former Krasnosyelsk rayon on the far side of Lake Sevan are best
reached by driving N from Sevan and around the lake, paralleling
the railroad line to the Zod gold mine.
After passing a series of lake resorts, the E Sevan shore
becomes national park.
A turn-off left (at 26.4 km from the Dilijan-
Krasnosyelsk fork) leads to the village
substantial asphalt road (at 27.9
km) left leads over the Chambarak pass (8.3 km), which marks the
boundary between the Sevan/Hrazdan/Arax watershed and that of
the Getik, which flows N and E into the Aghstev and Kura rivers.
the Chambarak turnoff on the road S
to Vardenis, a smaller road leads