Kathmandu: Nima Rinji Sherpa (17) has become the youngest climber to complete his 10th peak above 8,000m by ascending the Cho Oyu on 6th October morning, according to Chhang Dawa Sherpa, Expedition Director at Seven Summit Treks.
Similarly, Pakistani climber Shehroze Kashif also created the history by climbing 13 peaks at the age of 21, by scaling Cho Oyu along with Nima Rinji said the sources.
Nima Rinji along with his other counterpart climbers including Shehroze reached atop 8,188 m high Cho Oyu yesterday morning at around 4:30 am.
Pasang Nurbu Sherpa and Mingtemba Sherpa have also summted the Cho Oyu without using supplemental oxygen.
Likewise, another Nepali mountaineer Gelje Sherpa also scaled Cho Oyu guiding his climbing partner British woman Adriana Brownlee. Gelje Sherpa completed his 14th peak above 8000, while Adriana completed her 13th peak above 8000m.
Similarly, another Taiwanese woman climber Tseng Ko Erh aka Grace also completed her 13th peak as she along with Lakpa Nuru Sherpa and Dawa Nurbu Sherpa stood atop the Cho Oyu yesterday morning.
Among the climbers, Polish climber Dorota Lidia and Russian woman Alina Pekova also scaled Cho Oyu to compelete their ascent of 14 peaks above 8000m, according to the sources.
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