Climb the 7 Summits, the Highest Mountain on each of the Seven Continents, in under 4 Months.
On May 14, 2018, Steve took the final step to the summit of Everest and in doing so completed his goal of climbing the 7 Summits, the highest mountain on each of the seven continents, in under 4 months. In addition to achieving his personal goal, he also set a new 7 Summits world sped record.
In 117 days Steve climbed Vinson in Antarctica; Aconcagua in Argentina; Kilimanjaro in Tanzania; Carstensz Pyramid in West Papua; Kosciuszko in Australia; Elbrus in Russia; Denali in America and Everest in Nepal.
Project 7in4 was much more than just a test of physical endurance and stamina. Meticulous preparation and planning, mental resilience, critical decision making, risk management and team work in extreme environments were all critical to the overall project success.
Steve plotted and recorded his entire journey with GPS tracker to the highest point on every continent. Click link below to follow Steve’s footsteps and see photos and videos along the climbing routes.
7 Summits World Speed Record!
Steve completed the 7 Summits in the following order:
4a. Carstensz Pyramid
Project 7in4 would not have been the success it was without all those who supported. Steve would like to particularly thank the following people:
Media Manager & Sister Extraordinaire
Partner in Climb
Gary and Lara Matier
The Surf Life Savers
Mum and Dad
The Life Supporters
Social Media Guru
Everest Base Camp Trekking Team
Each on their own journey reaching new heights
Turramurra and Cooma Rotary Clubs
Organisers of the Kosciuszko Summits Wheelchair Challenge