The son of the first person to summit Everest alongside Edmund Hillary, climber Jamling Tenzing Norgay now leads the effort to clean up the peaks with Swiss fashion house Bally. Jamling Tenzing NorgayWhat is your earliest memory of the mountains? ‘I was eight years old when I followed my father, Tenzing Norgay, on one of his many journeys into the Himalayas. We continue to work together in the Himalayas as part of the Bally Peak Outlook Foundation and my father’s namesake charity, the Tenzing Norgay Sherpa Foundation, through which the label sponsors community-led clean-ups and educational programmes. I am dedicated to sharing my time and understanding about the Himalayan environment with those who live on the shoulders of these great summits.’Jamling Tenzing Norgay is a spokesperson for the Bally Peak Outlook Foundation.