Michelle Amundsen (16), completes all Europe's Highpoints as the youngest person ever.
22.8.2008: (age 7): first European Highpoint: Galdhøpiggen, Norway, 2469m
8.9.2012: (age 12): first European highpoint over a 4 year period : Møllehøy, Denmark, 171
21.6.2016: (age 16): last European Highpoint: Mulhacen, 3479mRecord as youngest person ever to complete the
European Highpoints, age 16 and six months
3.10.2016: (age 16): last European Highpoint over a four year period: Galdhøpiggen, Norway, 2469m
All European Highpoints completed in a period of four years and 1 month.
Details of all ascents: http://www.micha.no/?page_id=145
Europe's Highpoints: http://www.summitpost.org/europe-s-highpoints-definition/986969
28 separate journeys
More than 100000 km travelled
Money spent: unknown but a lot!
Two summits in one day: Vatican, Malta and San Marino, Monaco
Three summits on one day: Belgia Luxembourg, Netherlands
Shared summits: Korab (Albania, Makedonia) and Mont Blanc (Italy, France)
Highest summit: Elbrus (5642, age 12)
Lowest summit: Vatican (76m, age 16)
Most technical tour: Mont Blanc traverse (Mont Maudit – Goutier, age 13)
Tour with the least effort: Belgia, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta
No successful summit at first attempt: Dinara (Croatia), stomach problems
Most horrible weather: Pico (Azores, 25ms wind) and Midzor (Serbia, snowstorm and whiteout)
Countries I definitely would like visit again: Montenegro, Iceland, Azores
Hidden secrets: High Tatra range (Slovakia/Poland) and Carpathian Mountains (Romania)