Top performance: sherpa for 22nd time at summit Mount Everest
kathmandu - Sherpa veteran Kami Rita (48) has reached the summit of Mount Everest for the 22nd time in his career as a mountain guide. He is now only record holder. The Nepalese Ministry of Tourism announced this on Wednesday. The routinier stood in the morning with a group of Chinese people on top of the highest mountain on earth, on the border of Nepal and Tibet.
Kami Rita first had the pleasure in 1994 to reach the roof of the world at 8848 meters. He does not think of stopping for the time being, he said before leaving the base camp for the record attempt. ' I still feel fit. I think I can get the 25 ''. Two other members of the Sherpa people won the top 21 times.
Hundreds of mountaineers try to replicate this every spring in the relatively favorable months of April and May in terms of weather conditions. So far, more than 5,000 people have succeeded, but hundreds have also made their way to the top.
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