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7 Summits

Follow in the footsteps of the greats

7 Summits

For many mountaineers, this is the lifetime ambition, inspiring and intriguing the greats for years. To bag the highest summit on each continent: Elbrus (Europe) Carstensz (Oceania) Kilimanjaro (Africa) Aconcagua (South America) Vinson (Antarctica) Denali (North America) and, of course, Everest (Asia). The journey demands commitment and courage, but it guarantees you adventure, exotic travel and immense personal achievement. 360 Expeditions are recognised leaders in this unique niche of guiding. Our thoughtfully devised and achievable strategy allows you to complete the challenge safely, in your own time frame and budget. It only takes one step to get started.

Vinson

  • Antarctica
  • 18 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: TBC
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Everest

via the South Col

  • Nepal
  • 66 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: TBC
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Everest

via the North Col

  • Tibet
  • 68 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: $57,500
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Carstensz Pyramid

  • Indonesia
  • 20 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: TBC
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Carstensz Pyramid

  • Indonesia
  • 20 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: TBC
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Denali

  • United States
  • 26 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: £9,050
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Elbrus

North-South Traverse

  • Russia
  • 11 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: £2,335
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Aconcagua

  • Argentina
  • 25 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: £4,595
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Kilimanjaro

Lemosho Route

  • Tanzania
  • 11 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: £2,475
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Julien Laporte

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route

  • Tanzania
  • 11 days
  • 7 Summits
  • From: TBC
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What do I like about 360 Expeditions? I don’t just like them I respect them and trust them. They look after their crew and porters well above any other expedition company I have come across. It is clear the guides and porters enjoy working with them as did our group of adventurers who took on the challenge of climbing Kilimanjaro.

Paul Cook, Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route
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