- Chairlifts 7; Gondola 4; Platter lifts 4; Magic carpet 3
- Pistes 28
- Ski slopes 39 km
- Beginner 8% Intermediate 66% Advanced 15% Expert 11%
- Altitude – 1989 m – 3276 m
- Vertical drop – 1287 m
- Snowmaking – 17%
A resort for all seasons
Located in the very heart of the Caucasus Mountains, surrounded by some of Europe’s most dramatic peaks, Gudauri is Georgia’s largest and most popular ski resort. Only a short drive (120 kilometers) from Tbilisi, Gudauri is Georgia’s year-round playground. The ski season runs from December to mid-April, when the resort operates 18 lifts, four of which are gondolas, and offers 39 kilometers of ski pistes, with 17% of those boasting snowmaking capabilities.
Gudauri is situated on the south-facing plateau of the Greater Caucasus at 2,000 meters above sea level (top elevation 3,276 meters). It offers a wide range of activities for families and skiers of all levels, including night skiing, heli-ski, snow-park, ski tours, cross country skiing, and more. True experts may choose to take on some of the most challenging off-piste slopes in Europe.
The Gudauri Ski School employs English-speaking instructors and provides lessons for beginners of any age. More advanced skiers can hire instructors to serve as qualified backcountry guides and plan full ski trips for individuals or groups throughout Georgia.
The warm weather, off-season, offers visitors spectacular hiking, trekking and even paragliding through the Caucasus. When you feel like you’ve found serenity far above the world below, you know you’re at Gudauri.