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February 28, 2022

Blind climber Amit to make second spring attempt on Mt Everest

Kathmandu: Amit KC, a climber from the Banglung district, who is visually impaired is reported to have been preparing to attempt Mt Everest this spring season for the second time.

KC had retreated from his expedition to Mt Everest last spring after he reached the South Col owing to unpredictable weather conditions. However, he has not given up his hope to climb again.

In a press meet held on Sunday, KC shared his dream to vanquish the world’s highest peak in his second-time attempt this spring.

KC has already climbed three peaks with a height of 6,000 meters such as Island peak, Mera peak, and Lobuche peak. He has called upon all concerned to support him in his daring and adventurous enterprise that he has been taken up.

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