Plans to summit Mount siple, antarctica

Current plans to summit Mount Siple in 2020


Mount Siple is one of the world's most remote volcanoes, located on Siple Island, off the coast of Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica. It is a shield volcano (volcano with a fairly flat profile made up mostly of layers of lava) 3110 m in height, and thought to be quite young (less than 10 000 years), though its geology has not been well studied due to its remote location. Its topography has only ever been recorded by sketch map as no one has climbed to the summit. In January 2020, Steve Siegfried will start his expedition to be the first ever to summit the volcano.

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