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Lobuche East, Nepal

Ready to take your climbing to the next level on an expedition of a lifetime?  The Himalayas. Since time immemorial, these colossal peaks with their vast web of rugged, isolated valleys and distinct ethnic groups have been the aspirations of…

Manaslu, Nepal

The Manaslu Circuit Trek over the remote Larkye La Pass is one of Nepal’s best kept secrets.  Following remote trails far away from the beaten path of Nepal’s well-known trekking circuits, this region sees few visitors throughout the year and…

Aconcagua, Argentina

Welcome to Aconcagua (22,841’/6,961m), the highest mountain outside of the Himalayas, the highest in the Americas, and one of the Seven Summits. Technically easy, Aconcagua is a mountain not to be underestimated. The altitude and the sometimes cold winds (a.k.a….

Orizaba, Mexico

Welcome to the Volcanoes of Mexico – the perfect introduction to climbing at higher altitudes, or for the seasoned veteran, an easily accessible training ground for Ecuador, Denali, Aconcagua, and the Himalayas. El Pico de Orizaba (18,490’) and Iztaccihuatl (17,159’)…

Peak 11,300, Alaska

Peak 11,300, Alaska Range Alaska Grade 4, 5.9, AI 3 Elevation Gain: 4,100 ft Just because a peak doesn’t have a name, doesn’t mean it is an unworthy objective. Such is the case with Peak 11,300 – Steve House’s favorite…

Ruth Gorge, Alaska

Alaska Mountaineering Seminar The incredible scale of Alaska’s Ruth Gorge seems reminiscent of Patagonia, but with better weather. The vast glaciers and huge alpine rock faces offer breathtaking scenery and phenomenal mountaineering opportunities. The Ruth is a great place to…