The record holder Climber Chatur Tamang has succeeded in climbing the Amadablam Mountain.
He and another climber Kostya Sukhodeev climbed together to the top of Ama-Dablam. Chatur Tamang wrote on his Facebook page that “High-altitude technical mountaineering is not an easy thing, but we did it with a bang”.
The hieght of the Amadablam mountain is 6812 metres. They started at 11 pm from the second camp, stood at the top at 8 am.
He already summited 18 8000th meters, 7 times Everest and did the Everest/Lhotse Travers within one week.
Nepalese mountaineer Chatur Tamang, who has successfully climbed Mount Elbrus, Europe’s largest mountain, 143 times, has succeeded in Manaslu Mountain in one month ago.