the first double above-knee AMPUTEE to summit a mountain over 6,000m
In 2010, Hari Budha Magar lost both his legs above the knee, to an IED in Afghanistan.
Determined to change perceptions of what is possible for people with a disability, he will attempt to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 2023.
Help Hari Create History.
DAYS UNTIL EVEREST
With less than one month to go, the former British soldier is closing in on his goal to become the world’s first double above-knee amputee to summit the world's tallest mountain and face the world’s toughest conditions.
From injured British veteran to record breaking mountaineer
HELP HARI SUMMIT EVEReST
No donation is too big, or too small as Hari aims to be the first double above-knee amputee to climb Everest and raise £884,900 for five amazing charities.
If you would like to sponsor Hari on his epic journey
Thank you for your support on this project, without your help it would not be possible.
MOUNT EVEREST CLIMB
In May 2023, Hari plans to climb Mount Everest without legs, a feat that has never even been attempted to date.
In accomplishing this challenge, Hari hopes to:
create history and become the world’s
first double above-knee amputee to
raise awareness of disabilities and change the narrative surrounding them
show having a disability does not have
to be life limiting
inspire people to conquer their own dreams and to lead more fulfilling lives
Chulu Far East
6476m World Record
Hari is working with a select number of key partners on his Everest 2023 expedition, who believe his vision of being the first double above-knee amputee to summit Everest ; and his desire to change perceptions of what is possible for people with a disability.
Below are the incredible organisations who have already agreed to support Hari
Please help Hari to inspire others, raise awareness of disabilities, and make a difference to peoples’ lives, by sharing his journey. Every like, comment, and share, encourages Hari to do more, to help others. Bring a little inspiration to your loved ones, whilst raising awareness for a great cause.