Earlier, Kami Rita Sherpa reached Mount Everest for 23rd time on May 15
They first climbed the world's highest peak in 1994
Kathmandu Nepali climber Rita Sherpa broke her own record of climbing Mount Everest for a second time in a week. They reached the 24th time on the world's highest peak. They are the only mountaineers in the world to do this. On May 15, he reached Mount Everest for the 23rd time. For the first time in 1994, 25-year-olds reached this peak.
Kami Mount K-2, even after climbing Cha-Ou and Annapurna
According to officials of the base camp, Kami started climbing on Monday night. They reached the highest peak at 6:38 p.m. on Tuesday morning. Kami has climbed Mount Everest as well as K-2, Cho-OU, Lowe and Annapoorna.
50-year-old Kami is the resident of Thame village of Solukkhumbu district. He said, "I want to climb this peak at least 25 times or more." So far this year nearly 1000 people have climbed this peak.