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A project once started by American Dick Bass. His idea to climb the highest peak on every continent on the planet is followed by lots of enthousiasts.  Through time, different views on continental plateau borders created 2 versions and even more did arrive.  There is an Australian version with Mount  Kosciuszko and one with Papua containing Carstenz Pyramid as highest on the oceanic continental plateau. Which do you prefer ? On this site we stay with  Carstenz variant.

Its a true adventure to travel to all these places even more to go and do these iconic climbs!

 

7 summits​

Western Cwm Everest South

(8,848m/29,029ft)

Aconcagua 6962m

Mt. Aconcagua

(6,961m/22,837ft)

Denali Expedition

(6,194m/20,310ft)

Kilimanjaro 5895m

(5,895m/19,341ft)

Elbrus diamond Painting

(5,642m/18,510ft)

Mount Vinson Basecamp

(4,892m/16,050ft)

Carstensz-Pyramid-summit

(4,884m/16,024ft)

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Mt. Everest

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Everest Basecamp North

Also known as Sagarmatha in Nepal and Chomolungma in Tibet, is the highest peak on Earth and a symbol of unparalleled natural beauty and human achievement. Located in the Himalayas, it straddles the border between Nepal and Tibet Autonomous Region of China. Mother Earth attrackts lots of people – only few making it to the summit…

Everest South Route

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Aconcagua

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Aconcagua, standing as the “Roof of the Americas,” is the highest peak outside Asia. Located on the border between Argentina and Chile in the Andes Mountains, it reaches a remarkable height of 6,962 meters (22,837 feet). Aconcagua offers a captivating challenge for mountaineers, showcasing the captivating beauty of the natural world.

aconcagua-peak-argentina

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Denali

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West Butress Denali McKinley

Denali also formerly known as Mt. McKinley meaning “the High One” Located in the Denali National Park Alaska its famous for its Cold Conditions.  Denali is considered the coldest mountain on the planet. Due to its high latitude polar influence and low pressure its colder than Himalayan Mountains. Be prepared her for minus 50 Celsius in High Camp! But what an atmosphere and amazing Scenic flight to enter BC

Denali Expedition

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Kilimanjaro 5895m

Kilimanjaro – such a famous name and landmark Icon representing the home of human existence. Highest peak in Africa and often the starting point for 7 summiteers and climbers to catch up with the sport through experience they had. Uhuru Peak is 5895m Above MSL. Finding the plains and savanna at your feet…. Don’t forget  your safari trip afterwards!

Kilimanjaro Uhuru Peak

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Elbrus diamond Painting

In the Caucasus mountain range stands the two headed snowcapped giant Elbrus taking the lead in this environment. What a journey it is to get yourself to the Baksan Valley by itself. Travel back in time and enjoy the BBQ and drinks here. Going up? Prepare for unexpected snowstorms with -35 degrees and high winds. Not a walk in the park here..

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Vinson Massif

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Mount Vinson Basecamp

Remote purity. Clean, white and desolate. Very Cold and rapid changing weather circumstances. Only being here will be a lifetime changing memory and beating this  reaching the summit touching your soul even better :-)

Vinson head wall

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Puncak Jaya

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Carstensz Pyramid

Deep in the Jungle you will find the razor sharp edges of Puncak Jaya. Native name for Carstenz Pyramid. Technical skills and rockclimbing experience will take you up the 600m zebra wall reaching oceanias Summit

Carstensz-Pyramid-summit

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Mt. Everest Statistics

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Route 1

Southeast Ridge Route (Nepalese side): This is the most popular and busiest route to the top of Mount Everest. It starts from the Nepalese side and involves crossing the Khumbu Glacier, navigating the notorious Khumbu Icefall, and traversing the Western Cwm. This route requires technical skills, endurance, and the ability to overcome the various challenges of glaciers and ice formations.

