Kabak Yano

1. Arunachalee mountaineer Kabak Yano achieves the historic Everest summit.
2. Yano, from Kamle district, reached the peak around 11:50 am on a Tuesday.
3. Her accomplishment marks a significant milestone in her mountaineering career.

Itanagar, May 22: Arunachalee mountaineer Kabak Yano has etched her name in history by becoming the fifth Arunachalee woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest.

Hailing from Kamle district, Yano accomplished this remarkable feat on a Tuesday morning at approximately 11:50 am, marking a significant milestone in her mountaineering journey.

Arunachal Pradesh Cheif Minister Pema Khandu congratulates Arunachalee mountaineer Kabak Yano.

Currently pursuing her studies at Rashtriya Raksha University’s Pasighat campus, Yano has undergone rigorous training to prepare for this momentous challenge.

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Her journey in mountaineering began with the completion of the Basic Mountaineering Course at the renowned Himalayan Mountaineering Institute (HMI) in Darjeeling.

Building upon this foundation, Yano further honed her skills by undertaking advanced mountaineering training and a search & rescue course at the National Institute of Mountaineering and Adventure Sports (NIMAS) in Dirang, West Kameng.

Yano’s achievement is not only a testament to her dedication and perseverance but also a source of inspiration for aspiring mountaineers, especially women, in Arunachal Pradesh and beyond.

Her success highlights the potential for adventure and exploration in the northeastern region of India, encouraging others to pursue their dreams fearlessly.

As news of Yano’s summiting of Mount Everest spreads, she receives praise and admiration from her community and beyond.

Her accomplishment serves as a reminder of the power of determination and the rewards of pushing oneself beyond perceived limits.

Looking ahead, Yano’s journey is far from over. With her sights set on new challenges and heights to conquer, she continues to inspire others with her indomitable spirit and unwavering resolve.

Her ascent of Mount Everest is not only a personal triumph but also a symbol of hope and possibility for all who dare to dream big and reach for the stars.