Carstensz Pyramid


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Car·stensz Pyramid

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This feat was followed by climbing a top Carstensz Pyramid peak in the West Papuan province of Indonesia, the highest in the Australia and Oceania region.
The team will make an attempt to climb Puncak Jaya or Carstensz Pyramid (4884 m), one of the highest mountain in ASEAN and plant the three flags there.
For good measure, he "threw in" Indonesia's Carstensz Pyramid, which at 16,023' is the tallest peak in Oceania.
The 23- year- old twins from Dehradun have successfully reached the top of Mt Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mt Everest (Asia), Mt Elbrus (Europe), Mt Aconcagua (South America), Mt Carstensz Pyramid (Oceania), Mt McKinley (North America) and finally Mt Vinson Massif (Antarctica).
Apart from the Mount Everest, situated in Asia, they have scaled Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, Mount Elbrus in Europe, Mount Aconcagua in South America and Mount Carstensz Pyramid in Australia, the spokesman said.
She's planning a trip to Indonesia to climb the 16,024-foot Carstensz Pyramid.
In 2008 he conquered Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and Elbrus in Russia, and in April 2009 climbed Indonesia's Carstensz Pyramid - the tallest mountain in Australasia.
You don't conquer mountains, you just try and climb them if they let you," UAE based adventurer Suzanne Al Houby told XPRESS after climbing Carstensz Pyramid (Puncak Jaya) - the highest mountain in Oceania, peaking at 4,884 metres.
To date, only 334 people have climbed the Seven Summits with about 30 per cent having climbed both Mount Kosciuszko and Carstensz Pyramid.
The Seven Summits comprises Cerro Aconcagua (South America), Denali (North America), Vinson Massif (Antarctica), Elbrus (Europe), Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mount Everest (Asia) and either Carstensz Pyramid or Mount Kosciuszko (Australia).
Since then, he has also reached the summits of Cerro Aconcagua (South America), Vinson Massif (Antarctica), Elbrus (Europe), Mount Everest (Asia), Carstensz Pyramid and Mount Kosciuszko (Australia).
The crew are also set to scale Oceania's Carstensz Pyramid (4,884m) Antarctica's Vinson Massif (4,892m), Europe's Elbrus (5,642m) Africa's Kilimanjaro (5,892m), North America's Mt.