7 Summits: Vinson Massif-Tallest Mountain in Antarctica By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2018


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The “Seven Summits on Seven Continents” would not be complete without a contender from the continent of Antarctica. The highest mountain in Antarctica is called Vinson Massif. This peak rests tall and proud at 16,067 ft. above sea level. Though the journey to summiting Vinson Massif is not too difficult from a technical standpoint, the bitter cold nature of the climb and the extremely remote location of the mountain are what makes this peak a real challenge. Anderson Design Group handcrafted a vintage travel poster of the peak and a few brave mountaineers on approach. You can order this handcrafted illustration as a framed print, canvas banner, metal sign, framed postcard, or as a set of notecards or postcards. To learn more about Vinson Massif and what it takes to summit this peak, check out the American Alpine Institute.

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