Over 100 climbers attempting to scale Mount Manaslu

Kathmandu, September 7 To support the country’s tourism economy, over 100 climbers have set  out to climb mountains in Nepal.

According to Gyanendra Shrestha, an official at the Department of Tourism says more than 230 climbers from across the world have so far applied for climbing permits representing 36 expedition teams. Noted mountaineers, including Peter Athans, Dominick Michael Muller, Arnold Coster, Ryan Powers Waters, Russel Brice, David Klein, Philip Crampton, and James Ryrie Norton are here to lead autumn expeditions, according to Shrestha. “More teams will be coming in the next couple of weeks,” he claimed.

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