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Woman First to Summit Everest After Avalanche
National Geographic

Woman First to Summit Everest After Avalanche

NAMCHE BAZAAR—After a tragic climbing season on Mount Everest, after all the foreign guides and more than 300 high-paying clients had pulled out, a Chinese woman guided by a team of Sherpas found a way—if controversial—to get to the top of the ... National Geographic, 2 months ago
A finish line with a real high Times of India, 1 month ago
Magical Everest Indian News Link, 1 month ago

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Himalayan times

Rai wins Everest Marathon title

KATHMANDU: Sudip Kulung Rai claimed the title of the 12th Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon in Namche Bazaar today. Rai, the winner of 2011 and the runners-up of 2010 edition, clocked 3 hours, 52 minutes, nine seconds to complete the 42.195km race and win the ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago
Himalayan Times

Kanchha Sherpa recalls historic 1953 summit

KATHMADNU: For Kanchha Sherpa, 81, of Namche Bazaar, May 29 is etched in his memory for life. He was part of the team that helped Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary scale the world’s highest mountain on this day in 1953. The image of the legendary ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago
Himalayan times

Wang Jing the toast of Khumbu

NAMCHE BAZAAR: Khumbu residents today welcomed legendary female mountaineer Wang Jing, 41, who became the lone climber to summit world’s highest peak this season, saying that she succeeded in keeping the tradition of Mt Everest ascent alive. Honouring ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago
The British Mountaineering Council

Russian pair make first ascent of the southwest face of Thamserku

The most impressive new route climbed in Nepal this spring was Shy Girl, the first ascent of the southwest face of Thamserku (6,618m). Thamserku is a well-known, if rarely climbed peak in the Khumbu, and clearly visible from several ...
 The British Mountaineering Council1 day ago

SLP teacher climbs to base of Mount Everest

By Olivia Koester July 18, 2014 at 12:00 pm Despite a fear of heights, Spring Lake Park High School physical education teacher and football coach Jeff Schlieff recently embarked on the trip of a lifetime, climbing to the base of Mount Everest with ...
 IHigh.com4 days ago

Great Wall Guangdong : Seven marathons under her belt and looking for more

Self-confessed dream chaser Lara Kruiskamp is the first African woman to run seven marathons on seven continents in a year. Her journey started when children from the Liv Children's Village near Hazelmere Dam visited her church in Ballito in ...
 4 Traders1 month ago
Himalayan Times

Wang claims she cleared Icefall route on foot; gov ...

Wang Jing flanked by Sherpa support staff upon landing in a helicopter at the Everest Base Camp from Camp 2 after summitting Mt Everest, on Sunday morning. KATHMANDU: The government today initiated investigation into legendary mountaineer Wang ...
 Himalayan Times1 month ago
Gulf Times

Tenzing Norgay remembered 100 years after birth

By Pratibha Tuladhar/DPA Kathmandu No one knows the exact birthdate of Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, one of the first two men to reach the summit of Mount Everest, only that it was a hundred years ago. People in those days did not have a way of ...
 Gulf Times1 month ago
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