Our climbing Sherpas

Fur Kancha, one of our top climbing Sherpa’s below. I missed his picture the other day. Also again, are Kami Rita, and Ang Nuru. They are the best of the best!

Our three climbing Sherpa’s with us on Cho Oyu are incredibly strong, hardworking, gracious people, and our friends. They’ve been working with Alpine Ascents for many years and I’ve personally worked with all three of them multiple times on Everest basecamp treks, Island Peak, Everest, and Cho Oyu. Between the three they have 30+ summits of Everest, multiple summits of Cho Oyu, and many other peaks. This summer Fur Kancha and Kami Rita both summited K2. These are some of the best in the industry, our friends, and grateful they are here climbing with us on Cho Oyu. We wouldn’t be able to do it without them!

Today we are resting after our big day yesterday. Thanks for following!

Ben

Fur Kancha

Kami Rita

Ang Nuru

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