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Sanu Sherpa (47) set a new climbing record - VG

Sanu Sherpa (47) set a new climbing record – VG

Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain, and other peaks in the Himalayas are seen from the air in this image from 2010.

Sanu Sherpa from Nepal is the first person to climb the world’s highest peaks at 8000 meters not just once, but twice.


This was reported by the climbing company Pioneer Adventure In Kathmandu, where the Sanu Sherpa works, report Reuters.

The 47-year-old man from Sankuwasabha district in eastern Nepal arrived in Pakistan’s second Ghashrbrom Thursday morning. This 8,035-meter summit is the third highest mountain in the world.

– He’s the only person in the world to have climbed each of the top 14 mountains twice, Nipsch Karke, CEO of Pioneer Adventure, tells Reuters. No further details were immediately available.

Eight of the world’s highest peaks, including Mount Everest, are located in Nepal. The rest is located in Pakistan and Tibet.

LONG EXPERIENCE: With over 20 years of experience, Sanu Sherpa is an invaluable resource for our organization, Pioneer Adventure writes on their website.

“With his rope repair, rescue and other mountaineering skills, he has always been able to impress our valued customers,” Pioneer Adventure writes on their website.

also CNN I mentioned it.

In 2019 I mentioned BBC Nirmal Purja of Nepal has climbed the 14 highest peaks in the world in six months. It is not clear how much time the Sano Sherpa spent twice climbing these peaks.

Friday books VG That Frank Lock reached the summit of K2, which is referred to as “the most dangerous mountain in the world”. This peak is 8,611 meters above sea level and the second highest mountain in the world.

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