Combo Packages

Why settle for one 8,000er, when you could summit two?

Busy lifestyles and big mountains don’t always go hand in hand, but no guiding company is better equipped to maximise your time than us. We know these combos are possible, because our directors have climbed these peaks back to back before. Allow us to show you the way.

Combo Packages

Named for the Hindu Goddess of food and nourishment, who is said to live among its summits, Annapurna is a vast massif in central Nepal whose highest peak sits at 8,091m, making it the world’s 10th highest mountain. Makalu is the world’s fifth-highest mountain, a near-perfect pyramid of rock and ice thrusting 8,463m into the sky over the Nepalese - Tibetan border. This combination expedition will allow you to climb both in the space of a single spring climbing season - a huge achievement.

Apr-May
£36,100
Combo Packages

Mount Everest is undoubtedly on the bucket list of every climber. Who wouldn't want to conquer the highest mountain on the planet? But the most dedicated and skilled mountaineers won’t want to stop there, of course, which is where Elite Exped’s combo packages come in. This expedition offers you the chance to bag two 8,000m summits - the first and fourth-highest mountains in the world - in a single climbing season. For high achievers, goals don’t come much greater than this.

Apr-May
£65,000
Combo Packages

K2 isn’t nicknamed “the savage mountain” for nothing. The world’s second highest peak is arguably the toughest challenge in mountaineering, but nearby Broad Peak, the world’s 12th highest mountain, is the perfect stepping stone to tackling this daunting challenge. This expedition offers you the chance to conquer two of the Karakorum’s most iconic peaks in the space of a single summer climbing season.

Jun-Jul
£50,000
Combo Packages

Originally named K5 by the Colonial Great Trigonometric Survey of India, Gasherbrum I, the 11th highest mountain in the world, was dubbed ‘the Hidden Peak’ by Victorian mountaineers because of its extreme remoteness. To this day, it remains one of the least-frequently climbed of the 8,000ers, and therefore one of the most exciting for true climbing connoisseurs. Its near neighbour, Gasherbrum II, is the world’s 13th highest mountain. Scaling the two back to back is an especially rewarding experience for those with the skills and stamina. 

Jun-Jul
£32,000
Combo Packages

Shishapangma, whose name means “God of the Grasslands”, is the world’s 14th highest mountain, and the only 8,000er that lies entirely in Tibet. Cho Oyu, which translates as “Turquoise Goddess” in Tibetan, straddles the border between Tibet and Nepal, but is easiest to climb from the northern, Tibetan side. Among the world’s 8,000m peaks, both are regarded as relatively easy. Tackling these two sacred mountains together is challenging, but possible. 

Aug-Sep
£50,000