The 7 mountains!

The highest mountain of each continent
To climb the 7 Summits

The ultimate challange

The 7 Summits are the highest peaks on each of the 7 continents. A powerful goal. Climbing all these mountains is a top achievement that many mountaineers dream of. It is a phenomenal achievement that requires extreme fitness, dedication, determination, resilience and courage. If you complete this mission you belong to the ‘Seven Summiters’ club, an exclusive group with very few people in it. But what if you go one step further and complete this achievement, which normally takes years to do, in 1 year. Then you need to have a perfect planning in addition to fitness and dedication. There is almost no time to recover after a mountain and the next mountain can be even heavier. The ultimate challenge for us, a hell for many!

3 December 2019

Mount Vinson (4897m)

Mount Vinson is the most remote mountain of all 7. The mountain is on the coldest continent on earth. Mount Vinson is located in the Elsworth Mountains and rises above the other mountains. The cold and the wind in this special place are certainly no less than those on the highest mountains of this earth.

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23 December 2019

Aconcagua (6962m)

Aconcagua is located in beautiful Argentina, close to the wine region of Mendoza. The Aconcagua is a giant of almost 7000m high and is the highest mountain in the southern hemisphere. So after the Mount Everest, the highest mountain on the list and that is the biggest challenge, the altitude!

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1 June 2021

Mount Everest (8848m)

Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. There are many stories about the Everest full of drama, madness and heroes. A big challenge that attracts many people to this mountain and that makes it dangerous. It is a dream to climb this mother of all mountains.

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16 June 2021

Denali (6194m)

Denali (also called Mount McKinley) lies in the middle of the white world of Alaska and is the highest mountain in North America. Because of the northern location the mountain feels much higher than the 6194m that it is. Because of the remote location you are completely on your own and you move the stuff with a sledge behind you. This makes it one of the toughest tours!

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16 December 2021

Elbrus (5642m)

Elbrus is the highest mountain in Europe despite the fact that many people think that this is the Mont Blanc. This volcanic mountain with its 5642m is the highest mountain in the Caucasus. For many people the first challenge if they want to see how it is to climb outside the Alps. Make no mistake, the Elbrus is a real expedition where the last day to the summit is long and covers a lot of altitude.

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5 April 2023

Mount Kosciuszko (2228m)

Mount Kosciuszko is by far the easiest mountain of the 7 summits. But that doesn’t make the journey there any less impressive. At first the mountain next to it was called Mount Kosciuszko, but when the Australians discovered that the adjacent peak was higher, they changed the names.

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16 November 2021

Kilimanjaro (5895m)

Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. On the border between Tanzania and Kenya lies the mountain which is also called ‘Kili’. The imposing mountain rises 5 kilometers above the surrounding savannah plains and is the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Many people climb this beautiful mountain via the normal routes. That’s why we are looking for a challenging rock climbing route!

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