A 10-year-old child climbed a mountain more than 5,000 feet

Jan 21 2021 09:36 PM
A 10-year-old child climbed a mountain more than 5,000 feet

Hyderabad: A class 5 student of Taxila Public School in Lalguda, Hyderabad, ten years old Siddharth Reddy has climbed two high mountains in Karnataka and created a record. His father Santosh Reddy works as a development manager at Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).

Siddharth climbed kumar parvat in mangalore district 5,617 feet and tadiyandamol mountain in 5,735 feet tall coorg district. The specialty is that Siddharth has no experience or has not been trained.

Siddhartha said he started trekking from The Sri Subramanya Temple at 5 pm on January 15. After walking six kilometres, I had to spend the night in the mountains. The first mountain of Kumara Mountain was completed at 3 pm on January 16 at 5 a.m. On January 17, at 6 am they started trekking to Tadiandamol and finished at the Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary in the evening.

Siddhartha's father Santosh Reddy said that He loved shuttler badminton and coached at the SS Badminton Academy in Tarana, Hyderabad for the last two years. Siddhartha's fitness level is very good. For this reason, the Badminton Academy suggested siddhartha trekking effort. After this, Siddhartha completed the journey with the help of the BCF. Siddharth is very clear on his goals and wants to rise to great heights in badminton.

 

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