Solo climber, Mohd. Noor Mat Amin, 49, plans to create two new record for himself by climbing the Himalayas, Nepal and Mount Kinabalu, Sabah next year.
He said, to the Himalayas, he will create a record of Malaysia and climb as high as 5,530 meters up to camp in these ranges.
He also explained the Sunday Times photographer, will move to the Himalayas in March 2017 in preparation for the purpose of maintaining the vitality before climbing Mount Kinabalu at the latest by May.
“For the 4,095 meter-high Mount Kinabalu, I will set a world record in conjunction with the national independence 60th and also the age of the birth of my 50th on 3 February.
“The challenge of climbing the Himalayas different because the situation Surface Mount Kinabalu temporary fluctuation ranges only just climbed. Therefore, I chose the Himalayas are higher than Mount Kinabalu to ensure fitness throughout the climb.
“For now, I take a break before continuing his training as usual by climbing hills and mountains to prepare mentally and physically,” he said.
Mohd. Noor managed to renew its achievements in the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) ie climb stairs Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) non-stop for 24 hours.
Despite failing to reach the target 24 times, he still managed to carve his name in MBOR again after climbing the seven highest telecommunications tower in the world 21 times, compared with a record length of 20 times in 2008.
Earlier, Mohd. Noor created a record by receiving recognition from MBOR since 2007 through a number of solo achievement.
Source : Internet