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Hiking in the Georgian Caucasus Mountains

The slopes of the mountains of Georgia invite us to a world of hiking full of amazing trails and small villages frozen in time.

Any traveler in search of new hiking adventures will find in the Georgian Caucasus mountains a destination characterized by virgin nature, a very interesting culture and the warm hospitality of its people. Check out our selection of guided hiking trips in the Georgian Caucasus Mountains.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Georgia

This is a small town still known by its original name Kazbegi, very accessible from the Georgian capital, Tbilisi. In addition to its several hiking trails, it has an emblematic church that stands out in front of the snow-capped summit of Mount Kazbek (5033 m).

 

Good to know:

Currency

Georgian Lari

Language

Georgian language. It uses its own alphabet, which is impossible to understand for foreigners

Best time to visit

Spring and summer months, from May to September. July and August are the best months for hiking

Weather

Winter is very rainy, with lots of snowfall. The lower areas, such as Svaneti, usually have hot and long summers, but as the altitude increases, the weather gets cooler

More info about Hiking in Georgian Caucasus Mountains:

The mountains of Georgia form the famous Little Caucasus, whose average elevation is around 2000 meters. The highest peaks are situated on the Russian side

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