Two Indian Climbers Die in the Kanchenjunga mountain range in Nepal

An expedition host says 2 Indian climbers on Mount Kanchenjunga ( KAN’-Chen-Joong ) have died whilst attempts were being built to rescue them. 

Pasang Sherpa of Peak Preview in Kathmandu says one of them had scaled the world’s third tallest peak while an additional was on the way up but fell sick and died. 

The climbers recognized as 48-year-old Biplab Baidya and 46-year-old Kuntal Karar fell ill just below the 8, 586-meter (28, 160-foot ) summit and attempts were being built to bring them to a lower camp from where they might have been picked by a rescue helicopter. 

Numerous foreign climbers and their guides make an effort to scale high Himalayan peaks during the popular spring climbing period in Nepal that starts around March and ends this month.

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