📸@forealmikey "I climbed solo up to the summit of #amadablam had an amazing hour staring at Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse South Face, Makalu, Cho Oyu, Baruntse. Way above the clouds the sun is always out." Follow @everestexperts for more goodness.
Gasping for breath and furiously rubbing my hands to keep warm from the bitter cold while watching the dusk fading away into the dark over this view from Kala Patthar.
Even when Mount Everest was right in front of me, my eyes kept drifting towards this peak called Ama Dablam. Isn't she a beauty?
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As a first Nepalese it's my honor to receive one of the recognized Mountaineering Award named The Piolets d’Or Asia Award also known as Oscar Award of Alpinism, awarded by Mr. Inn Jeoung Lee, President of UAAA on 20 Jan 2019. With this, I have been marked also with the title of “Sherpa of the year – 2019”. I am thankful and would like to dedicate this award to each person and organization for their endless support for me during my entire journey of adventure. Especial, thanks to UAAA and NMA, and also to my friends, journalists, national and international climbers and to those all who motivated and encouraged me.
During my climbing and lifesaving journey, I scaled different 8000m peak for 14 time including Everest 6 times and world’s second highest Peak K2 twice and operated more than 70 of human rescue from the mountains including some from the death zone above 8000m.
I climbed Everest, Lhotse, K2, Makalu, Manaslu and Cho Oyu between 2010 to 2018.
In 2016 me and my team made successfully operated the highest mix rescue human and air from the death zone of Everest from 8600m. This rescue has been considered as one of the highest human powered rescue operation Ever. In 2016 within two months a rescue team lead by me (including my other friend) successfully conducted 52 rescues in Everest Region and all were successful.
Remarkably, I led the rescue operation “highest longline rescue Ever” in Dhualagiri 1, where my team made first human rescue recovery from 7900m Camp III and later sling recovery (long ling) from 7400m.
SO WHATS NEXT ???
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Ah it's good to be back (but also good to went away for a week)! Just a wee bit update of life: @her_journeys and I been away as we were driving around from one city to another with the family. It was a good break! (Gonna post some of the bests on stories). #iphoneonly
photo by @coryrichards of the imposing Ama Dablam peak, dominating the skyline of the Khumbu valley in Nepal. The name translates to Mother's necklace. Ama aka "mother" because it resembles the arms of a mother protecting her children and Dablam is the name for the double pendant necklace that contains pictures of gods, due to the hanging glacier at the top of the mountain. Ama Dablam is often recognized as the world's most beautiful mountain, transcending time and space, bringing one to a realm above. Among clouds and gods 🏔 #eco_nnect#nature#amadablam#nepal
Fairy Ama Dablam (6,856 m) in the night. 🌑Shot from Tengboche village (3,860 m), Everest region, Nepal.
Сказочная Ама Даблам (6,856 м). 🌑Снято с поселка Тенгбоче (3,869 м), район Эвереста, Непал.
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I first knew Ama Dablam because of @beargrylls (I am a fan of him), in 1997, he became the youngest Briton to climb Ama Dablam, a peak once described by Sir Edmund Hillary as "unclimbable". While Edmund Hilary was the first ascender of Mount Everest in 1953, together with Tenzing Norgay.
After you conquered a mountain, don’t forget who walked you through the journey, who carried all your necessities from the bottom to the summit.
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