When you put in immense determination and focus, there is nothing that can stop you from reaching your goal. This has been proved by Indian mountaineer Arjun Vajpai.
This week, Vajpai became the youngest person in the world to scale six peaks over 8,000 metres when he summited the treacherous Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world.
But the real pinnacle, says the 24-year-old, would be when he achieves the “grand slam” of mountaineering – scaling all 14 mountains over 8,000 metres across the world. On May 20, the Noida-basedmountaineer scaled the 8,586-metre Kangchenjunga at 8:05 am IST, but could not come down from the Advanced Base Camp till Thursday morning due to severe weather conditions.Click Here: West Coast Eagles Guernsey