Volcanic Seven Summits, Bottom Up!

It’s time to grow and think big.

We are proud to announce the first long term Bottom Up Climb project:

The Volcanic Seven Summits.

The idea is to climb the highest volcanic summit of each continent from the lowest point of the country  where the summit is found.

Some are relatively easy, some look kind of hard. Anyway, we are not in a hurry, the real goal is the journey.

Below you find our list, and, for some of them, a tentative date of ascent.

Africa

Kilimanjaro, 5895 m, Summer 2015

Australia (or Oceania)

Mount Giluwe, 4367 m.

Europe

Elbrus, 5642 m

Asia

Damavand, 5671 m, Summer 2014

South America

Ojos del Salado, 6893 m

North America

Pico de Orizaba, 5636 m

Antarctica

Mount Sidley, 4285 m

The map of the Volcanic Seven Summits is provided by Freeworldmaps.net.

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