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Nima Gyalzen Sherpa ( Executive Director )

Born on August 9, 1985, in Rollwaling, Gaurishankar VDC of Dolakha District, Nima Gyalzen Sherpa is recognized, mountaineer of Nepal. Known for his sense of responsibility and honesty, he was born and brought up at an altitude of 4200 m. Because of his origins, he grew up with the feeling of affinity with the Himalayas. Currently, he is the Executive Director of Sherpa Khangri Outdoor (P) Ltd, a newly formed trekking and expedition agency. His career as a mountaineer began after he successfully ascended of Phacherma peak (6187m) in 2003. Sixth among eleven children (seven brothers and four sisters) to his father Tshering Norbu and mother Kinjum Sherpa, Nima Gyalzen Sherpa has successfully conquered world's highest peak Mt. Everest 8848m, 6 times (thrice from Northside and thrice from Southside).

Sherpa, who is not only passionate but also holds high regards for mountaineering has reached the top of Mt. Manasalu (8163m) four times and twice on the top of Mt. Cho Oyu (8201m), and Mt. Amadabalam (6812m). His other successful ascents include Mt. Lhotse (8516m), Mt. Shishapangma (8012m), and Mt. Annapurna I (8091m). On October 2014, he climbed the Mt. Himlung (7526m) and recently, on the spring of October, Mt. Mustagata (7546m - China). Continuing his mountaineering journey, he scaled the altitude of 8200m while climbing atop Mt. Kanchanjunga on 2012.  Beside these heroic achievements, Nima has also climbed Mera Peak, Island Peak, Lobuche Peak, Ramdung Peak and Chulu East Peak, all of which are above 6000m.

For his outstanding achievements in the field of mountaineering, Government of Nepal honored him with the title "Honorary Goodwill Ambassador" for “Nepal Tourism Year 2011".

Climbing Experiences: 

S.No.

Mountain’s Name

Height

Conquered Date

Remarks

1.

Mt. Everest

8,848m

2 June 2005

 

2.

Mt. Everest (West Reach)

8,848m

21 May 2006

8,100m

3.

Mt. Everest

8,848m

17 May 2007

 

4.

Mt. Everest

8,848m

21 May 2008

 

5.

Mt. Everest

8,848m

19 May 2009

 

6.

Mt. Everest

8,848m

18 May 2012

 

7.

Mt. Lhoste

8,516m

25 May 2012

 

8.

Mt. Manaslu

8,163m

30 Sep 2010

 

9.

Mt. Manaslu

8,163m

29 April 2011

 

10.

Mt. Manaslu

8,163m

04 Oct 2011

 

11.

Mt. Manaslu

8,163m

26 Sep 2014

 

12.

Mt. Cho Oyu

8,201m

24 Sep 2007

 

13.

Mt. Cho Oyu

8,201m

27 Sep 2009

 

14.

Mt. Annapurna I

8,091m

24 March 2015

 

15.

Mt. Sisapangma

8,012m

10 Sep 2004

 

16.

Mt. Mustagata

7,546m

26 July 2015

 

17.

Mt. Himlung

7,126m

26 Oct 2014

 

18.

Mt. Amadablam

6,812m

14 Jan 2011

 

19.

Mt. Amadablam

6,812m

25 Oct 2011