Yet another mean feat of scaling Mount Everest has been achieved by a group of 64 climbers, which also included a Saudi Arabian woman, according to news sources and mountaineering officials. 35 foreigners accompanied by 29 Nepalese Sherpa guides reached the 8,850-metre (29,035-foot) peak on Saturday morning. They climbed all night from the highest camp on South Col to reach the peak. Raha Moharrak, one of the group members has become one of the first Saudi Arabian woman to do so. The group accomplished the mean feat climbing from Nepal's side of the mountain! Congratulations to Raha a true epitome of woman power!
With climbing being one of the fastest growing recreational sports in India, millions of amateur trekking and climbing enthusiasts are exploring the adrenaline rush of this mentally and physically stimulating sport. Thousand's of certified Mountaineers are graduating from the 4 premium National Mountaineering Institutes in India annually and are exploring the largest and youngest mountain range in the world, standing sentinel across the North of our country.