Search Results for Tag: Pemba Dorje Sherpa
The Supreme Court of Nepal, the highest court in the Himalayan state, does not recognize the supposedly fastest ascent of Mount Everest. There was no evidence that Pemba Dorje Sherpa really ascended on 21 May 2004 in just eight hours and 10 minutes from the base camp on the south side of the highest mountain in the world to the summit at 8,850 meters, the court said, adding that there was no summit picture, nor could another climber confirm that Pemba Dorje had been at the top that day. The court said that the record was now back to Lakpa Gelu Sherpa, who had reached the summit on 26 May 2003 in ten hours and 56 minutes.
Date29. November 2017 | 14:38
TagsElisabeth Hawley, Everest speed record, Lakpa Gelu Sherpa, Pemba Dorje Sherpa, Supreme Court of Nepal