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Facebook Twitter Email. CNN — A former soldier from Nepal has climbed the world's 14 highest peaks in just over six months, smashing the previous record by over 7 years. Nirmal "Nims" Purja, 36, who served with th e British Special Forces , reached the 8,metre-high summit of Mount Shishapangma, Tibet, on Tuesday morning local time along with three sherpa climbers. This was the fourteenth and final mountain he needed to scale as part of his "Project Possible" campaign, which he completed in days.


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Nirmal Purja's seventh summit was Nanga Parbat 2 in Pakistan. In a statement, Purja said: "I believed in this project and I made sure to surround myself with people who believed in it too.

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This was never just about me, which is the reason I've been able to overcome some huge obstacles on this journey. By achieving this goal, I knew I could inspire people from all generations, across the world.

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Natural doping effect Report. Glacier worlds. Climbing mountains. Bagging summits. Be a hero. Some mountains are big, some mountains are really big, and some mountains are really, really, big. From big to really, really, big, our mountain climbing trips cover the full spectrum.

On one of our mountaineering experiences, you could be ascending up an active volcano, on another - you might be trekking through forests, crossing glaciers, using ice-axes and crampons, or managing your head for heights while clipped up to a via ferrata. Or what about that way we dig into our own pockets and invest revenue into supporting critical conservation projects around the world? Sounds good, right? Climbing mountains is no more difficult than popping down to the corner shop to pick up a Yorkie, and can of Vimto.

Days on our mountain climbing trips might include up to 11 hours of trekking, with early starts par for the course.