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Polish climber makes history in Himalayas

01.10.2021 21:00
Poland’s Anna Tybor has scaled and then skied down Mount Manaslu in the Himalayas, becoming the first-ever woman to do so without supplementary oxygen, a news website has reported.
Mount Manaslu is the eighth-highest mountain in the world, rising to 8,163 metres above sea level in the Himalayas.
Mount Manaslu is the eighth-highest mountain in the world, rising to 8,163 metres above sea level in the Himalayas.Photo: EPA/MARTON MONUS

Accompanied by Italy’s Federico Secchi and Marco Majori, Tybor set out for the mountain’s summit at dawn on Wednesday, and the group reached the peak of Mount Manaslu (8,163m) at 3 p.m. local time, the eurosport.tvn24.pl website reported

After taking a celebratory photograph, the three climbers repacked their equipment and proceeded to ski down the mountain.

Both these feats were achieved without additional oxygen from bottles, making the Polish climber the first woman in history to scale and ski down Mount Manaslu in this manner, according to eurosport.tvn24.pl

First climbed by a Japanese expedition in 1956, Manaslu, or “the mountain of the spirit” in Nepal, is the eighth-highest mountain in the world, at 8,163m above sea level.


Source: eurosport.tvn24.plpolskieradio24.pl