KATHMANDU, MAY 24
Danielle Wolfson has become the first woman from Israel to scale Mt Everest this season.
According to Gyanendra Shrestha, an official at the base camp, Wolfson, along with Dawa Temba Sherpa from the Seven Summits Club, stood atop the world's highest peak at around 9:30 am on Sunday.
She was part of the Seven Summits Club expedition led by Alexander Abramov. Abramov also scaled the mountain for the 11th time.
From the same team, Eduard Kubatov also scaled Mt Everest becoming the second climber from Kyrgyzstan to have stood atop the mountain.
Anna Permilovskaya, Mikhail Mikhayev, George Shulepov and Dmitry Livanov from Russia also scaled Mt Everest, Mingma Gelu Sherpa, Managing Director at Seven Summits Club, shared.