Gudauri, located in Georgia’s Kazbegi region, 110 kilometers from Tbilisi and 70 kilometers from Vladikavkaz, is regarded as one of the best ski resorts in the country. The resort is located in a settlement at the highest point of the Georgian Military Road (previously known as the “Heavenly Gorge Road”), and it is one of Europe’s five highest permanently inhabited settlements.

Gudauri is Georgia’s largest and most modern ski resort, with well-developed infrastructure, one of the highest elevation levels, and endless freeriding and backcountry skiing opportunities.

It has over 64 kilometers of ski runs as well as 15 lifts. The bottom station of the first ski lift, Pirveli, is located at 1,990 meters above sea level, and the top station of the last ski lift, Sadzele, is located at 3,279 meters.


The resort itself is situated between 1960 and 2200 meters above sea level and is divided into three main zones of hotels and other types of accommodation: Lower Gudauri — the central part of the resort — New Gudauri — a zone with apartments and apart-hotels — and Upper Gudauri, which is home to hotels and guest houses.


Gudauri is actively developing: new lifts, apart-hotels, and all necessary tourist infrastructure are being constructed, implying increased investor demand and a rise in the cost of square meters in the near future.

Furthermore, brand hotels (such as Raddison) are planned for the area, and purchasing real estate here is a profitable investment in the region’s developing tourist infrastructure.

The price per square meter of housing in Gudauri’s new buildings is significantly lower than in comparable ski resorts around the world, with a shorter payback period of about 5 years.

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