List of Mount Everest summiters by number of times to the summit

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The list consists of people who reached the summit of Mount Everest more than once. By 2013, 6,871 summits have been recorded by 4,042 different people.[1][2] Despite two hard years of disaster (2014 and 2015), by the end of 2016 there were 7,646 summits by 4,469 people.[3]

Note all information may not be completed/updated, it can take months and even years to update summit counts as confirmed by sources

Everest's North face

List of Mount Everest summiters[edit]

Achiever Nation Ref Place of Death
22 Kami Rita Sherpa (AA)    Nepal [4][5][6][7]
21 Apa Sherpa    Nepal [8]
21 Ngima Nuru Sherpa    Nepal [9]
21 Phurba Tashi Sherpa    Nepal [10]
19 Ang Dorje Sherpa (Chhuldim)    Nepal [11][12]
19 Chhewang Nima (Chuwang)    Nepal [13][14] 2010 on M. Baruntse[15]
19 Mingma Tsiri Sherpa    Nepal [16][17][18][19]
17 Lakpa Rita Sherpa    Nepal [20][21]
16 Kami Rita Sherpa (AC)    Nepal [22]
16 Nima Gombu Sherpa    Nepal [18][19][23][24][25][26]
15 Dave Hahn  United States [27][28][29]
15 Kame Sherpa    Nepal [30][31][32][33]
15 Pemba Dorje Sherpa    Nepal [34]
13 Kenton Cool  United Kingdom [35][36][37][38]
13 Ang Passang Sherpa    Nepal [39]
13 Mingma Dorjee Sherpa (Thame)    Nepal [4][39]
13 Fura Kancha Sherpa    Nepal [4][39]
12 Chhiring Dorje Sherpa    Nepal [40][41]
12 Guillermo "Willie" Benegas  United States nee  Argentina [42][43][44][45][46][47][48][49][50]
11 Chongba Nuru Sherpa    Nepal [51][52][53]
11 Pemchirri Sherpa    Nepal [54]
10 Dawa Nuru Sherpa    Nepal [4]
10 Tashi Tshering    Nepal [55][56][57][58][59]
10 Ang Rita Sherpa    Nepal [55][56][57][58][59]
10 Babu Chiri Sherpa    Nepal [60] 2001 on Everest[60]
10 Panuru Sherpa    Nepal [61]
10 Karsang Namgyal Sherpa    Nepal [62][63] 2012 on Everest[64]
10 Namgyal Sherpa    Nepal [65][66] 2013 Everest[65][66]
10 Vern Tejas  United States [67]
9 Dorje Khatri Sherpa    Nepal [68] 2014 Everest[69]
9 Tenjing Dorji    Nepal [70]
9 David Hamilton  United Kingdom [71][72][73]
9 Mike Roberts  New Zealand [74][75][76]
9 Mark Woodward  New Zealand [77]
9 Dean Staples  New Zealand [78][79]
9 George Dijmarescu  United States [47][80]
9 Ang Namgel Sherpa    Nepal [81]
9 Hiroyuki Kuraoka  Japan [82]
9 Lhakpa Sherpa    Nepal [80][83][84]
8 Alexander Abramov  Russia [85][86]
8 Garrett Madison  United States [4][87][88][89]
8 Mingma Gelu Sherpa    Nepal [90]
8 Noel Hanna  United Kingdom [91][92]
8 Tashi Lakpa Sherpa    Nepal [93]
8 Tenzing Sherpa    Nepal [47][94][95]
8 Rob Casserley  United Kingdom [96][97][98]
7 Adrian Ballinger  United Kingdom [99][100][101][102][103]
7 Phil Crampton  United Kingdom [104]
7 Daniel Mazur  United States [105][105][106]
7 Dawa Tashi Sherpa    Nepal [107][12]
7 Ed Viesturs  United States [108]
7 Jamling Bhote    Nepal [109]
7 Jyamchang Bhote    Nepal [110]
7 Karma Rita Sherpa    Nepal [111][112]
7 Lakpa Thundu Sherpa    Nepal [81][113]
7 Noriyuki Muraguchi  Japan [82]
7 Peter Athans  United States [114]
7 Scott Woolums  United States [115][116]
7 David Liaño Gonzalez  Mexico [37][117]
6 David Morton  United States [118]
6 Justin Merle  United States [119]
6 Kami Sherpa    Nepal [120]
6 Kondo Kenji  Japan [82][121][122]
6 Luis Benitez  United States [123]
6 Love Raj Singh Dharmshaktu  India [124][125][126]
6 Mark Whetu  New Zealand [127]
