Posted 19 апреля 2021,, 07:07

Published 19 апреля 2021,, 07:07

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:36

Three Russian climbers rescued in the Himalayas

Three Russian climbers rescued in the Himalayas

19 апреля 2021, 07:07
Mountaineers Sergey Kondrashkin, Alexander Lutokhin and Dmitry Sinev, who disappeared while trying to conquer Annapurna, the tenth highest peak in the world (8091 meters), considered one of the most difficult to climb, have been found.

According to the tour operator Seven Summit Treks, the Sherpas tracked down all three missing Russians on Annapurna.

"One of them (climbers - editor's note) is already at the base camp, two more will be delivered by helicopter", - the company said.

Later, all three will be taken to a hospital in Kathmandu.

According to The Himalayan Times, the climbers went missing while climbing the mountain. Kondrashkin and Sinev were able to climb to the top, while Lutokhin refused to climb. At present, their state of health is assessed as normal. They were diagnosed with minor hypothermia and altitude sickness.