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Re: China to Measure Height of Mt. Everest

by Diego Sahagún » Tue May 26, 2020 11:03 am

"Everest 2020 summit Update:
A team of rope fixing Chinese climbers today scaled the world’s highest peak opening a climbing route to the top of Mt Everest from the northern side.

The team reached the top of the world at around 2:25 pm by fixing ropes above 8,300 m on Tuesday, according to a source at the base camp.

The rope fixing team members include Dorjee Tsering, Tenzing Norbu, Dunpa, Tashi Gombu, Tsering Norbu and Dorjee, said an official.
At least 31 climbers comprising general members and six surveyors will attempt to scale the mountain in a day or two after the team fixed ropes to the summit point, official added.

Following the COVID-19 crisis across the globe, China has, however, allowed its nationals to attempt to climb the world’s highest peak from Tibet side in the spring season. China’s Ministry of National Resources has also sent a team of 53 surveyors to measure the height of the world’s highest peak".

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Re: China to Measure Height of Mt. Everest

by Cy Kaicener » Thu May 28, 2020 3:03 am

https://myrepublica.nagariknetwork.com/ ... est-china/
It may take two to three months for scientists to calculate and release exact height of Mount Everest: China


https://abenteuer-berg.de/en/chinese-su ... t-everest/ -- Srefan Nestler -- Chinese surveyors on the summit of Mt Everest


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