9 Year Old Tyler Armstrong Claims to Be Youngest to Summit Aconcagua

Nine-year-old Tyler Armstrong claims to be the youngest to summit Aconcagua.


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15-Year-Old Jordon Romero Youngest to Complete 7 Summits With Summit on Vinson Massif

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15-year-old Jordan Romero completed Vinson Massif on Christmas Eve 2011 making him the youngest person to complete all 7 summits.
*Jordanromero.com
*Wikipedia profile


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Seven Year Old Tyler Armstrong Climbs Whitney in Day Setting Off Debate At Youngest to To Do It


Seven year old Tyler Armstrong climbed Whitney in 7 hours, 50 minutes. This has set off discussions about the youngest to day trip Whitney with some claiming kids as young as five have done it.


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12-Year-Old Matt Moniz Completes in 43 days, 3 hours, 51 minutes and 9 seconds

12-year-old Matt Moniz has completed on Mauna Kea hiking 50 summits in 43 days, 3 hours, 51 minutes and 9 seconds.

He set out to do 50 summits in 50 days or less. He is doing this before entering the seventh grade in his home of Boulder, Colorado this fall. He only has Mauna Kea left.

*Denver Channel 7 interview
*Twitter account
*Climb7.com
*Outside Magazine interview

Here’s an interview when he did the Colorado 14ers at age 11.

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Boy Who Climbed McKinley at 11 Seeking to Climb Everest at 13

Jordan Romero of Los Angeles is seeking to be the youngest to climb Everest. He was climbed Kilimanjaro at 10 and Aconcagua and McKinley at 11. His father and step-mother will accompany him. He has climbed six of the seven summits. Temba Tsheri, 16, of Nepal currently holds the Everest youngest record.
California Teen Eyes To Become Youngest Everest Climber Allheadline news – April 6, 2010.
Boy, 13, has high hopes to break record Sydney Morning Herald, April 13, 2010.

Update April 27
Jordan’s father reported that he is 20,000 foot on the mountain now. In response to criticism about whether his lungs could handle he was quoted on Good Morning America:

“I’ve researched every bit of published information that’s ever been done on children and altitude, and there’s nothing negative about children and altitude,” Romero said. “Those are just naysayers. Those are people who think a 13-year-old shouldn’t be in the mountains.”

Jordan’s team is following the Northeast Ridge, considered the more difficult of the two most frequently used routes to the summit, on which climbers begin their ascent in Tibet.

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