Wednesday night, and for safety concerns, the team stayed one night at this location.
On Thursday morning the climber was then brought to a camp at an
altitude of 6,500 meters, the association’s general secretary, Pema Trinley, said.
The association sent ten locals and one riding yak for support, and the climber was transferred to the 5,200-meter base cam
p by 4 am Thursday. He was sent to Gyrong Port by midnight, which he left Friday morning in good condition, Tri
nley said.This year, the region started its annual spring mountain climbing activities in early April, and since then 144
overseas and 12 domestic climbers have been approved to attempt to conquer the mountain.