Summits + Notable Attempts

Mt. Rainier – Summit Reached 5/14 – Altitude 14,411 – Washington State, USA

Aconcagua (2 attempts) – Summit Attempt 1/16 + Summit Reached 1/17 – Altitude 22,841 – Highest mountain on South American Continent and a Seven Summit. Highest mountain in Argentina and in the Western Hemisphere.

Pico de Orizaba – Summit Reached 4/16 – Altitude 18,491- Highest volcano in North America and a Volcanic Seven Summit. Highest mountain in Mexico.

Denali – Summit Reached 6/16 – Altitude 20,310 – Highest mountain on North American Continent and a Seven Summit. Highest mountain in USA.

Cerro San Francisco – Summit Reached 2/17 – Altitude 19,700 – Atacama Plateau in North Chile

Cerro Dona Ines – Summit Reached 2/17 – Altitude 16,650 – Atacama Plateau in North Chile

Cerro Mulas Muertas – Summit Reached 2/17 – Altitude 19,383 – Atacama Plateau in North Chile

Ojos Del Salado – Summit Reached 2/17 – Altitude 22,615 – Highest volcano in the world. Highest mountain in Chile. Second highest mountain on South American Continent and a Second Seven Summit. Highest volcano in South America and a Volcanic Seven Summit.

Hvannadalshnukur – Summit Reached 6/17 – Altitude 6,923 – Highest mountain in Iceland.

Elbrus – Summit Reached 6/17 – Altitude 18,510 – Highest mountain on European Continent and a Seven Summit. Highest volcano in Europe and a Volcanic Seven Summit. Highest mountain in Russia.

Kilimanjaro – Summit Reached 7/17 – Altitude 19,341 – Highest mountain on African Continent and a Seven Summit. Highest volcano in Africa and a Volcanic Seven Summit. Highest free-standing mountain in the world. Highest mountain in Tanzania.

Mt Bierstadt – Summit Reached 9/17 – Altitude 14,065 – Colorado, USA

Kosciuzko – Summit Reached 3/18 – Altitude 7,310 – Highest mountain on Australia Continent and a Seven Summit. Reached the summit twice on consecutive days.

Mt Townsend – Summit Reached 3/18 – Altitude 7,247 – Second highest mountain on Australia Continent and a Second Seven Summit. 

Mt Giluwe – Summit Reached 3/18 – Altitude 14,327 – Highest volcano on Australian and Oceania continents and a Volcanic Seven Summit. Second highest mountain in Papua New Guinea.

Carstensz Pyramid – Summit Reached 3/18 – Altitude 16,023 – Highest mountain on Oceania Continent and a Seven Summit. Highest mountain in Indonesia and highest island mountain on Earth.

Grand Paradiso – Summit Reached 6/18 – Altitude 13,323 – Highest mountain in Italy

Mont Blanc – Summit Reached 6/18 – Altitude 15,782 – Highest mountain in the Alps and Western Europe. Highest mountain in France. 

Ben Nevis – Summit Reached 6/18 – Altitude 4,413 – Highest mountain Scotland

Mt Snowdon – Summit Reached 10/18 – Altitude 3,560 – Highest mountain in Wales

Cerro Pasochoa – Summit Reached 2/19 – Altitude 13,776 – Located in Ecuador

Cumbre Rucu Pichincha – Summit Reached 2/19 – Altitude 15,728 – Located in Ecuador

Cayambe – Summit Reached 2/19 – Altitude 18,966 – The third highest mountain in Ecuador. It is the only major mountain in the world whose summit is crossed by the equator and the only snow-capped mountain directly on the equator. It is also the coldest place on the equator.

Cotopaxi – Summit Reached 2/19 – Altitude 19,347 – One of the world’s highest active volcanoes and second highest mountain in Ecuador.

Chimborazo – Summit Reached 2/19 – Altitude 20,564 – Summit is the farthest point of the earth’s surface from the center of the earth. Highest mountain in Ecuador. 

Chhukung Ri – Summit Reached 4/19 – Altitude 18,029 – Located in Nepal

Everest – Summit Attempt 4-5/19 – Altitude Reached 23,635 – Camp 3 Reached, then contracted bacterial pneumonia requiring helicopter evacuation from 21,000 feet

Mt Sinai – Summit Reached 11/19 – Altitude 7,497 – Located in Egypt

Ski the Last Degree to the South Pole – Pole Reached 12/19 – Most southerly point on Earth.

Vinson Massif – Summit Reached 1/20 – Altitude 16,050 – Highest mountain on Antarctica Continent and a Seven Summit. My 6th of the Seven Summits.

Mt Sidley – Summit Reached 1/20 – Altitude 14,058 – One of the most remote mountains on Earth. Highest volcano on Antarctica continent and a Volcanic Seven Summit. 54th person to ever summit. Set a new variation on an existing route.

Upcoming

Mt Everest – Attempting 5/20 [POSTPONED TO 5/21 DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC] – Highest mountain in the world. Seventh Summit for Asia. Will complete my Seventh of the Seven Summits.

Lhotse – Attempting 5/20 [POSTPONED TO 5/21 DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC] – Fourth Highest Mountain in the World

Ski the Last Degree to the N Pole – Attempting 4/22 – Most Northerly Location on Earth. Would Complete the Explorers Grand Slam by climbing all Seven Summits and Reaching Both Poles. Around 60 people have done this in history.