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  • July 07,2023
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Kristin Harila and Tenjen Sherpa create history by climbing all 14 peaks over 8,000m in 92 days…

In a remarkable display of skill, determination, and mountaineering prowess, Tenzing Lama, a Nepali climber, and Cristin Harila, a Norwegian climber, etched their names in the history books by successfully summiting all 14 of the world’s highest peaks in a mere 92 days. This astounding feat is a testament to their unyielding spirit, teamwork, and passion for the mountains. Let’s delve into the extraordinary journey of these two climbers as they conquered one peak after another.

The Adventure Begins…

The ambitious expedition began on a promising day in the spring of 2023. Tenzing Lama and Cristin Harila, supported by a dedicated team of skilled climbers and mountaineers, set out to conquer the most challenging peaks across Asia, one of the most daunting mountaineering challenges known to humanity. Their ultimate goal was to climb all 14 peaks above 8,000 meters, commonly referred to as the “Eight-thousanders.”

Shishapangma – 26 April 2023.

Cho Oyu – 3 May 2023.

Makalu – 13 May 2023.

Kangchenjunga – 18 May 2023.

Mount Everest – 23 May 2023.

Lhotse – 23 May 2023.  (World record of fastest woman from summit Mount Everest to summit of Lhotse, 8 hours.)

Dhaulagiri – 29 May 2023.

Annapurna – 5 June 2023.

Manaslu – 10 June 2023.

Nanga Parbat – 26 June 2023.

Gasherbrum II – 15 July 2023.

Gasherbrum I – 18 July 2023.

Broad Peak – 23 July 2023.

K2 – 27 July 2023.

All the Peaks over 8000ers just in 92 Days