Kazakhstan’s alpinist won Everest top twice
He dedicated his ascent to Mountain Everest to the 20th anniversary of Astana.
Kazakhstan's alpinist Maksut Zhumayev climbed the highest peak of the Earth - Everest, for the second time, the University of AlmaU reported.
Compared with the first climb to Jomolungma, whose height is 8 848 m, this track was more complicated (the southern slope is much more dangerous). Online broadcasting was available at 7summit.kz.
Maksut Zhumayev continues descent from the mountain to the fourth camp. In the base camp of Everest, the expedition members AlmaU will wait for him, who flew to Nepal especially to meet with the mountaineer.