My aspiration revolves around the formidable challenge of the Seven Summits, proudly carrying the banner of mental health awareness. Since embarking on this journey in 2018, I’ve had the incredible opportunity to conquer Mount Denali, Kilimanjaro, Mount Elbrus, and Mount Aconcagua solo. Since my arrival in the Canadian Rocky Mountains in 2005, I’ve seized every chance to climb numerous peaks, explore awe-inspiring locations, and accumulate the necessary experience for the realization of such a project.


For those unfamiliar, the Seven Summits encompass the tallest peaks on each of the seven continents. Scaling these summits is regarded as the pinnacle of mountaineering endeavors. The genesis of this audacious pursuit traces back to the 1980s, courtesy of the visionary American, Richard Bass. As of 2016, a modest 416 individuals had etched their names among those who had triumphantly conquered the Seven Summits. This exclusive circle, comprised of resolute climbers, included a mere 14 proud Canadians.


My fervent mission encompasses not only the physical undertaking of summiting these extraordinary peaks but also the profound message it carries. By undertaking this remarkable odyssey, I aim to cast a glaring spotlight on the imperative dialogue around mental health.


In my view, the Seven Summits serve as a poignant metaphor for the trials and triumphs that those navigating mental health challenges often experience. These towering peaks symbolize the daunting obstacles one faces, much like the formidable hurdles encountered on the path to mental well-being. And yet, just as intrepid climbers conquer the summits through perseverance, teamwork, and unwavering determination, individuals grappling with mental health concerns can overcome their struggles with the same qualities.


Through my journey up these iconic summits, I aspire to illuminate the significance of mental health awareness, sparking conversations and understanding. I firmly believe that by striving for these towering pinnacles, I can impart a message of hope, resilience, and the remarkable strength that lies within us all.

Mount Everest 8848m Nepal, Asia

Aconcagua 6962m Argentina, South America

Summit reached on January 20 2020

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Denali 6194m Alaska, North America

Summit reached on June 23rd 2018

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Kilimanjaro 5896m Tanzania, Africa

Summit reached on December 12th 2018

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Elbrus 5642m Russia, Europe 

Summit reached on August 7th 2019

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Vinson 4897m Antarctica

Carstensz 4884m Indonesia