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A three-member rope fixing team successfully reached the summit of Mt Ama Dablam, becoming the first team of the season to stand atop the 6,812 metre-peak in Khumbu region of eastern Nepal, according to the expedition organiser.
Iswari Paudel, Managing Director at Himalayan Guides Nepal Pvt Ltd, said that Pemba Sherpa from Solukhumbu, Pasang Tenjing Sherpa from Sankhuwasabha and Siddi Bahadur Tamang of Dolakha reached the summit of the mountain at 3:20 pm, fixing the ropes from Camp II.
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