7 Summits (Everest, Aconcagua, Denali....)

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City Dubai
Date 01 January 2026, Thursday
Time 05:00 am*
Registration closes on 29.12.2025 at 11:59 PM or sooner if places sell out.
Cancellations accepted up to 29.12.2025 at 11:59 PM or sooner if the event sells out.

From zero to hero.

The opportunity to be guided on all of the 7 summits at your own pace.
Kilimanjaro, Elbrus, Aconcagua, Denali, Everest, Carstensz, Vinson.
The Seven Summits are the highest mountains on each of the seven traditional continents. Reaching the peak of these summits is considered a significant achievement amongst many mountaineers.
This is your opportunity to be personally mentored by Sean, multiple Everest summits and 7 summit guide.

We are using the Messner list of the 7 summits named after Reinhold Messner, the first climber to reach the summit of all seven.
To complete the Bass list of the 7 summits, named after Dick Bass, you should include Mount Kosciuszko  which is a short walk from a ski resort in Australia.

After an initial meeting, your personal plan will be put into place. For each person the time scale, training and seasons will be different.
If you want to set a speed record for all 7 no problem, if you want to start with the first 3 and then consider the others we can accommodate that as well.

Individual Categories / Events Price (AED)
All 7 summits - Normal
18 - 99 Years, Male
18 - 99 Years, Female
Prices shown include VAT where applicable.
  • What is included in the price?

    • Airport/Hotel/airport transfers
    • 5 nights’ accommodation at hotel in Kathmandu on with breakfast and all taxes
    • Fly from Kathmandu – Lukla– Kathmandu and all your luggage to Everest Base camp and back to Lukla
    • Everest Expedition Government Royalty
    • All camping facilities and meals during the expedition including tent (one member = one tent) at Base camp.
    • Kitchen and Dinning equipment, Eating utensils, Shower Tents, Toilet Tent, Store Tent, etc
    • Twin sharing HA tents Mountain Hardware T3 on Camp 1, Camp 2 and Camp 3. Triple sharing HA tents Mountain Hardware T3 on Camp 4.
    • All porter wages costs from Lukla to Everest Base camp and back to Lukla.
    • All costs for support staff (guide, cook, kitchen helpers, and porters)
    • Liaison officer, his fee, daily wages, equipment, clothing, accommodation, flight, meals and insurance
    • Expedition handling fees
    • Garbage deposit for Ministry of Tourism
    • High Atitude food
    • EPI Gas and HA (High

  • Is this to the summit of all 7 summits?

    Yes to the very top of the highest mountains on each continent.

  • What training is included before we leave?

    Our aim is for you to succeed so all training before is included. The plan and order we do the 7 summits depends on your experience so we start with the easiest. If necessary additional training and preparation is available during the whole experience.
    We also have a base in the French Pyrenees at 2000m and run altitude training trips there.

  • What level of experience do I need to sign up for the summit?

    The Nepal Mountaineering Association recommends that you have summited a peak of 6500m - 7000m.
    If you are concerned about this please contact us and we can advise on how to go about this.

    It is not an obstacle and although more experience will definitely help you, there is a saying "The mountain does not know how much experience you have". This applies both ways. All of our trips are run with safety at the forefront.

    Applicants for the Lhotse or Everest expedition should be fully conversant with mountaineering techniques and have a proven high altitude climbing experience of 6,000m or above. Although fixed ropes will be used where appropriate, expedition members must have the ability to climb mixed ground of AD or equivalent standard, un-roped and be adequately self-sufficient to move between and to live in high mountain camps un-aided or supervised.

    We can help you gain the necessary experience.

  • Can I contact you and meet up before we sign up?

    Please do and infact we would prefer to meet in person before you sign up with us.

  • What is not included ?

    What is not included

    • International flights and airport taxes.
    • Visa fees
    • Bar bills and laundry.
    • Travel insurance
    • Tips for local drivers, guides, porters, climbing Sherpas and other staff
    • Any other expenses incurred except mentioned in above ‘included’ items.
    • Personal equipment as mentioned below
    • Ice axe, Crampons and Climbing boots
    • Four season sleeping bag for base camp use and above
    • Harness
    • Jumar/ascender
    • 3 x tape slings
    • 2 x screw-gate karabiners
    • Descender/abseil device
    • Prussic loops
    • Plastic mountaineering boots and Neoprene over boots
    • Globes, Sun glasses, Snow glassess, Down suit or duvet/salopette combination, warm woollen socks, well broken in trekking shoes, trekking poles etc.

  • How long is the trip?

