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The Volcanic Seven Summits are the highest volcanoes on each of the seven continents, just as the Seven Summits are the highest peaks on each of the seven continents. Summiting all seven is regarded as a mountaineering challenge, first postulated as such in 1999.

                          THE LIST

  • Kilimanjaro 30th December 2015 ✔

  • Elbrus 18th July 2017 ✔

  • Giluwe 21th January 2018 ✔

  • Pico Di Orizaba 6th January 2019 ✔

  • Damavand 11th August 2019 ✔

  • Ojos Del Salado 15th January 2020 ✔

  • Sidley 22nd December 2021 ✔

Image by Hendrik Kespohl
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The Seven Second Summits are the second-highest mountains of each of the seven continents. All of these mountain peaks are separate peaks rather than a sub-peak of the continents' high point. The Seven Second Summits are considered by many mountaineers and geographers as a much harder challenge than the traditional Seven Summits.

                          THE LIST

  • ​Ojos del Salado 15th January 2020 ✔

  • Mount Kenya 15th December 2020 ✔

  • Mount Logan

  • Sumantri

  • Dykh-Tau

  • K2

  • Tyree

The seven second summits
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• Completed the volcanic seven summits challenge becoming the 24th in world and the youngest male to achieve this feat

• Reached the highest point in every country of the GCC in 6 days and attempted a Guinness World Record to Climb the Arabian peninsula high points


Africa’s highest Mountain/Volcano




Europe highest Mountain/Volcano



highest volcano in Oceania 

Mount Hagen ( Attempt )


Oceania second highest volcano 


Pico Di Orizaba


Highest volcano in North America 


Aconcagua ( Attempt )


South America highest mountain

Mount Baker


North cascades highest mountain.

Mount Kenya


Africa second Highest Mountain


Aiguille du Moine ( Attempt )




Asia highest volcanic summit




paddled the world highest lake in the world outside the Andes/Himalaya  


Mount Nyiragongo 


one of the world most active volcanoes  


Ojos Del Salado


South America highest volcano 

Mount Sidley

Antarctica highest Volcano

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