Seven Summits
Three Poles
Seven Months.

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A World First Achieved.

A pioneering 7 month race to climb the highest mountain on each of the world's continents and venture to The South and Geographical North Poles. Richard completed his world first on Tuesday 12th July 2011.

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Richard's current location

  • The South Pole

    Antartica: 90° S

  • Mount Vinson

    Antarctica: 4,892m / 16,067ft

  • Aconcagua

    South America (Argentina): 6,959m / 22,830ft

  • Kilimanjaro

    Africa: 5,895m / 19,340ft

  • Carstensz Pyramid

    Indonesia: 4,884m / 16,023ft

  • The North Pole

    Arctic Circle: 90° N

  • Everest

    Asia: 8,850m / 29,036ft

  • Denali

    North America: 6,194m / 20,320ft

  • Elbrus

    Europe: 5,642m / 18,510ft

Latest Update from Richard // 22nd August 2012

Hey guys, I have been a bit quiet since Denali as I have not been feeling too good. As well as taking time to recover from the expedition, the last 2 years have… » Read more

Video Highlights

View All Challenge Highlights Interview from the Summit of Elbrus Documentary Sneak Peak Denali Interview from the Summit of Denali


Challenge completed in

06
 
Months
11
 
Days
07
 
Hours
53
 
Minutes
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