505 people to climb mountains this year, Mt.Everest holds the highest craze
Kathmandu. This year, 505 people have taken permission to climb 18 mountains in Nepal. According to the Department of Tourism, 61 groups have been allowed to climb the mountain so far this year. There are 389 males and 116 females in the group and a total of 505 people.
This year, most people have taken permission to climb the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest. So far, 204 people from 23 groups have been allowed to climb Mt.Everest. There are 158 men and 204 women on their mark to climb the world’s highest peak this year.
After Mt.Everest, the second-largest permission has been granted to climb Lotse. So far, 52 people have taken permission to climb Lotse. According to the department, 39 people have got permission for Amadablam, 26 for Annapurna Fort, 16 for Baruntse, 21 for Dhaulagiri, 16 for Hilung, 46 for Kanchanjunga, 15 for Makalu, 9 for Manaslu and 28 for Nuptse.
The department has stated that revenue of Rs.297.43 million has been raised so far this year by giving permission for mountaineering.
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