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Nepal’s mountaineer Kami Rita Sherpa broke her own record by climbing Mount Everest for the 29th time.

Kathmandu. Nepal’s famous mountaineer Kami Rita Sherpa climbed the world’s highest peak Mount Everest for the 29th time on Sunday. In this way he created history by breaking his own record of climbing Everest the most number of times. According to Rakesh Gurung, Director of the Department of Tourism in the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Sherpa (54), an experienced mountaineer, reached the 8,849 meter high peak at 7.25 am local time on Sunday.

Thani Gurgain, a senior official of Nepal’s ‘Seven Summit Treks’, said that Seven Summit Treks had organized this mountaineering program and 20 climbers had participated in it. He conquered Everest on Sunday morning. ‘Seven Summit Treks’ issued a statement saying, “At least 20 climbers of Seven Summit Treks, including Kami, successfully completed the climb of Mount Everest on Sunday morning.” Apart from 13 climbers from Nepal, the mountaineering team includes the rest of the US, Were from Canada and Kazakhstan.

Kami climbed Everest for the first time in 1994. Last year, he had conquered Everest for the 27th and 28th time in the same season and thus became the person to climb Everest the most number of times. According to ‘Republika’ newspaper, last year Pasand Dawa Sherpa of Solukhumbu climbed Mount Everest for the 27th time, but he has not yet decided whether to climb it this season.

Kami, senior mountain guide of ‘Seven Summit Treks’, was born on 17 January 1970. Kami first climbed Mount Everest in 1992. Then he joined as a support staff. Kami has since fearlessly climbed many mountains, including Mount K2, Cho Oyu, Lhotse and Manaslu.

Meanwhile, a famous British mountaineer has climbed the world’s highest mountain for the 18th time. In this way he broke his own record of climbing the highest number of Mount Everest summits by any foreign climber. According to the news of ‘The Himalayan Times’, Kenton Cool of Gloucestershire, South West England also broke his British record for climbing Mount Everest the most number of times.

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