Kathmandu: Bahrain prince, his highness Sheikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa has successfully climbed Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) on Tuesday morning on May 11, 2021.
According to expedition organizer, Seven Summit Treks and Tourism Department Director Mira Acharya and Chhang Dawa Sherpa from the Everest Base Camp the Bahraini team and Prince Khalifa stepped on the top of Mt Everest at 5:30 a.m to 6:45 a.m in the morning.
This is the first international expedition team to conquer the new altitude (8848.86m) of Mt. Everest. The Bahraini team consisting of 17 team members had arrived in Nepal on 15 March to scale the Mt Everest.
Earlier to this, the rope fixing team of Seven Summit Treks led by the world-famous Everest climber Kami Rita Sherpa had reached the peak of the Mt Everest and broke his own world record, and created a new world record of having scaled Mt Everest for the 25th times.
The Bahrain Prince Khalifa’s team was led by Lakpa Sherpa of Seven Summit Treks during the expedition. Lakpa Sherpa is also another world record holder in climbing the Mt Everest without using oxygen at the age of 19 years.
It has not yet been disclosed that how many members of Bahrain Prince Khalifa’s team successfully reached on the top of Mt Everest.
The team of Prince Khalifa had successfully climbed Lobuche peak and Manaslu Mountain in October 2020 in preparation for the summit of Mt Everest this year.
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