Stride climate

Top Climbing & Mountaineering Experiences

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and taking pictures in front of of the iconic sign at the top

Taking a multi-day trekking trip across Patagonia

Learning how to rock climb in Morocco and marveling at the amazing views

Taking a mountaineering tour in Alaska and learning about the "last frontier"

Trekking to Everest Base Camp in Nepal and feeling the comraderie of your group as you follow the footsteps of the historic figures that first made the journey

View More

Top Climbing & Mountaineering Attractions

Mount Kilimanjaro

Aoraki/Mount Cook

Arches National Park

Kathmandu Valley

Olympus Range

Trails through Patagonia


View More

Climbing & Mountaineering Attractions And Landmarks Guide

Want to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro? How about some serious Himalaya action? Maybe you're eyeing Cotopaxi in Ecuador or Pico Duarte in the Dominican Republic?? The Rockies in the U.S. and Canada always beckon, as do the smaller Munros of Scotland. If there's a climbable mountain, you can probably find an outfitter to take you there. We'll help.

There’s are few things better than cresting a ridge to find yourself on the top of a mountain. Whether it be five or fifteen thousand feet, reaching a peak is both a literal and metaphorical accomplishment. Luckily for amateur climbers and mountaineers, there are no lack of mountains around the world, and many climbing trips can be combined with other guided or adventure travel itineraries for non-climbing travel companions.

Popular Climbing Destinations

The United States offers many options for climbers and mountaineers - from the granite slabs in Yosemite National Park to Washington State’s volcanoes, including Mount Rainier, there is something for every ability and skill level. Farther afield, Mexico invites climbers from around the world to experience their volcanoes, including Orizaba and Popocatepetl, both of which are within close proximity to the museums and culinary delights of Mexico City.

Further south, the Andes mountains include gems like Cotapaxi and Chimborazo in Ecuador, Chopaqualki and Yannapancha in Peru, and Aconcagua in Argentina, standing as the tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere at nearly 23,000 ft (7,000 meters). A classic trip would be to pair the flair of Buenos Aires plus the wine and culinary mecca of Mendoza with an exhilarating summit bid on Aconcagua, which requires a minimal amount of climbing experience.

Of course, every mountaineer dreams of stepping foot on the massive, storied, and sacred peaks of the Himalaya, especially in Nepal. Everest, which is reserved only for those with extensive high-altitude climbing experience, is far from the only famous mountain in the region. For begineer climbers, try the ‘trekking’ peaks of Island Peak and Lobuche. For the more experienced, Ama Dablam beckons with it’s near perfect conical form and location just off the main trekkers route to Everest Base Camp.

Questions to Ask Your Tour Company

Once you’ve decided on your destination, there are a few key pieces of information you’ll want to obtain from your chosen climbing guide. What meals are included? What personal climbing equipment is required and what can be rented on site? Are the guides all certified mountain guides with First Aid and/or Wilderness First Aid training?

What is the acclimatization plan (pace of the climb). Are there any tour options for non-climbing partners or travel companions? For example, many operators offer trekking options in the same region where climbers will be attempting their summit bid. All in all, a climbing trip can leave you exhausted but filled with a deep sense of personal accomplishment as you push your physical boundaries further than you ever thought possible.

Climbing & Mountaineering Tour Reviews - Summary
97% Recommend

4.7 out of 5
Excellent 349 Great 107 Average 12 Disappointing 5 Terrible 4
4.7 Guide
4.7 Activities
4.7 Lodging
4.7 Transportation
4.7 Meals



Best trekking agency August 2019


Annapurna Base Camp Trek-7 Days

Great experience doing the Annapurna base camp trail with my guide Jerry! The best hospitality, honest workers and an amazing guide, will never regret. Highly recommended

Operator White Hill Adventure



Best trekking experience July 2019


Gokyo Ri & Gokyo Lakes Trek-11 Days

Had a great trip with my friends to Gokyo Ri through White Hills Adventure.Anuj was extremely helpful in organizing all areas of the trip. Our guide Pemba was a local from Lukla and was extremely helpful. Would recommend to anyone looking for a well-organized and safe trek in the Himalayas. Read more

Operator White Hill Adventure



Best experience to ABC trek July 2019


Everest Base Camp trek-12 Days

I had great experience with our guide. He is very friendly and honest man. I definetly recommend this operators.

Operator White Hill Adventure



Langtang with Gosaikunda Trek July 2019


Everest Base Camp trek-12 Days

Experienced great and fun adventure with WHA for our trek to Langtang Valley and gosaikunda lake. Besides, had a wonderful time with Ratna (Guide from WHA) and we made hike to Kyianjin Ri together.

Operator White Hill Adventure



Amazing trip to Everest June 2019


Everest Chola Pass Trek-15 Days

Outstanding trek! The guide was very knowledgeable and answered all your questions about the culture/mountains. The scenery was phenomenal! I definitely plan to use White Hill on my next trek to Nepal. Read more

Operator White Hill Adventure



3 high Passes June 2019


Everest Three High Passes Trek-17 Days

These guys are amazing!! Excellent service, very professional, and the best prices!

Operator White Hill Adventure

See all reviews for Climbing & Mountaineering Top Operators & Trips
Top Climbing & Mountaineering Travel Companies Ajax Loader...
What is Stride?
Stride is the top reviews site for experiential travel and tour packages.

Now you can search tens of thousands of trips from more than 1,000 operators and expert trip planners. Most travel agencies and websites only show options from large companies that pay big commissions. We show you all the options we can gather. We want you to have all the information to find your perfect trip, no matter who it’s with. About us.

Use Stride to:
Search thousands
Search thousands of itineraries and match your style and budget.
Compare local
Compare local experts with global tour operators side by side.
Read reviews
Read reviews by travelers and experts.
Read reviews
Save money as a Stride member (its free), with exclusive deals & rebates.
We are on a mission... help more people travel further, travel more, and travel better. Learn more.

Got it
Sign in to Save Trips
Welcome back! We're so happy to see you. ? Forgot Password?
Don't have an account? Join
  • Bookmark trips you like
  • Share with your travel companions
  • Track price changes
  • Access private discounts on trips you save
Sign in to see your results

TripFinder is a member-only feature. Don’t worry, it’s free!

With a membership you:

  • Save up to $700 per person!*
  • Access private deals and offers
  • See personalized trip recommendations
  • Save favorite trips
*See Member Savings Program details
Activate your free Stride membership

Just use the email address and password provided in the email we sent.

? Forgot Password?

With your free membership you:

  • Save up to $700 per person!*
  • Access private deals and offers
  • See personalized trip recommendations
  • Save favorite trips
*See Member Savings Program details
To Follow, sign in or sign up (it's free) ? Forgot Password?
Don't have an account? Join
member benefits
First name is required!
Last name is required!
First name is not valid!
Last name is not valid!
This is not an email address!
Email address is required!
This email is already registered!
Please enter valid email address
Password is required!
Enter a valid password!
Please enter 6 or more characters!
Please enter 32 or less characters!
Passwords are not the same!
Terms and Conditions are required!
Email or Password is wrong!
Please select the captcha checkbox!
Please select the valid captcha!
Something went wrong! Try again later!