We climb all over the World!

Everest, Kilimanjaro, Aconcagua; we offer climbs up the most famous peaks in the World! Check them out below:

Mt. Everest, Nepal 29,035 feet (8,850m)

Mt. Everest is the highest mountain on our planet and a peak that captures the imagination of climbers worldwide. Many famous mountaineers throughout history have climbed on the flanks of Mt. Everest, since it was first attempted by the British in 1921, led by George Mallory. SMI founder, Kurt Wedberg, reached the summit of Mt. Everest in 1995, May 2008 and May 2012.

Cerro Aconcagua 22,841 feet (6,962m)

Located in the Andes near the Chilean border, Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the world outside of the Asian continent.

Kilimanjaro 19,340’ (5,895m)

We offer the safety and security of veteran American guides skilled in high altitude climbing and guiding techniques and who are trained in wilderness first aid and high altitude medicine. We have developed excellent relationships with our porters, safari guides, and local staff on every portion of this trip. Join us for this memorable adventure!

Mt. Ararat, Turkey 16,947 feet (5,165m)

Mt. Ararat is remotely located at the eastern end of Turkey. Noah’s Ark coming to rest on the flanks of this mountain during biblical times has made this one of the most famous mountains in the world. It is with this historical backdrop that we will arrive in Istanbul in preparation for our climb. After touring some of the famous basilicas, mosques and palaces in this charming city, we fly across to the eastern end of the country to Dogu Beyazit, which is the staging area for our climb. Mule support will help us get our supplies to Green Camp at 10,500 feet, where we spend our first night. After proper acclimatization, we move to our high camp at 13,450 feet. We will climb the remote northern route on Mt. Ararat. The upper reaches of this mountain are covered in glaciers and we will be prepared to use ice axes and crampons while climbing roped up.

Mt. Vinson 16,067 feet (4,900m)

Mt. Vinson is the highest mountain on the continent of Antarctica. It is located 600 miles from the South Pole and 1200 miles from the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. It is part of the Ellsworth Mountain range, which rises dramatically above the Ronne Ice Shelf. The combination of incomparable pristine beauty, its remote location, and the extreme environment, make this expedition a unique and unparalleled trip of a lifetime!

Carstensz Pyramid 16,023 feet (4,884m)

Carstensz Pyramid is located in the Papua province on the Indonesian island of New Guinea, the world’s second largest island. This Indonesian Province was called Irian Jaya until 2005. It is the pinnacle of the Snow Mountain range rising dramatically above endless tropical jungles that surround it on all sides. At only 4 degrees south latitude but still being over 16,000 feet tall it is subject to a variety of weather conditions from sun to wet tropical conditions to snow storms that continue to fortify four glaciers in the region.

And so many more…..

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