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Tendi Sherpa

Ten­di Sher­pa is a vet­er­an IFMGA/UIAGM cer­ti­fied Moun­tain Guide and Climb­ing Instruc­tor. So far, he has climbed moun­tains more than 100 times, includ­ing Mt. Ever­est and oth­er Himalayan giants, plus French and Ital­ian peaks. He works as Chief Instruc­tor for the Nepal Moun­taineer­ing Asso­ci­a­tion. In addi­tion to moun­taineer­ing, he is also a Moun­tain Bik­ing Guide. He has trav­eled exten­sive­ly in dif­fer­ent coun­tries includ­ing Tibet, Chi­na, Ger­many, Italy, Aus­tria, USA, France, Switzer­land, Thai­land, and more in the course of climb­ing, instruct­ing and bik­ing. In addi­tion, his sig­nif­i­cant involve­ment in impor­tant search and res­cue mis­sions like the Ghun­sa Heli­copter Tragedy (2006), Ever­est Res­cue (2007), Kore­an Expe­di­tion Man­aslu (2009), French Expe­di­tion Man­aslu (2013), etc., have added val­ue to his pro­fes­sion­al as well as human­i­tar­i­an expe­ri­ence. For Mr. Sher­pa, moun­tains are not only his pro­fes­sion­al space but also his respect­ed home. His exten­sive moun­taineer­ing expe­ri­ence can be summed up in some of his light-heart­ed words, I have slept more under tents than at home!”