august 09, 2019 - Bremont

Bremont Project Possible Phase 2

REDEFINING THE LIMITS OF MOUNTAINEERING: 

BREMONT AMBASSADOR NIRMAL 'NIMS' PURJA MBE SUMMITS 11 PEAKS IN JUST 94 DAYS AS HE COMPLETES PHASE 2 OF #bremont PROJECT POSSIBLE


After completing Phase 1 of Project Possible in just 4 weeks, Nims and his team were trail blazing through to the next Phase.

On 3rd July 2019, Nims began Phase 2 by ascending Nanga Parbat. Locally known as Diamer, it is the ninth highest mountain in the world located in Pakistan, which is also known as 'Killer' mountain. After completing Nanga Parbat and defeating the weather conditions, #bremont announced its title sponsorship of 'Bremont Project Possible'. 

"As you can see from the news of me summitting Nanga Parbat, Phase 2 has officially begun! Having started secretly for security reasons, I can now share news of my 7th summit in just over 4 weeks, as well as the fact that the reason this has been possible for me to continue is thanks to #bremont who has stepped up to be title sponsor of Project Possible 14/7."


On the 15th July, Nims led his team to Gasherbrum I (GI), shortly followed by Gasherbrum II (G2) within just 3 days after overcoming more extreme and challenging climate conditions.

K2 is the second highest mountain in the world, after Mount Everest at 8,848 metres. Despite other teams aborting their climb to the summit of K2, Nims and his team made the decision to defy the odds and dangerous conditions and aim for the summit of K2. On arrival at base camp, many other climbers had left and those that remained were waiting in the hope that Nims would be able to fix the route for the first time this season to allow them to follow in his tracks. Leading his fixing team, Nims opened the route to the summit and successfully stood at the K2 peak alongside the #bremont Project Possible team on July 24th at 07:40am local time.