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List of Mount Everest records

From Kala Patthar, west of Everest looking the South West face primarily
Mount Everest from Gokyo Ri, showing a little more of the North face
Tashi and Nungshi were the first twins to summit Mount Everest together

This article lists different records related to Mount Everest. One of the most commonly sought after records is a "summit", meaning to reach the highest elevation point on Mount Everest.

Records

Highest number of times to reach the summit

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Highest number of times to reach the summit 30 Kami Rita Sherpa    Nepal May 22, 2024 [1] [2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

Other number of times records

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Most ascents by a woman 10 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal May 12, 2022 [10][11][12][13][14]
Most summits without supplemental oxygen 10 Ang Rita    Nepal May 23, 1996 [15]
Most summits by a foreigner (non-Nepali) 18 Kenton Cool  United Kingdom May 12, 2024 [16][17][18][8]
Most ascents by a foreign woman 6 Melissa Arnot  United States [19][20]

Most times per nation

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Overall for Nepal 30 Kami Rita Sherpa    Nepal [1][2][5][9]
Overall for the United Kingdom 18 Kenton Cool  United Kingdom [16][17][18][8]
Overall for the United States 15 Dave Hahn  United States [21][22]
Overall for Argentina 13 Guillermo "Willie" Benegas  Argentina
Overall for New Zealand 9 Mark Woodward, Dean Staples, Mike Roberts  New Zealand [23][24][25]
Overall for Japan 9 Hiroyuki Kuraoka  Japan [26]

First to summit a certain number of times

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
First climbers confirmed as having reached the summit Summited Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay  New Zealand
   Nepal
May 29, 1953 [27][28]
First woman to summit once Summited Junko Tabei  Japan May 16, 1975 [29]
First man to summit twice 2 Nawang Gombu  India 1963, 1965 [30][31][32]
First woman to summit twice 2 Santosh Yadav  India 1992, 1993 [33]
First man to summit three times 3 by 1982 Sungdare Sherpa    Nepal [34]
First woman to summit three times 3 by 2003 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [35]
First man to summit 4 times 4 by 1985 Sungdare Sherpa    Nepal [36]
First woman to summit 4 times 4 by 2004 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [37]
First man to summit 5 times 5 by 1988 Sungdare Sherpa    Nepal [36]
First woman to summit 5 times 5 by 2005 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [38]
First man to summit 6 times 6 by 1990 Ang Rita    Nepal [36]
First woman to summit 6 times 6 by 2006 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal
First man to summit 7 times 7 by 1992 Ang Rita    Nepal [39]
First woman to summit 7 times 7 by 2016 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [10]
First person to summit 8 times 8 by 1993 Ang Rita    Nepal [39]
First person to summit 9 times 9 by 1995 Ang Rita    Nepal [40]
First woman to summit 9 times 9 by 2018 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [10][11][12][13]
First person to summit 10 times 10 by 1996 Ang Rita    Nepal [40]
First woman to summit 10 times 10 by 2022 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [14]
First person to summit 11 times 11 by 2000 Apa Sherpa    Nepal [41]
First person to summit 12-21 times 21 by 2011 Apa Sherpa    Nepal [42]
First person to summit 22 times 22 by 2018 Kami Rita Sherpa    Nepal
First person to summit 23 times 23 by 2019 Kami Rita Sherpa    Nepal [6]
First person to summit 24-30 times 30 by 2024 Kami Rita Sherpa    Nepal [1][2][5]

Double summiting records

Record Owner Nation Date Ref
First dual ascent made by a woman on Mount Everest summit within five days Anshu Jamsenpa  India 21 May 2017 [43]

Fastest ascents

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Fastest ascent from Everest South Base Camp
with supplemental oxygen*
10 hours 56 min and 46 sec Lhakpa Gelu Sherpa    Nepal May 26, 2003 [44]
Fastest ascent without supplemental oxygen
and fastest ascent from Everest North Base Camp
16 hours and 45 minutes Hans Kammerlander  Italy May 24, 1996 [45]
Longest stay on the summit 21 hours Babu Chiri Sherpa    Nepal May 6, 1999 [46]

*Pemba Dorje's Everest record has now been rejected by the Nepal Supreme Court, the Nepal Ministry of Tourism, and Guinness World Records. |- |Fastest Women to Climb the summit |14 hours 31 Minutes |Phunjo Jhangmu Lama |   Nepal |May 26, 2024 |[47]

Deadliest accident

Record name Record Date Ref
Most deaths in one day at Everest 22 April 25, 2015 [48]

