Meet Apa Sherpa

Apa (born Lhakpa Tenzing Sherpa; 20 January 1960) nicknamed “Super Sherpa”, is a Nepalese Sherpa mountaineer who, jointly with Phurba Tashi, holds the world record for reaching the summit of Mount Everest more times than any other person.
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Nepal Trek – April 23, 2016

One year ago, our ASF team was in the Mt. Everest region of Nepal visiting remote schools when the devastating earthquakes occurred. From that point on, the trek took on a different priority; assisting with the immediate needs of those affected by the earthquakes.

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Meet Apa Sherpa

Reminder – Join us April 7, 2016 during Adventure Week for a unique meet and greet with Apa Sherpa,who holds the world record for summiting Mt. Everest 21 times.

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April 25, 2016 Will be One Year Since Devastating Earthquakes in Nepal

April 25th marks one year since the devastating earthquakes in Nepal. The Apa Sherpa Foundation will be in the Himalayas this April to continue their work that they began a year ago, and to expound on their primary focus which has always been education. Their main objectives for this trip will be to select more teachers to sponsor, visit the remote schools to assess the needs of each building, and meet with a local non-profit organization in Thame; Apa Sherpa’s home village. During their trip, they will also be distributing backpacks and hygiene kits to children of Nepal; the backpacks were generously donated by Thule of Sweden

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Who We Are

Apa and his team have worked the last five years to raise money to assist the Thame School. Now, with the help and support of generous donations, the Apa Sherpa Foundation will be able to expand the legacy already begun by Apa himself.

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