Tourism activities, which have been stalled for a long time, are gradually resuming. In this context, the permission for mountaineering has also increased.
According to the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Department of Tourism, a total of nine teams have taken permission to climb the mountain in the winter season till 10th Jan 2020.
43 climbers from 9 teams have taken permission to climb this season. Most of them are going for Manaslu Expedition (8163 m).
According to the Department of Tourism, 16 climbers of the two teams have taken permission for the mountain. Eleven members of a team have taken permission to climb Thapa Peak (6012 m). Eight members of the two teams are going to climb Amadablam.
According to the department, three people have been allowed to climb Luja Peak, one in Kyangu Rima, two in Surma Sarovar, and two in Rokapi. So far, the department has collected Rs. 879,000 in royalties for climbing permits. The winter season is considered to be the season to prepare before going to climb Mt. Everest.Tags: Everest expedition, expedition after covid, expedition news, Mountain Expedition Charm Increases in Nepal, mountain expedition news, peak climbing in nepal, peak climbing news