May 17, Kathmandu: On the 14th of May two Australian female climbers Jane Kanizay and Gabby Kenizay uccessfully scaled the world’s highest peak Mount Everest (8848.86m).

Jane Kanizay and Gabby Kenizay are mother and daughter. They also climbed the world’s fourth highest mountain Mt Lhotse.

At the age of 19 years and 68 days, Gabby Kenizay climbed Mt Everest and becomes the youngest Australian to climb Everest.

Her Climbing guide Tendi Sherpa said “Throughout the climb, Gabby been mentally and physically so strong that on both mountains we passed all the traffic of climbers on our way up and the down safely, besides being a strong climber she is one of the kindest people I have ever guided”

“It was just an incredible feeling. We’re the highest people in the world and we’ve finally done it and we’ve done it here together as well, which is amazing,” She said.

She is a few months younger than the previous record-holder, Alyssa Azar.

She wants to climb all the 14 peaks above 8000m. She said.

Climbing Details

July 2018 —  Mt. Kinabalu (4,095m) in Borneo

October 2018 — Island Peak, Nepal (6,189m)

May 2019 — Mera Peak, Nepal (6,400m) and Mt Baruntse West Col (6,200m)

September 2019 — Cho Oyu (8,201m)

April 2022 — Lobuche (6,119m)

May 2022 — Everest (8,848m)

Image source: Gabby Kanizay
Image source: Gabby Kanizay