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Sidley (4181m)

   

Mount Sidley (4181 m) – the highest point of the  Mary Bird Land, in very rarely visited area. It is officially recognized as the highest volcano of Antarctica, one of the “Seven volcanos of the World”.  Mt.Sidley - a large mountain, with a huge caldera, which forms a wall height of 1200 meters, the opposite slopes of the mountains are flat and could easily be reached on skis. A layer of ice in the area reaches is a three-kilometer thick. There is no actual volcanic activity in the region, according to scientists last eruption occurred about 4.7 million years ago

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19.01.2020 - Summit! Oleg Mezentsev, a member of the second Antarctic group of the 7 Summits Club, climbed to the top of Mount Sidley and completed the Seven Volcanoes program

18.01.2020 - Oleg Mezentsev, a member of the second Antarctic group of the 7 Summits Club, goes on an assault on Mount Sidley to complete the program of Seven Volcanoes

21.02.2019 - Video report by Vladislav Lachkarev:  three achievements during one expedition to Antarctica

20.01.2019 - We are proud of our climber Vlad Lachkarev and congratulate him! He made it:  7+7+2!

01.01.2014 - Happy New Year from Antarctica

28.12.2013 - Three more Russians climbed the tallest volcano of Antarctica

25.03.2013 - We added new photos from expedition on the mountain Sidley

19.03.2013 - Vladimir Shataev on the 7 Summits Club meeting

30.01.2013 - Kaspersky Team 7 Volcanoes: SIDLEY CONQUERED!

22.01.2013 - Program 7 volcanoes. Vyacheslav Adrov - a new recordsman ofRussia!

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