Nepali mountaineer maps Everest yet again

New Delhi: Nepalese mountaineer Kamarita Sherpa has set a new world record by climbing the peak of Mount Everest for the 29th time. Breaking her own old record, Kamarita climbed the peak of Everest at 7.55 am  and hoisted the flag of Nepal. A statement was issued by Seven Summit Treks Private Limited informing about Kamarita’s reaching the summit of Everest.

World record for climbing Everest

54-year-old Kamarita Sherpa holds the record of climbing 8848.86 meter high Mount Everest 28 times. But this time he has again created a new record by climbing Mount Everest. Sherpa, popularly known as Everest Man, has made a world record by climbing Everest for the 29th time.

The Sherpas had left Kathmandu a week earlier as part of a spring Everest expedition. He had set out with a group of 28 climbers. Which is operated by Seven Summit Treks Private Limited.

Trying from a very young age

Earlier, Kamarita, who had conquered Everest 28 times, held the world record. After successfully climbing Everest last year, he has again made the record of successful climb in his name this year. Born in 1970 in Solukhumbu district of Nepal, Kamarita has been climbing Everest from a very young age. Now Kamarita Sherpa has become the only person in the world to climb the world’s highest peak 29 times.


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