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 New Records & Remarkable Summits on Mt. Everest (8,848 m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516 m)


The Indian Team of Eco Everest Expedition 2011 reached the highest point on this earth, the Mt. Everest(8,848 m) on 20 May. The team members were Mrs. Premlata Agrawal, Ms Sunita Singh, Ms Sushma  Kaushik, Mr. Pawan Grewal, Mr. Narinder Singh and Mr. Vikash Kaushik. In today's summit list are also Mr. Rodrigo Raineri of Brazil, and Asian Trekking's Eco Lhotse Exp. 2011 member Mr. Arjun Vajpai of India who summited the 4th highest peak on this planet, the Mt. Lhotse (8,548 m). Asian Trekking's Int. Dream Everest Exp. 2011 member Mr. Abdulkhalim Elmezov of Russia to summit Everest from North Side (Tibet) Asian Trekking family extends our hearty congratulations to all the summiteers.

Arjun Vajpai–Naga Dorje Sherpa, Nawangle Sherpa and Nima Tshering Sherpa at 08:15 am

Sunita Singh– Nima Kancha Sherpa and Sonam Tashi Sherpa at 08:25 am

Premlata Agrawal – Tshering Phinjo Sherpa and Kalden Sherpa at 09:35 am

Rodrigo Raineri – Kami Tshering Sherpa at 09:55 am

Sushma – Tenzing Dorjee Sherpa at 10:25 am

Vikas Kaushik – Lhakpa Nuru Sherpa at 10:25 am

Pawan Grewal – Pemba Tshering (Maila) Sherpa and Passang Temba Sherpa at 11:00 am

Narinder Singh – Sonam Tshering Sherpa at 11:30 am

Remarkable climbs and new records:


1. Arjun Vajpai (17 yrs 11mths) the youngest India Everest summiteer who climbed Mt. Everest with Asian Trekking's Eco Everest Expedition 2010 at the age of 16 year 11 months is now also the youngest Mt. Lhotse summiteer. Earlier Ms.Tamara Lunger of Italy was the youngest Lhotse Summit record holder who summitted Spring 2010 at the age of 23 years old.
 

2. Mr. Vikash Kaushik (24 yrs) and Mrs. Sushma (32 yrs ) are the first Indian Couple to summit Mt. Everest, probably the yougest couple in the world.

3. Premlata Agrawal (48yrs) became the Oldest Women to summit Mt. Everest from India.
Regards,

Ang Tshering Sherpa
Asian Trekking (Pvt.) Ltd.

 

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