South America’s Highest Mountains (Zenith Project 2008-2013)
- Aconcagua (6,961m / 22,838ft) | Andes, Argentina (Summit 14.12.2008)
- Ojos del Salado (6,893m / 22,615ft) | Andes, Argentina & Chile (Summit 27.3.2012)
- Monte Pissis (6,793m / 22,287ft) | Andes, Argentina (Summit 19.3.2012)
- Huascarán Sur (6,768m / 22,205ft) | Cordillera Blanca, Peru (Summit 17.7.2013)
- Cerro Bonete (6,759m / 22,175ft) | Andes, Argentina (Summit 15.4.2012)
- Tres Cruces Sur (6,748m / 22,139ft) | Andes, Argentina (Summit 1.4.2012)
Cordillera Blanca 2013
- Alpamayo (5,947m / 19,511ft) | Cordillera Blanca, Peru (Summit 22.7.2013)
- Artesonraju (6,025m / 19,767ft) | Cordillera Blanca, Peru (Summit 9.7.2013)
With unimaginable contrast and scale, dry desert floors meeting glaciers and snow-capped peaks, the mountains of South America are other-wordly. Spanning an epic 7,000km, the Andes are the longest continental mountain range in the world.
At age 21 Liam’s dream to climb the highest summits in each continent began in the mesmerising altitude of the continent’s tallest mountain, Aconcagua. In a challenge that evolved to climbing South America’s 6 highest mountains, Liam’s return to the Andes in 2012 and 2013 completed the dream.