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Crowd on Manaslu this autumn


Nepalnews
2022 Sep 26, 13:47, Kampunge
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Manaslu Mountain (8,163 meters) has the highest number of mountaineers in autumn this year. This year, 506 climbers from 65 countries are trying to climb various mountains in Nepal, out of which 383 men and 123 women.

 A total of 38 teams are trying to climb this mountain, including 307 men and 97 women, totaling 404 people.The government of Nepal has earned total revenue of 363600 US dollars only by distributing climbing permits of Manaslu Himal.

After the completion of the rope fixing work on Manaslu Himal, some climbers have even climbed successfully. Mountaineer Sanu Sherpa who has climbed 14 mountains higher than 8000 meters in the world twice and has set a world record, Pasangdawa Sherpa who has climbed Mount Everest 24 times has successfully climbed Manaslu Mountain. Many other record climbers are also waiting for a successful ascent of Manaslu Himal.

The world record climber who has climbed Mt. Everest 26 times is now in Manaslu mountain. Kamirita gives information about her climbing expedition from Manaslu Mountain like this - Manaslu expedition update:

 Reached camp 1 safely yesterday (25th Sep) and had a great rest now we plan to move up to camp 2 (26th Sep). If everything goes as planned and the weather stays in our favor then we prepare for the summit push the following evening.

Dr. Priti Bhushal, a doctor at the Grande Hospital in the capital Kathmandu, who succeeded in climbing Mount Everest last spring, is now in Manaslu. He and his father senior advocate Bishnu Bhushal climbed Mount Everest in spring. Dr. Bhushal has set a goal to climb Manaslu this year and then Ama Dablam. Her slogan for mountain expeditions are "Gender responsive climate action" "disaster preparedness" and "mental health in an unequal world".

It can be expected that such climbs will help to boost Nepal's tourism business, which has declined in the last two years due to Covid. It can be expected that climbers from different countries who have come to Nepal will help spread the message that Nepal is a safe destination.

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