In times like these, in which man dominates nature so heavily, untouchedness, wilderness and loneliness are more and more rare. In times like these, real adventures threaten to be replaced by virtual experiences in front of computer and TV displays. But they still exist – the magical places. A place with this extraordinary charm is the village of Bakhmaro in Georgia. Well hidden at 2,000 meters altitude in the small Caucasus. Due to a 15 kilometer long pass road and the lack of heavy machinery and snowblowers, this road cannot be cleared of snow from October to May. And that in the midst of a region where snowfalls of incredible proportions are pretty usual.