first_img Best Of Express P Rajagopal, Saravana Bhavan founder sentenced to life for murder, dies Deaths on Mount Everest: ‘I saw my wife struggle for oxygen as her supply got over’ mt everest, mt everest climber, mt everest climber dead, mt everest deaths, mt everest colorado climber, Christopher Kulish, Christopher Kulish dead, indian express news This April 2019 selfie photo provided by Mark Kulish shows his brother Christopher Kulish beneath Mount Everest. Christopher Kulish, a Colorado climber, died shortly after getting to the top of Mount Everest and achieving his dream of scaling the highest peaks on each of the seven continents, his brother said Monday, May 27. (Christopher Kulish/Mark Kulish via AP)A Colorado climber died shortly after getting to the top of Mount Everest and achieving his dream of scaling the highest peaks on each of the seven continents, his brother said Monday. Related News There are 41 teams with a total of 378 climbers permitted to scale Everest during the spring climbing season. An equal number of Nepalese guides are helping them get to the top.Christopher Kulish also is survived by his mother, Betty Kulish, and a sister, Claudia. Advertising Chandrayaan-2 gets new launch date days after being called off Advertisingcenter_img Ayodhya dispute: Mediation to continue till July 31, SC hearing likely from August 2 Christopher Kulish, a 62-year-old Boulder attorney, died Monday at a camp below the summit during his descent. The cause isn’t yet known, said his brother, Mark Kulish of Denver.Christopher Kulish had just reached the top of Everest with a small group after crowds of hundreds of climbers congested the 8,850-metre peak last week, his brother said.“He saw his last sunrise from the highest peak on Earth. At that instant, he became a member of the ‘7 Summit Club,’ having scaled the highest peak on each continent,” Mark Kulish said in a statement. He described his brother as an attorney in his “day job” who was “an inveterate climber of peaks in Colorado, the West and the world over.”“He passed away doing what he loved, after returning to the next camp below the peak,” Mark Kulish said.About half a dozen climbers died on Everest last week, including Don Cash of Utah, who also had fulfilled his dream of climbing the highest mountains on each continent. Most of them died while descending from the summit during only a few windows of good weather each May.Most are believed to have suffered from altitude sickness, which is caused by low amounts of oxygen at high elevation and can cause headaches, vomiting, shortness of breath and mental confusion. Both mental and physical fitness essential to climb Everest: Aditya Gupta who scaled Everest at 50 Back home alive, Indian climber explains what went wrong on Mount Everest By AP |Denver | Published: May 28, 2019 7:35:15 am Post Comment(s)last_img

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