First woman climber from India’s 7 North-eastern States climbs Everest

First woman climber from India’s 7 North-eastern States climbs Everest

Posted May 11th, 2011 under Climbing & Expeditions, Company News,

Tine Mena, 25-year-old woman climber from India’s Arunachal Pradesh state has become the first Indian to peak Mount Everest this spring, as well as the first woman climber from India’s 7 northeastern states.

Tine Mena, who comes from Roing, a remote village in the Indian state, reached the peak of Everest on 9th May 2011 at 11 a.m. According to our Executive Manager Nabin Trital, the news of her ascent was only confirmed today due to poor weather and communication. Explore Himalaya organized Tine Mena’s Everest expedition.
Tine- Everest summitteer

Tine- Everest summitteer

Read our interview with Tine Mena.

This season, a record 31 men and women from India are attempting to climb the highest mountain. Climb Everest with Explore Himalaya

Congratulations to Tine Mena on the achievement!

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Comments

  1. Congratulation Tine Mena we from N E India are proud of you, love and best wishes!!!

    - Amar Singh Deori
  2. congrats Tine, great job done.

    - oson mibang
  3. Great!!!!!!

    Required your contact detail. I wants to meet with you.

    - Titu Sur
  4. Congratulations,I am Proud, Great Job.

    - Dr.Anil Harshe

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