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  Daniel E. Barter completes the Seven Summits


Daniel  E.  Barter

Grew up in Wakefield, Massachusetts, Dan moved to New Hampshire in 1974.  He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Wildlife Biology from the University of Massachusetts.  Dan’s love of adventure sports excelled while fighting forest fires at Grand Canyon National Park.

A career change followed that encompassed silver recovery and environmental compliance.  In 1990 he founded Northeast Reclaiming Services, Inc. out of Derry, NH. During this time, Dan became the proud father of daughters, Faith (19) and Jessie (17).

Outdoor challenges continued to be an active part of Dan’s life. He’s enjoyed skiing, hang gliding and climbing.  In 1996, Dan undertook his first high altitude climb. Since then Dan has gone on to attain the most difficult of challenges, the highest point on each continent around the world, the “Seven Summits”. His credited mountaineering expeditions of the world are as follows: Mount Kilimanjaro (December 16, 1999), Denali, also known as Mount McKinley (June 3, 2003), Mount Everest (May 15, 2004), Aconcagua (January 17, 2005), Mount Elbrus (July 3, 2005), Mount Vinson (December 3, 2005) and Mount Kosciuszko (January 22, 2006). All of Dan’s mountaineering accomplishments have been supported by wife Leslie and his daughters (Faith and Jessie). Dan and Leslie currently live in Raymond, New Hampshire and when they are not hiking or scuba diving, you may find them sailing on their custom Ketch.

The  Seven  Summits  Of  The World 

Mountain     Feet     Meters    Continent              Summit Date   

Kilimanjaro   19,339   5963    Tanzania, Africa       Dec 16, 1999

Denali (McKinley) 20,320   6195    Alaska,             June 03, 2003

Everest          29,035   8848    Nepal/Tibet,       May 15, 2004

Aconcagua   22,840   6962    Argentina,              Jan 17, 2005

Elbrus           18,481    5633    Russia, Europe         July 03, 2005 

Vinson          16,067    4897   Ellsworth Range,      Dec 03, 2005

Kosciuszko   7,310      2228  Australia                   Jan 22, 2006

                    Completed   By   Daniel  E.  Barter 

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