki/Homestay_Directory Homestay Directory]: The original list of homestays (verified and unverified)
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* [https://foursquare.com/user/145773497/list/janapar-trail-homestays Foursquare Homestay List]: Verified Homestays list on Foursquare where you can leave comments
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* [http://www.facebook.com/janapar.trail/photos Photo Gallery]
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* [http://facebook.com/janapar.trail Official Facebook page]
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* [https://www.facebook.com/groups/JanaparTrail/ Facebook Janapar Trail Discussion group]
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* [https://www.reddit.com/r/JanaparTrail/ Reddit discussions]
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* [https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/640280-janapar-trail Janapar Online Store]
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* [https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RXMH2BL Janapar T-shirt (only) on Amazon]
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* [[Հյուրատան կառավարման պլան]]
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* [http://www.janapartrail.org/wiki/Thru_Hike_Finishers_List Thru-Hike Finishers List]
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The Janapar Trail Project is a volunteer-based organization whose goal is to develop the hiking potential of Artsakh and support the touristic development of the region. The project has created marked trails, maps, located homestays, and created this website.  Please share your questions and feedback with us so we can continuously improve the trail and our data. Please help spread the word about the Janapar Trail! Like and share the Facebook group, share posts, and tag any photos or tweets with #JanaparTrail
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Janapar Trail blogs in other languages:
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* [http://www.sipurderech.co.il/ארמניה/טרק-בארמניה-גנאפאר-נגורנו-קראבאך ג'נאפאר (Hebrew)]
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* [http://www.sopivastihukassa.com/janapar-trail/ Suomalainen (Finnish)]
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* [http://5kierunek.pl/janapar-trail-szlak-przez-arcach-i-armenie/ Dżanapar (Polish)]
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* [ Džanapar (Czech)]
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* [ Ճանապարհ (Armenian)]
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* [ Джанапар (Russian)]
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* [ Janapar (Italian)]
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* [ Canapar (Turkish)]
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* [ ჯანაპარ (Georgian)]
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* [https://hanskeifer.com/ Mountain biking the JT (English)]
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===About the Janapar Trail===
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2019 marks the 12th anniversary of the marking of the Janapar Trail.  The marked trail traverses most of the mountainous Republic of Artsakh, and connects to Armenia.
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The Janapar Trail has been mentioned in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Lonely Planet, [https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/tnjri Atlas Obscura], Yerevan Magazine, Nouvelle d'Arménie, and many other publications.
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Welcome to the Janapar Trail project. Unfortunately, due to the 44 days of war that ended on November 9, 2020, the trail is not in a hikeable state. As things on the ground become clearer, we will be able to determine when and which parts of the trail will be hiker-friendly once again. Thank you.