Hari Budha Magar has reached Everest Camp 3 after becoming the fastest above-the-knee double amputee to make it to Camp 1 on the world's tallest mountain.
The Gurkha veteran is now hoping to summit Mount Everest, to raise awareness for those living with disabilities and to help raise money for charities who helped him recover from his injuries.
Earlier this week, Hari and his expedition team "successfully climbed from Camp 2 and are now safely at Camp 3," according to his spokesperson.
"Hari hopes to make his push for the summit over the next few days, weather and conditions dependant," the spokesperson added.
"The team are entirely focused on their summit attempt and an update will be forthcoming as soon as we have more news."
Earlier this month, Hari became the first double above-the-knee amputee (DAK) to complete Khumbu Icefall, and the fastest DAK to climb from base camp to Everest Camp 1.
Hari crossed the treacherous Khumbu Icefall on his way to Camp 1 (6,065m), before pushing on to Camp 2 (approximately 6,400m).
He is fundraising for five charities that helped him recover his injuries sustained while serving in the military.
All money will be split equally between The Gurkha Welfare Trust, On Course Foundation, Blesma, Pilgrim Bandits and Team Forces.
The Gurkha mountaineer is attempting to raise the equivalent in pounds of 100 times the height of Everest (£884,900), while aiming to change the perceptions of disability.
Hari served with the Royal Gurkha Rifles for 15 years and was injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in 2010, when on foot patrol in Afghanistan.