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Guaranteed Summer and Autumn Expeditions

By July 8, 2017General news
Baruntse and Mera Peak success

Guaranteed 2017 Expeditions between now and Christmas

Last Minute Expeditions departing in July/August

Peak Lenin – 7134m

A tough and physically demanding mountain which is also described as technically easy. Adventure Peaks have achieved summit success on four previous expeditions due to our unique itinerary that includes a Camp 4 at 6400m to shorten the summit day by at least 2-3 hours to less than eight hours compared to other operators (avoiding the normal 10-13 hr climb from Camp 3). We have also included an additional 2 days to allow up to six summit days to cope with difficult weather! High altitude porters carry all group equipment and the guiding ratio is increased to 1:3 giving greater flexibility on summit day to more easily match your speed of movement and fitness level. The team will be led by Stuart Peacock (read more) who has previously guided clients to the summit of Peak Lenin and Everest 3 times, Cho Oyu and Broad Peak, Ama Dablam and Baruntse.
Read more about Peak Lenin and Book online

Mt Wilhelm and Giluwe – 4509m

Enjoy this remote journey into the depths of Papua New Guinea with Dave Pritt, Director of Adventure Peaks (read more). We start by acclimatising on Mt Hagen before attempting Mount Giluwe 4,368m the second highest mountain in Papua New Guinea, and the highest volcano on the Australasian continent and one of the Seven Volcanic Summits. It is made up of a series of volcanic plugs left over from the original volcano, which formed over 700,000 years ago and, like Mount Kenya, it has twin summits. The ascent takes you through jungle, grassland, past innumerable tarns and lakes but don’t expect home comforts. The climb is magnificent but it is wild, and remote. The expedition then climbs Mt Wilhelm 4509m the highest peak on Papua New Guinea.
Read more about Mt Wilhelm and Giluwe

Kamchatka – 4750m

Kamchatka is without exaggeration one of the most spectacular regions in the world. A land of volcanoes, fire and ice, active boiling springs, geysers, waterfalls and volcanic sculptures displaying a multitude of colours that took millions of years to create. There are over 400 glaciers and 189 volcanoes in this region, 29 of which are still active. The region is such a geological phenomenon it has created its own unique flora and fauna. The beauty of Kamchatka will capture you forever. A number of the regions we visit are on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

So where is Kamchatka? Its shores are on the Pacific and it’s in one of the remotest places in the world! You will find it at the far Eastern tip of Russia beyond Siberia. Still interested? Look for a small peninsular jutting down towards Japan. The peninsula has two active volcanic mountain ranges extending from northwest to southeast divided by a wide flat area of tundra. The area is remote with practically no infrastructure. We will aim to climb four of the most interesting volcanic summits in Kamchatka: Avachinski (2741m), Ushkovsky (3903m), Krestovsky (4057m) and the highest Kluchevskoy (4750m) a perfect cone. Please note the final peaks attempted may vary according to conditions.
Read more about Kamchatka and book online

Elbrus – 5642m

We still have places available on Elbrus 5642m, Europe’s highest peak which is one of the Seven Summits and also a Seven Volcanic Summits.

Our standard climbing Mount Elbrus expedition via the south ridge has achieved outstanding success rates for people of all levels over the past decade. On this expedition we gradually gain height and increase our chance of success by taking time to acclimatise in the Syltran-Su valley on Mount Mukal, which offers views across the beautiful valleys to Elbrus. Once acclimatised, we use the cable car to regain our high point at just over 4000m from where we follow sweeping snow slopes to the col between Elbrus’ twin summits before continuing easily to the true summit of Europe’s highest mountain in an ascent of about 1000m.

In 2016 100% of our groups reached the summit and 99.5% of clients; 68 out 69 summits! In 2015 all clients (100%) from five of our groups reached the true summit of Elbrus, and 80% on our sixth group. This success is in sharp contrast to what is normally achieved on the Northern approach due to the grueling summit day. 2016 was the exception on the North side which saw far better success than the norm of 40% due to the incredibly good weather experienced during that season.
Read more about Elbrus and book online

4 Guaranteed 7000m Peaks departing October

Do you want to climb a 7000m Peak this October? We have four guaranteed expeditions to:

Baruntse – 7129m

Our success rates on Baruntse (7129m)  have been outstanding with 80-100% client summit success over a number of years. Summit day includes spectacular views of Lhotse, Everest and Makalu and you can climb Mera Peak as additional acclimatisation on the approach Trek. The leader is Sami Noble who was our assistant guide on Himlung Himal last year.
Read more about Baruntse and book online

Himlung Himal – 7162m

All our previous three post monsoon expedition to Himlung have been successful giving us a 100% record on this lovely remote peak close to the Tibetan border. It is technically easy but requires a very high level of fitness and the ability to cope with very cold conditions. The expedition leader is our charismatic Di Gilbert; she has guided previous expeditions for Adventure Peaks to Everest, Cho Oyu, K2, Manaslu, Ama Dablam and Khan Tengri.
Read more about Himlung Himal and book online

