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  • Mt. Kilimanjaro

    Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania, is the least difficult of the Seven Summits and is a superb challenge for fit walkers. Our trek via the Lemosho Glades route is designed to optimise acclimatisation, prior…

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    5896 M

    12 Days

  • Mt. Aconcagua

    Aconcagua, often referred to as the "Stone Sentinel," is the highest peak in South America, the highest peak in the world outside of Asia, and one of the Seven…

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    6,959 M

    21 Days

  • Mt. Denali ( McKinley )

    Located in Alaska, Denali is the highest mountain in North America and the second most difficult of the Seven…

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    6194 M

    22 Days

  • Mt. Everest 8848m

    Mount Everest is also called Chomolangma, meaning “Goddess Mother of Snows" in Tibetan and Sagarmatha, meaning "Mother of the Universe" in…

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    8848 M

    67 Days

    4 E

  • Mt. Elbrus

    Elbrus is the highest mountain in Europe, located in the beautiful Caucasus…

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    5642 M

    14 Days

  • Mt. Vinson

    Located deep within the frozen Antarctic continent in the Ellsworth Mountains, Vinson was the last of the Seven Summits to be discovered and climbed, in…

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    4897 M

    17 Days

  • Mt. Carstensz Pyramid

    Carstensz Pyramid is the most mysterious of the Seven Summits. Rising from the dense tropical jungle of West Papua, reaching the base of the mountain is a major challenge in itself. This remoteness,…

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    4884 M

    14 Days

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