Seven Summits

The highest mountains of the seven continents are referred to as the Seven Summits. Depending on the interpretation of the borders of Europe and Australia to the Asian continent, different mountains meet this definition: 1. Mount Everest 2. Aconcagua 3. Denali 4. Kibo 5. Elbrus or Mont Blanc 6. Mount Vinson 7. Carstensz Pyramid or Mount Kosciuszko
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Summit · China

Mount Everest

China
At an altitude of 8,848 meters above sea level, Mount Everest is the highest peak on Earth, making ...
from Andreas Reimund,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Argentina

Cerro Aconcagua

Argentina
The Cerro Aconcagua is situated in the South American Andes, more precisely in the province of ...
from Svenja Rödig,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Alaska

Mount McKinley

Alaska
The summit Mount McKinley in Alaska rises up to 6194 m, which makes it the highest mountain in North ...
from Svenja Rödig,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Tanzania

Kilimandscharo

Tanzania
The Kilimanjaro massif is located in the northeastern United Republic of Tanzania. With a height of ...
from Nadine Greiter,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Russia

Elbrus

Russia
The Elbrus is Europe's highest mountain and therefore one of the Seven Summits.
from Lena Wiesler,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Mont Blanc and La Thuile

Mont Blanc

Mont Blanc and La Thuile
At 4,810 m, the Mont Blanc (Monte Bianco) on the Franco-Italian border is the highest mountain in ...
from Svenja Rödig,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Antarctic

Mount Vinson

Antarctic
At 4897m, Mount Vinson is not the highest of the Seven Summits, but by far the hardest to reach. As ...
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Summit · Indonesia

Puncak Jaya

Indonesia
The 4884 m high Puncak Jaya is situated in West Papua, the western part of the island of New Guinea ...
from Svenja Rödig,   Outdooractive Editors
Summit · Australia

Mount Kosciuszko

Australia
Mount Kosciuszko is the highest mountain in the Australian mainland at 2228 m. It is located on the ...
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