Yell Extreme Park

Yell Extreme Park is located in Yenokavan village, Tavush region. As the first extreme amusement park in Armenia, it gives an opportunity to do extreme sports without being a professional.

The first zip-line flight took place in July 2015 (the opening date of the Park is July 26, 2015), a year later in July 2016 the quantity of visitors surpassed 5000. In that period the activities were regularly accrued. Since November 2015 one can also paraglide or ride a bike in mountains.

In April 2016 the Rope Park was opened, a place, where one can do a wide variety of sport elements such as rope climbing exercises, obstacle courses and zip-lines. Neither climbing techniques nor special physical fitness experience are necessary.

 

Soon two new activities adjoined the park – Paintball and Off-Road tours. You can try your forces in paintball, and if you love speed, you can join our Off-road tours. Off-road is an activity that includes driving a vehicle off-road, riding on unsurfaced roads or tracks and overcoming gravel road surfaces, cobblestone and granite setts. In 2017 Rock Climbing, Outdoor quest and Via Ferrata were added as another extreme activities at our Park. 
In May, 2017, we started a crowdfunding campaign for the construction of the Longest Zip-line in the World. Thanks to all the contributors and people who were ready to help us, our dream project will come true and the Longest Zip-line (2770 meters) will be open in May, 2018.

 

We do our best to have a best quality service and to make our Park visitors happy. We want them to live in the moment with full enjoyment, have fun, enjoy themselves and feel the adrenaline!

Visitors of Yell Extreme Park have also an opportunity to order lunch boxes prepared special for them. We have a cooperation with Time to Eat fast food chain, who has Yell-lunch menus.

Activities

  • Zip-line;
  • Rope Park;
  • Paragliding;
  • Zorbing;
  • Paintball;
  • Horseback Riding;
  • Rock Climbing;
  • Off-road tours;
  • Mountain biking;
  • Via Ferrata.

 

Lastiver

Lastiver is located in Tavush region. Most of Tavush, which is in the North-East of Armenia, is covered with forests and green zones. The name of the region derives from Tavush country of historic Great Hayk. Today’s territory partially corresponds to the previous one. The region is rich in rivers. The largest is Aghstev; one of its significant tributaries - Kachaghbyur, leads to the wonderful corners of Ijevan, to Lastiver. Cave, desert, swift river, small and huge waterfalls, forest and wonderful nature. Tourists from abroad, as well as locals, choose a tour to Lastiver, come to see this awesome cave-desert. The road itself is very interesting and attractive, especially for extreme lovers.

 

During Mongol invasions in XIII-XIV cc locals found their shelter exactly in this cave. The cave is located on almost flat slope of the canyon. In order to reach the cave people had to construct a ladder, made of superposed logs. The ladder reminded a raft. From then on the location has been called “Lastiver”, which is translated as “up the raft”.

 

Someone left a bas-relief on the wall of the cave. It is easy to notice that he wanted to illustrate a wedding. The author was creating this bas-relief during his seclusion in this cave. That is why the cave is also called “Anapat”, which is translated as “desert”. 

There is wonderful waterfall, noising in the bottom of the canyon. It is the inseparable part of local nature. 

 

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