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The nepal government to look at tougher rules for climbing Mount Everest

A special advisory committee, the Nepalese government recommended more stringent regulations for the climbing of Mount Everest is to be implemented. In the past klimseizoen there were a lot of people killed on the world’s highest mountain (8.848 meters).

The officers, klimexperts and klimorganisaties formed, the advisory committee has, on behalf of the government, various rules have been established to improve safety on the mountain is increasing.

As for the government, the new rules implement, will get climbers only need a license if they already have a mountain of at least to 6,500 feet high to climb. In addition, they must have a guide with them at all times and they must have a certificate to demonstrate that they are in good condition.

The Nepalese ministry of Tourism has already announced that it will seek the advice of new laws and regulations have been transposed, it will be used.

Earlier this year the death of eleven climbers. According to the critics, it was in the previous season, to push on to the Mt. The government has issued a record number of 381 permits.

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