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For almost seventy years of Soviet rule the Caucasus area was developed for specialised large-scale tourism, either for those seeking a healthy holiday in mountain air, or young students being introduced to mountain walking or for advanced mountaineers. Thus came about the big hotels catering for the former, the low-level valley camps for school and student courses and alpine camps for serious mountaineering courses. Sadly with the collapse of the Soviet system many of these facilities have gone into disrepair through lack of funding and/or archaic management.

Gradually the situation is improving and several hotels have been built or renovated offering a much higher standard of services. It is very difficult to book places at hotels as the telephone systems are unreliable and email and online bookings are only gradually being developed.

We have selected the more important hotels, lodges, campsites and alpine camps in this section. Things are changing rapidly and we rely on feedback to help us keep this site as up-to-date as possible.

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The Garabashi Barrels, located at the top of the chairlift system are a popular alternative to the Diesel Hut.
ALW 5/06/13