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President’s Message

Dear Everest Marathon Runners,                                                                      15th August, 2022


Thank you for running our 2022 Marathon, celebrating the New Height of Mount Everest (8848.86m) as Mount Everest Marathon 2022.


Thank you also for planting Rhododendron Barbatum trees Saplings in Everest Highland this year, to protect the Habitat of the endangered Musk Deer in their Highland Habitat. It was a very successful Event, participated by British Ambassador HE Nicola Pollitt, American Diplomat Mr. Manuel P. Micaller Jr., Deputy Chief of Mission and Honorary Consul General of New Zealand, Ms. Lisa Choegyal representing Sir Edmund Hillary’s Home country. The Mission was also to protect Mount Everest Himalaya Massif Environment against Climate Change and the melting of glaciers.


Thank you also for “Save the Tiger Mission” of Mr. Paul Goldstein, who brought to light how Tiger Habitat and Tiger Ecology can be saved by transforming it to a vibrant Jungle Safari Eco-Tourism set up for International Tourist.


Next year (2023) will be our 70km Marathon, celebrating the 70th Anniversary of Mount Everest Ascent, paying tribute to Late Sir Edmund Hillary and Late Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. This 70 year event will replace our 60K Ultra Marathon forever, which means that there will be no 60k from now on.


Thank you guys. See you again in 2023. If you have any questions or curiosity about our afforestation activities & 70th anniversary celebration event, feel free to contact us at the following email :



Bikram PandE KAAJI

President & Creator of the Event : Marathon Organizing Committee

Concept man of the Afforestation Program of Greening Mount Everest Highland to Protect against Climate Change and the melting of Himalayan Glaciers


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Message from the President                                                                               15th May, 2022


Dear Everest Marathon Runners,


RE: This year will be MOUNT EVEREST (8848.86m) MARATHON 2022.


We have the pleasure to bring this news to you that we are all set to run our TenzingHillary Everest Marathon this year on May 29, 2022, in the name of New Height &  New Higher  “Mount Everest, (8848.86m) Marathon 2022.”


Mount Everest has shot up higher than it was climbed on May 29, 1953, by Late Sir Edmund Hillary and Late Tenzing Norgay Sherpa. The Government has announced the new height of the higher Mount Everest in 2020 which was caused by the devastating earthquake in Nepal in 2015.


We all agree that we are environmentally conscious Marathon Runners. We the Marathon Runners do not wish to leave any negative impact on the highland of Mount Everest Valley. We always want to save the Himalayas and their natural pristine beauty from climate change for the future generations. 


That is why Bikram, the Concept Man and the Event creator of “TezingHillary Everest Marathon” back in 2003, has come out with a new conservation agenda this time with you all, the Marathon Runners of 2022. The Mission is to Save the Environment to protect & expand the Habitat of the Endangered species of the Himalayan Musk Deer. In this context, Bikram has designed, a Banner to invite the attention of the whole world to “Come Together” as The Beatles sang, to plant trees in the Mount Everest basin, and leave nothing but the Goodwill in the Himalaya’s Heartland.


This year we encourage you all to plant Rhododendron BARBATUM, one of the favorite species, which the endangered Musk Deer enjoy so much as their nutritious diet. Together, let us be a part of this Great Mission, greening the planet Earth, as our Gift to all Mankind.


“Plant a Tree for someone you LOVE,
Plant a Tree for everyone who LOVES your passion, saving Mother Earth from the Climate Change.”

“Plant a Tree for someone who LOVES you,

Plant for the Planet!”


Welcome Aboard! See you soon in Kathmandu!

Bikram Pandey
President & Creator of the Event
Marathon Organizing Committee

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