Tenjen, Ming Temba, and Pasang Nurbu Sherpa completed ascent of Mt Manaslu
KATHMANDU, Sep 22:Tenjen (Lama) Sherpa, a world record mountaineer and mountain guide, has successfully climbed Mt Manaslu. Ming Temba Sherpa and Pasang Nurbu Sherpa, mountain guides, also successfully climbed Manaslu (8,163 m) without oxygen.
According to the Seven Summit Treks Company, Ming Temba Sherpa and Pasang Nubu Sherpa reached the main peak of Manaslu Mountain at 2 a.m. Tenzen (Lama) Sherpa, a world record climber and mountain guide, successfully climbed Manaslu at 5:45 a.m.
Tenjen (Lama) Sherpa and Norwegian climber Christine Harila achieved a new mountain climbing record. Tenjen and Christine set a new record by climbing 14 summits with a height of 8,000 meters in 92 days, in addition to ascending the world's second highest Mount K2.
Tenzen (Lama) Sherpa, along with Ming Temba Sherpa, was a mountain guide in Pakistan.