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Earlier this year, Nirmal Purja shot to prominence when he photographed the "traffic jam" on the upper slopes of Everest The record-breaking Nepalese climber has been shocked by the effects of climate change on the world's highest peaks:

Earlier this year, Nirmal Purja shot to prominence when he photographed the "traffic jam" on the upper slopes of Everest The record-breaking Nepalese climber has been shocked by the effects of climate change on the world's highest peaks:

‘I wanted to show the world what the human body is capable of' Meet the man who climbed world's 14 highest peaks in 189 days Nirmal Purja tells us about his time as a marine, the training and challenges faced Read:

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‘I wanted to show the world what the human body is capable of' Nirmal Purja, the man behind the mountaineering record tells us about his time as a marine, the training and challenges faced Read:

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‘I wanted to show the world what the human body is capable of' Meet the man who climbed world's 14 highest peaks in 189 days Nirmal Purja tells us about his time as a marine, the training and challenges faced Read:

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Former special forces soldier Nirmal Purja summited Everest, K2 and a dozen other 8,000-meter peaks in just six months.

Nepalese climber Nirmal Purja summits all 14 of the world’s 8,000-meter peaks in just six months, beating the previous record by more than seven years.

Nirmal Purja climbs world's 14 highest peaks in record-breaking 189 days: The Guardian#wowwow  #visitnepal2020 

The record for scaling the world's 14 highest peaks was 7 years, 10 months and 6 days. Nepalese climber Nirmal Purja did it in 6 months, 6 days.

The record for scaling the world's 14 highest peaks was 7 years, 10 months and 6 days. Nepalese climber Nirmal Purja did it in 6 months, 6 days.

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Nirmal Purja Magar has summited all 14 peaks above 8,000-meters in seven months—completing an extraordinary project to speed climb the world's tallest mountains

Meet the Nepalese mountaineer who snapped the Everest traffic jam photo. Nirmal Purja sees his photo as a blessing (it helped motivate regulatory changes on climbing Everest) and a curse (it has often been used without credit or compensation).

Nepalese climber Nirmal Purja has summited the world's 14 highest peaks in a span of 6 months and 6 days — smashing the previous record by more than 7 years. "I hope to have proven that anything is possible with some determination," he said.

@nimsdai  AFP map of the world's 14 highest peaks -- all over 8,000 metres high -- and the dates over seven months when Nepali mountaineer Nirmal Purja summited them to set a new speed record. The previous record was almost eight years https://

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Nirmal Purja, a 36-year-old Nepali, is the fastest climber to summit the world's 14 highest mountains - a feat other climbers have taken several years to complete.

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Meet the Nepalese mountaineer who snapped the Everest traffic jam photo. Nirmal Purja sees his photo as a blessing (it helped motivate regulatory changes on climbing Everest) and a curse (it has often been used without credit or compensation).

Nirmal Purja Magar has shattered records by summiting six of the world's tallest peaks—including Everest and Lhotse just 12 hours apart—in the span of a month. And he's just getting started.

Nirmal Purja, who took a picture of the scene, was one of the climbers who scaled the peak on Wednesday, despite what he described as “heavy traffic"

Nuts. "Climbers line up to stand at the summit of Mount Everest in this May 22 photo, released by climber Nirmal Purja's Project Possible expedition."

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