A remarkable feat unfolded as six-year-old Sylvan Lightyear became the youngest climber to conquer Mount Moran, creating a new chapter in mountaineering history.
- Sylvan Lightyear, at just six years old, reached the summit of Mount Moran.
- The adventure lasted four days.
- Sylvan’s climb utilized the secure fix and go technique.
Sylvan Lightyear, a brave six-year-old, accomplished an extraordinary feat by reaching the summit of Mount Moran. This remarkable achievement has made Sylvan the youngest climber in history to conquer this formidable peak. The adventure spanned four unforgettable days, with Sylvan scaling the mountain alongside his entire family. The use of the secure fix and go technique ensured a safe climbing experience, reminiscent of being on top rope. Sylvan’s ascent showcased not only his courage and skill, but also the unwavering support of his loved ones along the way.
Sylvan’s mother, Ann Baker said the family is continuing exploring the mountains as her son Sam could become the youngest climber on record to lead the Exum Ridge this week. Last year Sam became the youngest to climb El Capitan