A famous and difficult challenge: the highest mountains of each of the 7 continents. peakery uses the Reinhold Messner version which includes Indonesia's Puncak Jaya, or Carstensz Pyramid, a true mountaineering expedition. First completed by Canadian mountaineer Patrick Morrow in 1986.
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29,029 ft / 8,848 m • 16 summits • Xizang, China , Nepal
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world and probably the most well known. It is part of the Himalaya range on the Nepal-Tibet border. It attracts experienced mo...
22,841 ft / 6,962 m • 24 summits • Mendoza, Argentina
Cerro Aconcagua is the highest mountain in South America, the highest mountain outside Asia, the highest mountain in both theWestern and Southern Hemispheres, and one of th...
20,320 ft / 6,194 m • 29 summits • Alaska, United States
Denali (at one point known as Mount McKinley) in Alaska is a monumentally prolific mountain and the centerpiece of Denali National Park. Not only is Denali the highest mou...
19,334 ft / 5,893 m • 127 summits • Tanzania
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and fourth highest of the Seven Summits. It lies close to the equator. Kilimanjaro is among the tallest freestanding mo...
18,510 ft / 5,642 m • 34 summits • Kabardino-Balkariya, Russia
Mount Elbrus is the highest mountain in Europe and one of the Seven Summits. It is an inactive volcano located in the western Caucasus mountain range in Russia near the bo...
16,050 ft / 4,892 m • 7 summits • Antarctica
Vinson Massif is the highest mountain in Antarctica and one of the Seven Summits. It is located about 750 miles from the South Pole. The highest point of the Massif is Moun...
16,024 ft / 4,884 m • 7 summits • Papua, Indonesia
Carstensz Pyramid, or Puncak Jaya, is the highest mountain of Oceania and one of the Seven Summits. It is the highest point between the Himalayas and the Andes, and the hig...