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April 11, 2022

530 people seek permission for mountaineering this season  

Kathmandu. The number of climbers seeking permission to climb the mountain in the spring of this year has reached 530 from 64 climbing teams as of Monday.

They have taken permission to climb 18 different mountains. According to the Department of Tourism, there are 411 male and 119 female climbers among those seeking permission. More than 2.4 million in royalties have been collected from them.

Everest is the first choice of climbers. So far, 204 people have taken permission to climb Mt. Everest. Of them, 158 are males and 46 are females. In the second round, 8586 meters high Kanchenjung and 8516 meters high Lhotse have been selected. 52/52 people have taken permission to climb both the mountains.

Similarly, the third choice is the 6810-meter high Amadablam mountain, 39 people have taken permission to climb this mountain. Climbing was discontinued last year due to the Corona epidemic, and last year the number of climbers was mentioned, but more focused on Mount Everest.

However, the number of tourists coming for mountaineering and trekking is expected to increase this year as the ban on corona has been lifted in Nepal.

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