overviewPeter Edmund Hillary (born 26 December 1954) is a New Zealand mountaineer, philanthropist and author. He is the son of adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary, who completed the first successful ascent of Mount Everest with Nepali Sherpa mountaineer Tenzing Norgay. When Peter Hillary topped Everest in 1990, he and his father were the first father/son duo to achieve success. Hillary led an expedition in Antarctica that led Neil Armstrong to land the two summits of Everest, an 84-day trek to the South Pole, and a small plane to the North Pole. He has climbed many of the world's major peaks, and when he assembled Denali in Alaska on June 19, 2008, he completed the Seven Summits, which brought seven continents to the top of the highest mountains. Job name mountain climber
Country of nationality New Zealand
Birthday December 1954
Career Born in 1953 as Edmund Hillary, the eldest son of climbers who first ascended Everest . He became a climber himself and completed the first parent-child ascent of Everest in his third challenge in 1990. He first climbed Everest in May 2002, as his father and expedition member of the National Geographic Association of America to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Tenzin Norge's May 2002 debut. He is also responsible for the Australian Himalayan Fund. He was voiced in the movie "Beyond the Edge: Everest's history-changing first change", which depicted the British unit in 1953, which his father joined in 2014, and came to Japan for commercials that same year.