Temba Tsheri Sherpa encourages everybody to find their own Everest and work towards reaching the top – just like he did, one step at a time!
Tenzing Norgay, the sherpa who climbed Mt. Everest with Edmund Hillary in 1953, appears as a contestant in this 1964 segment from “To Tell the Truth” with host Bud Collyer and panelists Tom Poston, Sally Ann Howes, Abe Burrows, and Kitty Carlisle.
Until now, the real stories have not been told of Tenzing Norgay and the Sherpa people. Until now the credit for success on the mountains has not been given where the credit is due. Tenzing Norgay never climbed for fortune and fame as so many other people do today. He climbed for the same reasons … Continue reading Sherpa ‘The Untold Story of Tenzing Norgay’
Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar top the list of six best trekking routes in the world as published by UK newspaper The Daily Mail and World Expeditions.
Nisha Adhikari became the first Nepali actress to scale Mt. Everest on May 21, Tuesday when she successfully climbed to the summit of the highest peak in the world.
A British mountaineer´s interview with the BBC on his smartphone from the top of Mount Everest has stirred controversy with the Nepalese government calling the broadcast “illegal”, officials said Monday.
Nepali cine artiste Arjun Karki has set out to climb Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest). The actor left for his expedition to the highest peak in the world on Monday.
Nepali mountaineer Chhurim entered the Guinness Book of World Records by scaling Mount Everest twice in the same climbing season with only a difference of week.
The beauty and greatness of the Himalayas has left people wonderstruck since ancient times and it is also known as the abode of the gods. It is easy to understand why many people from all over the globe throng our country to climb the great peaks. There are many great personalities from our own country, who have scaled the treacherous peaks numerous times for the love of adventure.
Nearly 2000 people, including many foreign tourists, are stranded in the foothills of Mount Everest due to adverse weather conditions that have halted flights from Kathmandu. Surke is a two-hour walk below Lukla and stands at an altitude of 7,511ft.
British ultrarunner Dr Elizabeth Hawker, who had set a world record in 2007 after completing a trail, running from the Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu in 3 days, 2 hours and 36 minutes, is in Kathmandu to do it once again two weeks later.
Everest hero’s second wife, Lady June Hillary, resigns as chair of trust he set up to help the sherpas of Nepal