6 Melissa Arnot  United States [128][129]
6 Phunuru Sherpa    Nepal [130][131][132]
6 Thendu Dorje Sherpa    Nepal [133][134] 2014 Everest[135]
6 Tim Mosedale  United Kingdom [97][105][136][54]
6 Victor Saunders  United Kingdom [97][137]
5 Anshu Jamsenpa  India [138][12][139]
5 David Breashears  United States [140]
5 David Tait  United Kingdom [141]
5 Duncan Chessell  Australia [142]
5 Guy Cotter  New Zealand [105][143][144]
5 Kari Kobler   Switzerland [145][146][147]
5 Karna Tamang    Nepal [148]
5 Lila Bahadur Basnet    Nepal [149][150]
5 Michael Brown  United States [151]
5 Michael Hamill  United States [152][153]
5 Jamie McGuinness  New Zealand [154]
5 Pasang Karma Sherpa    Nepal [133][134] 2014 Everest[133]
5 Rob Hall  New Zealand 1996 Everest[155]
5 Ryszard Pawłowski  Poland [156][157]
5 Sonam Tshering Sherpa    Nepal [158][159] 1993 Everest[158][159]
5 Sungdare Sherpa    Nepal [160][161] 1989[162]
4 Anatoli Boukreev  Kazakhstan 1997 Annapurna[163]
4 Ang Kaji Sherpa    Nepal [164] 2014 Everest[164][164]
4 Ben Jones  United States [165][166]
4 Dawa Gyaljen Sherpa    Nepal [167]
4 Eugeny Vinogradski  Russia [168]
4 Jose Luis Peralvo  Ecuador [4][169]
4 Kazuya Hiraide  Japan [82]
4 Kushang Sherpa (Kusang Dorjee)  India [170]
4 Lopsang Jangbu Sherpa    Nepal [171][172] 1996 (Sept.) Everest[173]
4 Lydia Bradey  New Zealand 88,08,13,16[137][174]
4 Michael Horst  United States [175]
4 Paul Giorgio  United States [42][43][176][177]
4 Phura Geljen Sherpa    Nepal [178][179]
4 Ryan Waters  United States [180]
4 Shinji Tamura  Japan [82][181]
4 Simone Moro  Italy [182]
4 Wally Berg  United States [47][183]
4 Yuri Contreras  Mexico [184]
3 Andy Lapkass  United States [185]
3 Ang Phurba Sherpa    Nepal [186][187]
3 Brent Bishop  United States 94, 02, 16[188][189][166]
3 Casey Grom  United States [190]
3 Conrad Anker  United States [191][192]
3 Chhang Dawa Sherpa    Nepal [193]
3 Héctor Ponce de Leon  Mexico [194]
3 Hiro Kuraoka  Japan [195]
3 Huang Nubo  China [196]
3 Jake Norton  United States [197]
3 Kevin Farebrother  Australia [198]
3 Khoo Swee Chiow  Singapore [199][200][201][202][203]
3 Lyudmila Korobeshko  Russia [204]
3 Noboru Yamada  Japan [205][206] 1989 Denali[205][206]
3 Pasang Sherpa    Nepal [207]
3 Pertemba Sherpa    Nepal [208]
3 Ranvir Singh Jamwal  India [209]
3 Robert Schauer  Austria [210][211][212]
3 Robert Slozen  United States [47][213]
3 Ryuseki Hiraoka  Japan [82]
3 Tashi Tenzing    Nepal [214]
3 Saurabh Singh Shekhawat  India [215]
3 Serap Jangbu Sherpa    Nepal [207]
3 Sergei Bershov  Ukraine [216]
3 Seth Waterfall  United States [217]
3 Stuart Peacock  United Kingdom [218]
3 Um Hong-gil  South Korea [219]
3 Veikka Gustafsson  Finland
3 Walter Laserer  Austria [212]
3 Yasuo Kato  Japan [220] 1982 Everest[220]
3 Yuichiro Miura  Japan [221]
2 Abele Blanc  Italy [222][223]
2 Adele Pennington  United Kingdom [224]
2 Adolphus Hancock  Canada [225][226]
2 Ajay Kothiyal  India [227][228]
2 Alex Lowe  United States [229] 1999 Shishapangma[230]
2 Alexi Bolotov  Russia [47][231] 2013 Nuptse[231]
2 Amar Prakash  India [232]
2 Andrew Lock  Australia [233]
2 Ang Phu Sherpa (b.1950)    Nepal [234] 1979 Everest[234]
2 Anita Kobold ♀  Germany [47][235]
2 Asmus Norreslet  Denmark [236][237]
2 Augusto Ortega  Peru [238]
2 Ben Jones  United States [239]
2 Bill Burke  United States [240]
2 Bull Bradford  United States [241]
2 Carlos Hatuka  United States
