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10 teams allowed to climb mountains in winter season

  • Third Rock Adventures
  • Posted on: Wed Feb 3, 2021
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Kathmandu, February 3

After the coronavirus pandemic, the tourism sector is gradually rising. Signs of this are beginning to be seen in mountaineering. According to the Department of Tourism, 45 people from 10 climbing teams have taken permission to climb the mountain during the winter season till Tuesday. Of these, 7 are women.

Generally, in the winter season, people prepare to climb Mt. Everest by climbing small and low mountains. According to the department, no team seemed interested in climbing Mt. Everest for the winter season. According to the department, the two teams have taken permission to climb Manaslu above 8,000 meters this year. Fourteen members of the two expeditions have taken permission for Manaslu.

Three members of a team have taken permission to climb Luza Peak (5726 m). The government has collected Rs 896,005 in royalties from the permits issued this season.



  • Third Rock Adventures
  • Posted on: Wednesday Feb 3, 2021

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