Nepalayatimes/Nepal Scale Everest First Time
Kathmandu – Height measurement team included two government surveyors and other Sherpa climbers successfully scaled the world’s highest mountain Everest and collecting the data for the measurement of the height of Mt Everest in this morning (22nd May 2019).
As per the information of Babu Sherpa, Managing Director at Peak Promotion Pvt. Ltd, team leader of the Everest Height measurement Expedition Khim Lal Gautam and Rabin Karki, a member of the team summit point at around 3:15 am today.
Three Sherpa climbers have supported to the team of two surveyors, he said and adding that Chhiring Jangbu Sherpa, Dawa Sherpa, and Lakpa Thindu Sherpa also scaled the mountain guiding the height measurement team.
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The Department of Survey will analyze the data collected by the surveyors to reveal the actual height of Mt Everest, Susheel Dangol, Chief Survey Officer at DoS said. It would take a few months to calculate the date, he added.
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