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One of life’s major achievements!

The Seven Summits defines the highest mountain on each of Earth’s seven continents. This collection of peaks embodies a significant but achievable objective for the motivated expedition enthusiast.

Adventure Consultants have a long association with climbing the Seven Summits. Company pioneers Rob Hall and Gary Ball completed all Seven in seven months back in 1990 and we’ve been at the forefront of Seven Summits expeditions ever since.

You too can climb the Seven Summits with us. Whether you decide to take seven months or seven years achieving this project, we can put programmes together to suit your timeframe.

To finally stand on the summit of Everest is a life changing highlight in itself, to do so at the completion of the Seven Summits programme is phenomenal!

We recommend you climb the Seven Summits in this order to achieve gradually increasing difficulty through the programme:

 Ecstatic moments on the summit of Everest.  © Dean Staples  

Why AC?

We’ve enabled people who are completely new to climbing to achieve all of the Seven Summits within as little as eighteen months and experienced climbers within one year! We offer a focused instruction programme to get you started, then you tackle the peaks from the easiest of the Seven, through to the most difficult, developing your skills and experience as you go.

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“When I decided four years ago to complete the Seven Summits, I wanted to try a different guide company for all of my climbs until I found one that I was comfortable with, had the experience on all the summits and met all my expectations. After using three other companies, I am now in the process of planning my third climb with Adventure Consultants.”

Stephen Wilson, Canada

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Three Peaks 2015 - Island Peak Summit


22 Nov - The AC team have received news that Sam, Peter, Da Jangbu and Rinjin summitted...


Carstensz 2015 - The Wind Blowth a Different Direction

 The team celebrate with a buffet lunch in Timika, after the fastest ascent of Carstehsz ever!
Carstensz lunch in Timika 2015

The team celebrate with a buffet lunch in Timika, after the fastest ascent of Carstehsz ever!

09 November 2015

06 Nov - The only thing predictable about Carstensz is change and a need for flexibility...



Ama Dablam 2015 - Summit Success & Back Down at Base Camp Safe

 The Ama Dablam 2015 team on the top, 6828m, Nov 5 2015.
Ama Dablam 2015 summit

The Ama Dablam 2015 team on the top, 6828m, Nov 5 2015.

06 November 2015

05 Nov - Great news - we are all back in our Base Camp lodge safe and very happy after a successful summit of Ama Dablam...



Manaslu 2015 - It's Over

Manaslu 2015 Dispatch, archive photo
29 September 2015

28 Sept - Heavy snow overnight that was not forecasted hammered Camp 3 causing our Sherpa team positioned there to...



Elbrus 2015 - Summit Day


4 Aug - We had strong winds and 30m visibility all the way to the summit, which was reached in mid morning...


Sherpa Future Fund

If you would like to support of the victims and affected families of the Everest Base Camp Avalanche, please consider contributing to the Adventure Consultants Sherpa Future Fund. 
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Everest 2015 - Final Dispatch

 The AC Evrest Sherpa Team 2015 at Basecamp, for the puja ceremony 
© Suze Kelly  

28 May - In response to the tragedy we at Adventure Consultants are focusing both on our Sherpa staff and their families...