Annapurna IV – 7525m

Join us on this, our first expedition to Annapurna IV, an infrequently climbed peak in the beautiful Annapurna region of Nepal. Higher than the average 7000m peak it can still be climbed in just 30 days making it a new popular choice for people and ideal training for Everest or K2. Matt Brook, a regular and highly successful leader will take charge of this expedition.
Read more and book Annapurna IV online

Ama Dablam – 6856m

Ama Dablam (6856m) falls short of 7000 metres by just over 100m, but makes up for it with technical difficulties and sheer beauty. It is perhaps one of the most spectacular and exquisite looking peaks in the world and a well sought after prize. Fully supported by our Sherpa team we use fixed lines in our ascent, you should be confident at Alpine AD or Scottish grade II/III.

Paul Noble will lead this Ama Dablam expedition, he has previous guided 3 of our successful Everest expeditions, Cho Oyu, Baruntse and Himlung Himal.
Read more and book Ama Dablam online

4 Guaranteed 6000m Peaks departing September/October

Bolivian Trilogy – 6542m

Climbing Bolivia’s 3 highest peaks Ancohuma 6427m, Illimani 6438m, and Sajama 6542m provides some of the most stunning and best climbing in the world. You should be comfortable on Alpine AD or Scottish grade II/III climbs. Bolivia is renowned for having the most stable and reliable mountain weather.
Read more and book Bolivian Trilogy online

Mera Peak – 6476m

Mera Peak is an ideal expedition to join after Kilimanjaro or Elbrus and makes a perfect first Himalayan peak.
Read more and book Mera Peak online

Island Peak – 6189m

In just 17 days you can climb this wonderful Himalayan Peak with an impressive final snow ridge (great for photographs!) that takes you to a spectacular summit dominated by the towering walls of Lhotse. You should previously have used crampons and ice axe.
Read more and book Island Peak online

Lobuche via Gokyo Ri – 6119m

Lobuche is a beautiful mountain ideal for those who have been on Kilimanjaro or Elbrus, or climbed in the Alps and are looking for their next expedition to tackle their first Himalayan Peak. We approach Lobuche East via the sacred lakes of the Gokyo Valley.
Read more about Lobuche via Gokyo Ri and book online

4 Best Xmas & New Year Expeditions

Do you want an expedition over Xmas or the New Year? Here are our four best suggestions:

Kilimanjaro via the Machame route – 5895m

The Machame approach to Kilimanjaro is perhaps the most interesting and diverse route that provides impressive views and a variety of habitats. It gives you six mountain days and success rates are normally close to 100%. You can extend your stay by climbing Mt Meru as pre acclimatisation.
Read more about Kilimanjaro and book online

Pico De Orizaba–  5636m and Mexico Volcanoes – 5636m

This expedition to Pico De Orizaba (5636m) offers the opportunity to climb the highest volcano in North America, along with two other volcanoes Malinche (4460m) followed by Iztaccihuatl (5260m). The route to the crater rim follows the Glacier de Jamapa and a rocky ravinebefore the views across the Gulf of Mexicao starts to give a brath-takiung summit panorama from this perfectly formed conical shaped peak

Pico De Orizaba is also one of the Seven Volcanic Summits, the highest volcano on each continent.
Read more about Pico De Orizaba and Mexico Volcanoes and book online

Aconcagua – 6962m

Aconcagua (6962m) is the highest peak in South America. Our approach is via the more remote and beautiful Vacas Valley giving a far superior experience to that of the normal Horcones valley approach, whilst also providing one extra day of acclimatisation. Porters carry all group equipment to remove the need for you to carry excessive loads. Finish early and enjoy a wonderful winery visit back in Mendoza to celebrate a Christmas ascent!
Read more about Aconcagua and book online

Ojos Del Salado – 6893m

The highest of the Seven Volcanic Summits and just 69m lower than Aconcagua, this expedition to Chile’s highest summit is just 2 weeks long and substantially more cost effective than Aconcagua. You climb a number of peaks during the acclimatisation phase before your final ascent on the edge of the Atacama Desert. All our previous expeditions to Ojos Del Salado have been successful.
Read more about Ojos Del Salado and book online

Dave Pritt

About Dave Pritt

Dave Pritt is the Director of Adventure Peaks. With over 30 years of mountaineering feats, he is a very experienced high altitude mountaineer who has led expeditions to K2, Broad Peak and five Everest expeditions. Dave has completed the 7 summits, led an expedition to Ski the South Pole Last Degree, Satopanth in India and in 2007 he guided Ian McKeever to break the world record for the seven summits in 156 days. He is lucky enough to have climbed on the majority of our advertised peaks, but the Tien Shan remains his favourite destination.

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