The Pumori is situated in the Khumbu section of the Mahalangur Himal, about 8 kilometres in the west of Mt. Everest. The summit of the Pumori marks the Nepal-China borderline. The pyramid-shaped peak dominates with Everest and Nuptse the breathtaking view from Gorak Sheep and Kala Patthar.
First Ascent: 1962 German/Swiss Expedition (Germans: Gerhard Lenser/Rützel Hans; Swiss: Ernst Forrer/Ueli Hürlimann).
Signed expedition card of the first ascent.
Nepal 1986, Pumori.
United Nations (Geneva) 1992, Pumori.
The mountain in the background (right) is Mount Lingtren (6'713 m).
Guatemala 2001, Pumori.
Everest ascent of Jaime Vinals.
Lithuania 1997, Pumori.
Lithunia issued in the year 1997 this souvenirsheet, which reflects the East European view on Europe and Asia in one continent. Climber Vladas Vitauskas, whose name is listed on the sheet, has reached the Seven Summits.
The souvenirsheet is showing a world map marking the Seven Summits by a black point. It seems the designer of the souvenirsheet did not plan to show an other summit but Mount Everest. But in reality this is the view of Mount Pumori, which is situated in the neighbourhood of Everest.