Kathmandu. Although the number of mountaineers has increased in the spring of this year as compared to last year, the royalty has decreased.
As of Wednesday (April 12), 607 people have taken permission to climb this year. In this regard, the government has received a royalty of 27 hundred thousand 22 thousand 200 US dollars.
According to the Department of Tourism, a total of 465 climbers had taken permission to climb the mountain in the same period last year (till April 12) and the Nepal government had received a royalty of 32 hundred thousand, 56 thousand, and 100 dollars as compared to this spring season.
However, with the start of this season, the number of climbers is expected to increase further. As of Wednesday, the number of climbers this year is lower than last year, even though the number of climbers has increased this year.
Also, the number of Nepalese seeking permission to climb Mt. Everest is significant. During the same period last year, the number of people seeking permission to climb Mt. Everest was 275, including 217 men and 58 women from 29 parties.
During this period, a total of 11 mountains were allowed to climb last year, but this year 19 mountains have been allowed to climb.
Mountaineering Permits (April 12, 2022)
Climbers mostly Americans
According to the country, Americans are the number one foreigner to be allowed to climb this year, followed by the United Kingdom. There are 104 Americans, including 22 women and 82 men, seeking mountaineering permission.
Similarly, 48 Britons including 9 women and 39 men have taken permission to climb. Indian climbers are at number three. 11 female and 35 male Indian climbers have so far obtained permission.
Country-wise permit seekers
Many American and British climbers climbing Mount Everest
According to a statement issued by the Department of Tourism, there are many Americans and British people seeking permission to climb Mt. Everest.
A total of 53 Americans, including 10 women and 43 men, have taken permission to climb Mt. Everest. Similarly, 27 Britons including 4 women and 23 men have taken permission to climb Mt. Everest.
Similarly, 17 Indians, 14 from Russia, 12 from Canada, 10 from Australia and 9 from China have also taken permission to climb Mt. Everest.
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