Nirmal Purja climbs world's 14 highest peaks in record-breaking 189 days

Nirmal ‘Nims’ Purja has climbed all 14 of the world’s 8,000-metre-high mountains in a record-breaking 189 days. The Nepalese former British army soldier completed the last of his 14 climbs, to the summit of Shishapangma in China, at 8.58am local time on Tuesday. The previous record was held by Kim Chang-ho, of South Korea, who took seven years, 11 months and 14 days

Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ►

Ex-soldier climbs world’s 14 highest peaks in 189 days ►

Support the Guardian ►

Today in Focus podcast ►

The Guardian YouTube network:

The Guardian ►
Owen Jones talks ►
Guardian Football ►
Guardian Sport ►
Guardian Culture ►


Xem thêm bài viết:

20 thoughts on “Nirmal Purja climbs world's 14 highest peaks in record-breaking 189 days

  1. Ex-soldier climbs world's 14 highest peaks in 189 days ►

  2. Soon I wrote comments on FB
    You deserve to be Man of the year by time magazine I got response back from Westerners too..
    I keep saying that you deserve it

  3. "how we look after our home"…. Production of climbing equipment and flying from one peak to another doesnt pollute our planet? Thanks for reading

  4. I think sherpas might have climbed everest before sir Edmund Hillary and tenzing norgay. There must have not been any documented record of reaching mt everest

  5. Nice until he threw in the part about climate change. How did he travel all over the world without burning fossil fuels? Answer…he burned fossil fuels.

  6. I am still in disbelief that people genuinely do not believe that humans are significantly impacting the climate, the evidence is undeniable.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *