At an altitude of 2 200 meter above sea level, Gudauri is located in the very heart of the Caucasus Mountains. Surrounded by some of Europe’s highest peaks it has some of the finest high-altitude powder in Europe and offers downhill skiing up to the 4 200 meter level. The deep snow and the absence of stones and any avalanche risk make Gudauri an ideal place for freeriding.
With dozens of slopes, Gudauri has trails for skiers from beginners to professionals. Ski runs, most between 2000 and 3 300 meters above sea level, cover a total of 57 kilometers. For experienced skiers Gudauri provides four FIS approved types of run: slalom, giant slalom, super slalom and speed skiing.
Info About Gudauri Ski Pass Prices
Ski Lifts Working Hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Weekdays) / 10:00 - 17:00 (Weekends)
Ski Area: Highest point - 3250 m & lowest station - 2000m
Vertical Drop: 1250m
Length of Tracks: Total 57km, 8 blue, 12 red, 3 black
The Length of the Longest Track: 7 km
Ski Lifts: 1 T-Bars, 5 chairlifts, 1 gondola
Night Skiing: Friday, Saturday- 20:00-22:00, 1 ride price - 10GEL
Distance: From Tbilisi - 120km; From Kutaisi - 295km
In November 2017 construction of new ski rout and lifts connecting Gudauri with Stepantsminda (Kazbegi) has started!
Estimated time of opening is winter season of 2018-19.
More information you can find here
Gudauri Ski Map
Map to Gudauri
Live Camera & Weather Forecast