Climb in the Caucasus Mountains that guard the ancient Georgian capital of Tbilisi. With stunning scenery, pristine climbing terrain, and vast mountainside to explore, the mountains here offer sublime opportunities. Visit during the warmer months between June and September for ideal climbing conditions.
Lying on the banks of the Kura River near the centre of Georgia is the capital and largest city of Tbilisi. It holds a population of approximately 1.5 million people, and its rich history has witnessed dramatic shifts since the 5th century through numerous republics, kingdoms and empires. The location of Tbilisi, surrounded by the Caucasus Mountains, puts it on the crossroads between Europe and Asia, along the historic Silk Road.
The climate surrounding Tbilisi is humid and subtropical. Dominated by the Caucasus Mountains, the northern slopes are colder than the south.
Georgian, as well as Abkhazian in some regions.
Visit during the warmer months between June and September for ideal climbing conditions.
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