Parvaneh Kazemi as an Iranian Woman On Himalaya Summits

ارسال شده توسط در 27 می 2012 بدون دیدگاه | دسته بندی شده در آخرین اخبار, اخبار, دپارتمان انگلیسی

“Parvaneh Kazemi” as an Iranian Woman
On Himalaya Summits
                                                                          Everest(8848m) : google photos
Lhotse (8516m), taken by: Hasan Najarian
The First Woman in the World on Everest and Lhotse:
“Two climbing in one season, in one week”
By: Ali Sabbghi, May 27, 2012
Parvaneh Kazemi, the Iranian woman mountaineer, achieved stunningly to step at two main over-8000-meter mounts in Himalaya. After 52 days arduous attempt and standing on 8848 meter Everest, she and her Sherpa, Nima Gyalzen, displayed outstandingly tough struggle to step at Lhutse, 8516 meter, as the 4TH highest Mount of the world, only seven days after her Everest triumph.
The Himalayan mountaineer, who climbed her first 8000 meter peak in May 2011, has beaten a new record as the first women in the world who managed to climb up to Everest and Lhotse during one season of a year. She is also the only Iranian woman who has succeeded to climb three over-8000-meter Himalayan Mount out of 14.
?But what actually we know of Parvaneh Kazemi
She is one of the permanent members of Espilat Club, the first Iranian Private Mountaineering & Rock-Climbing Club in Tehran, Iran. She has been mountaineering professionally for roughly one decade in Iran. Her first try  in Himalaya refers to August 2010, when as a member of the Espilat team of three, under the leadership of Zabiholah Hamidi as well as the head of Espilat Club, and other co-mountaineer Hamid Mahmoodi, she achieved to climb 7546 meter Mostaq Ata Mount in Himalaya. Her second try in Himalaya was on 8163-meter Manaslu, as one of the major 14 Mounts of Himalaya. In May, 2011, she could step at the summit of this mount in the company of an Iranian team led by one of Iranian mountaineer legends, Hassan Najarian.
۶ months later, she had another expedition in Himalaya region but on 6856-meter Mount of Amadabalam which is seen a technical expedition– actually as a preliminary step for her next outstanding challenge in the upcoming year for Everest. Eventually, once spring of 2012 started, she single-mindedly packed to Everest and Lhotse expedition—the first and the fourth highest peaks in the world; the peaks which escalated her to the apogee of Iranian women mountaineers.
It should be noted that she said to her husband on phone call instantly from Lhotse summit in May 25, 2012. “I dedicate this triumph to late Iranian woman mountaineer, Leila Esfandiari who passed away in Gasherbrum-1 Mount in Pakistan’s Himalaya last year.”
“Ali Sabbaghi
Official Member & The Editor of
 International Affaires in  Espilat
Mountaineering & Rock Climbing Club

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