Legless Man Climbs the Most Dangerous Mountain in China

Legless Man Climbs the Most Dangerous Mountain in China

If climbing a mountain is not part of your bucketlist, then this man’s story might actually change your mind.

A 26-year-old double amputee from China defied odds when he reached the peak of Jianmen Pass, the most dangerous mountain in the country.

PHOTO CREDIT: Lost at E Minor

PHOTO CREDIT: Lost at E Minor

Chen Zou, who lost his two legs due to a train accident when he was 13, climbed the 2,000-meter steep mountain using only his two hands within four hours, according to a report by RachFeed. With the help of chains and weighted blocks, the double amputee conquered the mountain with 4000-meters high cliffs and slopes reaching 96 degrees.

PHOTO CREDIT: Lost at E Minor

PHOTO CREDIT: Lost at E Minor

This wasn’t Zou’s first mountain trek as he had already climbed four other sacred mountains in China.

If you think mountain climbing is Zou’s only hobby, you might be surprised by the fact that he also enjoys singing and delivering speeches.

Despite the difficulties of living without legs, Zou proved to us that nothing is impossible as long as you have determination.

Watch Chen Zou’s unbelievable climb.

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