250 climbers acclimatizing in Everest Base Camp
0 Comments 7 Apr 2017 ADV
With over 5000 climbers expectations of expedition operators on the base camp of Mt Everest in this spring at least 250 climbers along with 27 different groups have already left to Everest region for acclimatization toll date. An update released by Department of Tourism as of date today, 250 climbers has issued Everest climbing permits from 28 dissimilar nationals where 70 climbers reutilized their old permits of 2015. They cancelled their climbing after the terrible earthquake disaster in April 2015. Nepal government had added to extend expedition permits by 2 years after the disaster in 2015 which killed around 9000 people in April.
As per Department Of Tourism (DoT) Expedition Himalaya, Gurkha Everest expedition, AG Everest Expedition and Mountain trip companies reutilized their old permits for this year too. Government collected Rs 190 million as royalty from 45 spring expeditions where over 400 world climbers for dissimilar peaks including Mt Everest till date. Everest base Camp has covered by the climbers these days. They are willing to summit the Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse soon. Icefall doctors are monitoring route daily basic as Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee opened the new trail to Everest Top. They have replaced Black diamond’s ropes instead of Korean ropes of last year. In this spring season of 2017, Mt Kanchangunja which is also third highest mountain of the world will be climbed by Maya Sherpa and her team along with Italian alpinist Simone Moro and his four member team will attempt the summit of this peak. Italian four member group will also try to summit Mt Yalung kang (8,505m) in same time. Likewise, Spanish expedition lovers Carlos Sorio Fontan of 78 years have obtained permit of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8,167m) in this spring.
Another Mt. Manaslu is over 8000 meters peak in Nepal will be climbed by Spanish team Madariaga leading 6 member team. Satori Adventure is operating their expedition. As per Department of Tourism officials they also have issued permits of Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Mt Nuptse (7855m) and Mt. Makalu (8,463m) among other peaks of the country. April and May considered as best climbing and trekking season.
Source: The Himalayan Times
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