Hong Kong climber Chung Kin-man in the Alps. At the age of 67, and having reached both poles and the summits of the highest peaks on all seven continents and in Oceania, he is contemplating his next adventure, ascending one or more peaks above 8,000 metres in the Karakoram mountain range. Hong Kong climber Chung Kin-man in the Alps. At the age of 67, and having reached both poles and the summits of the highest peaks on all seven continents and in Oceania, he is contemplating his next adventure, ascending one or more peaks above 8,000 metres in the Karakoram mountain range.
Hong Kong climber Chung Kin-man in the Alps. At the age of 67, and having reached both poles and the summits of the highest peaks on all seven continents and in Oceania, he is contemplating his next adventure, ascending one or more peaks above 8,000 metres in the Karakoram mountain range.

Hong Kong mountaineer, 67, on climate change, the moment he conquered Everest, and his next adventure

  • Chung Kin-man looked down at Hong Kong from the top of Lion Rock aged 10 and was hooked. He’s been a mountaineer all his life, but still craves adventure
  • He talks about never taking unnecessary risks, the tragedy of climate change, and his goal of climbing one or more 8,000-metre peaks in the Karakoram Range

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Hong Kong climber Chung Kin-man in the Alps. At the age of 67, and having reached both poles and the summits of the highest peaks on all seven continents and in Oceania, he is contemplating his next adventure, ascending one or more peaks above 8,000 metres in the Karakoram mountain range. Hong Kong climber Chung Kin-man in the Alps. At the age of 67, and having reached both poles and the summits of the highest peaks on all seven continents and in Oceania, he is contemplating his next adventure, ascending one or more peaks above 8,000 metres in the Karakoram mountain range.
Hong Kong climber Chung Kin-man in the Alps. At the age of 67, and having reached both poles and the summits of the highest peaks on all seven continents and in Oceania, he is contemplating his next adventure, ascending one or more peaks above 8,000 metres in the Karakoram mountain range.
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