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Winter tour - Gudauri

Places left: 4
231 USD
Places left: 4
231 USD
Tour length: 2 day

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Transportation Mercedes Benz Vito
Day 1
Name Route Duration Distance Info
Ananuri Kutaisi - Ananuri 2 h 241 km Ananuri fortress served as the main stronghold for the Aragwa eristavs, the rulers of this region.
The fortress originated in the XVI century
The Ananuri fortress was proposed by the Georgian government for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Lunch Ananuri 1 h 500 m Lunch box (sandwich, vegetables, fruits)
Jinvali Dam Ananuri-Jinvali 2 h 1 km Jinvali Hydroelectric Power Station is a hydroelectric power station on the Aragvi River (a tributary of the Kura River) in Georgia near the Jinvali settlement. The first hydropower unit was launched in 1985. In addition to generating electricity, it performs an important function of water supply in Tbilisi.
The dam is 102 m high and 415 m long. The dam forms the Jinvali reservoir with a total volume of 520 million m³
Snowboarding/Skiing Gudauri 2 h   Gudauri is an ideal FIS certified ski resort for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. The valleys and pristine foothills offer exceptional opportunities for backcountry and freeriding.
Gudauri routes, the total length of which is 57 kilometers, descend from the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus. You can go down the unsolved slopes both near the ski lifts and from the slopes of the Chrdili and Bidar mountains in the vicinity of Gudauri, as well as from the northern slopes of Sadzele mountain, where there are no official slopes.
Accomadation Gudauri     Hotel
Dinner Gudauri   1 km Georgian Supra with Tamada
Day 2
Name Route Duration Distance Info
Snowboarding/Skiing Gudauri 2 h   Gudauri is an ideal FIS certified ski resort for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. The valleys and pristine foothills offer exceptional opportunities for backcountry and freeriding.
Gudauri routes, the total length of which is 57 kilometers, descend from the southern slopes of the Greater Caucasus. You can go down the unsolved slopes both near the ski lifts and from the slopes of the Chrdili and Bidar mountains in the vicinity of Gudauri, as well as from the northern slopes of Sadzele mountain, where there are no official slopes.
Lunch Gudauri     Lunch box (sandwich, vegetables, fruits)
Departure Gudauri-Kutaisi   295 km Bon Voyage
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