4,000 kg Garbage Collected From Mount Everest !

Nepal Army (NA) was brought four-thousand kilograms of garbage collected from Mt Everest to Kathmandu under. Nepal Army said that three-thousand kilograms of garbage still remained at the mountain site under ‘Clean mountain campaign. NA said that there still remain 3000 kg of garbage which will be flown to Kathmandu within June 3.”Under the command and directives of CoAS Thapa, Nepal Army has invlolved in cleaning the mountain,” said NA spokesperson Bigyan Dev Pande. He also said that this...

Climber Fisher Dies On Mount Everest

Kathmandu,May 26 : A British climber has died on the slopes of Mount Everest in Nepal after reaching the summit of the world’s highest mountain, officials have said. Robin Haynes Fisher, 44, died in the so-called death zone known for low levels of oxygen on his attempted descent from the summit on Saturday morning, a Nepalese tourism department official said. Fisher, from Birmingham, was described as an “aspirational adventurer” who “lived life to the full” in a statement from...

20 Climbers dead on 8000 m peaks

Kathmandu,May 26 : 20 people have died on 8000 m peaks of Nepal this climbing season. This season has witnessed 10 deaths on Mount Everest, four on Mount Makalu and three deaths on Mount Kanchenjunga as well as one each on Mount Lhotse, Mount Annapurna and Mount Cho Oyu till date.

Two More Climbers die

Kathmandu, May 26 : Two more have died on two different 8,000 metre plus peaks of the country on Friday. Reputed mountain guide Dhruba Bista died at the base camp of Mount Everest after suffering from mountain sickness. Jiwan Bhattarai, an official at Himalaya Ecstasy Treks, says that Bista fell ill at Camp III and was brought down to the base camp after his heath got worse. Another mountain guide Nima Tenji Sherpa has died on Mount Makalu on...

More than 350 Climbers Scale Mt. Everest

Kathmandu,May 24 : According to the Nepal Department of Tourism records, over 350 climbers have successfully climbed Mt. Everest – the world’s highest mountain in this spring climbing season. This is the highest number of climbers for Mt. Everest in spring season alone.

Everest measurement team back in Kathmandu

Kathmandu,May 24 : Team sent by the Department of Survey to measure the height of Mount Everest returned to Kathmandu on Thursday. The team summited the mountain on May 22. The Department of Survey is hosting a welcome program for the team on Friday.

Climber Anjali Kulkarni dies on Everest Camp IV

Kathmandu, Ma 23 Indian climber Anjali Kulkarni, 54, has died above Camp IV on Mount Everest on Wednesday. Officials from expedition organiser Arun Trek inform that Kulkarni, a resident of Mumbai, fell ill on the way back from the summit and died on Wednesday. “There was a massive traffic jam on Everest yesterday. She suffered from mountain sickness and energy loss due to the traffic jam around the balcony area of Mount Everest,” says Thupden Sherpa of Arun Treks.

Nepali Team Completes Landmark Survey!

Kathmandu,May 23 : A team of Nepali officials who embarked on Mount Everest trip to measure it has successfully scaled the peak on May 22, 2019. The team reached the peak at 3.15 am local time and began their measuring works that lasted for one hour. “The survey team is now on its way back to the Base Camp after completing the Everest measurement works that lasted for one hour,” said Meera Acharya, Director at the Tourism Department.

Height measurement team reached the top of Everest

Kathmandu, May 22 : A Nepal government team sent to re-measure the height of Mount Everest by the Survey Department has reached its summit on Wednesday morning. Surveyors Khimlal Gautam, Rabin Karki, Suraj Singh Bhandari, and Yuvaraj Dhital reached the top of Everest at 3:15 am on Wednesday. Prakash Joshi Director General at the Survey Department informed that the officials spent an hour there recording signals from satellites. He added that it would take around two months to calculate the...

Kami Rita creates another historical record by climbing Mt Everest for 24th time

Kathmandu,May 21 : Just a week after breaking his own record for most summits on Mt Everest (23rd time), Kami Rita Sherpa has yet achieved another feat by successfully scaling the world’s highest peak again. Managing Director of Seven Summit, Tashi Lakpa Sherpa confirmed that Sherpa stood on top of the peak at 6:38 am today. Sherpa, now 49, for the first time achieved the feat of successfully setting his foot atop Mount Everest in 1994, and has so...


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