Nawang Dorje

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Nawang Dorje Sherpa, is a Nepalese mountaineer and mountain guide, best known for the first ascent of Dhaulagiri, as a member of Helvetic-Austrian expedition and many ascents in the mountains of the Himalaya Range.


Its reported that he has also climbed Annapurna IV, Island Peak and Pisang Peak.[7]

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  2. ^ Hawley, Elizabeth (1995). "Asia, Tibet, Cho Oyu from Tibet in the Post-Monsoon: Climbs And Expeditions". American Alpine Journal. 69 (37).
  3. ^ Fox, Charlotte (1997). "A Time to Live, a Time to Die". American Alpine Journal. American Alpine Club Press: 27–36.
  4. ^ "Nepal". Everest Summiters Association. Retrieved 4 September 2014.
  5. ^ "Everest South Col Route". Α Retrieved 4 September 2014.
  6. ^ Gyalje Sherpa, Mingma. "Himalayan sherpa". Retrieved 4 September 2014.
  7. ^ "Climbing (Expedition) Leaders". Unique Adventure International. Retrieved 4 September 2014.