June 24, Kathmandu: Renowned Nepalese Climber Kami Rita Sherpa who recently climbed Mt Everest for the 26th time says that he will not stop climbing for one or two more years.
He is climbing the world’s highest peak since 1994. Recently he climbed Everest by leading the rope fixing team. He says that fixing the rope is very risky.
He recently received Guinness World Record Certificate.
According to him even though the climbers have set a world record by risking their lives, the government of Nepal has not appreciated them properly.“Although the government collects tens of millions of rupees annually from mountaineering, not even a small percentage of that amount is used for the benefit of climbers,” he added.
He is also doing some social Services providing jackets and educational materials to the school children of Thame village.