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The Sherpas of Everest Series: Nga Temba Sherpa


Nga Sherpa summited Everest on May 10, 1993 via the standard south east ridge route on the Indo-Nepalese Women Everest Expedition. Next on Oct 7, 1983 on the Himalayan Kingdom Everest Expedition again via the standard south east ridge route. Next on May 8th, 1994 via the South Pillar with the Aichi Gakuin Univ. Everest Expedition. His fourth summit came on May 17, 1996 via the standard north east ridge route on the RUACEE'96 expedition. His fifth summit came on the TELEKOM Malaysia Everest Expd. 1997 via the South East Ridge on May 23, 1997. Then number 6 on the Showa Sangaku-Kai Everest Expd. 1998 at age 42 on May 18th, 1998 via the standard North East Ridge route.

Number 7 on the American Everest Expedition 1999 on May 5, 1999 via the standard south east ridge route. Next came his 8th summit of Everest on the British North Everest Expedition via the standard north east ridge route.

In 2003 Nga Temba Sherpa, who is from Juving-9 Sikly, Solukhumbu, Nepal, is assisting the Japanese group Yuichiro Miura.

 
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