Icefall doctors reach Mt Everest Base CampA group of icefall doctors charged with securing a safe route for the mountaineers to scale the world's highest peak has reached Mount Everest base camp.
A group of Icefall doctors charged with securing a safe route for the mountaineers to scale the world's highest peak has reached Mount Everest base camp.
The eight-member team of icefall doctors from Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee reached the base camp on Friday.
They will secure the climbing route from base Camp to Camp 1 and Camp 4.
The Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee as per the agreement signed with the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation sent the team to the open the route, the committee informed through the official Facebook page.
Angkami Sherpa, Angsarki Sherpa, Nimdorje Sherpa, Mingmachiri Sherpa, Yangda Sherpa, Mingma Temba Sherpa, Dawajangbu Sherpa and Nimawangbu Sherpa are in the team.
They will open the route, fix ropes and ladders on the way to the Mount Everest. In addition, other Sherpas will fix ropes from Camp 4.