First person to climb the Triple Seven Summits
Who
Christian Stangl
What
first
Where
Georgia (,,Caucasus)
When

The first person to successfully climb the "Triple Seven Summits" – the first, second, and third-highest mountains on all seven continents was Christian Stangl (Austria) who completed the last summit, Shkhara, 5,193 m (17,040 ft) on the Georgia-Russia border, on 23 August 2013. First Seven summits: South America - Aconcagua (6,962 m) 30 March 1990 Africa - Kibo, or Uhuru Peak, Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m) 13 October 2004 Australasia - Puncak Jaya (aka Ngga Pulu aka Jayakusuma) (4,884 m) 8 April 2007 Europe - Elbrus (5,642 m) 27 April 2006 Asia - Everest (8,848 m) 25 May 2006 North America - Denali (6,194 m) 26 May 2007 Antarctica – Vinson Massif (4,892 m) 7 December 2007

Second Seven summits: South America - Ojos Del Salado (6,893 m) – 10 June 1996 Europe - Batian (5,199 m) 6 February 2009 Africa - Dykhtau (5,205 m) 6 September 2009 North America - Logan (5,959 m) 22 May 2010 Antarctica - Tyree (4,852 m) 3 January 2012 Asia - K2 (8,611 m) 31 July 2012 Australasia - Sumantri (4,870 m) 15 January 2013

Third Seven summits: Antarctica - Shinn (4,660 m) 25 November 2008 South America - Pissis (6,795 m) 21 December 2008 Africa - Mawenzi (5,148 m) 12 February 2009 North America - Orizaba (5,636 m) 16 December 2010 Asia - Kangchenjunga (8,586 m) 20 May 2011 Australasia - Puncak Mandala (4,758 m) 28 February 2012 Europe - Shkhara (5,193 m) 23 August 2013