Jordan Romero, a boy aged 13 years origin of the Big Bean, California, United States Saturday (22 / 5), becoming the youngest climber managed to set foot on the peak of the Himalayas, the highest mountain on earth. Achieving it is a part, and his ambition to climb the highest mountains in seven continents.
He managed to reach the peak as high as 29 035 feet (8850 meters) above sea level and perpetuate joy via satellite cellular phone to his spokesman. This long-haired teenager had climbed five mountains, including Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, at the age of 9 years. His ambition inspired a drawing on the school wall on the highest mountains in seven continents.
After the Himalayas, he would climb the highest mountain in Antarctica, the Mount Vinson Massif. "Every step I take eventually lead to the biggest goal of my life, which stood at the top of the world," Romero wrote in his blog before it reaches Everest
Record for previous youngest climber who reached the summit held by the tobacco Tsheni Himalayas of Nepal. He set foot on the world's highest peak at the age of 16 years.
Romero climbed every peak along with Paul, his father, a critical care paramedic, and the Sherpa guides.
From his home in Big Beaz Romero's mother witnessed a glorious achievement that teenage children through global positioning tracking system that was installed near the top of the mountain "I am very proud of my son," said his mother, Leigh Ane Drake.
Romero added a long row of record-breaking youth. Earlier this month, a young Australian adventurer, Jessica Watson (16), to sail alone around the world nonstop and without assistance of others. More than 4,000 climbers have reached the peak of the Himalayas.