No matter how difficult it is to climb the world’s highest mountain peaks, it is the determination and confidence that counts. Mingma Gyabu Sherpa (Mountaineer), also called as Mingma David Sherpa is a prolific name when it comes to mountaineering, a man full of willpower, determination, courage and confidence. He is the youngest Nepalese mountaineer to climb all the fourteen 8000m peaks, and renowned rescue crew. He holds the Guinness World Record for the title of “Fastest time to climb Everest and K2”, having climbed the first and second highest peak in the world within 61 days. He has been honored by the Union of Asian Alpine Association (UAAA) with one of the Piolet d’Or Asia Awards with the title of Sherpa of the year for his commitment to technical climbings and positive environmental stewardship in the mountains in 2019.