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Mountain Fever Unleashed 2021

By December 11, 2020Current Trips
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It will be almost 9 months since the start of lockdown so as we look ahead to 2021 here are 3 open routes to climb once more:

And you can Book with Confidence

Our Covid-19 Policy is very simple – If we or you must cancel as a result of Covid-19 we will give you a full refund of your expedition, trek or course cost (flight refunds would be subject to the terms and conditions of your airline) or you can transfer to another trip or course. If you transfer to the same trip departing within 15 months you will not have to pay more, even if the trip costs more. Final trip balances will not have to be paid until one month before departure except for Mt Vinson, Denali and Tibetan Expeditions.
(These terms are valid for new bookings made after October 1st 2020)

Scottish Winter Courses

Our Scottish courses starting in January are steadily filling up. The Glencoe hills and Ben Nevis region provide some of the best winter walking and climbing conditions in Britain suitable for the beginner and expert alike. It is the perfect training ground for the Alps or the Greater Ranges of the world.

Winter Skills – Level 1
Ben Nevis in Winter– Level 1
Scottish Winter Summits– Level 2
Scottish Winter Mountaineering– Level 2
Intro to Snow & ice Climbing – Level 3
Improvers Snow & ice Climbing– Level 4

AND WORLDWIDE Chile is open for travel now!

The UK has added Chile to its travel corridor removing the need to Quarantine and Chile has to opened its doors to tourist on December 8th 2020

We have two expedition departing to Ojos Del Salado in Chile:
January 3rd 2021
January 17th 2021

Ojos Del Salado

The highest peak in Chile and just 69m lower than Aconcagua. Ojos del Salado can be found on the edge of the Atacama Desert (the driest spot on earth) and is the world’s highest volcano. Our journey to the mountain takes us by jeep to the remote region of the Chilean Altiplano where few people go, passing through salt flats and pristine mountain lakes in this region of amazing beauty. We acclimatise on the beautiful peak of Volcan Copiapó 6052m, before making our ascent of the majestic massif of Ojos del Salado where the 360º summit views are beyond description.
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Patagonia Torres Del Paine Circuit Trek

We have 3 departures for Torres del Paine:

4th -16th Jan 2021
18th – 30th Jan 2021
8th – 20th Feb 2021

This is a true classic – one of the greatest Treks in the world.The pink granite towers, coated with crystalline snow and ice, protrude skywards from the core of the massif, which itself is almost completely encircled by mighty lakes and gleaming glaciers. Here glaciated mountains surround you but with the added bonus that altitude is not a factor as the highest point of the trek is the John Garner Pass at just 1300m. Twice on the trek we leave the ‘ring road’ and head inwards to the centre of the circuit, up the Valle Frances and then the Rio Ascencio for amazing close up views of the teeth-like, granite towers such as the Hoja (Blade) and the Espada (Sword).

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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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