Mt.Lotse : Climbing of Lhotse Himal has started this spring season. A group of climbers from Imagin Nepal (Lhotse-8,516 meters) successfully climbed the mountain on Tuesday morning, according to the Department of Tourism. Out of the total 12 climbers, five are Sherpas hanging ropes, while the other seven climbers are from Nepal, China, Pakistan and Greece. Lhotse is the fourth highest peak in the world.
Nepal has eight of the 14 highest mountains in the world above 8,000 meters. According to the mountaineering branch of the department, 92 climbers from 10 climber groups have gone for Lhotso. Similarly, the fifth highest mountain Makalu (8,463 m) has also been successfully climbed today. Five Sherpas from Sevene Summit Trek have successfully climbed Makalu.
According to Mingma Sherpa, chairman of the company, the Sherpa climbers had gone to Chuchuro to hang ropes for Makalu. A few days ago, Annapurna Himal was climbed, but the exact number of climbers has not been ascertained. With the ascent of Annapurna, the mountaineering of this yam started. The Sherpa group has reached near Chuchuro, paving the way for climbing the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest.
Eight Sherpas from the Expedition Operators Association have climbed Mt. Everest to hang ropes this season. A team of eight Sherpas has been on the way to Mount Everest for two days at the South Cole (8000 m altitude). Gyanendra Shrestha, a liaison officer at the base camp of Everest, said that the weather will help him reach the summit of Everest (8,848 meters) today.
“The Sherpa group reached South Cole yesterday and was trying to reach the summit. With the help of the weather, there is a possibility of reaching the peak today and hanging the rope. The result will come by this evening, ”said Shrestha. After Sherpa hangs the tori, the door to climb Mt. Everest will open this spring. At present, all the climbers are in the base camp of Everest. The rope is usually hung from the second camp on the 12th to the 18th of May. According to the department, 378 climbers from 41 climber groups have gone to the destination to climb Mt. Everest. There are 35 foreign and six Nepali climbers.
According to the Department of Tourism, 842 climbers from a total of 106 climbers have taken permission to climb Mt. Everest this season. Climbers from 48 countries, including Nepal, have set out to climb 28 mountains, including Everest. About 500 million royalties have been collected from mountaineering this season. The highest of this is 438.927 million.
Earlier, a group of eight Sherpas of the Everest Pollution Control Committee (SPCC) had paved the way to Camp-2. It is considered challenging to build a road to the second camp of Everest as there are plenty of glaciers, glaciers and dangerous places. Climbers say that reaching Camp-1 and Camp-2 from the base camp is considered more risky than climbing Mt. Everest. According to Icefall Doctor, the road to climb Mt. Everest is better this time than in the past. Favorable weather is expected to make the ascent exciting, said SPCC President Sherpa.
The time to climb Mt. Everest is usually 75 days. Out of that, 50 days are spent on mountaineering. According to Tenzin Sherpa, all climbers who have gone to the summit have to drop off at the base camp on May 29. In the same season of 2018, 346 climbers from 38 groups had taken permission to climb Mt. Everest. Among them were 34 foreign and four Nepali groups. In 2017, 372 climbers from a group of 38 climbers had obtained permission to climb Mt. Everest.