Nirmal Praja: What do Nepali climbers say about their K2 head?
The most difficult mountaineering challenge in history was completed on Saturday for the first time in history when a team of ten Nepali climbers managed to climb the world’s second highest mountain, K2, in winter.
Ten Nepali climbers from three different teams started their journey at 1pm last night and reached the peak of K2 at an altitude of 8,611 meters at around 5pm on Saturday.
Seven Summit Tracks, of which Sona Sherpa, a climber, is part of the team, confirmed the feat by tweeting on the occasion.
On the other hand, according to the Alpine Clip of Pakistan, Sergei Mangot, an assistant leader of Seven Summit Tracks from Spain, was killed on his way from Camp One to Base Camp.