News & Events 2006
World Records by Himalayan Guides for spring 2006
- Mr. Lakpa Tharke Sherpa of Khumjung – 5 scaled Mt. Everest and put off the clothes for three minutes on the summit. He also hugged the picture of the “Peace is the gateway of heaven, actually he is very much worried about the violent situation in Nepal.
- First British Resident Staff of British Embassy Ms. Serena Brocklebank (39 yrs), scaled world’s highest peak Mt. Everest (8850 m.) on 18th May 2006 to become the first diplomat to scale Mt. Everest. She reach the summit under the Himalayan Guides Nepal.She followed the footstep of her grandfather, who tried to summit on 1933.
- Mr. Luis Benetez of USA scaled Mt. Everest on 25th May 2006 to become the first American to summit Everest 5th time.
- Mr. Andreas Botha on the age of 67 year from Canada scaled Mt. Everest on 19th May 2006. He became the oldest Canadian to Summit world’s highest peak under Himalayan Guides Nepal.
- Mr. Ben Clowes and Mr. Tom Clowes of England scaled Mt. Everest to become first British brothers to summit world’s highest peak together.
- Two Britsh Mr. James Hooper and Mr. Robert Gaullett break the record of the youngest British to scale Mt. Everest. They were 19 years 7 days and 19 years 19 days respectively when the reached the summit.
- Mr. Stu Peackok scaled Mt. Everest from Tibet side twice to become the first British. He is the leader for Adventure Peaks.
- Mr. Chuldim Sherpa scaled Mt. Everest for 11th time under the Himalayan Guides Nepal.
- Two Sherpa Mr. Pasang Dawa Sherpa and Mr. Lakpa Thundu Sherpa scaled Mt. Everest twice in the same season.
- WFP, UN field officer Mr. Mark Squirrel scaled Mt. Everest to become the first UN official to reach the summit.
- Mr. Phurba Rita Bhote father and Mr. Pasang Bhote son of Chepua – 1, Nepal scaled Mt. Everest together making the new world record reaching the summit together.
Himalayan Guides is proud to announce that 59 summiteers of Himalayan Guides Nepal successfully Scaled Mt. Everest (8848 M.) high, world's highest peak.