Photo: Seven Summit Treks' Twitter
KATHMANDU: A team including the Prince of Bahrain, who is on a visit to Nepal, has successfully climbed Mt Lobuche on Saturday.
According to the Seven Summit Trek, the team including the Prince of Bahrain, climbed the 6,119-meter-high Mt Lobuche at 8:50 this morning.
This is the first ascent of the season.
A team including the Prince of Bahrain Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa had arrived in Kathmandu on September 16 to scaled the mountain. The team consists of 15 Bahrainis and three British nationals.
The team has been allowed to climb Mt Manaslu and Mt Lobuche mountains.
Nepal’s Sherpa climbers and guides including Mingma Sherpa , Tashi Lakpa Sherpa and 25 other Sherpas assisted the team in climbing Lobuche.
The team including the Prince of Bahrain will stay in Nepal for about two months.