Discover The First Jordanian Female Mountaineer

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Dolores decided to climb mountains in 2015 when a business firm in Dubai employed her because she felt the urge to take on a fresh challenge. She told Euronews, “I always wanted to connect with nature and experience more of the world.

She began mountaineering for the first time in the next three years, progressively expanding her repertoire. I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and Mera Peak, so I decided to climb Mount Everest from the Tibetan side to make history as the first Arab woman to do so, she added.

Despite their training and preparations, Dolores and the other climbers in her team encountered difficulties during their 50-day ascent to the top of the globe. There were times I felt I couldn’t get through the day. Everyone becomes ill at some point as a result of altitude because it is not healthy for the body. However, it was good to see how we could all get along as people despite our differences and work together to achieve a common objective.

Dolores and her team only had a little window of two to three days due to the poor weather to try their summit assault. Dolores reached the top of the world on May 23, 2019, becoming the first Arab woman and the first Jordanian woman to do it from the northeast ridge. She remembers, “I felt most alive, I felt most human.”

Dolores chose to become a life coach and aid others in realizing their own aspirations after gaining a fresh perspective on life and returning to her home in Dubai. She concentrated on spreading knowledge about climate action for the Sustainable Development Goals while she was climbing, and she is currently producing content that emphasizes the value of leading a sustainable lifestyle. She continued, “I intend to accomplish my new objectives in Dubai and advance globally.

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