11 Мая, 09:23
Early today, between 5:30 and 6:45 am Nepal time, Bahrain’s prince, Sheikh Mohammed Hamad Mohammed Al Khalifa, his team of Royal Guards and their Sherpa guides summited Everest. The expedition was led by Seven Summit CEO, Tashi Lakpa Sherpa. Even for an Everest push, the team set off from Camp 4 rather early. They started before 9 pm and climbed through the night. That must have meant progressing in very low temperatures but granted a summit at sunrise, without crowds. Young Shehroze Kashif accompanied the Bahraini team. At 19, he becomes the youngest Pakistani to reach the summit of Everest. Hopefully, he will not be the last this week. Sirbaz Khan, aiming for the 14x8000ers and who recently summited Annapurna (one of the few without O2), is currently on his way to Camp 4. He will make a summit bid...
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