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Author Topic: Highest peak of Arctic  (Read 39257 times)

trunl

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Re: Highest peak of Arctic
« Reply #20 on: Sep 27 2004, 08:57 »

the caucasus mtns have always been part of europe as said earlier, just not as far in europe as before.

or am i wrong????


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jedi-knight

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Re: Highest peak of Arctic
« Reply #21 on: May 5 2005, 22:14 »

Actually there are around 14 major tectonic plates - we could create another list but what would be the point? I think the origininal seven summits right or wrong would always outshine it simply because of the way it showed how ordinary people could climb ANYWHERE if they really wanted to. That's the real significance of the seven summits

Since so many people have been getting on the 7 summits list, why not add the 2 poles to it?
Now, thats what I call an Adventure Grand Slam!!  :)

New challenge......
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MikeW

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Re: Highest peak of Arctic
« Reply #22 on: May 10 2005, 01:09 »

That's what the Korean did last week or so to become the first to finish the Grand Slam, pretty impressive! :o

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