Nima Zhangmu Sherpa climbs Mount Everest in 10 days through China

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Kathmandu, June 25: Humans first stepped on the summit of the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest 70 years ago. Since then many climbers have made world record by successfully climbing the Mount Everest. Nima Zhangmu Sherpa from Solukhumbu successfully climbed the world’s highest peak Mount Everest in 10 days and became the first woman to reach the top of Mount Everest through the way of China in a short time.

Nima successfully climbed Mount Everest in a short time from China on 24 May, 2024 at 10 AM. Mingma Sherpa, the director of Kalibalaya tax and expedition company, arranged the necessary equipment, all the fees and other expenses to Nima to climb the Mount Everest.

Born in 2045 B.S. at Solukhumbu,Namche-5 Samde, Nima has been working in the trekking field since 2019.She has successfully climbed Lobuche Peak, Island Peak and Ramdung Peak.

Sherpa said that there was no such plan that she would set the world record by reaching the peak of Mount Everest in 10 days. Foreigners have set world records in the field of mountain climbing but recently due to fearless acts like Nima, Nepalese have also managed to set new world records. The development of Nepal tourism can be speeded up if the Nepal government also cooperates with Nepali climbers like Nima.

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