7-Eleven workman becomes initial lady to stand Everest 7 times


KATHMANDU A 42-year-old lady innate in Nepal climbed Mount Everest for a seventh time on Friday, violation her possess record for a many summits of a world’s tip towering by any woman, a hiking central said.

Lhakpa Sherpa, who works in a 7-Eleven store in Connecticut, reached a 8,850-meter (29,035-foot) rise from a Tibetan side, pronounced Rajiv Shrestha of a 7 Summits Adventure association that orderly her expedition.

“She has damaged her possess record,” Shrestha told Reuters. She was accompanied to a tip by a Nepali guide.

Three hours later, 8 members of a Russian group and 8 of guides also climbed from a same northern route, he said.

Lhakpa Sherpa, one of a 11 children of a Nepali family, was innate in eastern Sankhuwasabha district where a world’s fifth tip mountain, Makalu, is located.

Two other Sherpa climbers share between them a record for 21 ascents of Everest, a limit climbs by men.

More than 330 climbers have climbed Everest from a Nepali side this month after expeditions were forced off a world’s tallest rise by final year’s harmful trembler that killed during slightest 18 people during Base Camp.

In total, 9,000 people were killed opposite Nepal in a 7.8 bulk quake, a misfortune disaster in a country’s available history.

(Reporting by Gopal Sharma; Editing by Douglas Busvine and Nick Macfie)


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