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Traffic jam at Mount Everest! See the picture here


Traffic jams in metro cities is a not unusual phenomenon however are you able to consider that there can be visitors jam at the world’s tallest mountain? There was once an extended queue of about 320 folks on the height ready to reach the summit and click a photograph. A mountaineer shared the picture on Instagram and the shocking picture goes viral. What’s more alarming is that two of the mountaineers also died amidst the insanity. Nirmal Purja, a Guinness file holder and a famend mountaineer, shared an image that made the netizens go loopy. Expecting this kind of massive turnout at the world’s tallest mountain is incredible. See the picture here:

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On 22 nd of May, I summited everest at 5:30 am and lhotse 3:45 pm in spite of of the heavy visitors ( roughly 320 folks ). Today I have simply arrived on the Makalu base camp, I can be going for the summit push from the bottom camp immediately. . Like it, tag it and proportion it if you happen to love how the challenge possible 14/7 is rolling 🤙🏼 . I can update more when I’m accomplished with Makalu . Much like to all my supporters and sponsors. @antmiddleton @bremontwatches , DIGI2AL, @hamasteel , @summitoxygen Royal Hotel, Ad development workforce, MTC/FSI , @everence.life @brandingscience Premier Insurance, OMNIRISC, Intergage @inmarsatglobal . . . . #nimsdai #believer #usa #sbs🐸 #projectpossible #14peaks7months #patience #humanendeavour #selfbelief #positivemindset #beliveinyourself #elitehimalayanadventures #alwaysalittlehigher

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He wrote:

On 22nd of May, I summited everest at 5:30 am and lhotse 3:45 pm in spite of of the heavy visitors ( roughly 320 folks ).

Today I have simply arrived on the Makalu base camp, I can be going for the summit push from the bottom camp immediately. Like it, tag it and proportion it if you happen to love how the challenge possible 14/7 is rolling 🤙🏼

I can update more when I’m accomplished with Makalu . Much like to all my supporters and sponsors.


The summit was once so overcrowded that it lead to a few deaths, out of which two mountaineers have been Indians. According to the reviews, Kalpana Das, 52, who reached the summit died while descending, as there was once an extended que of climbers queued close to the highest of Mount Everest. Another mountaineer was once a 27-year-old man who died because of exhaustion as he was once stuck within the visitors for more than 12 hours.




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