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Fahad Badar

Executive leader and high-altitude climber on a mission to summit the highest mountain on each of the world’s seven continents.


Fahad is one of the few Qataris to attempt such challenging mountaineering expeditions. Following in the footsteps of world-class climbers, Fahad takes the same energy and dedication he applies in his professional life and uses it to fuel his passion for adventure travel. This has led him to push himself both physically and mentally, giving him the opportunity to apply his analytical and management experience and leadership skills on the mountain.

Fahad is the first Arab to have double summited both Mount Everest and Lhotse in the same expedition climb, in May 2019; and to date he has successfully climbed five of the Seven Summits. 

The journey does not end here, Fahad is currently preparing for his next expeditions which you can follow up on through his blog and social media channels.





In the beginning, people climbed mountains to conquer them. Yet they discovered that the mountains ended up granting them a guidance that they had never anticipated. You may have heard many times that whether you are climbing a mountain or the corporate ladder, the...

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Mount Elbrus

A dormant volcano and the highest summit in Europe Mount Elbrus the second on my list of the seven summits, the highest mountain in Europe and Russia. Not particularly a technical mountain, however don’t let that fool you. This mountain will challenge you both...

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Hiking across Jebal Shams

Hiking across the top of Jebal Shams (Mountain of Sun) is relatively easy, and the views are simply amazing. The mountain is located in northeastern Oman north of Al Hamra town and is the highest mountain of the Hajar range and the...

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My first experience of mountain climbing started with Mt. Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania, Africa. Kilimanjaro is said to be “the mountain that anyone can climb”. Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, standing at an altitude of 5,895 meters, or 19,341 feet as...

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