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Cy Kaicener

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The 2nd highest seven summits
« on: Aug 24 2005, 06:59 »

Has anyone climbed the second highest seven summits. This would be more challenging. They would include such mountains as K2, Dychtau, Tyree, Kenya
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Re: The 2nd highest seven summits
« Reply #1 on: Aug 24 2005, 07:07 »

Two of the others are Logan, and Ojos del Salado. I dont know if the seventh is Mt Wilhelm or Nggu Pulu
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Re: The 2nd highest seven summits
« Reply #2 on: Aug 24 2005, 11:14 »

Hi Cy,

welcome on the board. Please see this discussion and this FAQ about the exact same question.

I still do not think anyone has climbed them all, especially as Tyree has only be climbed by a handful..

Cheers,
Harry  8)
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Re: The 2nd highest seven summits
« Reply #3 on: Aug 24 2005, 14:16 »

hmm..instead of going for the 2nd highest 7 summits, y not go for the all 14 summits about 8000m? tat wud be cool!  ;D

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Re: The 2nd highest seven summits
« Reply #4 on: Sep 5 2005, 21:27 »

Or all 23 8000m summits (includes all the subsidiary summits of the world's 14 8000m peaks. I don't think that's ever been done)

Might give that one a miss myself...

However Olypmus Mons on Mars would be some expedition - 88,582 feet. I'd like to see anyone climb THAT without supplemental O2!!!  ;D

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