- South America
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The "Volcanic Seven summits"
Similar to the seven summits but with volcanos. The advantage of the volcanic seven summits are a lower cost of entry. A number of them crossover with the seven summits and second seven summits such as Ojos del Salado, Kilimanjaro and Elbrus. Another advantage is at the time of writing unlike with the seven summits nobody has climbed all the mountains in the list below.
|Volcanic Seven Summits (sorted by elevation)|
|Ojos del Salado||6,893 m (22,615 ft)||3,688 m (12,100 ft)||South America||Andes||Chile/Argentina|
|Kilimanjaro||5,895 m (19,341 ft)||5,882 m (19,298 ft)||Africa||Kilimanjaro||Tanzania|
|Elbrus||5,642 m (18,510 ft)||4,741 m (15,554 ft)||Europe||Caucasus||Russia|
|Pico de Orizaba||5,636 m (18,491 ft)||4,922 m (16,148 ft)||North America||Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt||Mexico|
|Damavand||5,621 m (18,442 ft)||4,667 m (15,312 ft)||Asia||Alborz||Iran|
|Mount Giluwe||4,368 m (14,331 ft)||2,488 m (8,163 ft)||Australasia||Southern Highlands||Papua New Guinea|
|Mount Sidley||4,285 m (14,058 ft)||2,517 m (8,258 ft)||Antarctica||Executive Committee Range||-|
The "Volcanic Second Seven Summits"
|Volcanic Seven Second Summits (sorted by elevation)|
|Monte Pissis||6,793 m (22,287 ft)||2,138 m (7,014 ft)||South America||Andes||Argentina|
|Popocatepetl||5,426 m (17,802 ft)||3,020 m (9,908 ft)||North America||Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt||Mexico|
|Mount Kenya||5,199 m (17,057 ft)||3,825 m (12,549 ft)||Africa||Mount Kenya||Kenya|
|Mount Ararat||5,137 m (16,854 ft)||3,611 m (11,847 ft)||Asia||Mount Ararat||Turkey|
|Kazbek||5,033 m (16,512 ft)||2,353 m (7,720 ft)||Europe||Caucasus||Georgia|
|Mauna Kea||4,205 m (13,796 ft)||4,205 m (13,796 ft)||Oceania||Hawaii Island||United States|
|Mount Erebus||3,794 m (12,448 ft)||3,794 m (12,448 ft)||Antarctica||Ross Island|
|Mount Hagen||3,778 m (12,395 ft)||>900 m (3,000 ft)||Australasia||Hagen Range||Papua New Guinea|