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Mt Kazbek guided climbing ascent

Mt Kazbek guided climbing ascent
Mt Kazbek guided climbing ascent
Mt Kazbek guided climbing ascent
Mt Kazbek guided climbing ascent

Avid mountaineer and IFMGA-certified mountain guide Ivan invites you to join him on this challenging expedition to the Mt Kazbek summit in the Caucasus.



8 Days

Jul - Sep


Come with me on this expedition to reach the summit of the amazing Mt Kazbek! We will spend 8 days together among beautiful landscapes until finally reaching the summit of this incredible mountain.

Mt Kazbek (5033m) is famous for being one of the Caucasus’ highest and most breathtaking peaks. The Kazbek region is located on the eastern part of the Central Caucasus. It is practically an independent mountain range!

The setting will really amaze you because of the many peaks in the region. They spread out as if they were the fingers of a hand looking northwards to the Highlands of Dagestan. And they join the main ridge of the Caucasus only at one point, at the watershed of the two big rivers of Ardon and Terek.

You’ll get to see a lot of 4000ers on this ascent. For example, the Jimarai-Khokh with its 4780m lies close to the Kazbek, which, at 5330m, is the region’s highest peak.

So come with me to climb Mt Kazbek in the Caucasus. You will have the chance to witness the magnificence of one of the world’s most fascinating mountain ranges! Book your place on this trip.

I work together with a group of guides, so if I’m not available, one of my colleagues will guide you!

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Dinner

- Transport during the trip

- Group porters


Day 1: Meeting and starting point

We will meet at the airport of Tbilisi, before 12. We will be transported to Stephantsminda Town, at 1700m. Visit of the world’s highest operating orthodox church: Tsminda Sameba. Spend the night at a guest house.

Day 2: Start the ascent

We will walk for 4-5 hours until we reach the camp at 3680m. We will return to Stephantsminda or spend the night at camp at 3000m.

Day 3: Reaching hut at 3680m

We will try to reach the hut at 3680m. Sleeping in the hut or in double tents.

Day 4: Glacier hiking

You will get acclimatised by hiking a glacier at 4400m. A guide will train you on how to use crampons to walk and how to use the ice-axe. Spend night in the tents at the hut.

Day 5: Reaching the summit

We will start climbing early in the morning until we reach the summit. We will have walked for 11-12 hours, from departure to return. Spend the night in the tents at the hut.

Day 6: Reserve Day

In case of bad weather the previous day, we will reserve this day. Going back to Stephantsminda.

Day 7: Reserve day

Reserve day. Transfer to the old town of Mtskheta, situated close to Tbilisi (just 4km far). Sleeping at hotel.

Day 8: Return

Take return flight from Tbilisi.



More info

Because of the political conflict between Russia and Georgia, at the moment there are no flights from Moscow to Tbilisi. You¡ll have to look for an alternative route.

Meeting point

Tbilisi Airport, Tbilisi, Georgia.


What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
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About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I'm an IFMGA-certified guide and have been guiding for the past 15 years.

I got the chance to do beautiful ascents like the Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn, Monte Rosa, Mont Cook, McKinley, 7000m Peaks in ex-USSR, technical climbing In the Caucasus, new climbing routes in the USA, ski-touring in Alps, Russia etc.

I'm an expert in the Elbrus region. I know every corner of it and will be happy to guide you to the summit, at 5.642m high, skiing or walking.
Please get in touch with me and let's leave together for a wonderful adventure in the incredible Caucasus mountain range!

I work together with a group of guides, so if I'm not available, one of my colleagues will guide you!

My favorite saying: "We will either find a way, or make one".


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What people are saying about this trip



Vladimir was our guide for summiting of Mount Kazbegi in July, 2019. He was a brilliant guide, as well as champion snow boarder, and I would highly recommend him for anyone planning climbing Kazbegi or Elbrus.

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