Expeditions for all levels
If you’ve ever felt the urge to act on your climbing dreams, broaden your resume or learn the ropes in an inspiring location with personal, undivided attention from your guide, focused on your individual needs, then look no further. New Zealand’s Southern Alps and the Cordillera Blanca of Peru boast a vast collection of exciting mountaineering objectives that require minimal acclimatization.
Although the highest mountain in New Zealand is a mere 3724m / 12,218 ft in altitude, the climbs are often up to 1500m of technical ground requiring a large skill set of the aspiring alpinist. It is no coincidence that New Zealand is often referred to as the training ground for climbing in the Himalaya.