alaya Expedition Co, by Thursday morning, 12 climbers from the company and 21 mou
ntaineering guides successfully reached the summit of the mountain from the northern slope.
Tsering Samdrub, general manger of the company, said with significa
nt training long for 43 days, 12 Chinese climbers made it to the summit.
“The weather on Thursday was so nice. Thanks to this, the climbers were all in very good
condition,” said Tsering Samdrub, commander-in-chief of ongoing spring climbing.
“Hampered by weather factors this year, the final climbing period to the summit was later than the previous year, and clim
bers from different countries all take this opportunity to complete their climbing,” said Samdrub.
Samdrub also said more than 200 climbers are huddled together, which has led to one-two hour postponements of climbing times.