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Sherpa scales mt. Everest three times in eight days

Mt. Everest Base Camp (Solukhumbu), May 28: Kami Sherpa, 51, of Kerung-4 in Solukhumbu district has successfully scaled Mt. Everest for three times in eight days.

Sherpa informed from the Mt. Everest Base Camp that he climbed the Mt. Everest two times in five days and third times on the eighth day.

Sherpa has successfully scaled Mt. Everest for three times in a season by scaling the highest peak at 10:30 am on May 19, May 24 at 3:00 pm and on May 27 at 4:00 am.

He claimed that these climbs have set the world record for him.

Sherpa had successfully scaled Mt. Everest in 1997 for the first time. With these climbs, he had scaled the Mt. Everest for the 14th times.

Climber Sherpa is also the first Vice-Chairman of the Mt. Everest Climbers’ Association.

Sherpa will arrive in Kathmandu after a week and has set a programme to make public the proofs of his climbing Mt. Everest for three times in eight days through media.

He has now arrived at the Mt. Everest base camp. He has also a plan to draw attention of the world community about increasing temperature in the Himalayas.

Sherpa has been living at Kapan in Kathmandu now a days. RSS

Published Date: Monday, May 28th, 2012 | 12:15 AM

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