Highest Tap Dance



Khumbu, Solukhumbu, Nepal / April 15, 2009

Heather O’Neal tap danced at an elevation of 5364 meters. She performed the feat at Mount Everest’s South Base Camp in Khumbu, Nepal.


- must tap dance at least five steps
- must wear tap shoes


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    This is incredible. Congrats on making it into the book, Heather!

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