6000m peaks - mountains of the world

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Many 6000m+ high mountains await us in the Andes and Asia. Some are easy to reach and climb, others are rarely attempted and only difficult routes lead to the summit. With our expedition expertise, we are your suitable partner for any 6000m ascent. From Aconcagua to the farthest corners of the Himalayas or Karakoram let us plan your summit expedition together..

6000m peaks - trek and climb:

Aconcagua Expedition - Summit Trek

Basic costs from: 3.250,00 €
Ab Fullservicepreis: 6.950,00 €

Alpamayo & Huascarán Climb - Perú Expedition

Basic costs from: 2.780,00 €
Ab Fullservicepreis: 5.480,00 €

Volcanoes in Ecuador: Cotopaxi & Chimborazo

Ab Fullservicepreis: 4.950,00 €

Ama Dablam Climb - Expedition Nepal

Basic costs from: 2.280,00 €
Ab Fullservicepreis: 7.720,00 €

Baltoro K2 Trek - Karakoram

Ab Fullservicepreis: 4.480,00 €

Mountain challenge, trek and climb - together to the summit:

South America - 6000 m

Aconcagua (6,962m)

At 6,962m (22,841 ft) above sea level, Aconcagu's summit is the highest mountain of South America. A demanding trek with strong character of an expedition leads us to the top of South America. Besides the normal route, the Polish Glacier Route is a popular route (360° with descent via the normal route). The more challenging south face is rarely climbed. Join us on the ascent of Aconcagua, organized and guided by the top 6000m experts in South America.

Aconcagua trekking: Members on the way to base camp.
Team on the way to ascent Aconcagua

Chimborazo (6,267m)

At 6,267 m / 20,561 ft above sea level, Chimborazo is the highest mountain of Ecuador, and it's climb is a demanding glacier trek. With the diversity of Ecuador this tour offers a beautiful travel and mountain experience. The planed ascents include the mountains Ilinniza, Cotopaxi and Chimborazo.This challenging trekking trip can be combined with a holiday in Galapagos.

Chimborazo, the highest mountain in Ecuador.
Chimborazo at night.

 

Alpamayo (5,947m) & Huascaran (6,768m) 

We plan to climb these two challenging mountains in Peru in an alpine rope team under the supervision of an IVBV mountain guide. The Alpamayo (5,947m / 19,511 ft), chosen as the most beautiful mountain in the world, is one of these great mountains, albeit only 6,000m high. After a rest in Huaraz we will turn to the highest mountain of the area: the almost 7,000m high Huascaran.

Guide / Leadership - Andes

Starting with 8 participants, a highly experienced SummitClimb expedition leader accompanies the expedition and takes care of the group organization and management of the trip / expedition. Up to 7 participants will be led by a South American IVBV mountain guide. The key for full service participation is 3:1, i.e. three guests each will be accompanied by a mountain guide.

Asia - 6000m

Ama Dablm (6,842m)

At 6,842m / 22,477 ft altitude, the landmark of Khumbu, often referred to as the "Matterhorn of Asia", is climbed within our superb Himalayan expedition. The normal route along the southwest ridge consists of beautiful rock climbing, combined terrain, ice and firn. We choose this route and offer you an expedition team with the most experience for the Ama Dablam ascent.
 
Other peaks we regulary climb in Nepal are:

Mera Peak (6,470m / 21,277 ft)

Mera Peak, a mountain in the Himalaya and administratively in Nepal's Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) Zone, Solukhumbu District, is the highest official trekking peak of Nepal. With SummitClimb, you join our strong expedition teams to safely climb Mera Peak.

Imja Tse / Island Peak (6,160m / 20,210 ft)

Imja Tse, better known as Island Peak, is a mountain in Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park. Island Peak is Nepal's most popular 6000m peak to climb.

Lobuje (6,119m / 20,075 ft )

Lobuje Peak is an attractive summit close to Mount Everst, hence popular to climb on the way to Everest Base Camp (EBC) for trekers as well as for climbers preparing to scale Mount Everest.

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