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Endless snow at the Goderdzi Pass in Georgia
The small Caucasus in Georgia is spoiled by snow this winter and so our groups get their money's worth cat skiing on the Goderdzi Pass. Regular falls of fresh snow and almost no other freeriders in the area allow us to do dozens of runs a week in completely untouched snow. The descents are usually between 300-600 vertical meters and lead either through open terrain or, particularly attractively, through sparse forests.
After a long day outside in the snow, the kitchen smells of all sorts of Georgian specialties and the day ends with food and drink...