Monday 28th September 2020

535 Climbers Successful Scaled 25 Mountains during Autumn

Nepali Government has collected NPR 65.7 million from mountaineering royalty
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535 Climbers Successful Scaled 25 Mountains during Autumn

According to the Nepali Department of Tourism (DoT), a total of 535 climbers have successfully reached the summit of 25 mountains during this autumn.

The mountaineers include 417 males and 118 females.

The Nepali government has granted permission to scale 53 mountains including Mt Everest. However, only 25 mountains were successfully summitted.

Mountains with Highest No. of Successful Climbers:

  • Mt Manaslu (8,163m) – 188 climbers
  • Mt Amadablam (6,814m) – 181 climbers
Mt Amadablam (6,814m)

Mt Amadablam

Earlier, the DoT had issued permission for 1,210 members to climb various mountains for the autumn season.

[ALSO READ: Nirmal Purja Completes 14-Peak Summit in Record 6 Months and 6 Days]

Meanwhile, the Nepali Government has collected NPR 65.7 million as royalty from mountaineers for the autumn season, an increase by NPR 10 million from the last autumn season.

Moreover, the government has already collected NPR 1.68 million from mountaineering royalty and granted permission for two teams to ascend Mt Amadablam.

[ALSO READ: Nepal’s Sanu Sherpa Becomes Third Nepali Mountaineer to Scale all 14 Peaks Above 8,000 M]

Earlier, the Nepali Government has opened 414 peaks, from a total of 3,310 peaks, for a commercial expedition.


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