Romi Garduce successfully completes his Seven Summits Quest
Posted On January 7, 2012
After conquering 6 of the highest mountains in the world, Filipino mountain climber Romi Garduce officially set foot atop the highest mountain in the Antarctic Region, Mt. Vinson Massif last Jan. 5 at 6:45pm, Antarctica time (January 6, 5:45am, Philippine time)- officially completing his historic “Seven Summit” quest after long 10 years.
According to news, Romi’s team has successfully reached the summit of 16,067-foot alpine mountain lying in the Sentinel Range of the Ellsworth Mountains on a cold -26 degree Celsius weather.
Here’s the list of mountains conquered by Romi Garduce
Mt.Kilimanjaro in Africa (September 2002);
Mt. Aconcagua in Argentina (January 2005)
Mt. Everest in Nepal (May 2006)
Mt. Elbrus in Russia (August 2007)
Mt. McKinley or Denali Peak in North America (June 2008)
Mt. Kosciuszko in Australia (December 2008)
Mt. Carstensz Pyramid in Indonesia (July 2011)
Mt. Vinson Massif in Antarctica (January 2012)
Watch out Romi Garduce on Pito Para sa Pilipino: the Seven Summits Expedition airs on GMA and GMA News TV