For over four decades, RMI guides have been guiding and climbing on all seven continents, searching for the greatest mountaineering adventures around. Our international programs represent our collection of favorites and there is something for everyone; from treks to high altitude climbs and week-long adventures to months-long expeditions. Come climb with us!
Kilimanjaro Climb & Safari
Climb to the Roof of Africa through some of the continent's most majestic landscapes and afterward witness the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth where lions and elephants still rule the plains.
Kilimanjaro Climb Only
Scale Kilimanjaro's jungled flanks to the mountain's icy summit in an unforgettable journey designed expressly for those seeking the adventure of Kilimanjaro but limited by the constraints of time.
North America (International)
Everything was excellent. Your guides are fantastic and the organization of the entire trip was superb."
Mt. Elbrus Southside
In a journey to the top of Russia's forgotten corners, climb the rolling glaciers overlooking the fabled Caucasus Mountains of Europe's highest peak.
Mt. Elbrus Northside
The north side of Mt. Elbrus is the wild and forgotten face of Europe's highest point. This is the ideal expedition for climbers interested in building their climbing skills while getting off the beaten track on one of the Seven Summits.
Mt. Elbrus Ski Expedition
In a journey to the top of Russia's forgotten corners climb the rolling glaciers, overlooking the fabled Caucasus Mountains of Europe's highest peak.
Mt. Everest Southside
Led by Everest's most experienced guides and supported by some of the best Sherpa staff on the mountain, our Everest Expedition is the ideal approach to climbing the world's tallest mountain.
Everest Base Camp Trek
The unbelievable scenery and rich culture make the Everest Base Camp Trek the experience of a lifetime and the perfect way to explore the Khumbu region of Nepal.
The Turquoise Goddess in Tibetan, Cho Oyu is the world's sixth highest mountain. It is regarded as one of the most accessible of the world's 8,000 meter peaks and the perfect introduction to high altitude Himalayan mountaineering.
Shishapangma is the 14th highest mountain in the world, and the only 8,000m peak lying solely in Tibet. For a peak of this size and stature, the Northwest Ridge, our climbing route, offers a direct route to Shishapangma?s Central Summit.
I enjoyed the whole mix of the trip: climbing, hiking, site seeing, shopping at the market, great dining. It gave us a chance to experience the wonderful culture of the Ecuadorian Andes."
Meaning Sentinal of Stone, Aconcagua is the highest mountain in the world outside the Himalaya, towering over the rest of the Andes. It is an excellent peak for climbers to build their expedition and mountaineering skills.
Chile's Volcanoes Ski Mountaineering Expedition
The Chile Ski Mountaineering Expedition is a thirteen-day adventure in Northern Patagonia in Chile featuring excellent climbing and long ski descents of the region?s volcanoes.
Ecuador's Volcanoes: Cotopaxi & Cayambe
Climbing these glaciated peaks, whose tops soar above the Andes and bases reach into the Amazon, brings mountaineers on an exhilarating climbing expedition through Ecuador's vibrant culture to the thin air of its highest peaks.
Ecuador Volcano: Cotopaxi Express
As the Ecuadorian volcanoes' crown jewel, Cotopaxi challenges climbers with its impressive glaciers and lofty altitude and is the ideal mountain for climber's seeking to build their climbing skills and reach new heights.
Expedition Skills Seminar - Ecuador
Climb Ecuador's great high altitude volcanoes while establishing a solid foundation of mountaineering skills and techniques in order to prepare for bigger peaks in the future.
Journey from the streets of Cusco, along ancient winding Incan footpaths, to the legendary city of Machu Picchu perched high in the rugged Peruvian Andes.
Expedition Skills Seminar - Peru
Climb in the peaks of Peru's Cordillera Blanca while establishing a solid foundation of mountaineering skills and techniques in order to prepare for bigger peaks in the future.