Arjun Vajpai, Tshering Phinjo Sherpa and Nima Tshering Sherpa started from South Col (Camp IV 7950 m) at 10:24pm on 21 May and they reached the top of Mt. Everest at 06:33am (Kathmandu Time) on 22 May. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arjun_Vajpai)
On October 14, 2015 Arjun Vajpai along with mountaineer Bhupesh Kumar created another history by scaling an unexplored peak 6,180 metres high in Himachal’s Spiti valley. They have named it Mount Kalam in memory of late President of India APJ Abdul Kalam. Arjun Vajpai in his fourth attempt able to scale Mt Makalu in 2016. Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world and the sixth most difficult to scale.
Arjun Vajpai becomes the youngest Indian mountaineer to scale Mt Cho Oyu accompanied with Pasang Norbu Sherpa and Lakpa Sherpa.Worlds fifth highest mountain in between Tibet and China boundary its about 8,188m /26,864 ft. He is one of our senior consultants. Helping us frame policies for the current generation as to how and what is most important for the education and how should we balance studies with extra curricular activities, Mr. Vajpai has been the implementer of all the sports activities of Green Valley Academy. Mr. Vajpai’s Vision of education for the economically backward sections of the society was recently implemented in reality via evening classes and camps for the children of the under privileged sections of the society.