Kathmandu:Mountaineering for spring seasons has begun in Nepal and the Nepal government’s department of tourism has started giving climbing permits to the aspiring climbers for the season 2023.
During the spring season hundreds of foreign mountaineers visit Nepal with a view to climb a number of mountains in Nepal which are 6000 meters to above 8000 meters.
These mountains include Annapurna I, Dhaulagiri, Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, Ama Dablam, Lobuche, Mera and Kanchenjunga etc. Over 300 climbing permits are annually offered to climb Mt Everest in the spring seasons
The following is the list of mountain climbing permit fees. These permit fees are 50 per cent cheaper in the autumn season and 75 per cent cheaper in the summer season.
Mountain climbing permit fee structure
|S.N||Mountain||Climbing permit fee|
|1||Everest via the normal route.||$ 11,000|
|2||Everest via another route||$ 10,000|
|3||Other 8000m mountain||$ 1,800|
|5||7000m– 7500m||$ 500|
|6||6501m – 6999m||$ 400|
|8||Mountains below 6500m||$ 250|
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