Heliskiing Svanetia Caucasus
Steep peaks, expansive terrain and one-of-a-kind cultural adventures are just a few of the reasons skiing in Svanetia is an unforgettable experience!
"Trip to the beautiful Caucasus Mountains of Georgia"
One of the newest heliskiing destinations in the world is just a short flight from central Europe in the beautiful Caucasus Mountains of Georgia. From this secret skiing spot, Svanetia, you can ski some of the highest peaks in Europe, at more than 5,000 meters tall and stretching across an expansive terrain of 1800 square kilometers. In Svanetia, you can ski dry and deep powder along the Layla Range, or some of the best spring corn below the massive peak of Tednuldi.
Heliskiing in Svanetia is a great choice for skiers who want to explore new terrain, just 3 and ½ hours from central Europe, while learning about the vibrant culture of this undiscovered region. During this week-long ski trip, you’ll stay in a new hotel and enjoy the amenities of the recently renovated area with many new additions added to boost tourism.
"Ski dry and deep powder along the Layla Range"
You’ll ski in small groups of just 4 people, with a maximum of 12 clients throughout the trip to ensure that you have the best service. A special highlight of the trip is when you may have the chance to ski down into a local village and visit with the people.
The opportunities in Svanetia, one of the newest heliskiing destinations in the world, are practically endless, and with just a short flight from central Europe, there’s no reason not to go to Svanetia this year!
4 reasons to choose Heliskiing Svanetia Caucasus:
- Heliski in a new destination for an affordable price and far from the crowds.
- Easy travel - only 3.5h flight from central Europe!
- Immerse yourself in beautiful Georgian villages.
- This is a limited-time trip so it is an exclusive experience you shouldn’t miss!
- Eastern Europe
- Solo Travelers
- Steep and Deep Riders
- $$$ - Luxury
- $$ - Medium
- Open Terrain
- Steep Terrain
- Tree Runs
- 10 meter/year - 15 meter/year