Oldest summiters

This table shows the progression of the record for oldest male summiter, as well as some additional examples of aged summiters for comparison

Record Owner Nation Date Ref
80 years, 224 days Yūichirō Miura (b. 1932)  Japan 23 May 2013 [49]
76 years, 340 days Min Bahadur Sherchan (b. 1931)    Nepal 2008 [49][50][51]
75 years, 227 days Yūichirō Miura  Japan 2008 [49][50][51]
75 years, 134 days Arthur Bennet Muir  USA 23 May 2021 [52][53]
71 years, 61 days Katsusuke Yanagisawa  Japan 22 May 2007 [54][55]
70 years, 225 days Takao Arayama  Japan May 2006 [55][56]
70 years, 222 days Yūichirō Miura  Japan May 2003 [49][50][55][56]
66 years, 139 days Mario Fernando Villagran  Ecuador 15 May 2022 [57]
66 years, Mario Curnis (b. 1936)  Italy 24 May 2002 [58]
65 years, 176 days Tomiyasu Ishikawa  Japan 17 May 2002 [57]
64 years Sherman Bull  United States 25 May 2001 [59][60]
63 years, 311 days Toshio Yamamoto  Japan 2000 [61][62]
62 years, 257 days Aziz Abdileilidaghi  Iran 14 May 2022 [61][63]
60 years, 161 days Lev Sarkisov  Georgia 12 May 1999 [61][64]
60 years, 160 days Ramon Balanca (Blanco) Suarez (b. 1933)  Venezuela 1993 [65]
55 years Richard Bass (b. 1929)  United States April 1985 [65][66]
50 years Chris Bonington (b. 1934)  United Kingdom April 1985 [65]
50 years Jozef Psotka (b. 1934, died on descent)  Czechoslovakia October 1984 [65]
50 years, 118 days Gerhard Schmatz (b. 1929)  West Germany October 1979 [57][67]
49 years, 52 days Pierre Mazeaud (b. 1929)  France 15 Oct 1978 [57]
42 years, 6 months Sonam Gyatso (b. 1922)  India 22 May 1965 [57]
39 years Tenzing Norgay (b. 1914)    Nepal 29 May 1953 [57]

Tenzing Norgay was older than his climbing partner Sir Edmund Hillary, as the first confirmed climbers to reach the summit, they became the modern-day starting point for the oldest and youngest climbers respectively.

This table shows the progression of the record for oldest female summiter.

Record Owner Nation Date Ref
73 years, 180 days Tamae Watanabe  Japan 19 May 2012 [68][69]
63 years, 297 days Susanne Mueller Zantop  Germany 17 May 2018 [70]
63 years, 177 days Tamae Watanabe  Japan 16 May 2002 [68][69]
54 years Maria Paz Valenzuela  Chile 19 May 2018 [71]
50 years Anna Czerwińska  Poland 22 May 2000 [72][73]
47 years, 98 days (died in the 1996 Mount Everest disaster) Yasuko Namba  Japan 10 May 1996 [69]
47 years, 21 days Mary Lefever  United States 19 May 1993 [57]
39 years, 228 days (died on descent) Hannelore Schmatz  Germany 10 October 1979 [57]
35 years, 236 days Junko Tabei  Japan 16 May 1975 [29][57]

Junko Tabei was the first woman to reach the summit, and thus set the initial records for both oldest and youngest female summiter.

Youngest summiters

Due to some variations in record keeping, there may be some variation in the examples.

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Youngest person to climb Mount Everest 13 years, 10 months, 10 days old Jordan Romero  United States May 22, 2010 [74]
Next youngest person and youngest female 13 years, 11 months, 15 days old Malavath Purna (female)  India May 25, 2014 [75][76][77]
Next youngest person 15 years, 9 months old Ming Kipa Sherpa (female)    Nepal May 22, 2003 [78][79][80]

Youngest female

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Youngest girl to climb Mount Everest 13 years, 11 months, 15 days Malavath Purna  India May 25, 2014 [75][76][77]
Youngest girl to summit Everest up to that time 15 years, 9 months Ming Kipa Sherpa    Nepal May 22, 2003 [78][79][80]
Youngest woman to summit Everest up to that time 19 years 35 days Dicky Dolma  India May 10, 1993 [81]
Youngest woman to summit up to that time 22 years, 273 days Kim Soon-jo  South Korea May 10, 1993
Youngest woman to summit up to that time 24 years, 215 days Santosh Yadav  India May 12, 1992
Youngest woman to summit up to that time 27 years 5 days Lydia Bradey  New Zealand October 14, 1988 [57][82]
Youngest woman to summit up to that time 29-year 2 days Sharon Wood  Canada May 20, 1986 [57]
Youngest woman to summit up to that time 30 years 28 days Bachendri Pal  India May 23, 1984 [57]
First (so both the youngest and oldest) woman to summit up to that time 35 years 236 days Junko Tabei  Japan May 16, 1975 [29][57]

