Mountain Summits

Experience the thrill of seeing the world from the top of mountain peaks. Whether you're a seasoned mountaineer or a novice seeking a new challenge, our mountain summit tours cater to all levels of expertise. We work with professional trekking teams to provide the support you need on your adventure.

Snapshot of Mountain Summit Trips

These tours take you to some of the world's most renowned mountain summits, including famous peaks like Kilimanjaro, Mt Olympus, Aconcagua, Mont Blanc, Mt. Kenya, Toubkal, and many more.

These iconic mountains of the world offer breathtaking views and an opportunity to push yourself past your comfort zone.

We work with experienced tour operators from across the globe. Leading these teams are certified mountain guides, well-versed in mountaineering techniques, safety protocols, and the unique challenges posed by each mountain.

They will accompany you every step of the way, ensuring your safety and providing valuable guidance throughout the expedition.

Choose from a range of tour options to suit your preferences and abilities. From introductory climbing trips for beginners to more advanced expeditions on the highest mountains in the world for those who've already conquered a few smaller peaks.

Our itineraries include ample time for acclimatization, rest days, and strategic ascent routes to maximize your chances of reaching the summit.

Climbing a mountain summit is not just about conquering a physical challenge; it's a transformative experience that tests your limits, fosters personal growth, and creates lifelong memories. Contact us today to start planning your mountain summit tour!


Our tour operators provide essential climbing gear and equipment, including tents, ropes, harnesses, crampons, and helmets for summit trips like to Everest Base Camp, for instance.

However, we recommend that you bring your items such as appropriate clothing, boots, and backpacks. The guides can recommend necessary gear and help you prepare for the adventure, contact us after booking.

Climbing mountain summits, including the world's most dangerous mountains to climb, requires a good level of physical fitness and stamina.

Even with easy mountains to climb, regular exercise and training before the expedition will help you build the necessary strength and endurance for the climb.

Many of our mountain summit trips take you to altitudes above 2, 500m (8, 200ft). At this point, atmospheric oxygen is lower than normal and there is a risk of altitude sickness on the world's hardest mountains to climb.

The symptoms of altitude sickness can range from mild headaches to life-endangering breathing issues.

For this reason, it's critical that you give your body time to adjust to the altitude, particularly with mountains to climb in Nepal.

This may mean taking a longer route or spending more time in one place before continuing your climb.

Some of our mountains, most notably climbing Kilimanjaro, have different route options to the summit. Each route on these top mountains to climb in Africa has its own pros and cons.

Generally, we recommend taking a longer route (7-8 days) to give yourself a better chance of summiting. The season will also affect your route choice. For example, Kilimanjaro's Rongai Route is the best route for the rainy season.

Generally, the best time to climb a mountain is in the dry/ summer months. Some of Europe's peaks are inaccessible over winter as they are covered in snow.

Other mountains, like Mt. Toubkal, can be climbed any time of year. It's good to note that even though some mountains can be climbed in winter like our Toubkal winter climb package, the ascent gets more difficult as it is much colder, and you may require some technical gear.

Any adventure activity comes with certain risks, and this includes beginner mountains to climb in the UK and the easiest mountains to climb over 8000 meters.

Even though most of the tours we offer are suitable for novices, some of these climbs are serious expeditions.

Accidents can and do happen on mountains and altitude sickness can have serious health implications, regardless of age and fitness. These risks should not be taken on lightly.

When it comes to our bucket list of mountains to climb, we have selected the best local operators based on their experience in summiting and prioritization of guest safety.

While on the trip, it is in your own interest to listen to the advice of the guides as well as pay attention to your own body's signals.

It is strongly recommended that you take out suitable trekking insurance that covers high-altitude peaks and (where necessary) helicopter evacuation.