Canadian everest victim warned by guide to turn back – China Cardboard Gift Boxes

A Toronto woman who died on Mount Everest did not heed warnings forher to turn back, according to the Nepalese tour company whoorganized her expedition. Ganesh Thakuri, a guide with Utmost Adventure Trekking, said ShriyaShah-Klorifine, who died on Everest this past Saturday , encountered increased traffic on the mountain, where between 250and 300 climbers were attempting to reach the summit. Due to poor weather conditions in the week before the climb,sherpas had only been able to secure one safety rope on themountain. “There was only one rope, so there was lots of traffic,” saidThakuri. “Sometimes there was lots of traffic, we had to wait 2 hours for the traffic to pass the route.” Thakuri said he encouraged Shah-Klorifine to turn back and tryagain for the summit another time but the Canadian climber was toodetermined to fulfill her dream. Cosmetic Packaging Boxes

“Myself, I asked her to go back and try next year or some otheryear,” he said. “But she didn t listen.” Torontonian Shriya Shah-Klorfine, 33, died on her descent fromMount Everest on May 19. ( Her decision to push on would prove fatal. On her descent, ShriyaShah-Klorifine, 33, ran out of oxygen bottles and died. Overcrowding, inexperience a common Everest problem Sam Wyatt and Steve Curtis, two Vancouver-based climbers whosuccessfully made the summit trek on May 19, were climbing on thenorth side of Everest and saw the clog of climbers, which includedShah-Klorifine, venturing up the south side. China Cardboard Gift Boxes

Even though the north side was less crowded, Juan Polodied, aSpanish climber on Curtis and Wyatt s expedition, died whiletrying to reach the summit. “When someone shows up on the mountain and doesn’t have their geartogether and doesn’t know if their crampons fits their boots, theyshouldn’t be on Everest,” said Curtis. “That was the case with Juanwhen he showed up.” Reports say sherpas working with Utmost Adventure Trekking willattempt to recover Shah-Klorifine s body from the mountain laterthis week but poor weather conditions could make recoverydifficult. Canadian climber Sandra Leduc, who was forced to turn back on May19 but plans to make another attempt at the summit this weekend,has tweeted that the sides of Everest seemed “like a morgue.”. Jewelry Packaging Boxes


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