Vinson Massif


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Vinson Massif,

peak, 16,860 ft (5,139 m) high, W Antarctica, in the Ellsworth Mts.; highest peak in Antarctica.
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His hobby has taken him around the globe as he notched up six of the seven continents' highest mountains: Cerro Aconcagua in South America, Kilimanjaro in Africa, Elbrus in Europe, McKinley in North America, Vinson Massif in Antarctica, and Oceania's Carstensz Pyramid.
They are Kilimanjaro (Africa), Vinson Massif (Antarctica), Kosciuszko (Australia), Carstensz Pyramid (Oceania), Everest (Asia), Elbrus (Europe), Mount McKinley (North America) and Aconcagua (South America).
Jordan Romero has climbed them all except for Antarctica's Vinson Massif, How much shorter is this peak than Everest?
He has already climbed five peaks including Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, and needs to climb only Vinson Massif, the highest peak in Antarctica, to hit his target.
He climbed Africa's Mount Kilimanjaro aged just ten and now only needs to scale the Vinson Massif in Antarctica.
He had already climbed five peaks including Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, and needs to climb only Vinson Massif, the highest peak in Antarctica to hit his target.
Kosciuszko in Australia, Vinson Massif in Antarctica, and now Mt.
He recounts his adventures on Kilimanjaro, Denali, Elbrus, Vinson Massif, Everest, Carstensz Pyramid, and Kosciuszko.
Rosalind, who has attempted to climb Mount Everest three times and was the first British woman to climb AntarcticaAAEs highest mountain Au Vinson Massif Au paid tribute to her mother and hospital staff.
If the team succeeds, they will have checked off two of the seven (or eight, depending on how one defines the continents) missions from their list, leaving Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, Vinson Massif in Antarctica, Kosciuszko in Australia, Puncak Jaya in Oceania, Everest in Asia, and Mount McKinley in North America to be conquered.
The exhibition, comprising of 28 large photographs and 16 small ones, also features a screening of a film that chronicles his successful three expeditions to Mount McKinly (North America), Vinson Massif (Antarctica) and Mount Elbrus (Russia).