Who doesn’t know Mount Everest? A mountain located on the border of Nepal and Tibet has a height of 8,848 meters. The highest mountain in the world is undoubtedly attracting attention for every circle to be able to conquer it. Climbing Mount Everest is like beating an opponent in a Joker123 match, the feeling is priceless and undoubtedly joyful.
Considering that Everest is the highest mountain in the world, sure to reach the peak must pass many obstacles. For example, climbers must protect themselves from dangerous Himalayan spiders because they have deadly poisons.
Not to mention this mountain many casualties. The causes are varied, ranging from storms, oxygen deprivation, hypothermia, to disease at altitude or altitude Mountain Sickness (AMS).
Despite having to be prepared for everything that happens, this does not make a woman named Lhakpa Sherpa afraid. The 42-year-old woman in 2016 managed to break the record as the woman who reached the top of Mount Everest the most.
The woman who works at the 7-Eleven store in Connecticut reached the summit of Mount Everest via the Tibetan route. Noted she had successfully conquered the mountain seven times, this height continues to grow.
Reported by the Telegraph, this woman from Nepal grew up with 11 other siblings. “Even though I have seven sisters, my mother said that I look like a boy. Whatever I do, I do it,” she said, the mother of three children.
Lhakpa, the conqueror of Everest, was indeed already familiar with the Himalayan Mountains region. She comes from the Ethnic Sherpas, who live at the foot of the Himalayas.
She first climbed in 2000 ago and met with her husband. Then they both returned to climbing five times in the period between 2001 and 2006.
At that time, she climbed Everest when her first child was eight months old. Furthermore, she returned to wrestling with the mountain when she was two months pregnant with her second child.
However, unfortunately, the relationship with her husband was not as smooth as her journey to Everest. Herself and the husband officially separated in 2015.
Apparently, in addition to being able to conquer Everest, she had also climbed K2 in Pakistan. Although K2 is not as high as Everest, K2 is known to have a difficult terrain.