May 8, Kathmandu: Kamirita Sherpa has scaled Sagarmatha (Mt Everest) for the record 25th times on Friday evening.
Director at the Department of Tourism, Mira Acharya had informed from the Everest Base Camp about the record summit of Kamirita Sherpa.
Acharya also informed that the team of 12 Ice-fall Doctors led by Kamirita Sherpa reached the top of the highest mountain in the world on Fridayevening.
She said that a successful ascent of the 8,848.86 meters mountain by Kamirita and his rope-fixing team has given a positive message that mountaineering in Nepal was safe in such distressful time due to Covid-19.
Those in the rope-fixing team who climbed Sagarmatha along with Kamirita are Tenzing Sherpa, Mingma Tenzing Sherpa, Mingma Dorje Sherpa, Furtenzi Sherpa, Lhakpa Norbu Sherpa, Phurba Tshering Sherpa, Tsheten Dorje Sherpa and Tenzing Gyalzen Sherpa and Phurba Kusnga Sherpa.