7000+meter peaks


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7,000+ meter peaks present extreme challenges due to their high altitudes, unpredictable weather, and technical difficulties. Climbers attempting to ascend these peaks require extensive training, experience, and careful planning. We provide safety, experienced guides, the services included in our packages, and our approach to responsible and sustainable mountaineering practices. Additionally, make sure you are physically and mentally prepared for the challenges associated with high-altitude expeditions and seek appropriate training and acclimatization before attempting such climbs.

Chogolisa Peak 7,665 meters (25,148 feet)

Chogolisa Peak is often referred to as K12. Ghogolisa Peak is a high peak situat..

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Gasherbrum IV 7,925 meters (26,001 feet)

Gasherbrum IV is the 17th highest mountain in the world with an elevation of 7,9..

Gasherbrum V 7,147 meters (23,448 feet)

Gasherbrum V is a mountain in the Karakoram range, located on the border between..

Masherbrum 7,821 meters (25,659 feet)

A mountain in the Karakoram range called Masherbrum sometimes referred to as K1,..

Spantik 7,027 meters (23,058 feet)

Spantik is also called Golden Peak. The Karakoram mountain range which includes ..

K6 Peak 7,281 meters (23,891 feet)

The K6 Peaks also called the K6 or the Masherbrum Range, are a group of mountain..