8 Summits

Highest Peaks of Seven Continents and Arctic


Ravil has successfully summited the highest mountains on each of the seven continents and Arctic:
  1. Arctic: Mt. Gunnbjornsfjeld, 12,119 ft - solo climb, May 2015

  2. Asia: Mt. Everest, 29,035 ft - unguided climb, May 2014

  3. Africa: Mt. Kilimanjaro, 19,340 ft - solo climb, Dec. 2007

  4. Australia: Mt. Kosciuszko, 7,130 ft - solo climb, May 2006

  5. Antarctica: Vinson Massif, 16,067 ft - unguided climb, Dec. 2005

  6. Europe: Mt. Elbrus, 18,540 ft - solo climb, Sept. 2005

  7. South America: Mt. Aconcagua, 22,841 ft - solo climb, March 2005

  8. North America: Mt. McKinley/Denali, 20,320 ft - solo climb, May 2004

Please find slide shows about each of the seven summits climb on the main page.

If you wish to see how the highest point of each continent looks like, please take a look on the summit pictures below.

Mt. Gunnbjornsfjeld (12,119 ft) the highest peak of the Arctic

Mt. Everest (29,035 ft), the highest peak of the world

Atop of Mt. Kilimanjaro (19,340 feet), the highest peak of Africa

Mt. Kosciuszko (7,130 ft), the highest peak of Australia

Vinson Massif (16,067 ft), the highest peak of Antarctica

Mt. Elbrus (18,540 ft), the highest peak of Europe

Mt. Aconcagua (22,841 ft), the highest peak of South America

Mt. Denali/McKinley (20,320 ft), the highest peak of North America

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