Climbing Aconcagua Presentation with Tyler Armstrong

Tyler Armstrong of Orange County, California, set the World Record on December 24, 2013 at the age of 9, as the youngest person ever to climb Mt. Aconcagua (22,841 feet). Mt. Aconcagua is the highest mountain in South America, and the highest mountain in the Western and Southern Hemispheres. Tyler also has the record for the youngest person to climb Mt. Whitney (14,505 ft) in a single day (age 7), and the second youngest to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro (19,341 ft) (age 8). In addition to these more notable climbs, Tyler has successfully climbed numerous 10,000+ foot mountains. Tyler takes mountain climbing so seriously that he works out 2 times a day and has a personal trainer. He has taken mountaineering classes and is proficient in ropes, ice axes, and cramp-ons. In short, despite his age, he is an experienced mountain climber. Tyler now wants to break 4 more World Records over the next few years as he completes the Seven Summits. His goal is to set the records as the youngest person to climb Mt. McKinley, Mt. Vinson, Mt. Everest, and complete all Seven Summits. Tyler climbs mountains for the love of it, but also to raise awareness for charity.

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