After furore and 11 deaths, Nepal considers limiting access to Mount Everest

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Viral pic of climbers line up to stand at the summit of Mount Everest on May 22, 2019.
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After lot of hue and cry over the no proper regulations in allowing climbers to climb Mount Everest,Nepal is considering tightening access to Mount Everest after eleven mountaineers, including four Indians, were killed this climbing season-the largest number of deaths since 1996.

Overcrowding and inexperience are being blamed for the deaths.

“We are looking into having a minimum requirement for climbers, fixing more ropes or taking more oxygen and sherpas,” news agency AFP quoted secretary at Nepal’s tourism ministry, as saying.

A photo from May 21 of a long line of mountaineers struggling to make their way to the top of a ridge had gone viral last month. It was when good weather forecast drove around 250 climbers, and almost as many sherpas, to scale the mountain all at once, leading to a long line at a bottleneck, which proved fatal for many.