Ski the Greater and Lesser Caucasus, Georgia, March 2017
Join a unique Grown Experience in partnership with Powderproject.ch to the wild Caucasus mountain ranges in Georgia.
Travel date: March 10-20, 2017
Cat skiing untouched power stashes in a new private ski terrain in the Lesser Caucasus
Powerproject.ch is developing a private cat skiing base in the Lesser Caucasus, bringing fair economic development to a very isolated and wild region. You can be amongst the first skiers experiencing this exciting development of fair tourism. On the day of arrival we will ski the afternoon and then spend three full days of backcountry powder skiing with snowcat access from two rustic wooden cabins in the middle of nowhere.
Lift-accessed freeriding in Gudauri ski resort, Greater Caucasus
On the fifth day we will travel North to the Greater Caucasus near the Russian border and ski one day the powder in this huge and steep mountain range, accessed from the slopes of Gudauri ski resort.
Ski mountaineering Kazbek mountain, 5047m asl, on the Russian border
The following three days we will prepare to climb and ski Kazbek mountain – with 5047m asl an impressive endeavor with the Russian-Georgian border crossing the summit. The last day is free to ski Gudauri resort or relax, before we get back to the airport in Kutaisi.
Further information, price and booking coming soon.