April 11,2023: As spring begins in the Himalayas, Nepal’s Tourism Department Climbing Section has granted permission to 200 climbers from 20 different groups to climb Mount Everest, the highest peak in the world so far. With 31 women and 166 men, a total of 197 climbers will embark on this incredible journey, along with foreign climbers present in these numbers.

This season has seen a significant increase in the number of climbers granted permission to climb the peak. According to the Mountaineering Department’s Climbing Section, over 460 climbers from 55 groups have been granted permission to climb various mountains and peaks, including Mount Everest. The total royalty collection from mountain climbing has also exceeded NPR 280 million.

Mohan Lamsal, the Secretary-General of the Nepal Mountaineering Association, expressed confidence in this season’s climb of Mount Everest, stating that it would be a very exciting experience for all involved. Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the travel and tourism industry, it is expected that mountain climbing will still proceed well.

The Nepalese government has implemented strict safety protocols to ensure the safety of climbers and mountaineering teams during this season’s climb. All climbers and their support teams must present a negative COVID-19 test result upon arrival in Nepal and are required to undergo regular health screenings throughout their journey.

This season’s climb will also include several notable expeditions, including a team of Nepalese climbers who will attempt to summit Mount Everest without the use of supplemental oxygen. Additionally, a team of disabled climbers will embark on their journey to climb Mount Everest, a feat that has been accomplished by only a few people in history.

The Mount Everest climb has always been a significant event in the mountaineering world, attracting climbers from all over the world to attempt to reach its peak. The Nepalese government has made a significant effort to ensure the safety of all climbers and support teams, and their efforts have been appreciated by the mountaineering community.

As the climbers begin their ascent to the summit, the world eagerly anticipates their success and looks forward to the stories and achievements that will undoubtedly emerge from this year’s climb of Mount Everest.

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