Briton climbs Mount Everest for 16th time, told he would never walk without support

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Kenton Cool, a British mountaineer, has successfully summited Mount Everest for the 16th time.

Through a series of surgeries as well as physical therapy, he defied years of predictions and reached the heights of Mount Everest.

Kenton Cool, a British mountaineer, has successfully summited Mount Everest for the 16th time. He is the first non-Nepalese and the first British citizen to do so.

Reaching such a height is a dangerous task. Mountaineers face hundreds of risks and many have died trying to achieve this feat.

Cool also broke the myth that only Nepalese could do it. The 48-year-old possesses courage and spirit that few people have. Not only that, at the age of 22, Cool had an accident while rock climbing. Following the accident, he was told that he would never be able to walk without help.

Through a series of surgeries as well as physical therapy, he defied years of predictions and reached the heights of Mount Everest. Even after all this, he experiences chronic pain in his knees.

Overcoming all physical and mental barriers, Cool passed all obstacles and did not let his dreams die. He created a whole new identity for himself as the first Englishman to climb Everest 16 times.

May is considered the best time and the best time to climb the highest peak in the world. The Nepalese government has issued 316 permits to climb Everest considering the current high season.

Cool was also the first UK guide to take a client to the top of K2, the second highest mountain in the world.

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