Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Nirma Rai Female Trekking Guide

Women Climbers in Annapurna
Eventually, four Nepali women have created history by successfully ascending Mount Annapurna IV. Climbers Munu Gurung of Manang, Nirma Rai of Solukhumbu, Shantikala Rai and Saraswati B.K have reached on the pinnacle of Annapurna IV the elevation of 7525m height. The women climbers have been accompanied by a mountaineering instructor, Tendi Sherpa.
According to the account of Luck Karki, coordinator of the Nepali Women Annapurna Expedition 2011 executive committee, Nima Rai (30) and Shantikala Rai (29) of Solukhumbu, Minu Gurung (24) of Manang and Saraswati B.K of Pokhara climbed the 7,525 meter peak.
Karki stated “The brave ladies climbed the Annapurna IV peak at 5:15 am on Tuesday morning, “We are very proud of the ladies who have been capable of making a name for themselves and Nepalese women climbers”. Tendi Sherpa had given information to Karki about the success. However, Pasang Lahmu Sherpa is the first Nepali women, who climbed the tallest mountain (Mount Everest) in all over the world. Pasang is an idle not only for Nepalese women, but also for throughout the planet.
A press statement released by the committee declares that the women started climbing at 1 am on Tuesday from camp 4 at the elevation of 6,800 meters to reach the summit at 5:15 am.
The ladies climbers had spent about 10 minutes at the summit. They had planned to reach the Annapurna Base Camp by Thursday morning. The climbers began their climbing from Sabechi River in the south face in Manang’s Humde.
Especially, tourism entrepreneurs have become hopeful for further promotion of tourism in Annapurna area in the Travel Nepal 2011 year.

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