Summiting Aconcagua – the highest mountain in South America and the highest mountain in the world outside Asia – is “Bucket List” territory for many.
Not only is Elbrus the ideal introductory glacier climb, but our time in Moscow also provides a fascinating glimpse into the unique culture, climate and history of this iconic country.
This is the most popular route for those wishing to summit Everest – something that is regarded as one of the greatest achievement in mountaineering around the world.
Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. It is also the highest freestanding mountain in the world/highest mountain in Africa.
This is a fantastic opportunity to extend your trekking and mountaineering skills in the majestic Himalayas.
The majestic Mont Blanc in the Alps is a popular destination for mountaineers from all around the globe.
Vinson is the highest mountain in Antarctica and is believed to be the coldest of all the Seven Summits!
Mount Kosciusko, the highest mountain in the Australian Alps, is categorically the easiest of all the Seven Summits!
This is your chance to summit the world’s tallest mountain without the crowds and without needing to cross the Khumbu Icefall!
Denali is often called the “coldest mountain in the world” with temperatures descending to -40 degrees at night in winter!
The ‘newest’ of the Seven Summits, Carstensz Pyramid in New Guinea is considered to be the most exotic (and the most technical) of the Seven Summits!
Summiting Aconcagua – the highest mountain in South America and the highest mountain in the world outside Asia – is “Bucket List” territory.