November 04, 2014

Park Young-Seok  (November 2, 1963 - October 2011) was a South Korean mountaineer, who completed a True Explorers Grand Slam. He has climbed the world's 14 Eight-thousanders, the Seven Summits, and visited both poles. He holds the world's second fastest time for ascending the 14 Eight-thousanders, the Guinness World Record for climbing six of the 8,000-meter Himalayan peaks within one year, and another record for reaching the South Pole on foot in 44 days, self-sufficient and without any food re-supplies.

 In   memory  of  Park  Young Seok, Nepal Mountaineering Association in coordination  with  Park  Young  Seok  Foundation  and  Korean  Alpine Foundation started to organize Park Young-Seok Climbing Competition to promote sport climbing activities in Nepal  since 2013. We are organizing second edition of the competition 2nd Park Young Seok Climbing Competition- Lead 2014 on  7  and  8  November  2014  at  Nepal  Himalayan Adventure Tour and Training Center, Balaju Industrial Area.

 
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