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 The Sherpas of Everest Series: Pemba Dorje Sherpa

Pemba Dorje Sherpa summited Everest via the standard south east ridge route twice. First on Oct 6, 1990 on the South Korean/Japanese expedition and again on May 23rd, 2001 when he reached the summit with James Todd Sampson (Canadian). The Ministry reported at the time of his 2001 summit that he was 40 years old and from Khumjung-8, Pangboche, Solukhumbu, Nepal. His third summit was on 5/22/2003 on the Chinese expedition led by Wang Yong-Feng. He also summited Lhotse on 5/16/2002.

Khumjung-8, Pangboche, Solukhumbu, Nepal

 

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