Chinese climber paraglides on the highest peak Sagarmatha (Mount Everest). The information was provided by Sudarshan Nepal, the managing director of Nepal Big Mountain Travel Company, which organized the paragliding expedition from a base camp situated around 8,000 meters above sea level. According to him, the Chinese climber received permission to paraglide from an altitude of 8,000 meters on Sagarmatha.
The climber collaborated with Nepal Big Mountain Travel Company for coordination during their ascent of Sagarmatha. After paragliding from an altitude of 8,000 meters, the climber landed at the base camp, intending to continue their ascent of Sagarmatha. This endeavor was aimed at attracting adventurous Chinese tourists and encouraging them to engage in daring activities. Considering the increased influx of Chinese tourists after the COVID-19 pandemic, this initiative was intended to further enhance their attraction and provide support to Chinese tourists.
Note: Solukhumbu is a region in Nepal known for Mount Everest, which is referred to as Sagarmatha in Nepali.