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Everest Cleanup Progresses: Cleaner Climbs Await in Nepal

Thanks to the dedicated efforts of Nepali troops and Sherpas, the magnificent summit of Mount Everest is becoming cleaner. This climbing season, they removed an incredible 11 tons (24,000 pounds) of trash, including four bodies and a skeleton, demonstrating a commitment to cleanliness and responsibility.

Even if there are still difficulties—Ang Babu Sherpa, the team leader, believes that 40–50 tons (88,000–110,000 pounds) of waste could still be there—this latest attempt represents an important milestone in maintaining Everest’s natural beauty.

Reduced Waste and a Greener Future

Recent legislation requiring climbers to take their rubbish back with them, along with increased environmental awareness, has greatly reduced waste. This has led to a cleaner and more enjoyable experience for all visitors, especially climbers who are now more mindful of their impact on the environment.

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Adventure Awaits

The breathtaking scenery and unparalleled challenge of conquering Everest continue to attract visitors from around the world. Nepal offers a wealth of experiences beyond the mountain itself, from the rich cultural heritage of Kathmandu to the stunning natural beauty of the Himalayas.

Come Experience Nepal’s Majesty

There has never been a better moment to discover the beauties of Nepal or to attempt climbing the highest peak in the world. By emphasizing environmental responsibility once again, your visit may contribute to the good work of protecting this natural gem.

Let’s keep Everest and all of Nepal clean and beautiful for future generations.

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