Updates, News, Achievements, and Fatalities of Everest Climbing in 2024.

Currently, the situation at Everest is quite chaotic. There is a sense of urgency, breaking records, experiencing excitement, and facing danger. The climbers at Everest in 2024 are immersed in a world where life, triumph, and tragedy coexist. Let us delve into the ongoing events among these brave individuals.

The permit for climbing Mount Everest has been approved for the year 2024.

Based on reports from the new media, approximately 414 permits for Everest Climbing have been issued for the year 2024. The exact figure is still pending confirmation, as the government has not made any official announcements regarding Everest permits. The new media, however, asserts that the number stands at 414. Nearly 500 Nepalese climbers, including Sherpas, porters, and climbers, have obtained permits for Everest Climbing in 2024. Therefore, it is anticipated that over 900 individuals will reach the summit this year.

Note: The figure falls just below the 478 foreign climbers who were granted permits to ascend Everest in 2023. This development is positive as Everest has experienced significant overcrowding recently, prompting the government to implement restrictions on the number of hikers for the 2024 season.

How many people have climber Mt. Everest in 2024

As of May 21st, 2024, it is estimated that 268 individuals out of the 900 climbers may have successfully ascended Everest. The official report is still pending, therefore we must await confirmation on the number of climbers who were able to reach the summit and those who had to abandon their expedition midway. The climbing season for Everest 2024 spans from April 7th to May 31st, 2024.

Rope fixing was completed on the May 10th 

On May 10th, the Everest Summit Expedition 2024 witnessed a successful climb by a team of 10 climbers, marking the commencement of the climbers’ season. The leadership of this team was entrusted to Seven Summit Treks. For more information about these climbers, you can refer to the details available Here.

2024 Everest Climbing Update.

Kami Rita Sherpa has achieved a remarkable feat by successfully climbing Mount Everest for the 30th time, setting a new record in the history of Everest expeditions.

Kami Rita Sherpa achieved a world record for the “highest number of climbs to Everest” on May 12th by successfully reaching the Everest summit for the 29th time. Despite this remarkable feat, Kami Rita Sherpa remains unsatisfied with his 29th climb and is now aiming for his 30th climb this year, which will be his 2nd climb in the same season as Mount Everest Climb 2024. At 54 years old, Kami Rita Sherpa continues to push his limits and strive for excellence in mountaineering.

Update: On May 22, 2024, Kami Rita Sherpa achieved the remarkable feat of reaching the summit of Everest for the 30th time, marking a new milestone in their mountaineering career. This accomplishment surpassed their previous record of 29 successful ascents, which was achieved just last week.

Who is Kami Rita Sherpa?

Kami Rita Sherpa holds a World record for the “Most Successful Ascent of Mt. Everest by an Individual.” He is a dedicated mountain guide at Seven Summit Treks, showcasing his passion for mountain climbing. Kami’s father, who was a mountaineer guide until 1992 when he faced frostbite, inspired him to pursue a career in the mountains. Beginning his Everest journey in 1996 after working as a porter, Kami’s determination and love for the mountains have kept him going ever since.

Dawar Finjok Sherpa – Fastest man to climb Everest 

Dawa Finjok Sherpa has achieved the title of being the fastest individual to summit Mount Everest three times. In addition to this remarkable feat, he serves as a guide for the Seven Summit Treks Everest Expedition. Dawa Finjok Sherpa successfully conquered Mt. Everest on three separate occasions within a span of 8 days, 13 hours, and 35 minutes. His initial ascent took place on May 12, 2024, followed by his second climb on May 17, 2024, and his third climb on May 20, 2024.

His 18th peak is ascended by foreigners.

While it remains uncertain whether it qualifies as a world record, the 2024 Everest climb holds significant importance for Kenton Cool, a British man who successfully conquered his 18th peak above 8000 meters. Additionally, as a mountaineering guide, Mr. Cool consistently praised the bravery of Sherpas upon his return.


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Lucia Janičová, a researcher in immuno-oncology, achieved a historic milestone on May 12, 2024, at 7:25AM, by becoming the first woman from her country to successfully conquer Mount Everest.