Mutso
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gilfuss
Tel Aviv, Israel235 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019 • Friends
we walked from shatili its 12 km walking on nice easy road ( for cars)
about 2 hours walking slow and nice
in the road there also few knights graves
holy place but u can see there skeleton from open window
when u reach to mutso u start to climb about 400 meter and there few place u can stop to breathe if u need the climbing is little difficult if u not use to
but the fortress is beautiful u can climb to the top view is wow
when we came bace we sit for drinks and eat small restaurant for beer and local food
then we walked back again to the guest house it was tired but nice we saw small snake
again its near shatili and must if u there
10/10
Written 15 September 2019
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Ida R
Denmark124 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Friends
This place is so beautiful and amazing to explore. It has a lot of the old buildings left and you can get those explorer chills from the old pesthouses outside the fortress where sculls and bones still lay. Surrounding mountains are a great backdrop. Its a small climb but most people would be able to do it. Be mindful of slippery stones and rocks.
Written 31 July 2019
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Giuseppe S
Antwerp, Belgium840 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Friends
This hike was totally worth the sweat. Mutso is a ruined village accessible by a relativey steep climb from Shatili. Very beautiful natural setting too.
Written 12 November 2018
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Av E
Middle East65 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Couples
Musto located about 30 mins drive from Shatili, and you can also do it by walking ( I guess for 2-4 hours...).

you get there and go up the hill ( a bit steep but nothing to hard), and you can explore the ruins of Mutso. those the ruins of stone towers once stood up there, and you can find few shrines/ graves (skulls and bones included so take it into account of you travel with kids...). Also there's a beatiful scenery when you get to the top (about 20-30 minutes climb).

P.S - last year i've seen some work there, maybe now its renovated.
P.S II - take sunscreen and hat, its hot up there in the summer though there's a good wind not enough shadow.
Written 18 July 2016
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irina f
Muscat Governorate, Oman58 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Friends
We visisted Mutso on a 2-day tour through Khevsureti. Mutso is an old village, with interesting architecture in a wonderful environment..if you manage to go, do so! some tombs as well on the way up (it will take you 20min to climb up). Went with a very good Georgian guide: Dali Chokheli from ShatiliTours which i found on Facebook. She was very communicative,caring, spoke well English and would tell as apassionately about the region... it was very interesting! was worth it every minute!! this is still an unspoilt region!
Written 3 August 2015
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Koba I
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Incredible plqce, over-surrealistic. One of the fortress that has never been defeated ever..
Local inhabitants - Khevsurians were bravest people to build and defend it untill the end. Mutso fortress had huge fence, which is ruined now.
Written 28 November 2014
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javax
Tel Aviv, Israel226 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Couples
Old town-castle, ruined, but still with a lot of houses. In the middle of mountain region.
May be hard to climb in hot weather.

Highly recommended!
Written 29 October 2014
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nipitiri123
Tallinn21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2011
I totally agree with the above review, Mutso is worth a visit although it takes time to get there. To walk there from Shatili took me 3 hours + the steep climb in the end. It's a surreal and picturesque place and definitely gives enough material for your fantasy :)
Written 4 December 2011
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galiavu
Tel Aviv78 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2011 • Friends
The stunning ruines of the old Khevsur village are perched on a steep, rocky hill, within 3-4 hours of moderate walk (or 1/2 hour of 4x4 drive) from Shatili. And it sure is worth the trip! Way up is quite demanding, but do yourself a favour and don't give up. Go all the way to the top - this is the only way to really appreciate the amazing view and amazing courage of the people who built this place and inhabited it. On the top you'll also find a Khati - semi-pagan semi-christian shrine where it appears that people still leave offerings to this very day (We found a small nylon bag full of coins! Which we left untouched, of course). The surrounding green, steep mountains are also dotted with ruins of unknown nature. The whole atmosphere is somewhat surreal. one of the most impressive places we've been to in Georgia.
Written 23 August 2011
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