Kathmandu : In Nepal, the number of climbers seeking permission to climb mountain, including Everest, in the spring has reached 492.
According to the Department of Tourism, most of these permits have been issued for Everest.
This season, 290 people from 30 groups have taken permission to climb Mt. Everest. This number is as of Tuesday. For the first time since 2019, climbers have been seen enthusiastically climbing.
The 2020 climbing season was cancelled due to the Corona epidemic. After Everest, more climbers will go to Lhotse, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.
According to statistics, 55 people from 7 groups have taken permission in Lhotse. Forty-four people have taken permission to climb Annapurna and 30 to climb Dhaulagiri.
In Amadablum, 27 climbers from two groups will go. In Manaslu, one person has taken permission. Eight people from one group will go to Makalu.
According to the department, 23 people from three groups have taken permission to climb Nuptse. Five people have taken permission in Pumari, one in Tukuche and eight in Tilicho.
A total of Rs 401.6 million has been collected from the Ascent permit issued till Tuesday.
(Source : Online Khabar)