Ranulph Fiennes to clamber four mountains for Marie Curie charity – BBC News
Sir Ranulph Fiennes is to attempt to ascent four mountains to accomplish a quest to clamber the highest mountain on every continent.
If he supersedes, the adventurer will become the first person to climb the highest mountains on all continents, as well as cross both polar ice caps.
He has already reached the North and South Poles and clambered the most important one mountains on three continents so far.
Sir Ranulph is looking to raise a total of 20m for donation in his lifetime.
He has already created 18 m in so far, of which 8.3 m “ve been here for” Marie Curie.
The 72 -year-old said he seemed “compelled to keep mounting myself these challenges to raise money for Marie Curie”.
The Marie Curie charity charges for people with any terminal disease and likewise facilitates their families.
Between August 2016 and May 2017 Sir Ranulph are endeavouring to climbing Mount Carstensz in New Guinea, Australasia, Mount Vinson in Antarctica, Aconcagua in Argentina, South America, and finally Denali, Alaska, which is the highest crest in North America.