Kathmandu: At least 31 climbers from three groups have been permitted to climb Dhaulagiri ( 7167m), the world’s seventh-highest peak in this autumn season.
According to the RSS report Thursday, 3.2 million rupees have been collected as royalty from the permits given to 31 climbers in the Pokhara tourism department.
The climbers have taken the permit to climb the Dhaulagiri peak from the western ridge of Dhaulagiri Rural Municipality-4, Murdi.
The borders of Mustang and Raghuganga Rural Municipality can also be used to climb the peak, yet western ridge is mostly preferred.
The highest permit has been given to climb Ama Dablam while Manaslu got the second permits for 264 climbers from 27 groups.
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