Monday, May 27, 2024
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Kami Rita Sherpa makes 29th Everest Summit


Kami Rita Sherpa has today reached the top of Mount Everest for a record 29th time.

His team, Seven Summit Treks announced the news this morning;

“Congratulations to Kami Rita Sherpa senior guide at Seven Summit Treks for the 29th successful ascent of Mt. Everest this morning at 7:25am.

This ascent earns Kami Rita the title of ‘Most Successful Ascent of Mt. Everest by an Individual.”

Kami Rita Sherpa is a native of Thame village in Solukhumbu, Nepal and is currently working as Senior Guide at Seven Summit Treks.

He has dedicated his life to mountaineering and has become synonymous with the world’s highest peak, Everest.

Born on January 17, 1970, he developed a deep passion for climbing from a young age and has been scaling mountains for over two decades.

His mountaineering journey began in 1992 when he joined an expedition to Everest as a support staff member. Since then, Kami Rita has fearlessly embarked on numerous expeditions, summiting Everest a record number of times.

Kami Rita’s achievements extend beyond Everest, as he has also conquered other formidable peaks, including K2, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, and Manaslu.