Pshav-Khevsureti is another beautiful mountainous It’s amazing , it’s majestic mountains, wild rivers, fortified villages, atmospheric abandoned settlements, ancient shrines scattered on the slopes. Khevsureti is the trekker´s paradise. Is has an extensive network of marked (!) trails, courtesy of Polish trekkers. And even though some of the country’s most famous hikes are passing through the region, there are still many wild valleys and plenty of unspoiled wilderness. However, if you plan to abandon marked trails and start exploring, you should be very careful – many trails marked on old maps don’t exist anymore, valleys are deep, slopes steep and rivers cold and fast. Just like neighbouring Tusheti, Kvevsureti is not accessible all year long as Datvisjvari pass gets usually blocked by snow in October and becomes passable again in May.