Meet Oman’s Nadhira al Harthy the first Arab woman to scale Mt Ama Dablam

Muscat: Oman’s Nadhira Al Harthy becomes the first Arab Woman to reach the summit of Mount Ama Dablam which is one of the highest Himalayan peaks (6,812 m) in Nepal

By climbing the highest Himalayan peaks, Nadhira Al-Harthy become the first Omani and First Arab Woman to reach the Mt Ama Dablam.

◄ Feelings of pride overwhelmed me when the Oman flag fluttered over the summit

◄ I invite athletes to achieve their goals with perseverance … Oman deserves a lot from us

Nadhira Al-Harthy said – in a special statement to Al-Roya: “This trip was surprising, due to the current conditions left by the Corona pandemic around the world and causing the closure of airports, as I expected that the year would pass without climbing trips, but I heard from some friends that they intend to travel. To this mountain, and it was not in my mind to return this trip because of the difficulty of climbing on this mountain. ” She added, “I thought that the attempt to climb this mountain is worth it, as it is one of the mountains that is difficult to climb, and the climber must be skilled enough for that. I went through the experiment and the journey lasted for about a month.”

Nadhira Al-Harthy tweeted that she had tired summiting Ama Dablam in 2018 as part of her training to climb Mount Everest. ” i had to go through a strong experience before Mt Everest, so i chose to climb Mt Ama Dablam, as this is one of the most difficult mountains to climb.”

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