2 Cathy O'Dowd  South Africa [242]
2 Cering Doje  China [243][244]
2 Claudio Bastrentaz  Italy [47]
2 Chhurim    Nepal [245]
2 Chiang Hsiu-Chen ♀  Republic of China (Taiwan) [246][247]
2 Christine Boskoff  United States [248] 2006 M. Genyen[248]
2 Cory Richards  United States 16[249]17[250]
2 David Hempleman-Adams  United Kingdom [251][252]
2 David Rodney  Canada [253]
2 David Roeske  United States
2 Deepika Rathore  India [254]
2 Didier Delsalle  France [255]
2 Fyodor Konyukhov  Russia [256]
2 Elia Saikaly  Canada [257][258][259]
2 Gabriel Filippi  Canada [260]
2 Gary Francis  Australia [261] 2014[261]
2 Gary Ball  New Zealand [262][263] 1993 Dhaulagiri[264]
2 Graham Ratcliffe  United Kingdom [265][266][267]
2 Greg Wilson  United States [111][268]
2 Göran Kropp  Sweden [269][270] 2002[270]
2 Hugo Rodríguez  Mexico [271]
2 Igor Svergun  Ukraine [272][273] 2013 Nanga Parbat[273]
2 Jamie Clarke  Canada [274]
2 Jeff Rhoads  United States [275]
2 Jimmy Chin  United States [192]
2 John Furneaux  Canada [276]
2 John Tsang Chi-sing  Hong Kong [277][278]
2 Joshua T. McDowell  United States [279]
2 Juan Pablo Ruiz  Colombia [280]
2 Kílian Jornet Burgada  Spain [281]
2 Karim Mella  Dominican Republic [282][283]
2 Koichi Oyama  Japan [82]
2 Laura Gonzalez del Castillo ♀  Mexico [184]
2 Lief Whittaker  United States [284]
2 Ludovic Challeat  France [285][286][287] 2012 Manaslu[288]
2 Lynne Hanna ♀  United Kingdom [289][92]
2 MA Mohit  Bangladesh [290][291]
2 Manuel Pizarro  Canada [292][293]
2 Marco Siffredi  France [294] 2002 Everest[294]
2 Margaret Watroba  Australia [295]
2 Marty Schmidt  New Zealand [296][297][298][299] 2013 K2[299]
2 Michael Groom  Australia [300][301]
2 Michael Niemeier  Germany [47]
2 Michael Smith  United Kingdom [47]
2 Mike Kobold  Germany [302][303]
2 Michihiro Kadoya  Japan [82]
2 Mollie Hughes♀  United Kingdom [304]
2 Muneo Nukita  Japan [82]
2 Namgyal Tshering Sherpa    Nepal [63][305] 2012 Everest[305][306]
2 Naoki Ishikawa  Japan [82]
2 Nawang Gombu    Nepal [307][308] 2011[309]
2 Òscar Cadiach  Spain
2 Park Young-seok  South Korea [310][311] 2011 Annapurna[311]
2 Pat Falvey  Ireland [312][313]
2 Paul Noble  United Kingdom [97]
2 Sherpani Pemba Doma    Nepal [314][315][316] 2007 Lhtose[317]
2 Peter Hillary  New Zealand 1990, 2002[318]
2 Phil Ershler  United States [319]
2 Reinhold Messner  Italy [320][320]
2 Robert Anderson  New Zealand [321]
2 Ryan Waters  United States [322]
2 Russell Brice  New Zealand [323][324]
2 Rodrigo Jordan  Chile [325]
2 Santosh Yadav  India [326]
2 Scott Fischer  United States [327] 1996 on Everest[328]
2 Sean Disney  South Africa [329]
2 Shaun Hutson  United Kingdom [330][331]
2 Sibusiso Vilane  Eswatini [332][333]
2 Silvio Mondinelli  Italy [47]
2 Shuji Nazuka  Japan [82][334] 2004 Annapurna[335]
2 Stipe Božić  Croatia
2 Susmita Maskey ♀    Nepal [336][337][338]
2 Takashi Ozaki  Japan [339] 2011 Everest[340]
2 Takeshi Yamamura  Japan [82]
2 Tamae Watanabe  Japan [341]
2 Tenzing Nuru Sherpa    Nepal [342] 2007 Everest[342]
2 Teruo Saegusa  Japan [343][344] 1989 Denali[344]
2 Tunç Fındık  Turkey [345]
2 Tim Macartney-Snape  Australia
2 Tore Sunde-Rasmussen  Norway [346]
2 Usukhbayar Golovdorj  Mongolia [347]
2 Vladimir Bashkirov  Russia [47][348] 2007 Lhotse[348]
2 Vitor Negrete  Brazil [349] 2006 Everest[350]
2 Waldemar Niclevicz  Brazil [351]
2 Wang Shi  China
2 Yoshinobu Kato  Japan [82]

