• In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing. Theodore Roosevelt

Climb a Mountain



Sculpts Your Body

A mountain expedition will put you in the best shape of your life. Ideally, you’d start training at 6-9 months before your climb. Having a clear reason to work out is a powerful motivator. Focusing your mind on your looming mission will keep you consistent. The training will likely put you in great shape. And then, there’s the climb. Your body will be consuming itself as the harsh conditions force you to burn to more calories than you can eat. You’ll be hard, strong, and incredibly ripped after a climb. Call it “the Mountaineering Cut.”


Feeling low? Bored? Suicidal? Unmotivated? You may just need a reminder of your mortality. A controlled brush with death. Peering into the maw of an icy black abyss will make you see your life differently. You’re in real physical danger in the mountains. Facing that WILL make you appreciate your limited time.

Spiritual Growth

God stays in the mountains. If you’re a religious man, the intensity of your climb may cause spiritual revelations. Perhaps even epiphanies. Like Moses. If you’re not one of the Faithful? Well, you’ll still revel in nature’s glory. Because science.


The mountains make you humble. Despite your training and struggling, your goal may elude you. Contemplate your miniscule existence. Accept that you’re not a special snowflake. Just an insignificant speck of meaningless dust, floating along on an infinite white river of stars. And your clock is ticking.

Test Your Limits

Ascent will push you to the absolute limit. Mountaineering isn’t fun. Really, it’s the opposite. You’ll suffer as you face exhaustion, cold, snow, ice, altitude sickness, low oxygen, avalanche, falls, and countless other dangers. But your climb will harden you, physically AND mentally. It’s a true test of your ability to absorb and endure punishment.


Success stories

theresa fl

Apr 15 at 19:50 pm
Not only one. But one of the 7 summits. World highest freestanding Mountain and Africas highest point. Mt. Kilimandscharo :)

Lizzie Whalen

May 12 at 20:47 pm
lesson learnt; dont wear dr martens!!

Karen Tarroyo

May 12 at 19:59 pm
when i was in highschool with my cousins & friends!

Judy Layug

Nov 21 at 16:23 pm
6 Packs of Peaks 2016 finisher! #52 hike challenger hike#38

Lisan Noordegraaf

Jun 22 at 10:13 am
Een hoge berg beklimmen.

Szennyai Fanni

Sep 10 at 22:20 pm

Ashley Moss

Jun 20 at 22:34 pm
Climbed Snowdon in 2017

Harshvardhan Nigam

Jun 11 at 08:00 am
Shankpal trek , Sanasar J&K

XCrossyX XMotoX

Nov 26 at 23:37 pm
instead of taking a 30min road , took a 4hour one

Eline Stuivenwold

Nov 26 at 16:51 pm
Climbed Kilimanjaro! Up to a height of 5900m

Clair Louise

Nov 01 at 23:52 pm
Hiked up Ben Nevis

Kate O'Callaghan

May 02 at 12:40 pm
for dad's birthday

Siru Wallin

Mar 24 at 04:00 am
In Marbella, Spain

aude guivarch

Mar 15 at 21:39 pm

Kathryn Taylor

Mar 05 at 21:14 pm
It takes a lot of effort to get up there man

morgan Schilke

Feb 20 at 04:41 am
Done this a million times

Amanda Wellbo

Feb 15 at 08:47 am
mountain batur in bali

Jesse Pons

Feb 13 at 17:11 pm
I felt tired


Feb 02 at 02:12 am
wanna do it again

Natalie Gehlert

Jan 22 at 20:42 pm
Dalfaz Alm vor einigen Jahren

Natalija Mitrovic

Jan 22 at 09:02 am
It was great.

Caroline Couture

Jan 21 at 05:21 am
Mont Tremblant , Québec, Canada.

glitter dust

Jan 17 at 15:12 pm
school trip to Benachee

Valéria Sopova

Jan 08 at 18:31 pm
itt Washington in mátra

Sadhbh Sutton

Jan 08 at 15:27 pm
I live in the mountains

Kayla Chambers

Jan 03 at 02:32 am
went on a 6 mole hike up a mountain in Colorado with my uncle!


Jan 03 at 02:16 am
climbed the Carpathians in Romania

Viviana White

Dec 31 at 17:47 pm
Peak District

Iveta Wolf

Dec 15 at 01:56 am
I had to climb a mountain to reach a house at the top of it. And I did. Yay.

Aaron Davis

Jun 11 at 04:35 am
Table Mountain, South Africa