Seasonally, Armenia excels in extremes. In the winter it is cold. Very, very cold. And in the summer it is hot. Very, very hot.
When Seattle gets chilly, we always say, “Well, if we were in Armenia, it would be 20 degrees colder.” Even in Spring (our last trip was late March), temperatures can easily dip below zero (Fahrenheit) at night.
But there is a certain stark loveliness when the ground pulls a blanket of white over itself, the trees show off their beautiful bones and the air is crisp and clear. Here are some photographs I took that give you an idea of what winter in Armenia looks like.
Take the road less traveled, Beth