Startingpoint
The starting point for the Southeast Ridge Route is Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal. EBC is located at an elevation of approximately 5,380 meters (17,600 feet). To reach EBC, climbers typically fly into Lukla Airport and then trek through the scenic Khumbu Valley, passing through various Sherpa villages such as Namche Bazaar and Dingboche before reaching the base camp.
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Route 2

North Ridge Route (Tibetan side): This route begins from the Tibetan side of Mount Everest and is less crowded than the Southeast Ridge Route. However, it requires a special permit and guidance from China. This route is technically demanding, with steep climbs and exposure to strong winds. It involves crossing the Changtse Glacier, ascending the steep northern slopes, and passing through prominent rock formations like the Second Step and the First Step.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the North Ridge Route is the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at an elevation of about 5,100 meters (16,700 feet) on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest. To access the Rongbuk Monastery, climbers usually travel from the city of Lhasa in Tibet by road, passing through towns like Shigatse and Shegar. From the monastery, climbers proceed towards Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the mountain.

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Route 3

Western Cwm Route: This route follows a slightly different approach than the Southeast Ridge Route. It involves traversing the Western Cwm, a large bowl-shaped valley covered in ice and snow. From Everest Base Camp on the Nepalese side, climbers cross the Khumbu Glacier and ascend gradually through the Western Cwm. This route offers stunning views and is often chosen by experienced climbers.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the Western Cwm Route is also Everest Base Camp (EBC) on the Nepalese side, the same as the Southeast Ridge Route. Climbers follow the same trekking route to reach EBC. From there, they traverse the Khumbu Glacier and enter the Western Cwm, a wide valley enclosed by towering peaks, including Everest’s southwest face.

Gallery

Aconcagua Statistics

Global Info

Route 1

Southeast Ridge Route (Nepalese side): This is the most popular and busiest route to the top of Mount Everest. It starts from the Nepalese side and involves crossing the Khumbu Glacier, navigating the notorious Khumbu Icefall, and traversing the Western Cwm. This route requires technical skills, endurance, and the ability to overcome the various challenges of glaciers and ice formations.

Startingpoint
The starting point for the Southeast Ridge Route is Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal. EBC is located at an elevation of approximately 5,380 meters (17,600 feet). To reach EBC, climbers typically fly into Lukla Airport and then trek through the scenic Khumbu Valley, passing through various Sherpa villages such as Namche Bazaar and Dingboche before reaching the base camp.
Gallery

Route 2

North Ridge Route (Tibetan side): This route begins from the Tibetan side of Mount Everest and is less crowded than the Southeast Ridge Route. However, it requires a special permit and guidance from China. This route is technically demanding, with steep climbs and exposure to strong winds. It involves crossing the Changtse Glacier, ascending the steep northern slopes, and passing through prominent rock formations like the Second Step and the First Step.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the North Ridge Route is the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at an elevation of about 5,100 meters (16,700 feet) on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest. To access the Rongbuk Monastery, climbers usually travel from the city of Lhasa in Tibet by road, passing through towns like Shigatse and Shegar. From the monastery, climbers proceed towards Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the mountain.

Gallery

Route 3

Western Cwm Route: This route follows a slightly different approach than the Southeast Ridge Route. It involves traversing the Western Cwm, a large bowl-shaped valley covered in ice and snow. From Everest Base Camp on the Nepalese side, climbers cross the Khumbu Glacier and ascend gradually through the Western Cwm. This route offers stunning views and is often chosen by experienced climbers.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the Western Cwm Route is also Everest Base Camp (EBC) on the Nepalese side, the same as the Southeast Ridge Route. Climbers follow the same trekking route to reach EBC. From there, they traverse the Khumbu Glacier and enter the Western Cwm, a wide valley enclosed by towering peaks, including Everest’s southwest face.

Gallery

Denali Statistics

Global Info

Route 1

Southeast Ridge Route (Nepalese side): This is the most popular and busiest route to the top of Mount Everest. It starts from the Nepalese side and involves crossing the Khumbu Glacier, navigating the notorious Khumbu Icefall, and traversing the Western Cwm. This route requires technical skills, endurance, and the ability to overcome the various challenges of glaciers and ice formations.

