Mountains

GeoWorld Travel geology tours and holidays that feature Mountains. Mountainous areas visited include Antarctica, Greenland, the summit of Etna in Sicily, the Hajar Mountains of Oman, the Naukluft and Tsaris Mountains of Namibia, the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, Table Mountain and the Drakensberg in South Africa and the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia in Wales

The following trips feature mountains:

Antarctica 

Multiple voyages - visit the Antarctic Peninsula Mountains

Ross Sea - visits the Trans Antarctic Mountains

Greenland

Multiple voyages - the whole east coast of Greenland is mountainous.

ITALY

The Classic Volcanoes - We go about 3000m up Mount Etna. This area has a ski resort in winter.

OMAN

Ocean Crust and Mountains of Mantle - this trip takes place in the Al Hajar Mountains and we will see Jebel Shams (3009m) the highest mountain in Oman on our trip.

Namibia

A Geological Safari - Visits the Naukluft Mountains, Tsaris Mountains, and the inselberg mountains of Erongo, Spitzkoppe and the Brandberg.

Scotland

The Birth of Geology - We visit the Cairngorm Mountains,  Assynt Mountains, The Black Cuillin, Ben Nevis and the Trossachs.

South Africa

(Future tour still under development) Gold, Diamonds and Mammal-like Reptiles - We visit the World Heritage Site Table Mountain, The Cape Fold Mountains and the World Heritage Site Drakensberg Mountains

Southern BRITAIN

 Jurassic Coast, Wales & the Complete Geological Timescale- We visit the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia

South Georgia

Multiple voyages - South Georgia is a mountainous island, with Mount Paget rising to 2,935m

Svalbard

Multiple voyages - the island of Spitsbergen is mountainous with the highest peak Newtontoppen rising 1,713m above sea level.

USA

Yellowstone, Dinosaurs and Grand Canyon - We visit the Grand Teton Mountains.

Wales

Day Trips - There are several day trips in the Brecon Beacons, both Geo Day-trips, Guided Walks and Sightseeing Tours.

Table Mountain - South Africa
Grand Teton - USA
Antarctic Peninsula Mountains - Antarctica