Project 7in4-STEVE PLAIN CONQUERS SEVEN SUMMITS IN RECORD TIME

7 Summits, 4 months, 1 Dream

Through this extraordinary effort, Steve is proudly raising funds for SpinalCure and Surf Life Saving WA. Please support him by donating here.


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Three years ago Steve was lying in hospital in Perth and was told by doctors that he may have to face life in a wheelchair. Now he has broken the world seven summits record by climbing seven of highest peaks on each continent in world-record time! It took Steve just 117 days to climb all the mountains 

The challenge:


  • Vinson (4892m), Antarctica CONQUERED – 17th Jan 2018
  • Aconcagua (6962m), South America CONQUERED – 28th Jan 2018
  • Kilimanjaro (5895m), Africa CONQUERED – 14th Feb 2018
  • Carstensz Pyramid (4884m), Australasia CONQUERED – 21st Feb 2018
  • Kosciuszko (2228m), Australia  STROLLED UP (TWICE) – 3rd Feb 2018
  • Elbrus (5642m), Europe CONQUERED – 13rd Mar 2018
  • Denali (6190m), North America CONQUERED – 4th April 2018 
  • Everest (8848m), Asia CONQUERED-14th May 2018

COMPLETED!!


MEDIA

The Australian – Australian mountaineer Steve Plain becomes the fastest man to scale Seven Summits of the world 
The Sydney Morning Herald – Three years after fracturing his neck, Australian breaks seven summits record
PerthNow – Perth man Steve Plain breaks world mountaineering record
News.com.au – Fastest summit climber down from Everest
SBS News – Aussie now fastest man to scale highest peaks on seven continent

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