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12 year old Kamya climbs 6962 meter high Mount Ekanagua, the youngest mountaineer

12 year old Kamya climbs 6962 meter high Mount Ekanagua, the youngest mountaineer

 Kamya Karthikeyan, a 12-year-old student, has become the youngest climber in the world to climb Mt Acanagua.  Located in the Andes Mountains of Argentina, Mount Acanagua is the tallest mountain in the South American continent.  Authorities said they hoisted the waves on the 6962 meter high mountain on February 1.  Kamya is a seventh grade student at Navy Children's School in Mumbai.

 On August 24, 2019, Kamya completed the ascent of Mount Mantok Kongri Second, 6260 meters high in Ladakh.
 She is the youngest mountaineer to do so.  "Regular participation in adventure sports, along with years of physical and mental preparation, helped Kamya climb the climatic conditions," said a campaign official.  Kamya's father S.K.  Karthikeyan is the commander of the Indian Army, while his mother Lavanya is a teacher.

 Kamaya started climbing the basic track in Lunawada (Pune) when he was 3 years old.  When she was 9 years old, she accompanied her parents to the high mountains of the Himalayas.  It also includes the Uttarakhand Roof Kund.  One year later, she reached Everest Base Camp (5346 m) in Nepal.  Subsequently, in the year 2019, Mount Stock Congress (6153 m) of Ladakh climbed.

 Kamiya also managed to climb Mount Kilimanjaro (5895 m), the tallest mountain in Africa and Mount Kosujako (2228 m), Australia's tallest mountain.  He wants to complete the Explorers Grand Slam next year.  For that he has to climb the highest mountain of all continents.

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