List - 1996 to 2013

NORTH AMERICA
Denali (20,320ft / 6,194m) Alaska, US (highest mountain in No America), West Buttress Route – Summit 2005
Rainier (14,410ft / 4,392m) Washington, US, RMI – Summit 2004
Shasta (14,162ft / 4,317m) California, US, Hotlum Glacier Route – Summit 2003
Whitney (14,494ft / 4,418m) California, US, Whitney Trail Backpacker - Summit 1996

SOUTH AMERICA
Aconcagua (22,841ft / 6,962m) Argentina (highest mountain in So America) Descent from 21,000 feet due to storm - 2003. Summit 2006
Nevado Juncal (20,050 ft / 6,110m) Chile, Descent due to sickness after reaching camp 2 - 2008
lllimani (21,201ft / 6,460m) Bolivia - Summit 2004
Huayna Potosí (19,996ft / 6,094m) Bolivia - Summit 2004
Pequeño Alpamayo (17,618ft / 5,370m) Bolivia - Summit 2004
Tocllaraju (19,790ft / 6,032m) Peru - Summit 2002
Ishinca (18,143ft / 5,530m) Peru - Summit 2002
Urus (17,880ft / 5,450m) Peru - Summit 2002
Cotopaxi (19,388ft / 5,911m) Ecuador - Summit 2001
Illiniza Norte (16,818ft / 5,126m) Ecuador - Summit 2001

EUROPE
Elbrus (18,510ft / 5,642m) Russia (highest mountain in Europe) - Summit 2005
Dufourspitze (15,203ft / 4,634m) Switzerland (highest mountain in Switzerland) - Summit 2005
Mont Blanc (15,771ft / 4,807m) France - Descent due to poor weather 2003
The Dolomites Italy (rock and via ferrata climbing) – Various 2003

AFRICA
Kilimanjaro (19,335ft / 5,895m) Tanzania (highest mountain in Africa), Marangu Route - Summit 2000

ASIA
Everest Nepal (29,035ft / 8,848m) Highest mountain in the world - Summit 2009
Lobuche East (20,075ft / 6,119m), Nepal - Summit 2009
Everest Tibet Climbed to the Second Step (28,230ft / 8,600m) before turning around - 2007

ANTARCTICA
Vinson (16,067ft / 4,897m) Antarctica (highest mountain in Antarctica) – Summit 2010

OCEANA
Carstensz Pyramid (16,023f / 4,884m) Indonesia (highest mountain in Oceana) – Summit 2011

AUSTRALIA
Kosciuszko (7,310ft / 2,228m) Australia (highest mountain in Australia) – Summit 2013