Wednesday August 14, 2019 09:06 PM A committee is recommending Nepal require would-be climbers to have experience climbing tall peaks, proper training, good health and rescue insurance to obtain a permit for Mount Everest Written by The Associated Press KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A Nepal government committee formed after a bad mountaineering season on Mount Everest has recommended requiring climbers to have scaled tall peaks, undergone proper training, and possess certificates of good health and insurance that would cover rescue costs if required. A report by the committee released Wednesday says people must have successfully climbed a peak higher than 6,500 meters (21,320 feet) before they can apply for a permit to scale Mount Everest. Each climber would also be required to have a highly experienced guide. Of the 11 people who died during the spring climbing season this year, nine were climbing from the southern side of the peak in Nepal, making it one of the worst years on the mountain. The government was criticized for allowing too many climbers on the world’s highest peak. Mountaineering authorities were also criticized for not stopping inexperienced climbers who had difficulty coping with harsh conditions on Everest and slowed down other climbers… Read full this story
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