This Woman Summited the World’s Seven Highest Peaks

Short film follows Wasfia Nazreen while completing her unbelievable feat

Female Bangladeshi mountaineer Wasfia Nazreen descends on the lonely Lhotse face on Mount Everest on May 27, 2012.  Wasfia Nazreen, 29, became the second Bangladeshi woman to summit the world's tallest mountain on May 26, 2012 and is climbing the highest peak on each of the continents to celebrate 40 years of Bangladeshi independence.    AFP PHOTO/ Ngima Girmen Sherpa        (Photo credit should read Ngima Girmen Sherpa/AFP/GettyImages)

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Female Bangladeshi mountaineer Wasfia Nazreen descends on the lonely Lhotse face on Mount Everest on May 27, 2012. Wasfia Nazreen, 29, became the second Bangladeshi woman to summit the world's tallest mountain on May 26, 2012 and is climbing the highest peak on each of the continents to celebrate 40 years of Bangladeshi independence. AFP PHOTO/ Ngima Girmen Sherpa (Photo credit should read Ngima Girmen Sherpa/AFP/GettyImages) http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/short-film-showcase/a-womans-epic-journey-to-climb-7-mountains-shot-on-a-phone
By Matthew Reitman / June 13, 2016 5:00 am