About David Hempleman-Adams

About David Hempleman-Adams: Cold Climate Expeditions
  • 1980: Mount McKinley, Alaska, USA - highest peak in North America
  • 1981: Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania - highest peak in Africa
  • 1983: Solo Geographic North Pole- failed
  • 1984: Magnetic North Pole
  • 1992: Geomagnetic North Pole
  • 1993: Mount Everest
  • 1994: Mount Elbrus, Russia - highest peak in Europe
  • 1994: Mount Vinson - highest peak in Antarctica
  • 1995: Mount Aconcagua, Argentina - highest peak in South America
  • 1995: Carstensz Pyramid, Irian Java - highest peak in Australasia
  • 1996: Geographic South Pole
  • 1996: Magnetic South Pole
  • 1997: Geographic North Pole - failed
  • 1998: Geographic North Pole- First person to complete the Explorers' Grand Slam
  • 1998: First person to balloon over the Andes
  • 2000: First person to fly solo in a balloon to the North Pole
  • 2003: First person to walk solo to the Geomagnetic North Pole
  • 2003: First person to balloon across the Atlantic in an open wicker basket
  • 2004: Breaks airship speed record
  • 2004: (March): Breaks world altitude record in Rozier balloon
  • 2004: Flies Cessna light aircraft from Cape Columbia to Cape Horn
  • 2004: Breaks world altitude record for an airship
  • 2004: Breaks world distance record for an airship
  • 2004: (Dec): Breaks world altitude record for a Rozier balloon
  • 2007: (Jan):Breaks AX-05 world altitude record for a conventional hot-air balloon
  • 2007: (July): Flies the smallest gas balloon across the Atlantic

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