We invite you to Russia for an exciting adventure to climb Mount Elbrus, one of the more accessible of the Seven Summits and the highest peak in Europe.
Step into history as we follow the path of legends to understand why trekking to the base of Mount Everest continues to draw adventure seekers from around the world.
First-class style, greater than 90% success rate, and more than 30 years on the mountain -- just a few reasons to join the Madness on Kilimanjaro.
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Ossy to lead August 15th Nun trip in India
Join us on this 7,135 meters peak - a great stepping-stone to the bigger Himalayan giants. learn more
North Cascades Climbs & Courses In Full Swing - Book Now!
Ecuador Mountaineering School - Head back to school across the globe and learn how to climb or acquire skills to get into more advanced terrain. Check out school options
Aconcagua - Climb to the top of South America and the highest peak in the Western Hemishere. Learn more
Everest Base Camp Trek - Trips are filling fast for this spring, and fall is nearly full. And believe it or not, 2017 trips are booking rapidly! Learn more here
Next Step Climbing Clinics - Mountain Madness teams up with professional alpinist Blake Herrington to give folks an opportunity to learn from a rock and alpine climbing master! Learn more
Mountain Madness is a mountain climbing, skiing, and trekking guide service, with a mountaineering school for all levels. Our home base has been located in Seattle, Washington since 1984. We welcome you to join us on any of the many adventures we offer. Start by taking a look at our top trips below!
Our mission at Mountain Madness is to provide the highest quality experience for beginner and advanced mountaineers and trekkers alike; exploring both the familiar and the wild, lesser-traveled regions of the world. Every trip we offer provides highly qualified guides (expert in their specific destination), the opportunity for cultural exchange, an extraordinary mental and physical challenge unique to mountain travel, wilderness skills development, and self-discovery.
It’s not the destination that’s important; it’s how you get there...