Ice-X Seven Summits Project

Climbing expeditions by Ice-X to the Seven Summits

Ice-X has organised expeditions to 4 of the Seven Summits: Elbrus 2000, Aconcagua 2002, Kilimanjaro 2002 and Everest 2004.

Everest 2004

Everest 2004
Mount Everest (8,850m), Himalaya, Nepal / Tibet Seven Summits, Asia Mount Everest (8.848m), left of the summit our route via the NE-ridge Boris joins the...

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Kilimanjaro 2002

Kilimanjaro 2002
Kilimanjaro (5,895m), Tanzania Seven Summits, Africa 29 November 2002 Boris reached the summit of Kilimanjaro (5,895m), his 3rd Seven Summit. Kilimanjaro 2002, a succesfull expedition...

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Aconcagua 2002

Aconcagua 2002
Aconcagua (6,962m), Andes, Argentina Seven Summits, South America Friday March 29, 2002 Boris reached the summit of Aconcagua, solo & unsupported. Intangible, unforgettable, mystical, that's...

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Elbrus 2000

Elbrus 2000
Elbrus (5,642m), Caucasus, Russia Seven Summits, Europe July 2000 Peter-Arjen, Boris and Ramon left for Elbrus, Russia. The Dutch Elbrus Expedition started more chaotic then planned,...

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Denali

Denali
Denali (6.194m), Alaska, USA Seven Summits, North America Denali (or Mount McKinley) is the highest peak in North America. It is a huge snowy mass,...

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Kosciuszko

Kosciuszko
Kosciuszko (2.228m), Australia Seven Summits, Australia Mount Kosciuszko is located in New-South-Wales and - with an altitude of 2.228 meter - it is the highest...

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Puncak Jaya

Puncak Jaya
Puncak Jaya (5,030m), Papua Seven Summits, Oceania Puncak Jaya is the highest mountain in the Pacific area and is usually considered to be the highest...

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Vinson

Vinson
Vinson (4.897m), Antarctica Seven Summits, Antarctica Mount Vinson, with 4.897 meter, is the highest mountain of Antarctica. Technically this is not a very difficult mountain....

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