Belarus: First Lady Ala Kasabutskaya, Becomes It’s First Woman to Scale Mt. Everest

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Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Ala Kasabutskaya has succeeded in becoming the first woman of Belarus to scale Mt Everest.

Kasabutskaya, who is also the first lady of Belarus scaled the Mt.Everest on Sunday morning and completed her summit at 5:45 am, according to Pasang Sherpa, Chairman at Pioneer Adventure Pvt Ltd.

She was accompanied by Mingma Dorchi Sherpa from Pioneer Adventure.

Also, the same morning Olga Tapordei From Moldova along with Lakpa Gyaljen Sherpa also reached the summit at 7:30 am.

They were both a part of Pioneer Adventure.

Likewise, Pasang Lhamu Sherpa Ankita and Sanu Sherpa have successfully reached the summit of Mount Lhotse at 7 am Sunday morning.

More climbers were headed to the summit of Mt Everest and Mt Lhotse as they found a clear window, Gyanendra Shrestha, liaison officer at the base camp said.

Rishi Bhandari, Managing Director at Satori Adventures Pvt Ltd shared that a group of climbers from his company also scaled the world’s highest peak the same morning.

Following are the list of Members and Sherpa who have successfully reach the Everest summit.

1. Valentyn – Ukraine

2. Sambhaji – India

3. Deepak – India

4. Olga – Moldova

5. Iryna – Ukraine

6. Adel – Morocco

List of Sherpa:

Danuru Sherpa (Dhobhane 09)

Pema Tashi Sherpa (Makalu 02)

Pemba Dorchee Sherpa (Makalu 02)

Nima Tashi Sherpa (Makalu 02)

Lakpa Thinduk Sherpa (Makalu 02)

Lakpa Gyaljen Sherpa (Makalu 02)

Nawang Sherpa (Makalu 01)

Urken Sherpa (Makalu 02)

As Covid-19 has hampered the tourism industry of Nepal, such expeditions bring wind of happiness to all.