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Daniel Bull

Daniel Bull is a record-breaking extreme adventurer and explorer. Nicknamed 'Unstoppabull' by his sisters, Daniel has an unrelenting desire to push limits and test the boundaries of what is possible.

 

After surviving a day in the Death Zone, Daniel Bull completed an unguided ascent of Mt Everest in his 20s. He has since made numerous first ascents up unclimbed peaks in uncharted locations and has successfully tackled some of the world's most dangerous mountains. Among them, the infamous North Face of the Eiger - a vertical mile of brittle rock and ice in the Swiss Alps, nicknamed Mordwand in German, literally, 'Murder Wall'. 

 

In January 2017, embarking on a journey to Antarctica, the coldest, windiest and driest continent on the planet, Daniel attempted back-to-back climbs of both the highest mountain and the highest volcano on the frozen continent. Achieving his dual bid, he became the first Australian to summit Antarctica's highest volcano – Mt Sidley – situated in the Executive Committee Range in the depths of the largest' no man's land' on Earth.

 

Having achieved his childhood dream of standing on top of the world, Daniel has more recently expanded his high-altitude credentials by completing a decade long quest to climb the highest mountain and the highest volcano on every continent (known as the 7 Summits and 7 Volcanic Summits). He has become the First Australian and the Youngest Person on the Planet to achieve this feat.

 

In November 2021, Daniel will join Chimu Adventures on our world-first exclusive South Pole Expedition Flight. A noted public speaker, Daniel will provide lucky passengers with enthralling insights into the dramatic landscapes unfolding below them and share anecdotes from his many achievements and experiences in Antarctica and beyond.

 

Daniel's records include:

  • The youngest person to climb the highest mountain and volcano on every continent.
  • World's highest altitude swim – almost 6,400 m near the summit of the world's tallest volcano in the Andes in South America.
  • World's highest altitude kayak – 5,707 m.
  • The only Australian (one of a few worldwide) to summit the highest volcano in Antarctica, Mt Sidley – altitude 4,285 m.
  • First-person to step foot on numerous unclimbed, unnamed peaks in Northern Greenland. 
  • Youngest Australian to ascend the North Face of the Eiger, known as 'Murder Wall' – altitude 3,967 m.

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