See also

Firsts

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
First climbers confirmed as having reached the summit Summited Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay  New Zealand,    Nepal May 29, 1953
First woman to reach the summit Summited Junko Tabei  Japan May 16, 1975 [29]
First ascent without supplemental oxygen Summited Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler  Italy,  Austria May 8, 1978
First winter ascent Summited Krzysztof Wielicki and Leszek Cichy  Poland February 17, 1980
First solo ascent, simultaneously first solo ascent without supplemental oxygen Summited Reinhold Messner  Italy August 20, 1980
First paraglider descent from summit Summited, descended by paraglider Jean-Marc Boivin  France September 26, 1988 [84]
First American woman to summit Summited Stacy Allison  United States September 29, 1988 [85]
First British woman to summit Summited Rebecca Stephens  United Kingdom May 17, 1993 [86][87]
First female ascent without supplemental oxygen Summited Lydia Bradey  New Zealand October 14, 1988 [82]
First Nepalese woman to summit (but died while descending) Summited Pasang Lhamu Sherpa    Nepal April 22, 1993 [88]
First Nepalese woman to summit and not die descending Summited Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal May 18, 2000 [89]
First full descent on skis Summited, descended by skis Davo Karničar  Slovenia October 7, 2000 [90]
First descent on a snowboard Summited, descended by snowboard Marco Siffredi  France May 2001
First person to reach the summit from three different routes (South Col., North Face and Khangshung Face) Summited by 3 routes Kushang Sherpa  India 1993- 2003 [91][92]
First black man to summit Summited Sibusiso Emmanuel Vilane  South Africa May 26, 2003
First two people to marry on top of Mount Everest Summited, married Pem Dorjee and Moni Mulepati    Nepal May 30, 2005 [93]
First black woman and first black American to summit Summited Sophia Danenberg  United States May 19, 2006 [94][95]
First twins to climb Mount Everest together Summited Tashi and Nungshi Malik  India May 19, 2013 [96]
First to climb the Everest Triple Crown Summited Kenton Cool and Dorje Gyalgen  United Kingdom,   Nepal May 21, 2013 [97]
First Kazakh woman to summit Summited Anar Burasheva  Kazakhstan May 12, 2024 [98]
First Slovakian woman to summit Summited Lucia Janičová  Slovakia May 12, 2024 [99][100]

Disabled summiters

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Amputated foot Summited Everest Tom Whittaker  United States May 27, 1998 [101]
Blind Summited Everest via South Col Erik Weihenmayer  United States May 25, 2001
Cystic fibrosis Summited Everest Nick Talbot  United Kingdom May 2016 [102]
Left arm amputated Summited Everest Gary Guller  United States May 23, 2003 [103]
Double leg amputee Summited Everest Mark Inglis  New Zealand May 15, 2006
Right leg amputee Summited Everest Nelson Cardona  Colombia May 17, 2010 [104]
With no fingers Summited Everest Kim Hong-Bin  South Korea May 16, 2007 [105][106]
Double arm amputee Summited Everest Sudarshan Gautam    Nepal  Canada May 20, 2013 [107][108]
Female amputee (one leg) Summited Everest Arunima Sinha  India May 21, 2013 [109]
Hemophiliac Summited Everest Chris Bombardier  United States May 22, 2017 [110]
Type I diabetes Summited Everest Geri Winkler  Austria May 20, 2006 [111][112]
Multiple sclerosis first woman Summited Everest Lori Schneider  United States May 23, 2009 [113][114]
Multiple sclerosis first man Summited Everest Niels van Buren  The Netherlands May 2016 [115]
Granulomatosis with polyangiitis and partially blind Summited Everest Cindy Abbott  United States May 23, 2010 [116][117]
Crohn's disease and ostomy Summited South Summit of Everest Rob Hill  Canada May 25, 2010 [118][119]
Cancer survivor (Hodgkins disease and Askin's sarcoma); one lung Summit Sean Swarner  United States May 16, 2002 [120][121]
Blind Summited Everest via North Col Andy Holzer  Austria May 21, 2017 [122]
First cancer patient Summited Everest Ian Toothill  United Kingdom May 27, 2017 [123]
Double leg amputee and cancer survivor (lymphoma) Summited Everest Xia Boyu  China May 14, 2018 [124]
Deaf Summited Everest Satoshi Tamura  Japan May 21, 2016 [125]

