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  Tamang's the unknown Mt Everest summiteers

Part Two


Over 8000 m summiteers

Tirtha Tamang Gorakhani 5 , Solukhumbu

Makalu 8463 m (27,766 ft)

Manaslu 8163 m (26,660 ft)

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft)

Shisapahgma (China) 8035 m (26,289 ft)

Mount Blanc (France)

Gross Lokna (Austria)

Arjun Tamang Gorakhani 7 Solukhumbu

Manaslu 8163 m (26,660 ft)

Makalu 8463 m (27,766 ft)

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft) 2000

Poomori

Gasherbrum (Karakaram/Pakistan) 8035 m (26,360 ft)

 Tul Bahadur Tamang Deusa Bogal Solukhumbu

Dhaulagiri 8167 m (26,795 ft)

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft)

 

Dhanjit Tamang Makalu 8 Shankuwasabha

Manaslu 8163 m (26,660 ft)

Makalu 8463 m (27,766 ft)

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft)

Dhaulagiri 8167 m (26,795 ft)

 

Dhorje Tamang Gorakhani 8 Solukhumbu

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft)

 

Mingmar Tamang Kerung 1 Solukhumbu

K2 (Karakoram, Pakistan) 8611 m (28,250 ft)

 

Mingmar Tamang Kerung 5 Solukhumbu

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft)

 

 Rahar Man Tamang Deusa 6 Solukhumbu

Manaslu 8163 m (26,660 ft) 2001

 

Furba Tamang Gunsa Solukhumbu

Annapurna 1 8091 m (26,545 ft) 2001

 

Lila Bahadur Tamang Kaski Gandaki

Cho Oyu 8201 m (26,906 ft) 1997

 

The Tamang Everest Summiteers

 

Shambu Tamang

Date of Birth 1955, Lhishanku 4 Sindhupalchok

1st youngest Eberest summiteers from South East and twice on Everest

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 1973; NE, 1985; Mt. Blanc, Rosa, Chavino, 1970; Cho – Oyu 1985 

 

(Late) Ang Dawa Tamang

Thrice on Everest

Address: Gorakhani VDC 8, Lapcha, Solukhumbu

Climbed:  Mt. Everest, South East, 1995; S Col, 1996, N Col, 1997 

 

Man Bahadur Tamang

Date of Birth 1963, Salleri 5, Jaidu, Solukhumbu

Thrice on Everest

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 1992; 1994; N Col, 1999 and Putha Hiunchuli (7246 m), 1996

 

Capt. Padam Bahadur Tamang

Date of Birth 1954, Shivalai 2, Ramechhap

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 1988; Tilicho, 1982 and McKinley, 2001 

 

Durge Bahadur Tamang

Date of Birth 1962, Deusa 6, Solukhumbu

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 1993; Cho Oyu (8201 m), 2000; Givi Gela (7350 m); 1995 Ratna Chuli (7035 m), 1996

 

(Late) Musal Kaji Tamang

Address: Gora Khani VDC, Ward No. 08, Lapcha, Solukhumbu

Climbed: Mt. Everest, North Col, May 16, 1995 

 

Krishna Bahadur Tamang

Date of Birth 1968, Kanku 5, Solukhumbu

Twice on Everest

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 1999, N Col, 2002, Ama Dablam (6829 m), 1999, She Shikhar (6139 m), 1995

 

Nima Tamang

Date of Birth 1962, Kerung 1, Solukhumbu

Climbed: Mt. Everest, N Col, 2001

Manaslu  (8163 m), 1997 

 

Tul Bahadur Tamang

Date of Birth 1966, Deusa 6, Solukhumbu

Climbed: Mt. Everest, 2002; Dhaulagiri (8167 m), 1998; Cho Oyu (8201 m), 2000; Annapurna (7525 m), 1998

 

Pasang Tamang

Date of Birth 1968, Deusa 6, Solukhumbu

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 2003; Pumori (6520 m), 1991; Chulu West (6419 m), 1998; Mera Peak (6471 m) 6 times

 

(Late) Bhim Bahadur Gurung (Pakhrin Tamang)

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 2003, Tilciho, McKinley, 2001

 

Devendra Bahadur Tamang

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 2003

 

Shree Bahadur Tamang

Climbed: Mt. Everest, South East, 2003

 

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