9-Year-Old Climbs Some of the Tallest Mountains in the World for Charity

Tyler Armstrong and his father help raise money for causes like muscular dystrophy.
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Finally tonight another song ain't no mountain high enough for a boy from California this Christmas week big gift he gave with every step of his client. Proving he is America strong. We can't -- Now. Now nine years old title Armstrong has been climbing since he was six picks are -- Tyler is from Yorba Linda, California just outside Los Angeles. Climbing Mount Whitney when he was seven the next year Kilimanjaro. And Christmas seemed just this week he reached a stunning new -- the youngest person in recorded history to reach the summit of Argentina's opt in Kabul a mountain. 22841. Feet the tallest peak in the western and Southern Hemisphere's. Tyler reach the summit but his father Kevin and a Tibetan -- They're backed down tonight after reaching heights with the bitter cold has claimed more than a hundred climbers -- student years. Tyler saying you could really see the world's atmosphere up there all the clouds are under -- -- nine euros my age he it usually played video games so they announced that the -- out. -- -- 90008 higher priority line for at mountain. It's father had been the soccer coach but says his -- wanted him to do something else. -- -- begin climbing to. I mean my gagged diaries is -- together still. That really took my hard because mean I get -- together. Tyler worked out twice a date for a year to have to prepare for this climb. They -- the peaks reached before with a -- So here we are top of -- -- -- little and you can see -- what we're. There just -- rock rock rock and a younger time. Tyler right there in. -- -- this time Tyler held fundraisers for sure do -- Which pays for research and a muscular dystrophy his friend has -- -- Tyler's -- saying most people believe he's pushing Tyler to do this. But he says it's actually the opposite -- spent time with them on the mountains. But I love the fact that he is -- -- cause tonight little Tyler hoping to raise one dollar for every foot. He's client. Way to go --

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