Due to the Covid-19 situation, in the following ski season 2020/21 we guarantee full refund in case of cancelation caused by the restriction or ban. Please do book the flights with cancelation insurance to protect your money fully. Lets' hope for the best but be ready for worse! 

This week trip is a powder lovers dream. Expect to have to put in some leg work – after all the best lines are rarely free. In the area you can ride everything from cruisy powder bowls to steep couloirs and tree runs to cliff drops, ultimately if you like it steep and deep (or just deep!) this place will have frothing at the mouth with excitement.


As with any Snowbusters adventure, we won’t just guide you to the best lines, we also teach you the skills you need to stay safe and ride with more style. We’ll cover avalanche safety, practice rescue situations and address deficiencies in your technique.


The final itinerary depends on the conditions and weather. However, we’ll fit in some ski touring or splitboarding, cat-skiing, lift accessible off-piste both in- and out-bounds and, of course, squeeze in the time to down a few jars.

Safety & Avalanches


We want you to become an idependent free skiers or snowboarder with a n understaniding of all the risks, skills to prevent dangerous situations and ability to react correctly if something goes wrong. During this camp will spend quite some time learning about safety in the mountains. Specifically, how to avoid an avalanche through understanding conditions, reading snow profiles and simple snow stability tests. You’ll learn how to perform an avalanche rescue if things go wrong along with some useful first aid.


Although there is some theory, most of it is taught in real life situations on the mountain. Snowbusters will demonstrate how to organize a group avalanche rescue and you’ll take part in plenty of simulations. This includes multiple backfilling, digging victims and hypothermic treatment. Anyway, do not worry, we know you are there to ride. Same for us and we make sure you get most of the information under you skin during riding action!


Skiing and snowboarding in Georgia


Ten years ago, skiing in Georgia was a well-kept secret known by only a handful of locals and the most adventurous ski vagabonds. This is rapidly changing as the Georgian ski hype spreads throughout Europe and the rest of the world, so it seems about time to write a comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about skiing in Georgia!


Until very recently Georgia wasn't thought of as a top ski destination in Europe and the extensive area was shared by just a few locals and the occasional daring ski tourist. This slowly started to change over the last decade though and in the last few years interest has rapidly grown.  Now the word has spread and people are coming in from Europe and the rest of the world to see the amazing skiing Georgia has on offer.

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What you need to know

  1. Designed as a pure and only freeride touring experience without any compromises.
  2. Make sure you are fit, confident on steep off-piste runs skier with previous free ride / ski touring experience. Get in touch with us if you have any doubts.
  3. This is a skiing trip and our number one goal is to maximize your time spent shredding on the mountain. Of course there is always time for some technique coaching, chat and après-ski beer.
  4. We want you to worry as less as possible so we are fully available to assist you in any meaning.

Typical day

Breakfast, coffee, warm up yoga, ...

6 - 8 am

Heli pick up and drop off on the first mountain. The second one we will have to climb on our own.

Time to ride it deep and steep and trust us, if the gods will be in our side, you will get it all fresh.

9am - 4pm

Finish with riding, pick up for the flight/drive home.

It would not be a 100% ski trip without après-ski beer / vine or if you prefer something sharper? These mountaineers know how to drink.


As the conditions on the mountain develop quickly we do have to look into the plan for next day (avalanche forecast, route planning, ...).

Possibly meeting for communal dinner and testing some Georgian specialties. Definitely worth to try!

7 - 8pm
8 - 10pm

Drinks, bit of party, sleep. But it is only a suggestion ;)

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Shared accommodation in hotel / hostel or similar will be organized. Of course feel free to organize something you prefer on your own.


Breakfast and dinners will be organized in the accommodation place. Expect some Georgian cousine.


  • Freeride touring equipment (skis with touring bindings, splitboard, skins, telescopic poles)
  • Ski boots with walking mode / snowboard boots
  • Avalanche kit (ABS backpack, avalanche beacon, probe, shovel )
  • Helmet, googles
  • Clothes for skiing or snowboarding
  • Thermos
  • First aid kid

What’s included

  • 6 days ski & snowboard guiding and coaching
  • Shared accommodation in self catering apartment or similar


  • Ski / snowboard rentals
  • Travel expanses 
  • Skiing/snowboarding insurance
  • Food and drinks
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