KATHMANDU, SEPTEMBER 25
At least 20 climbers successfully stood atop the world's eighth highest mountain this morning after rope-fixing Sherpas from the Seven Summit Treks opened a climbing route to the summit of Mt Manaslu yesterday.
According to Mingma Sherpa, Chairman at Seven Summit Treks, Shehroze Kashif along with other climbers stood atop the summit of Mt Manaslu. Shehroze has become the youngest Pakistani to scale 8,163-meter mountain, he added.
Expedition Director Tashi Lakpa Sherpa from the SST shared from the base camp that six members and six Sherpas successfully summited the mountain early this morning.
Ratan Singh Sonal and Anoop Kumar from India, ChangHan Youn from South Korea, Martin Pierre Pollet from France and Dorota Lidia from Poland along with Mingma Tenji Sherpa, Mingdorchi Sherpa, Namjya Bhote, Phurba Ongdi Sherpa, Pasang Tenji Sherpa and Dawa Nurbu Sherpa also scaled the mountain, he shared.
Six climbers of Pioneer Manaslu Expedition 2021 also scaled Mt Manaslu this morning, according to Pasang Sherpa, Chatman at Pioneer Adventures Pvt Ltd under the leadership of Mingma Dorchi Sherpa, Bruno Magnus, Zsuz Sanna, Diki Lhamu Sherpa, Chhiring Namgel Sherpa and Tashi Sherpa stood atop the mountain, Sherpa quoted sirdar Nga Tenji Sherpa as saying from the base camp. "Our second team will make an attempt in between 26-28 September," he shared.