Unclear sources additional[edit]

Cases of possible confusion over names, sources, or unclear references

Achiever Nation Ref Died / Lost
14-16 Danuru Sherpa    Nepal [70][352][353]
12 Pem Chirri    Nepal [354]
15 Lhakpa Gelu Sherpa    Nepal [355]
18 Padawa Sherpa    Nepal [356]
15 Ningma Tsheri Sherpa    Nepal [4]
13 Nga Temba Sherpa    Nepal [357]
3 Lakpa Tsheri Sherpa    Nepal [358]

Adventure Consultants report on summits and people by 2016:[76]

  • Da Jangbu Sherpa, Nepal 13 summits
  • Pemba Chhoti Sherpa, Nepal 11 summit
  • Kami Rita Sherpa, Nepal 14 summits
  • Purba Chhoter Sherpa (Ang Jangbu), 8 summits
  • Chhewang Dorji Sherpa, Nepal 9 summits
  • Chhiring (Tsering) Namgel Sherpa, Nepal 4 summits
  • Da Thuk Bhote, Nepal 3 summits
  • Passang Bhote 7 summits
  • Nima Tsering, Nepal 6 summits

It can be hard to determine who is who sometimes as there is some similar names, for example in 2013 two different Kami Rita Sherpa high-altitude workers summited with different guide firms.[359] Nepal may not issue summit certificates to Nepali who don't buy a permit. One problem firms must contend with is summit fraud attempts, and one such example was apprehended one year.

Selected one-timers[edit]

Example selection of one-timers (especially if they climbed more than once to a very high altitude but had to turn back such as at the South Summit or Green Boots Cave).

João Garcia was the first person from Portugal to summit, after two previous attempts on Everest (his third try). Another famous one-timer was Min Bahadur Sherchan, a Nepali who became the oldest to summit in 2008 and died trying to retake the record in 2017.

Examples only, several of these examples are included on List of Mount Everest records

Achiever Nation Achievement Date Died / Lost
1 Arunima Sinha  India first female amputee,[360] and first Indian amputee[361] 2013
1 João Garcia  Portugal first from Portugal[362] 1999
1 Maria Da Conceição  Portugal first Portuguese woman to summit Everest[363] 2013
1 Min Bahadur Sherchan    Nepal oldest to summit until 2013 2008 2017 Everest
1 Bear Grylls  Great Britain adventurer, television survival host, possibly youngest Briton until 2005[364] 1998
1 Zsolt Erőss  Hungary first from Hungary[365] 2002 2013 Kangchenjunga

Notable non-summit[edit]

Climber Nation Achievement Date Died / Lost
Myles Osborne  United States sacrificed his summit attempt by stopping at 8600m to rescue Lincoln Hall[366][367] 2006

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