World Record Mountaineer Kami Rita Sherpa to Scale Mount Everest for 28th Time
World record mountaineer Kami Rita Sherpa is going to climb Mount Everest for the 28th Time. Sherpa, who set a world record by successfully climbing Mount Everest for the 27th Time, has started preparations for climbing Mount Everest for the 28th Time from tomorrow.
Kamirita Sherpa, a resident of Thame in Khumbu Pasanglhamu Rural Municipality, is a 53-year-old mountaineer with an extraordinary record. He has successfully climbed Mount Everest 27 times, Cho Oyu three times, triumphed over Lhotse once, and climbed Mount K2 once.
In fact, Kami Rita Sherpa has achieved the remarkable feat of ascending the world’s highest peaks an impressive total of 39 times.
He had previously successfully ascended Mount Everest twice within three seasons. As the selected Sherpa responsible for fixing ropes up to the summit, he accomplished the remarkable feat of scaling Mount Everest twice simultaneously in the years 2009, 2010, and 2013.
Kamirita Sherpa believes that his expeditions to Mount Everest play a vital role in promoting Nepal’s tourism sector.
In 2019, he achieved the incredible feat of climbing Mount Everest two times within a span of just six days. Additionally, he carried the leadership role in guiding the installation of ropes from Camp-2 to the peak of Everest in both 2021 and 2022.
During this season, he achieved yet another victory by successfully reaching the summit of Mount Everest on Wednesday, May 17, 2023, marking an incredible milestone of his 27th successful ascent.
Currently, Kami Rita is making preparations for his 28th ascent of Mount Everest, and if weather conditions are favorable, he plans to start the climb on Tuesday.
On May 13, 1994, the Sherpa achieved his first summit of Mount Everest, marking a significant milestone in his mountaineering career.