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Mountain Climbing in Georgia

Conquer the wild beauty of Georgia where two continents collide

Sandwiched between Europe and Asia are the high and mighty Caucasus mountains, and stretch between the Caspian Sea to the east and the Black Sea to the west. Covered in oak, maple and ash forests, sense the serene and stunning backdrop as you climb on some of the highest mountains in Europe. Visit between the months of June and September for ideal mountain climbing conditions.

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Georgia

From the steep and dominating slopes of Mount Shkhara to the rolling and forested hills of the Svaneti region, the wild landscapes of Georgia are unique and breathtaking. Mountain climbing gives you a unique opportunity to explore these isolated regions, which are open to those who have at least an intermediate climbing level.


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Best time to visit

Visit between the months of June and September for ideal mountain climbing conditions

What's the weather like?

The climate of Georgia is diverse, influenced by subtropical trends from the west, and continental trends from the east. Once reaching over 2,000 meters, alpine conditions predominate with year-round snow

More info about Mountain Climbing in Georgia:

Located in the Caucasus region in Eurasia, lying between Europe and Asia, the country of Georgia is an important area at the crossroads of various cultures. It is bordered to the north by Russia, to the southeast by Azerbaijan, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the west by the Black Sea. After an early period of unification, the borders of Georgia passed through the hands of various regional powers, including the Mongols, the Ottoman Empire, Iran and Russia

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