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Mount Vinson

Mount Vinson is the highest mountain in the vast continent of Antarctica. It is the coldest of the Seven Summits and has a polar climate with low snowfall but high winds and severely low temperatures. The wind coupled with cold air temperatures results in brutally low wind-chill temperatures, forming the greatest threat to climbers. Just like with a number of other peaks in our seven-summit selection, the mountain is not a difficult peak to climb, being more a snow trudge than a technical climb, but the combination of its remoteness, high winds, and extremely low temperatures make Vinson a tough climb. However, that isn’t enough to stop a true adventurer! The toughness is nothing compared to the memorable experience and the chance to capture a once in a lifetime image. The sheer isolation of the mountain and the extraordinary views from its summit is what separates Vinson from the other Seven Summits. As you approach the top, you can’t help but intimate yourself with thousands of square miles of ice caps and glaciers that fade into a distinctly curved horizon. The pristine place will leave any climber feeling surreal and amazed.

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Trip Facts

Duration
16 Days
Altitude
4892M
Country
Antarctica
Grade
Challenging
Season
Winter

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