Pendaki Solo (Mohd Noor Bin Mat Amin) (born February 3, 1967) from Terengganu, Malaysia. He was educated at Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit Guntong Kuala Terengganu (1973-1979) and Sekolah Menengah Keb. Tengku Mizan Zainal Abidin (1980-1985). After completing his studies he took the Photography course at the National Youth Training Center, Peretak (now National Youth Skills Institute) in 1987. After completing his course he started his career as a photographer at Berita Harian Newspaper (1988 – 1989). Later serving at the National News Association (BERNAMA) – (1992-1993). And the last one he joined the Utusan Malaysia Newspaper in 1993 until now.
There are several record he success and accredited by the Malaysia Book of Records.
1) PROJECT MALAYSIA-EVEREST 1997.
It is the world’s first photographer who manages the color film (negative) manually at high altitude and is recognized by MALAYSIA BOOK OF RECORDS. Recognition on Feb. 16, 2016.
2) Solo Climb in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of malaysia at Mountain Peaks of Kinabalu, with a climb 50 times for 60 day.
3) Kl Tower Staircase climbing in 24 hours non-stop (2008) 20 times and iy recognized by Malaysia Book of Records in conjunction with the 2008 Merdeka climbing program.
4. Solo Climb 111 times at Kinabalu Mount.
(1 Malaysia – 2009-2010)
5. DRB-HICOM Mission 57Y57H
Create a record of hiking to the summit of Mount Kinabalu for 57 hours endlessly and recognized by Malaysia Book of Records (MBoR) on 22-24 August 2014. In conjunction with the 57th Independence
6. KPB KL TOWER STAIRCASE CLIMBING 2016 , 21 Kali – MBR
Among his MISSIONS on record created this time is to bring the name of the country through his solo ascent, creating a record in the middle of the Himalayan range to be the focus of tourism and climbers all over the world, especially those who climb to the summit of Everest and camp at Everest Base Camp. He not only brought his name but brings the big names that contributed to his record missions this time. Among them is Malaysia Inbound Tourism Association (MITA). He also carries the flag of Malaysia signed by Mita Member.
Today with his efforts, his determination and perseverance to create a record for Malaysia’s beloved country, he will be awarded the 7th record personally as Malaysia’s record holder of Malaysian Book of Records with the title of achievement:
FIRST TO CLIMB 7 PEAKS AT HIMALAYA ALPS ABOVE 5000 METERS SEA LEVEL
Himalaya Alps peaks namely
1) Nagarkun Peak, 5100 Meters
2) Chukung Ri Peak, 5550 Meters
3) Kongma La Pass, 5500 Meters
4) Everest Base Camp, 5364 Meters
5) Khalapattar Peak, 5550 Meters
6) Chola-La Pass, 5420 Meters
7) Gokyo Ri Peak, 5357 Meters
at Himalya Alps on May 17, 2017 (i.e. from April 25, 2017 to May 17, 2017).