World Record holder, Anshu keen to promote mountaineering in Nagaland


Dimapur, May 18: World Record holder and ace mountaineer, Anshu Jamsenpa along with Skyrem Adventure Club, Guwahati is keen to promote mountaineering and adventure sports in Nagaland.
Jamsenpa, who had three records in her name, is here in Nagaland with the members of Skyrem. Interacting with media persons, she said that they want to promote mountaineering.
Anshu Jamsenpa, mother of two teenage daughters hailing from Bomdila, a remote border town in Arunachal Pradesh, North East India created two world records and one national record in the field of mountaineering in the month of May 2017. She is the fastest woman mountaineer in the world to summit Mt Everest twice in 5 days; first woman in the world to do two Double Ascents of Mt Everest and first Indian woman in the world to summit Mt Everest 5 times.
Meanwhile, Skyrim Adventure Club is looking to establish an institution in Nagaland where it can create livelihood for the people and also promote tourists.
Skyrim is among the first in Northeast to promote adventure sports mountaineering.
The team of Anshu Jamsenpa and Skyrim officials have come to Nagaland on invitation of senior BJP leader, Dr M Chuba Ao. (Page News Service)