Nepal sets new rules for Everest climbers after deadly season

  The Guardian 

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Permit will depend on climbers having ascended at least one 6,500-metre Nepalese peak All climbers seeking a permit for Everest must have prior high altitude mountaineering experience and demonstrable training, a high-level commission for the Nepalese government has ruled. The recommendation was issued by a Nepalese government commission asked to look at the issue of high mountain safety after one
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