Number of people who have climbed Everest

List of the peaks of Mount Everest from the 20th century - List of 20th-century summiters of Mount Everest

Mount Everest from the north side. The snow-capped peak in front of Everest is Changtse.
A postcard of Everest from the 1920s, the view from Rongbuk Glacier (north side)

At 8,848 meters, Mount Everest is currently the highest mountain in the world and a particularly popular peak for mountaineers. this is a List of people who reached the summit of Mount Everest in the 20th century . A total of around 1,383 people climbed Everest between 1953 and the end of 2000. After 2000, the number of summiteers rose sharply as climbing the mountain became more accessible and popular. By 2013, 6,871 peaks were registered by 4,042 different people.

1950s

In the 1950s, only six people climbed Mount Everest:

1960s

A total of 18 people peaked in the 1960s. These are some of the climbs:

1970s

A total of 78 people met in the 1970s summit. These are some of the most notable climbs:

  1. Teruo Matsuura
  2. Naomi Uemura
  3. Katsutoshi Hirabayashi
  4. Chottare Sherpa
  1. Hubert Hillmaier
  2. Sepp Mack (without additional oxygen)
  3. Hans Engl
  4. Pierre Mazeaud
  5. Nicolas Jaeger
  6. Kurt Diemberger
  7. Jean Afanassief
  8. Wanda Rutkiewicz
  9. Robert Allenbach
  10. Siegfried Hupfauer
  11. Wilhelm Klimek
  12. Ang Dorje (without additional oxygen)
  13. Mingma Sherpa (without additional oxygen)
  14. Ang Kami
  15. George Knight
  16. Berndt Kullmann

1980s

In the 1980s, 871 climbers left base camp; at 180 made the summit; and 56 died. A total of around 356 people climbed Everest between 1953 and the end of 1989. These are some of the most notable climbs of the 1980s:

  • Leszek Cichy and Krzysztof Wielicki on February 17, 1980
  • Takashi Ozaki and Tsuneo Shigehiro on May 10, 1980
  • Martin Zabaleta and Pasang Temba on May 14, 1980
  • Jerzy Kukuczka and Andrzej Czok on May 19, 1980
  • Reinhold Messner on August 20, 1980 (first ascent)
  • Yasuo Kato
  • Eleven Soviet climbers in 1982
  • 1982 Canadian Mount Everest Expedition
    • Laurie Skreslet on October 5, 1982 with Sherpas Sungdare Sherpa and Lhakpa Dorje
    • Pat Morrow on October 7, 1982 with Sherpas Pema Dorje and Lhakpa Tshering
  • Yasuo Kato and c Toshiaki Kobayashi
  • Lou Reichardt, Kim Momb and Carlos Bühler on October 8, 1983
  • Dan Reid, George Lowe and Jay Cassell on October 9, 1983
  • Takashi Ozaki in December 1983
  • Hristo Prodanov on April 20, 1984
  • Metodi Savov and Ivan Valchev on May 8, 1984
  • Nikolay Petkov and Kiril Doskov on May 9, 1984
  • Bachendri Pal on May 23, 1984
  • Tim Macartney-Snape and Greg Mortimer on October 3, 1984
  • Phil Ershle on October 2, 1984
  • Zoltán Demján, Jozef Psotka and Sherpa Ang Rita on October 15, 1984
  • 1985 Norwegian expedition led by Arne Naess in April 1985
  • 1985 Catalan expedition: Cadscar Cadiach, Antoni Sors and Carles Vallès with Shambu Tamang, Ang Karma and Narayan Shrestha on August 28, 1985
  • Erhard Loretan and Jean Troillet 1986
  • Sharon Wood and Dwayne Congdon on May 20, 1986
  • Jean-Marc Boivins 11-12 minutes, 2,948 m (9,700 ft) descent to Camp II holds the altitude record for the start of a paragliding flight
  • Marc Batard in 1988
  • A joint team from China, Japan and Nepal on May 5, 1988
  • Stephen Venables on May 12, 1988
  • Stacy Allison on September 29, 1988
  • Lydia Bradey on October 16, 1988
  • Sungdare Sherpa on May 10, 1988
  • Stipe Bozic, Viki Groselj, Dimitar Ilievski-Murato and Sherpas Sonam and Agiva on May 10, 1989
  • Ricardo Torres-Nava and Sherpas, Ang Lhakpa and Dorje on May 16, 1989
  • Carlos Carsolio on July 18, 1989