    The exact schedule will depend on you. Normally people do 1 or 2 mountains each year. But depending on your work and commitments, it could be quicker or slower.
    The only determination is the seasons in which you climb each mountain. This varies. As a rough guide the timings are as follows:

    Kilimanjaro (all year within reason)
    Elbrus (June - September but possible all year)
    Aconcagua (December - February)
    Denali (May - July)
    Everest (April - June)
    Carstensz (all year within reason)
    Vinson (December - January)

  • Is it safe?

    Climbing and mountaineering are inherently dangerous sports and should be performed only with the proper instruction and supervision of an experienced guide
    We work on the premise that the inherent risks of outdoor activities and mountain climbing can be in part identified and mitigated by information, training, interesting gear and knowledge gained in part, through the experiences of others.

    Although many people have now climbed Everest, the mountain and its potential dangers are undiminished. Reaching the summit late in the day can be a fatal error and our guides will ensure that sensible timings are adhered to. The aim of our expedition will be to get as many team members as possible to the summit. However, this will not be to the detriment of safety. Safety will govern all decision making on the mountain and will be based on the sound mountaineering judgement of our highly experienced expedition leader.

  • Can you take me on other mountains before Everest?

    Yes. We are a professional and established mountaineering company. Whatever your level of experience we can provide adventures in the mountains.
    We have hikes and climbs in the UAE and all over the world from Argentina to Russia and Pakistan.
    We will eventually add them here but in the meantime contact us for your customised path to the roof of the world.

  • Can you tell me more details about the climb?

    Yes of course, before you book, schedule a meet up and see videos and fotos from previous expeditions.

  • Do you have a recommended list of equipment?

    Before each expedition we will fully prepare you .
    When you sign up we arrange a personal meeting and go through everything that you will need. You will have climbed before and have some equipment. Our connections with retailers will give you a discount and ensure you look good and are safe.
    • Ice axe
    • Crampons
    • Four season sleeping bag for base camp use
    • Harness
    • Jumar/ascender
    • 3 x tape slings
    • 2 x screwgate karabiners
    • Descender/abseil device
    • Prussic loops
    • Plastic mountaineering boots and Neoprene overboots
    • Down suit or duvet/salopette combination

    We can provide assistance with obtaining equipment not normally stocked by retail outlets. Some items of equipment are available for hire from us but, for this expedition, we strongly recommend that you purchase your own personal equipment and test it before departure.

  • How long can I take to complete the 7 summits project

    Full briefing and schedule is sent after signup.
    There is no strict time limit, however most people would spend between 2 - 5 years completing the project and also maintaining a work / family balance.
    We do offer Fast ascents with a reduced number of days (20days). These are more expensive as we send you a pre acclimatisation home station, additional personal sherpas, unlimited oxygen, helicopter direct to basecamp etc.
    Please contact us if you are interested in this option.

  • Who will be my leader?

    Sean is your western guide for Everest and Lhotse.
    He has lived in Dubai for 12 years and splits his time between here and the Pyrenees.
    He has led 4 expeditions to the summit of Everest and 15 expeditions to mountains over 8000m as well as many around the globe.
    If we employ further western guides they will be qualified and experienced mountain guides or mountaineering instructors.
    We also ensure that all of our Sherpas have a good track record of mountaineering at high altitudes.
    Our lead Sherpa has summited Everest 12 times.
    Whilst qualifications and experience are essential requirements, we also make sure that our Sherpas have the right temperament to lead an expedition comprised of individuals who have a range of previous experience and expectations. To that end, we aim to provide a staff (and clients ) who will make the expedition both successful and enjoyable throughout.
    All of our staff are personally known to us, having normally worked several expeditions for us previously.

  • Do you have references or previous clients that I can speak to?

    Of course.
    This works in our favor as we love our clients and our clients love us.
    Contact us.

  • The price for the expedition is high?

    The average price to climb Everest safely and supported is now over 55 000 USD and can range to 120 000 USD for luxury packages that include helicopters, unlimited oxygen, western chefs at basecamp and 2 sherpas for 1 client and 500 000 USD for some operators.
    The price of Vinson in Antarctica is also a similar price.
    We are based in the middle of this range but do not take shortcuts on safety . We keep the maximum size of the group on each expedition to 6 climbers ensuring that Sean is in contact at every moment with each of them.
    Our basecamp reflects this.
    It is quiet, peaceful and a learning place.
    This closed bubble also helps prevent illnesses from spreading as they will in a large basecamp.
    Would you rather be with 20 other climbers?

  • Is there a discount available?

    Everything is priced to provide the best possible service.

    We can provide a discount for -

    return clients
    family and friends of clients who want to trek to basecamps (such as Everest or K2)
    group bookings of 2 or more

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