Ultimate Everest Climber

The greatest climber of all-time, who has conquered Everest an unsurpassable TWENTY-ONE times, has been formally recognised almost 60 years to the day after the mountain was first climbed. Despite never enjoying climbing or wanting to reach the summit, superhuman Apa Sherpa holds an invincible record and led the first-ever expedition across the 1,700km Great Himalayan Trail last year.

The greatest climber of all-time, who has conquered Everest an unsurpassable TWENTY-ONE times, has been formally recognised almost 60 years to the day after the mountain was first climbed. Despite never enjoying climbing or wanting to reach the summit, superhuman Apa Sherpa holds an invincible record and led the first-ever expedition across the 1,700km Great Himalayan Trail last year.

The greatest climber of all-time, who has conquered Everest an unsurpassable TWENTY-ONE times, has been formally recognised almost 60 years to the day after the mountain was first climbed. Despite never enjoying climbing or wanting to reach the summit, superhuman Apa Sherpa holds an invincible record and led the first-ever expedition across the 1,700km Great Himalayan Trail last year.

The greatest climber of all-time, who has conquered Everest an unsurpassable TWENTY-ONE times, has been formally recognised almost 60 years to the day after the mountain was first climbed. Despite never enjoying climbing or wanting to reach the summit, superhuman Apa Sherpa holds an invincible record and led the first-ever expedition across the 1,700km Great Himalayan Trail last year.

The greatest climber of all-time, who has conquered Everest an unsurpassable TWENTY-ONE times, has been formally recognised almost 60 years to the day after the mountain was first climbed. Despite never enjoying climbing or wanting to reach the summit, superhuman Apa Sherpa holds an invincible record and led the first-ever expedition across the 1,700km Great Himalayan Trail last year.