They are Nepalese
mountaineers having an independent Everest expedition team from North ridge.
The following are the expedition members.
1. Mr Khil Bahadur Thapa is
ex British army & he is quit fit & enough strong to climb the Mt Everest.
2. Mr Endra Bahadur Rai is doing the profession as a Trekking &
mountaineering guide since several years. He is White water rafting guide as
well. He already climbed the Mera peak (6654m), Island peak (6160m) & other
more trekking peaks in Nepal.
They departed from KTM on
15th of April 2006 via Zangmu. At the moment they are doing up & down for
the acclimatization propose. They have planed to reach on the 7900 meters
(north col) on 5th May 2006 & stay over night there. The proposed to climb
the Mt Everest is adventure awareness for the youth. Both of the members are
supporting by Climbing Sherpa Mr Dawa Norbu Sherpa.
They are trying their first
summit attempt on 14 & 15th of may 2006.
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