Startingpoint
The starting point for the Southeast Ridge Route is Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal. EBC is located at an elevation of approximately 5,380 meters (17,600 feet). To reach EBC, climbers typically fly into Lukla Airport and then trek through the scenic Khumbu Valley, passing through various Sherpa villages such as Namche Bazaar and Dingboche before reaching the base camp.
Gallery

Route 2

North Ridge Route (Tibetan side): This route begins from the Tibetan side of Mount Everest and is less crowded than the Southeast Ridge Route. However, it requires a special permit and guidance from China. This route is technically demanding, with steep climbs and exposure to strong winds. It involves crossing the Changtse Glacier, ascending the steep northern slopes, and passing through prominent rock formations like the Second Step and the First Step.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the North Ridge Route is the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at an elevation of about 5,100 meters (16,700 feet) on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest. To access the Rongbuk Monastery, climbers usually travel from the city of Lhasa in Tibet by road, passing through towns like Shigatse and Shegar. From the monastery, climbers proceed towards Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the mountain.

Gallery

Route 3

Western Cwm Route: This route follows a slightly different approach than the Southeast Ridge Route. It involves traversing the Western Cwm, a large bowl-shaped valley covered in ice and snow. From Everest Base Camp on the Nepalese side, climbers cross the Khumbu Glacier and ascend gradually through the Western Cwm. This route offers stunning views and is often chosen by experienced climbers.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the Western Cwm Route is also Everest Base Camp (EBC) on the Nepalese side, the same as the Southeast Ridge Route. Climbers follow the same trekking route to reach EBC. From there, they traverse the Khumbu Glacier and enter the Western Cwm, a wide valley enclosed by towering peaks, including Everest’s southwest face.

Gallery

Mt. Elbrus Statistics

Global Info

Route 1

Southeast Ridge Route (Nepalese side): This is the most popular and busiest route to the top of Mount Everest. It starts from the Nepalese side and involves crossing the Khumbu Glacier, navigating the notorious Khumbu Icefall, and traversing the Western Cwm. This route requires technical skills, endurance, and the ability to overcome the various challenges of glaciers and ice formations.

Startingpoint
The starting point for the Southeast Ridge Route is Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal. EBC is located at an elevation of approximately 5,380 meters (17,600 feet). To reach EBC, climbers typically fly into Lukla Airport and then trek through the scenic Khumbu Valley, passing through various Sherpa villages such as Namche Bazaar and Dingboche before reaching the base camp.
Gallery

Route 2

North Ridge Route (Tibetan side): This route begins from the Tibetan side of Mount Everest and is less crowded than the Southeast Ridge Route. However, it requires a special permit and guidance from China. This route is technically demanding, with steep climbs and exposure to strong winds. It involves crossing the Changtse Glacier, ascending the steep northern slopes, and passing through prominent rock formations like the Second Step and the First Step.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the North Ridge Route is the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at an elevation of about 5,100 meters (16,700 feet) on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest. To access the Rongbuk Monastery, climbers usually travel from the city of Lhasa in Tibet by road, passing through towns like Shigatse and Shegar. From the monastery, climbers proceed towards Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the mountain.

Gallery

Route 3

Western Cwm Route: This route follows a slightly different approach than the Southeast Ridge Route. It involves traversing the Western Cwm, a large bowl-shaped valley covered in ice and snow. From Everest Base Camp on the Nepalese side, climbers cross the Khumbu Glacier and ascend gradually through the Western Cwm. This route offers stunning views and is often chosen by experienced climbers.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the Western Cwm Route is also Everest Base Camp (EBC) on the Nepalese side, the same as the Southeast Ridge Route. Climbers follow the same trekking route to reach EBC. From there, they traverse the Khumbu Glacier and enter the Western Cwm, a wide valley enclosed by towering peaks, including Everest’s southwest face.

Gallery

Vinson Massif Statistics

Global Info

Route 1

Southeast Ridge Route (Nepalese side): This is the most popular and busiest route to the top of Mount Everest. It starts from the Nepalese side and involves crossing the Khumbu Glacier, navigating the notorious Khumbu Icefall, and traversing the Western Cwm. This route requires technical skills, endurance, and the ability to overcome the various challenges of glaciers and ice formations.

