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Troy Aupperle's Seven Summits

- Mount Elbrus: Europe, located in Casucasus Mountains in central Russia, 18,509 feet. July 13, 2005 - Mount Aconcagua: South America, located near Argentinean/Chilean border, 22,841 feet. February 6, 2006. - Mount Kilimanjaro: Africa, located in...

- Mount Elbrus: Europe, located in Casucasus Mountains in central Russia, 18,509 feet. July 13, 2005

- Mount Aconcagua: South America, located near Argentinean/Chilean border, 22,841 feet. February 6, 2006.

- Mount Kilimanjaro: Africa, located in northwest Tanzania, 19,340 feet, Sept. 15, 2006.

- Mount Vinson: Antarctica, 16,067 feet. December 18, 2006.

- Mount Kosciusko: Australia, located several hours from Sydney's Snowy Mountains, 7,310 feet, January 9, 2007.

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- Carstenz Pyramid: Oceania, located in Papua, New Guinea, 16,023 feet, January 15, 2007.

(Because the climbing community is at odds over which peak is part of the Seven Summits, Aupperle scaled both to avoid any confusion in his quest.)

- Mount Denali (also known as Mount McKinley): North America, located in Alaska's Denali National Park in the Alaska Range, 20,320 feet, June 20, 2007.

- Mount Everest: Asia, located on the border between Nepal, Tibet and China in the Himalayas, the world's highest peak, 29,029 feet. May 22, 2009.

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