Climbing is now a buzz word for everyone following Nepal, now.
The world is watching Nepal this spring season, majorly because of the hundreds of climbers planning to climb the peak before the end of Spring 2019.
According to the Department of Tourism, a total of 75 climbers have already scaled the peak so far in this spring, while the official confirmation is still awaited.
Director at the Department of Tourism Meera Acharya informed that the expedition will resume from tonight.
Gyanendra Shrestha, the government liaison officer from the Everest Base Camp (EBC), informed that most of the climbers have already crossed Camp II.
Kami Rita Sherpa, who completed her 23th summit to Everest, is currently on mission for the 24th ascent.
Meanwhile, several other climbers have also ascended other peaks Makalu, Kanchenjunga, Lhotse, Annapurna and others.
A total of 868 people from 113 teams of 48 countries including Nepal received the permits for climbing various 28 peaks in Nepal, including the Everest, during this spring.
381 of 44 teams have submitted to climb the Everest, while 7 are domestic teams.