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      Extreme Tours                                    

  Alpine Adventure             
  Alpine Tour (9 days)

Kazbegi is a place in the Georgian Caucasus you should definitely visit. It is your gateway for everything mountains have to offer. Mount Kazbegi is a dormant strato-volcano and one of the chief mountains of the Caucasus. It is the third highest mountain in Georgia and the seventh highest peak in the Caucasus Mountains. The name in Georgian is Mkinvari, which translates to "glacier" or "ice mountain". Mount Kazbegi is associated in Georgian folklore with Amirani, the Georgian version of Prometheus, who was chained on the mountain in punishment for having stole fire from the gods and having given it to mortals.

In this tour you will have to be chained in one rope with the professional Alpinists.

Day 1   Arrival in Tbilisi
Meeting at the airport. Check-in at the hotel.
Day 2   Tbilisi / Kazbegi
Departure to Kazbegi. En route visit Ananuri Ensemble of 17th century. It comprises a tower, small-domed church, big domed temple and a bell-tower. The ensemble overlooks the artificial reservoir of Zhinvali built in 1971. En route we pass by the most famous skiing mountains of Gudauri.
Overnight at the guesthouse in Kazbegi.
Day 3   Kazbegi / Meteo Station
Early in the morning hike to a meteorological station (3750 m). "Bethlehem Cabin" – capital construction. The Station is a huge building and is located on a dramatic cliff overlooking the glacier. Climbers use the Meteo station as a base camp for getting to the summit. A gentle climb around the meteorological station to get acclimatized. The bulk of the luggage will be carried by the horses to some destination, but after we’ll have to carry the rucksacks with our sleeping bag, clothing and daily requirements ourselves. Alpinist guides’ assistance.
Stay in a meteorological station for a night.
Day 4   Hiking / Meteo Station
Hiking on the plateau (4200 m). Rest. Put on "claws" (grapplers). Rising to the top (inclination 25 degrees). Slow hiking. Little breaks. The last part of the road (120 m, inclination 35 degrees) with the help of hanged rope. Reach the top. Alpinist guides’ assistance.
Overnight at the meteorological station.
Day 5   Meteo Station / Kazbegi
Back to Kazbegi.
Overnight at the guesthouse.
Day 6   Trekking / Juta
A drive on the road along the tributary of the rushing Tergi River will take us to the village of Juta (2165 m). Here we start our walk and make camp in a beautiful meadow (2550 m) at the foot of Mt. Chaukhebi. In the afternoon we walk up to the snowy slopes of Chaukhebi. Trekking to the camping places.
Camping Overnight.
Day 7
  Trekking day
Walk up to the Holy Trinity Church of Gergeti (14th c.), built on the slope of Mt. Mkinvartsveri, the top of glacier. It is the monument built on the highest spot in Europe. Drive to the Dariali area (2379 m), a very beautiful place with the Caucasian Mountains around.
Overnight at the guesthouse in Kazbegi.
Day 8
  Kazbegi / Tbilisi
Drive to Tbilisi. En route visit Mtskheta (UNESCO Heritage Site), an ancient capital of the Georgian Kingdom from the 3rd century BC to the 5th century AD. Jvari Monastery (6th c.); Svetitskhoveli Cathedral built in the 11th century.
Overnight in Tbilisi.
Day 9
  Tbilisi sightseeing tour / Departure
Metekhi Church (13th c.); Old Tbilisi; Sulphur Baths; Narikala Fortress (4th c.); Sioni (13th c.) and Anchiskhati Churches (6th c.)Trinity Cathedral (the 2nd ML); Tbilisi State Museum, Georgian cultural treasure is exhibited here; Open Air Ethnographic Museum of old country-houses and castles. Leaving Party at the Georgian National Restaurant with folk Concert.
Transfer to the airport for departure.

We have to take the reserve day(s) (days: 6, 7) in Meteo-station in case of bad weather conditions and if we use them, we’ll have our trek in the morning of the 8th day.
• Overnight stay in the Bethlemi Hut (meteorological station). Living conditions at the high altitude meteorological station (3750 m.) are Spartan. We sleep on wooden bunk beds, and dine in a heated and lit communal area.
• You will have to bring your own sleeping bags, ascenders (Jumars), all trekking and alpine equipment, clothes and tents. Ropes will be provided here.
• Climate: There are frequently strong winds on Mt. Kazbegi. Better to have a protective face masks. It’s necessary to be in good physical fitness, because of the high altitude.
• Technical skills: Basic experience in moving on snow and ice is required.
• Food: Company will take care of all culinary matters. You have to take no meal with you (besides your own favorite stuff).

  Other details available upon request
  Note: Duration of the tour must be fit to your arrival and departure Flights.
Package Includes:
Airport - Hotel - Airport Transfer
Inland transportation
Tour Guide
Hotel Accommodation (in the cities) Double room
Guest House Accommodation (in the villages)
FB Meal: BLD
1 bottle of mineral water per person per day
Museums Entrance fees
Souvenir gift
CD with trip photos
Leaving party at the National restaurant
Wine tasting
Package Excludes:
Air fare
Single room supplement
Meals except described
Alcoholic beverages
Travel insurance