St. Hovhannes chapel, located on one of the inaccessible heights of the Pambak Range near Hartagyugh village, has recently become the most beloved place for pilgrimage. The remains of Saint Hovhannes are believed to have been buried in the place of the chapel. Situated at an altitude of 2157 m above sea level, the sanctuary is hard to reach: to get there one needs to cross ~3 km on foot, that takes ~1.5 hours. However, once you get there, you realize that the struggle was worth the effort. They say that the sanctuary grants believers their wishes, and each time people’s pleads come true, they bring a khachkar (cross-stone) to Ghaltakhchi and thus express their gratitude to the Saint. As a result, the chapel is now surrounded with hundreds of khachkars.