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.
A Carstensz Pyramid Expedition is a wild and remote adventure to the true summit of Australasia.
The price and duration differences offered refers to three different options into and out of Base Camp : a magnificent trek supported by the mysterious Dani Tribe (16 days land only), by helicopter for a fast simple approach (10 days land only), or a combination of the two by trekking in and helicoptering out (14 days land only).
The Atlas Mountains from December to April provide a great opportunity to put your winter walking skills to the test whilst climbing two magnificent snow covered Moroccan peaks in a unique environment.
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.