Kathmandu. Climber Kami Rita Sherpa has successfully climbed the highest peak of Everest for the 25th time on Friday.
This time he broke the 24th world record by leading a group of people hanging ropes to climb Mt. Everest.
According to the Seven Summit Treks, a team of 12 people including Kami Rita reached the summit of Everest at 6 pm on Friday.
At the same time, Kami Rita has set a record of climbing more than 8,000 feet several times.
He has climbed Mt. Everest for the 25th time, Choyu eight times, Manaslu three times and K2 and Lhotse once each. These are all mountains 8,000 meters above.
The way to climb Mt. Everest is now open as the rope hanging group has been able to hang the rope up to the summit of Mt. Everest. So far, 408 climbers have taken permission to climb Mt. Everest this season.