Watch our Kilimanjaro Trek 2020 Webinar

Join Mountain Trip’s lead guides for a virtual trek up Mount Kilimanjaro,

the final installment of out “7 Summits in 7 Weeks” webinar series!

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Watch our Mount Elbrus Webinar

Mountain Trip’s lead guides take us for a virtual journey to Mount Elbrus, deep in the Caucasus Mountains of Russia and the highest point in Europe at 18,510′! Watch our next installment of the “Seven Summits in Seven Weeks” series: Mount Elbrus! A guided climb of Elbrus or Mengi Tau (Mountain of a Thousand Mountains)…

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Carstensz Pyramid Webinar

Join our next installment of Seven Summits in Seven Weeks: Carstensz Pyramid! Mountain Trip’s lead guides take us for a virtual journey to Carstensz Pyramid (Puncak Jaya) in Indonesia. We’ve had some wild experienced climbing Carstensz Pyramid over the years. No matter your trip, you’re guaranteed a unique adventure. With exotic beaches and jungles below,…

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Watch our Aconcagua 2020 Webinar

Recorded webinar: Join Mountain Trip’s lead guides for a discussion on the experience of climbing Aconcagua, with Q&A to follow. The highest peak outside of the Himalaya, Cerro Aconcagua beckons climbers from around the world. This beautiful, high, rugged mountain serves as a great introduction to high altitude mountaineering. Our panel of experienced guides answers…

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Watch our Denali 2021 Webinar

Webinar recording: Join Mountain Trip’s lead guides for a look at what it takes to climb Denali as an expedition team, and Q&A session.

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Watch our Everest 2021 Webinar

  Watch our Everest 2021 Webinar and Q&A hosted by lead guides Bill Allen, Scott Woolums, and Jacob Schmitz, with many combined trips in the Himalaya. Reaching the summit of Mount Everest, the highest point on earth, is certainly no easy feat. A monumental amount of effort goes into a successful Everest expedition, from building a…

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Kilimanjaro Climb and Safari Recap

Waking up slowly in my tent on the slopes on Kilimanjaro, I heard camp beginning to stir. Local guides, porters and climbers started to emerge from their tents dotting the Shira I campsite. From a variety of different directions, the common Swahili greeting “Jambo” was being tossed around. In varying degrees of pre-coffee stupor, some…

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