6 summits done & 1 more to go
“6 OF THE 7 HIGHEST MOUNTAINS IN 7 DIFFERENT CONTINENTS HAS BEEN CONQUERED BY OUR CHAIRMAN MR. SONAM SHERPA”
The highest peak in Africa surmounts Kilimanjaro, a volcanic massif in northeastern Tanzania, near the Kenyan border.
Location: Tanzania, Africa
Summit Date: 11th Jan 2016
The highest peak of the Caucasus and the highest point in Europe is Mount Elbrus in southwestern Russia.
Location: Russia, Europe
Summit Date: 25th Aug 2016
Mt. Carstensz Pyramid
If a wider net is cast down under to include Oceania, the highest mountain is Jaya Peak (also known as Mount Carstensz), found in the Sudirman Range of the west-central highlands on the island of New Guinea.
Location: Indonesia, Australia
Summit Date: 15th Nov 2016
Denali (also called Mount McKinley), in the center of the Alaska Range in south-central Alaska, is the highest peak in North America.
Location: United States, North America
Summit Date: 7th Jul 2017
Discovered in 1935 by American explorer Lincoln Ellsworth, the Vinson Massif is the highest mountain in Antarctica.
Summit Date: 14th Dec 2017
Mount Aconcagua, on the Chilean border in west-central Argentina, is the highest point in both South America and the Western Hemisphere, but its precise elevation has been debated since the early 20th century.
Location: Argentina, South America
Summit Date: 24th Jan 2022
Mount Everest, the highest mountain in Asia and the world, stands on the crest of the Great Himalayas of southern Asia that lies on the border between Nepal and the Tibet Autonomous Region of China.
Location: Nepal, Asia
Summit Date: Plan for spring 2023