Startingpoint
The starting point for the Southeast Ridge Route is Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal. EBC is located at an elevation of approximately 5,380 meters (17,600 feet). To reach EBC, climbers typically fly into Lukla Airport and then trek through the scenic Khumbu Valley, passing through various Sherpa villages such as Namche Bazaar and Dingboche before reaching the base camp.
Gallery

Route 2

North Ridge Route (Tibetan side): This route begins from the Tibetan side of Mount Everest and is less crowded than the Southeast Ridge Route. However, it requires a special permit and guidance from China. This route is technically demanding, with steep climbs and exposure to strong winds. It involves crossing the Changtse Glacier, ascending the steep northern slopes, and passing through prominent rock formations like the Second Step and the First Step.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the North Ridge Route is the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at an elevation of about 5,100 meters (16,700 feet) on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest. To access the Rongbuk Monastery, climbers usually travel from the city of Lhasa in Tibet by road, passing through towns like Shigatse and Shegar. From the monastery, climbers proceed towards Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the mountain.

Gallery

Route 3

Western Cwm Route: This route follows a slightly different approach than the Southeast Ridge Route. It involves traversing the Western Cwm, a large bowl-shaped valley covered in ice and snow. From Everest Base Camp on the Nepalese side, climbers cross the Khumbu Glacier and ascend gradually through the Western Cwm. This route offers stunning views and is often chosen by experienced climbers.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the Western Cwm Route is also Everest Base Camp (EBC) on the Nepalese side, the same as the Southeast Ridge Route. Climbers follow the same trekking route to reach EBC. From there, they traverse the Khumbu Glacier and enter the Western Cwm, a wide valley enclosed by towering peaks, including Everest’s southwest face.

Gallery

Puncak Jaya Statistics

Global Info

Route 1

Southeast Ridge Route (Nepalese side): This is the most popular and busiest route to the top of Mount Everest. It starts from the Nepalese side and involves crossing the Khumbu Glacier, navigating the notorious Khumbu Icefall, and traversing the Western Cwm. This route requires technical skills, endurance, and the ability to overcome the various challenges of glaciers and ice formations.

Startingpoint
The starting point for the Southeast Ridge Route is Everest Base Camp (EBC) in Nepal. EBC is located at an elevation of approximately 5,380 meters (17,600 feet). To reach EBC, climbers typically fly into Lukla Airport and then trek through the scenic Khumbu Valley, passing through various Sherpa villages such as Namche Bazaar and Dingboche before reaching the base camp.
Gallery

Route 2

North Ridge Route (Tibetan side): This route begins from the Tibetan side of Mount Everest and is less crowded than the Southeast Ridge Route. However, it requires a special permit and guidance from China. This route is technically demanding, with steep climbs and exposure to strong winds. It involves crossing the Changtse Glacier, ascending the steep northern slopes, and passing through prominent rock formations like the Second Step and the First Step.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the North Ridge Route is the Rongbuk Monastery, situated at an elevation of about 5,100 meters (16,700 feet) on the Tibetan side of Mount Everest. To access the Rongbuk Monastery, climbers usually travel from the city of Lhasa in Tibet by road, passing through towns like Shigatse and Shegar. From the monastery, climbers proceed towards Advanced Base Camp (ABC) on the mountain.

Gallery

Route 3

Western Cwm Route: This route follows a slightly different approach than the Southeast Ridge Route. It involves traversing the Western Cwm, a large bowl-shaped valley covered in ice and snow. From Everest Base Camp on the Nepalese side, climbers cross the Khumbu Glacier and ascend gradually through the Western Cwm. This route offers stunning views and is often chosen by experienced climbers.

Startingpoint

The starting point for the Western Cwm Route is also Everest Base Camp (EBC) on the Nepalese side, the same as the Southeast Ridge Route. Climbers follow the same trekking route to reach EBC. From there, they traverse the Khumbu Glacier and enter the Western Cwm, a wide valley enclosed by towering peaks, including Everest’s southwest face.

Gallery