|Affiliation||Armenian Apostolic Church|
Remains of the monastery may be reached by hikers via the Janapar Trail, a long-distance trail that runs from Vardenis in Armenia to Hadrut in Artsakh. Another trail leading to this popular monastery is the Gtichavank Loop Trail which starts in Tugh village.
In 2018 the trail was cleared of overgrown vegetation and marked with red and white painted blazes by Trails For Change NGO. From the monastery, you can continue down the Gtichavank Loop Trail or take the Janapar Trail down to Tugh. From the monastery, you can either take the unmarked trail behind the monastery back to Tugh or the Janapar Trail.
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