Paragliding in Gudauri – Kudebi Mountain

There are several places to go paragliding in Gudauri, the most popular of which are Bidara Mountain, Kudebi Mountain, and Panorama (near the Monument of Peace).


Gudauri mountain/ski resort is in Kazbegi Municipality, in the southern part of central Georgia, 2,196 meters above sea level.

The take-off point is on Kudebi Mountain, which you can get to in winter by cable car, but in other seasons, use an SUV. The take-off point is 2,987 meters high, and you can fly over to Khada Valley or hover around Gudauri.

The landing point is set up near the first cable car station and the total flight time is 10 to 15 minutes.


Paraglide in Kudebi in winter or summer. 

Who Can Fly?

Minimum weight: 30 kg

Maximum weight: 220 kg

Paragliding at this location is adapted for people with disabilities, but, minors can only fly with written parental consent.


Fly with a pilot who has a tandem-pilot certification from the Paragliding School of Georgia. 

The pilot’s chair is equipped with a proper parachute. During the flight, the pilot and the passenger wear helmets, close-toed shoes, and sunglasses. Wear a light coat during the summer, but something warmer for the rest of the season. If necessary, the pilots will provide you with clothes. 

Let the pilot know if you want your flight recorded and they can set up a GoPro camera.

Before the tandem flight, the pilot will provide important instructions. 


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