Gudauri is situated on the Georgian military road near the Cross Mountain Pass of the main Caucasus range, in about 120 km from Tbilisi. Even in winters with relatively little snow Gudauri offers stable snow cover from November through May. Average snow height on the slopes reaches 1.5 m. In spite of the fact that Gudauri is located at 2200 m from the sea level warm, sunny and quiet weather still prevails.
Gudauri skiing routes offer abundant skiing possibilities to all categories of skiers. Both beginners and professional sportsman will enjoy the downhill runs here. Gudauri offers four types of runs: slalom, giant slalom, super giant and downhill racing, all approved by the FIS.
Perched in the heart of the Greater Caucasus, surrounded by a vista of dramatic peaks and breathtaking gorges, and just 1.5 hours drive from Tbilisi- Gudauri is spectacular on every level. Set high above the clouds, Gudauri’s southern facing ensures plenty of sunshine and excellent snow conditions until late April.
Gudauri’s slopes are all above tree line. They are ideal for free-riders and are generally considered avalanche-safe. This is a perfect place for intermediate to advanced skiiers to test their skills. In Gudauri you truly feel on top of the world. Set at 2000 metres, just below the historic Jvari Pass – the main crossing point of the Greater Caucasus – it offers a wide range of accomadation and summer and winter activities. The resort also boasts some of the best Heli Skiing in the world, at some of the most affordable prices found anywhere. Throughout the season skiiers and snowboarders can choose from seven peaks all just minutes away and enjoy lengthy runs on virgin snow.
Gudauri is also a summer destination. It offers following tourism activities: trekking tours in Truso and Khada Valleis, horseback riding, bird watching, rafting, taking in some of Europe’s most unspoiled alpine scenery, stunning medieval churches and castles and etc.