Located in the Sudirman Range of Indonesia’s Papua province, Carstensz Pyramid forms the highest point between the Himalayas and the Andes at an altitude of 4,884m. This expedition is something completely different from everything else you have ever experienced, including experiencing various tribal communities, basic food and tourism in its infancy. Helicopter fly-in and fly-out options are also available to assist with the logistical challenges of travelling in West Papua!
This is considered the most consistently steep and technical of all the Seven Summits! You will need previous rock climbing and scrambling experience, as well as the ability to abseil and rappel with confidence.
Various itineraries are available. Please contact us to find out more.
Visa's and Vaccinations
Please consult with your nearest Chilean Embassy or Consulate.
No immunizations are currently required. However, we suggest you chat to your local Travel Clinic for their recommendations.
|18 days door-to-door|
|Indonesia’s Papua province|
- All logistics up to the summit and back
- All facilitation costs
- 2 lodge nights on either side of the climb
- Climbing permit
- High quality tents on the climb
- All communal kitchen and camping gear
- All group climbing gear
- Good quality food on the climb
- Gas & burners for the climb
- Walkie-talkie sets for the team
- Satellite phone for emergency purposes
- Insurance for all local staff
- Comprehensive first aid kit
- All airport transfers
- Welcome dinner and celebration meal at the end
- International travel
- All personal climbing gear
- Emergency evacuation
- Personal expenses
- Gratuities and summit bonus
- Personal medical expenses, medical and evacuation insurance
- Any costs arising from flight cancellation/ delays, political disturbance or natural disasters.