Kenton Cool: The Drive To Achieve

Watch the film below for a glimpse of the grit and determination required to achieve feats including being the first person in history to complete the ‘Everest Triple Crown’ in one continuous push from base camp.

Ever since the young and heady days of his first expedition, to Pakistan when he was 19, Kenton has been completely in love with climbing in the high mountains. Now Kenton has mounted and completed over 30 successful expeditions. He holds the highest success rate of any mountain guide on Everest, in May 2007 he even summitted the peak twice in one week. For Kenton, the drive is to strive for the fullest achievement in the outdoors – whether this be on ice, on rock, or out on the hill.

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