Gudauri is located in the very heart of the Caucasus Mountains, surrounded by some of Europe’s highest peaks, at an altitude of 2 200 meter above sea level. Gudauri’s slopes are all above tree line. They are ideal for freeriders and are generally considered avalanche-safe. The resort offers exciting long and short runs for all classes of skiers and snowboarders. Gudauri also boasts some of the best heliskiing in the world at some of the most affordable prices found anywhere.
With dozens of slopes, Gudauri has trails for skiers from beginners to professionals. Ski runs, most between 2 000 and 3 300 meters above sea level, cover a total of 57 kilometers. Three and four-seat Doppelmayer chairlifts transport skiers up to Sadzele Mountain at an elevation of 3 300 meters. For experienced skiers Gudauri provides four types of runs: slalom, giant slalom, super slalom, and speed skiing.
Gudauri has some of the finest high-altitude powder in Europe. Virtually unrestricted access offers downhill skiing up to the 4 200 meter level. Short-run helicopter flights transport skiers and guides to remote peaks for some of the most challenging skiing anywhere in the world.