Other

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Houston-Mount Everest Flight Expedition (overflight of summit) 8848m David McIntyre and Sir Douglas Douglas-Hamilton  United Kingdom April 3, 1933 [126]
Highest of rotorcraft landing and take-off 8848m Didier Delsalle  France May, 2005 [127]
  • Elizabeth Hawley, has kept records for Everest from 1960s to at least 2015.[128] (She died in January 2018 at age 94)[129]
  • Nations with most summits, U.K - 481 as of 2011.[130]

Skydives Over Mount Everest

Record Name Owner Nation Date Reference
Highest Number of Solo Jumps Wendy Elizabeth Smith  New Zealand October, 2008 [131][132]
First Solo Skydiver Wendy Elizabeth Smith  New Zealand October, 2008 [131][132]
First Tandem Jump Tom Noonan - Lucie Fenton  USA -  UK October, 2008 [131][132]
First American Solo skydive Omar Alhegelan  USA October, 2008 [131][132]
First Australian Highest Tandem Steve Hennessey  Australia October, 2008 [131][132]
First Woman to Summit Everest and Skydive Above it Maya Gurung    Nepal October, 2008 [131][132]
First Nepali Woman Tandem Jump Maya Gurung    Nepal October, 2008 [131][132]
First Iraqi Solo Skydiver Fareed Lafta  Iraq October, 2008 [131][132]
First Swedish Solo Skydiver Herman S. Duscher  Sweden October, 2008 [131][132]
First Danish Highest Tandem Jump Per Wimmer  Denmark October, 2008 [131][132]
First Pakistani Highest Tandem Jump Namira Salim  Pakistan October, 2008 [131][132]
First Belgian Solo Skydive Christophe De Pauw  Belgium October, 2008 [131][132]
First South African Solo Skydive Adolphe Botha  South Africa October, 2008 [131][132]
First Nepali Tandem Jump Nima Tamang    Nepal October, 2008 [131][132]
First Arab Solo Skydive Naseer Alneyadi  UAE October, 2008 [131][132]
First Canadian Solo Skydive Neil Jones  Canada October, 2008 [131][132]
First father & Son Duo Tandem Jumps Scott Diesel - Lou Diesel  UK October, 2008 [131][132]
First British Woman Solo Skydive Holly Budge  UK October, 2008 [131][132]
First Person With Gender Reassignment (M to F) Tandem Jump Kate Craig-Wood  UK October, 2008 [131][132]
First Indian Solo Skydive Jai Kishan  India October, 2009 [131][132]
Highest Landing Woman Solo Skydiver (17,192 ft) Wendy Elizabeth Smith  New Zealand November, 2009 [131][132]
Oldest Solo Skydive (65 years old) Roger Hoe  UK October, 2010 [131][132]
Oldest Tandem Jump (70 years old) Klaus Gachter  USA October, 2010 [131][132]
Highest Altitude Tandem Jump (30,000 ft) Tom Noonan - Nick Leventis  USA -  UK October, 2010 [131][132]
First German Solo Skydive Peter Rotelle  Germany October, 2010 [131][132]
First Disabled Person Tandem Jump (Multiple Sclerosis) Marc Kopp  France October, 2013 [131][132][133]
Youngest Tandem Jump (18 years old) James George  UK October, 2013 [131][132]
First Czech Republic Solo Skydive Libor Fryzek  Czech Republic October, 2013 [131][132]
First Solo Wingsuit Skydive Ossie Khan  Australia November, 2014 [131][132]
First Argentinian Solo Skydive Pablo Parazoli  Argentina November, 2016 [131][132]
First Male to Summit Everest and Skydive Above it Bibek Pandey    Nepal November, 2016 [131][132]
First Moroccan Solo Skydive Anas Bekkali  Morocco November, 2017 [131][132]
Largest Floating Flag Anas Bekkali  Morocco November, 2017 [131][132]
First Indonesian Solo Skydive Naila Novaranti  Indonesia November, 2018 [131][132]
Highest Landing Solo Skydive (20,160 ft) Paul-Henry de Baere  France May, 2019 [131][132]
First Disabled Person Solo Skydive (Paraplegic) Osama Najaf  Kuwait November, 2019 [131][132][134]
Highest Landing Solo Skydive - Paraplegic Person (12,402 ft) Osama Najaf  Kuwait November, 2019 [131][132][134]
Largest Floating Kuwaiti Flag Osama Najaf  Kuwait November, 2019 [131][132][134]
Highest Landing Solo Skydive - Double Amputee (12,402 ft) Al Hodgson  UK November, 2019 [131][132]
First Arab Woman Solo Skydiver Aliaa Khaja  Kuwait November, 2019 [131][132][134]
First Russian Woman Solo Skydiver Nadia Solovyeva  Russia November, 2019 [131][132]
First Russian Solo Skydiver Anton Gilev  Russia November, 2019 [131][132]
First Danish Solo Skydiver Kim Bo Larsen  Denmark November, 2019 [131][132]

