Named ‘Acconcahuac’ (the stone sentinel) by the Incas, Aconcagua is the highest peak in the Southern and Western hemispheres, the second highest of the Seven Summits and the world’s highest summit outside of the Himalaya.
The Horcones Route on Aconcagua is regarded as the easiest and most straight forward route to the summit. Aconcagua is the highest peak in the Southern and Western hemispheres, the second highest of the Seven Summits and the world’s highest summit outside of the Himalaya.
The Bolivian 6000m peak Trilogy is unique to Adventure Peaks and provides an excellent opportunity to climb Bolivia's 3 highest peaks and probably provides some of the most stunning and best climbing in the world.
Our Kyajo Ri expeditions begins with the trekking stage at Lukla and take two days over the spectacular walk up to Namche Bazaar. Breathtaking views and a fantastic sense of achievement awaits our arrival on this rarely climbed summit.
Lobuche is a beautiful mountain ideal for those people who have been on expeditions such as Kilimanjaro or Elbrus, or have climbed in the Alps and are looking for their next expedition to tackle their first Himalayan Peak.
The highest of Nepal's Trekking Peaks - At 6476m Mera Peak is the highest 'trekking peak' suitable for anyone with little or no previous experience of using an ice axe and crampons but have a high level of fitness.
Just sixty meters lower than Aconcagua, Ojos del Salado can be found on the edge of the Atacama Desert (the driest spot on earth). It is the world’s highest volcano and one of the seven continental volcanic summits.
Sandwiched between the 8000m giants of K2 and Broad Peak, Pastore Peak is a beautiful 6000m peak located in the heart of the Karakoram. This expedition also takes in a visit to K2 Base camp and a return journey over the Gondogoro La.
This is a combo expedition set in a spectacular setting above the source of the Ganges in the Garhwal region of Northern India. The region is called a mountaineering paradise and benefits from a short approach trek making it possible to attempt two stunning 6000m peaks in just three weeks.