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7-day climbing tour in Mount Tetnuldi, Georgia

Join Shota, a GMGA-certified mountain guide, as he leads you on this truly special and fantastic 7-day climbing tour in Mount Tetnuldi, Georgia, an underrated gem of the Caucasus Mountain Range that features beautiful views out over the surrounding valleys and Georgian countryside.

Mountain RangeCaucasus
Duration7 days
Offer periodJul, Aug
Skill LevelBeginner
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripGroup


  • Climb the summit of Mount Tetnuldi in Georgia!

  • Challenge youself in the high altitude

  • Admire the epic views of the stunning Georgian countryside


I will guide you as we spend 7 glorious days climbing Mount Tetnuldi in Georgia, taking in and admiring the amazing and magnificent scenery and views we are exposed to, including mesmerizing glaciers and vast valleys, whilst also challenging ourselves with the plentiful climbing in high altitudes and ice climbing.

Mount Tetnuldi (4,858m) is located in the central region of the Caucasus Mountain Range in Georgia, and is the 10th highest peak in the range. The slopes of the mountain are glaciated above 3,000m, and it has become an increasingly popular destination for outdoor activity enthusiasts, with a ski resort opening up in recent years.

We will all meet in Tbilisi on day 1, where we will run though all the general and safety information of the trip. We will then transfer to Mestia, before heading up to the 3,000m mark on day 2, where the climbing begins properly.

Day 3 is an in-built acclimatization day, before we tackle the summit on day 4.

After rising at 3am, we begin the long walk to the summit, however when we reach it, an immense feeling of reward and satisfaction will wash over us, with the sweeping and dramatic panoramic views out over the pretty Georgian countryside making for a breathtaking sight.

After a reserve day on day 5, we head back down the mountain on day 6, and then return to Tbilisi on day 7, where our trip ends having completed a truly amazing trip together.

Book now to experience some of the best landscape, scenery and terrain in Georgia!



Guest house for 2 days, Tents for 4 days.

Meeting point

Tbilisi, Georgia




Day 1: Tbilisi

Meet in Tbilisi, head to Mestia.

Day 2: Mestia

Begin climbing above 3,000m.

Day 3: Acclimatization Day

Acclimatization Day

Day 4: Summit Day

Wake at 3am, climb to the summit, 12-hour day.

Day 5: Reserve Day

Reserve Day

Day 6: Mestia

Climb back down to Mestia.

Day 7: Finish

Finish back in Tbilisi.

About the guide

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I am a certified GMGA mountain guide from Tbilisi, Georgia. I started climbing in 1995. I am a professional mountaineer and for years I was a member of the Georgian Mountain Federation national team and also of the Georgian Rock Climbing Federation.

I started guiding after graduating myself at the Mountain Climbers School in 2000. I am also a fully certified GMGA guide (Georgian Mountain Guides Association School). I have climbed mountains in different regions, like in Caucasus, Pamir, Tian Shan, the Alps and Alaska. For years, I have been taking hundreds of tourists from all over the world to climb different mountains (Kazbek, Elbrus, Tetnuldi, Shkhara, Ushba, Danali etc.). I speak: Georgian, English, Polish, Russian.

Contact me and let's start planning your next mountain adventure!

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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 923 each

Group of 2

EUR 923 each

Group of 3

EUR 923 each

Group of 4

EUR 923 each

Group of 5

EUR 923 each

Group of 6

EUR 923 each

Group of 7

EUR 923 each

Group of 8

EUR 923 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation

- Transportation from your hotel/airport (if in area) to the start of the trip and back

- Transport during the trip

- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

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