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Who first climbed the Himalayas?


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2008-11-12 16:28:00
2008-11-12 16:28:00

Sir Edmund Hillary and sherpa Norgay Tenzing first climbed Mt Everest in May 1953. There are many people who climbed the Himalayas before them, but the duo reached the summit first.


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I dont think nyone has climbed all the mountains in he Himalayas, the Himalayas is a large mountain range.

This would be impossible to answer. There are hundreds of mountains in the Himalayas, some that have probably not recorded the amount of climbers who have climb it.

None because there is a yeti up in that place.

It depends on the ground around the mountain in the himalayas if the ground is not at sea level it could vary

Mount Everest is the world's highest mountain, with a peak at 8,848 metres.It is located in the Mahalangur section of the Himalayas on the Nepal. The first person was Edmund Hillary.

The next tallest mountain in the Himalayas is known as K2. It was first climbed in 1954 and is the second highest mountain in the world.

Impossible to say! The Himalayas is a whole chain of mountains, including some of the highest in the world. I dont think anyone could come up with a figure.

Edmund Hillary climbed Mount Everest in the Himalayas in 1953

Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Norgay Tenzing first climbed Mt Everest in May 1953. There are many people who climbed the Himalayas before them, but the duo reached the summit first. Himalaya was the highest mountain in the world. Also Mt Everest was the biggest mountain in the world. Mt Everest was named after Sir George Everest. But Sir George Everest died. SO THIS IS interesting.

It was first climbed by an anonymous monk in 1707! :)

The Himalayas is HUGE mountain range, with lots and lots of peaks. I don't think anyone have climbed them all. To make sense, you need to specify the question - all peaks higher than 7000 meters - or something like that.

In Antarctica, members of Shackleton's team climbed Mount Everest, but there is no record that Shackleton was part of the team.*****Please note that Mount Everest is in the Himalayas, not in Antarctica.

An anonymous monk first climbed Mt. Fuji in 663AD

In 1889 Kilimanjaro was first climbed by Ludwig Purtscheller and Hans Meyer.

Mountain-climbing guides living around Everest and the Himalayas are called Sherpas. They are from India, Nepal and Tibet. To determine the first ten Indians to climb is impossible.

Mount Vinson was first climbed in 1966

First of all, probably. I mean, there are millions of people who have climbed them and so at least one has fallen off. Second of all, you would not ask "..who has feel..." it is "...who has fallen..."

A boy named luke cusack! aged 14 when he first climbed

Kilimanjaro was first climbed in 1889 by Hans Meyer and Ludwig Purtscheller

The Himalayas are a mountain range with many, many peaks. They started attracting mountain climbers in larger numbers in the early 1900s. The first recorded ascent of a Himalayan peak was Yevgeniy Mikhaylovich Abalakov who climbed Ismoil Somoni Peak in 1933. The next major ascent of a Himalayan peak was by Noel Odell and Bill Tillman who climbed to the summit of Nanda Devi in 1936. Obviously the people indigenous to the Himalayas had been climbing in those mountains long before these folks ever started, but their climbing was mostly incidental to getting from one place to another rather than to see who could climb the highest and no records were kept so it is tough to say who actually was "the first person to climb the Himalayas".

she is lanih katook she climbed it in 2010 and climbed to the top of it she was the first her age was 78.

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James Robertson, who was a botanist, was the first person to climb Ben Nevis in 1771. He climbed the mountain to collect plants.

The summit of Mount Everest was first climbed on the 29th May 1953 by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay.

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