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A Sherpa guide has scaled Mount Everest for the 26th time, matching the record set by a fellow Nepalese guide for the most ascents of the world's highest peak. The expedition's organizer said Pasang Dawa Sherpa reached the summit on Sunday morning along with a Hungarian climber. The season's first wave of climbers reached the summit this weekend as Sherpa guides fixed ropes and made paths for them. Since making his first successful of climb of the peak in 1998, Dawa has made the trip almost every year.

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