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Nepalese and American friendly mountain climbing

2023 Apr 12, 14:35,

It has been 60 years since an American climber set foot on Mount Everest, the world's highest peak. On May 1, 1960, James W. Whittaker reached the summit of Mount Everest as the first American.

On the occasion of its Diamond Jubilee, Nepalese and American climbers are going to climb Denali, the highest mountain in North America. The mountain is 6190 meters high.

Relations between Nepal and America have been developing since 1947.

In the year 2022, a joint mountaineering team of Nepalese and Americans climbed the Denali Mountain. At that time, the climbers went carrying the flag that marked the 75th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Nepal and America.

Pasang Phurba Sherpa is leading the joint mountain climbing team from Nepal. The American side is led by Mark Parella.

 World record climbers also participate in the team.

Lakpa Dandy Sherpa, who is part of the team, has climbed Mt. Everest three times in 10 days. Thaneshwar Guragai, who is going to participate in climbing, has set world records in various categories

He has successfully climbed Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe.

Mingma Tenji Sherpa is one of the Sherpas who climbed Mt K2 in winter. Another experienced climber, Chiring Pemba is a certified International Guide of Federation of Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA).

Pemba Nuru Sherpa has climbed various mountains including Everest.

Pasang Gelu Sherpa has also climbed mountains like Everest. Similarly, Gelje Sherpa is known as an experienced guide and climber.


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