New York: A 15-year-old US boy has possibly become one of the first person ever with Down syndrome to have climbed a staggering 17,600 feet to reach one of the two base camps on Mount Everest - the world`s tallest mountain.Eli Reimer is also possibly the first American teen - with the syndrome - to have made the exceptional ascent last month, when he reached 17,600 feet after nearly two weeks of walking.After walking for around 113 km, Reimer triumphed when he reached one of two base camps on the world`s tallest mountain.Eli`s father, Justin Reimer, joined the teen last month along with their team setting out to raise money for the family`s charity, The Elisha Foundation.
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