The Biisi Cup ice climbing festival recently took place on the frozen Biisi waterfall, with both local and international participants attending. The festival saw over 50 climbers from different age groups compete for the top prize on the 50-meter frozen waterfall. Nessi Machavariani emerged victorious among the female competitors, while Giorgi Makhatadze took home the first-place prize in the men's category. Nessi is a student of the "Adventure Tourism School" hiking program and a member of the Mountaineering and Rock-Climbing Women's Club. It was heartening to see such a wide range of participants taking part in the competition, with the oldest being 71-year-old Ali Aslanishvili from Fereidne and the youngest being 12-year-old Ana Tsarsidze from Tbilisi. The festival attracted participants from various municipalities across Georgia, including foreign tourists who were eager to join in on the ice climbing fun. It is worth noting that this competition on the frozen Biisi waterfall has been held for the first time 20 years ago.