1990s

In the 1990s, 3,017 people broke out of base camps; around 900 they reached the summit; 55 died. A total of around 1237 people climbed Everest between 1953 and the end of 1999. These are some of the most notable climbs in the 1990s:

  • Summiteer of International Peace Climbing 1990 in May 1990 under the direction of Jim Whittaker:
  • Hooman Aprin on October 5, 1990
  • Marc Batard on October 5, 1990
  • Marija and Andrej Štremfelj on October 7, 1990
  • Peter Hillary, Gary Ball and Rob Hall in 1990
  • Tim Macartney-Snape in 1990
  • Kanhaya Lal Pokhriyal in 1992
  • Alberto Iñurrategi on September 25, 1992
  • Rodrigo Jordan team in 1992
  • Mauricio Purto team in 1992
  • Cristian Garcia-Huidobro on May 15, 1992 at 10:25 a.m.
  • Doron Erel in 1992
  • Santosh Yadav in May 1992
  • Mohan Singh Gunjyal on May 12, 1992
  • Kushang Sherpa on May 10, 1993
  • Santosh Yadav and Dicky Dolma in May 1993
  • Veikka Gustafsson in the spring of 1993
  • Pasang Lhamu Sherpa on April 22, 1993
  • 9 people under the direction of Steve Bell October 7, 1993
  • Steve Bell on October 7, 1993
  • Graham Hoyland on October 7, 1993
  • Ginette Harrison on October 7, 1993
  • Gary Pfisterer on October 7, 1993
  • Scott McIvor on October 7, 1993
  • Ramón Blanco on October 7, 1993
  • Santosh Yadav on May 10, 1993
  • Park Young-seok on May 16, 1993
  • Ninety commercial mountaineers in the spring of 1993
  • Alison Hargreaves May 13, 1995
  • Jim Litch on May 14, 1995
  • Dan Aguilar on May 14, 1995
  • Wongchu Sherpa on May 14, 1995
  • Caradog Jones on May 23, 1995
  • Pat Falvey on May 27, 1995
  • Kiyoshi Furuno and Shigeki Imoto in 1995
  • 1996 Mount Everest disaster
  • Rob Hall (with Adventure Consultants)
  • Scott Fischer (with Mountain Madness)
  • Doug Hansen
  • Makalu Gau
  • Lene Gammelgaard
  • Yasuko Namba
  • Göran Kropp May 1996, without additional bottled oxygen
  • Ang Rita, May 23, 1996, tenth and final time to climb Mount Everest.
  • David Breashear's team including Jamling Tenzing Norgay Ed Viestur's Araceli Segarra (see also the film Everest from 1998 )
  • Sherpa Ang Rita was on the summit ten times between May 7, 1983 and May 23, 1996
  • Hans Kammerlander 1996
  • Kushang Sherpa on May 17, 1996
  • Francys and Sergei Arsentiev on May 24, 1998
  • Bear Grylls, Neil Laughton and Alan Silva on May 26, 1998
  • Tom Whittaker on May 27, 1998
  • Kushang Sherpa on May 28, 1998
  • Kazi Sherpa (aka Kaji Sherpa) on October 17, 1998
  • Kushang Sherpa on May 28, 1999, to the date reached from three sides of Mount Everest
  • Sherpa Babu Chiri Sherpa in 1999
  • Phurba Tashi Sherpa
  • Cathy O'Dowd in 1999
  • Elsa Ávila on May 5, 1999
  • Renata Chlumska on May 5, 1999
  • Ken Noguchi on May 13, 1999
  • Iván Vallejo on May 25, 1999
  • [i], Merab Khabazi and Irakli Ugulava on May 26, 1999
  • Lev Sarkisov on May 12, 1999
  • Karla S Wheelock on May 27, 1999
  • João Garcia, on May 18, 1999
  • Willie Benegas in 1999
  • George Dijmarescu on May 26, 1999

2000

A total of 146 people reached a summit in 2000. A total of around 1383 people climbed Everest between 1953 and the end of 2000. These are some of the most notable increases in 2000:

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