Georgia is dominated by the rugged peaks of the Caucasus mountain range and is full of excellent peaks to climb. Whether you want to climb Mount Tetnuldi, Mount Kazbek, Mount Usba or another peak, you won’t be disappointed with the experience.
Situated on the border between Georgia and Russia, Mount Kazbek is a classic Caucasus climb. At, 5,033 meters It’s a high mountain and you’ll need to acclimatize well as the altitude is often the most difficult part to contend with. The climb is a challenge but not technical and the scenery along the way is breathtaking. Mount Ushba is a climb for the more experienced mountaineers. The slopes are incredibly steep and the weather conditions can be adverse. Mount Tetnuldi is a good option if you’re looking for a climb that is intermediate but still involves some technical elements.
The winters are long and cold in Georgia. Winter temperatures range between -2 and 11 degrees celsius. The summer temperatures range from 20 to 26 degrees celsius. The temperatures in the mountains are significantly colder.
Fly to the capital city of Tbilisi, then transfer to your final destination.
June through September is best for mountain climbing.
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