Rock Climbing in Georgia - 10 days - Intermediate - Private
Climb Tetnuldi (4,920m) via the SW Ridge, 10 days in Georgia (Caucasus Mountains)
3-day Rock Climbing in Chiatura and Katskhi, Georgia
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Georgia is a beautiful little country and offers plenty to see. Getting up above the treeline offers great views out over the surrounding forests as well as into the mountains and valleys. Heading up to the top of Tetnuldi yields views of unparalleled beauty out over the rest of the range. Enjoy the contrast of red rocks with snow-capped summits in front of a blue sky backdrop.
Best time to visit:
June to September
Georgian lari (GEL)
How do I get there:
Any trip to Georgia begins with a flight into Tbilisi International Airport (TBS). Most guides will arrange to meet you here and provide transport to the start of the trip
What’s the weather like?
During the summer, average daily temperatures in the Georgian highlands are about 22 ºC. Expect cooler temperatures in June and September as well as at higher elevations. Rain is frequent throughout the summer, so be sure to bring some rainwear
Since all Georgian adventures begin in the capital city, Tbilisi, take some time either before or after you climb to explore the ancient city. Explore the city and soak up some of the 2.000 years of history that lie here. The botanical garden on its outskirts and parliament building are just two of its innumerable highlights. Regardless of which part of the country you head out into, you’ll be met with plentiful climbing opportunities. The west-central region of Imereti is best suited for beginners and intermediate climbers, offering plenty of learning experiences and fun climbs. Some of the taller mountains up along the country’s northern border offer appropriate challenges for advanced climbers. Many have several routes to the summit and regardless of how you get up, the views are simply sublime
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