Nepali records

Chhurim summited twice in May 2012, the first woman to summit twice in a season

Many Mount Everest records are held by Nepali, especially those from the Sherpa region.

  • On 11 May 2011, Apa Sherpa successfully reached the summit of Everest for the twenty-first time, breaking his own record for the most successful ascents.[135] He first climbed Mount Everest in 1989 at the age of 29.[136]
  • One famous Nepalese female mountaineer was Pasang Lhamu Sherpa, the first Nepali female climber to reach the summit of Everest, but who died during the descent. Another well-known woman Sherpa was the two-time Everest summiter Pemba Doma Sherpa, who died after falling from Lhotse on 22 May 2007.[137]
  • Nepali mountaineer Lhakpa Sherpa, the first Nepali female climber to reach the summit of Everest and descend from it, has stood atop of Everest 7 times by 2016 and 8 times by 2017, the most times for woman.[138][139]
  • Nima Jangmu Sherpa, 28, made the historic ascent on Mount Kanchenjunga on 23 May 2018 morning and became the only woman in the world to climb Nepal's three highest peaks (Mount Everest -14 May 2018, Mount Lhotse - 29 April 2018, Mount Kanchenjunga – 23 May 2018) above 8,000 metres in a single season within 25 days. She has also become the only Nepali woman to stand atop the world's third highest peak, Mount Kanchenjunga.[140]

Other examples of noted Nepali Everest mountaineers:

About names: Many Nepalese are only given one name, and are often named for a day of the week

One source of confusion was in record keeping was that the South side was essentially closed in 2014 due to an avalanche disrupting the Khumbu Icefall. So most of the summiters summited from the North side, except for a small group that flew a helicopter over the Khumbu Icefall, even though it was not open. This is why in 2016 Adrian Ballinger said on Instagram "9 Sherpa using supplemental oxygen became the first to summit on the South Side of Everest in the past 3 years" in 2016.[141] The full Nepal route to the summit was not open in 2014 or in 2015, but there was a group that summited from the south side in 2014 as part of a Chinese team that used a helicopter to reach that area.[141]

Most summits in one day

For the mountain overall, the most in one day is May 23, 2019 when 358 reached the top.[142][143] The previous record was May 19, 2012 when 179-234 reached the top.[144][145][146]

Everest base camp records

Records for non-summits such about the main Nepal-side Base camp:

Record name Record Owner Nation Date Ref
Fastest run from Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu 63 hours 8 minutes Lizzy Hawker  United Kingdom Apr 18, 2013 [147]
Youngest person to trek to Everest Base Camp Aged 4 years and 4 month Virat sheokand  India, 2017 [148][149]
Youngest person to ever be at the Base Camp 0 years and 11 months Ksenia de Cos Tri-Citizens of  Spain,  Ukraine,  United States May 2018 [148][149]
Youngest brothers / siblings to trek to Everest Base Camp Aged 6, 8, 11 years James, Tobin and Aidan O'Donnell  United Kingdom August 2016 [150]
First person with Down's Syndrome to Everest Base Camp 15 years old Eli Reimer  United States 2013 [151]
First Belizean to trek to Everest Base Camp 34 years old Nicholas Metzgen  Belize April 2019
Youngest Australian to trek to Everest Base Camp 9 years old Oscar Squirrell  Australia April 2017
First Person with Cerebral Palsy to trek to Everest Base Camp on horseback 27 years old Max Stainton  United Kingdom April 2018 [152]

Some Everest-related marathons that start at Base camp or near Everest include the Everest Marathon, Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon, and the Mount Everest Challenge Marathon.[153]

Death statistics

See also

Notes

1.^a Kazi Sherpa used supplemental oxygen on the descent.[154]

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