In 2019, Nepal issued a record number of Mount Everest climbing permits, and many people with inexperienced mountaineering were also issued permits; It takes a long time to reach the summit of Mount Everest in a day, and the long time to reach the top has greatly increased. As a result, many people died due to lack of oxygen. 2_Mount Everest_-_Money makes trouble_1208 Mount Everest is the economic lifeline of Nepal, bringing jobs and income to its citizens. Mountaineer Zhanling Norgay successfully reached the top of Mount Everest in 1996, and his father Danzen Norgay was one of the first people to reach the top of Mount Everest, completing the feat as early as 1953.
Regarding the number of casualties in 2019, Zhan Ling believes that a large number of mountaineering licenses have been issued by photo retouching service relevant countries, professional guide Sherpas are providing support, and more and more high-tech mountaineering equipment has made climbing Mount Everest commercialized. Participate as long as you have enough money. He pointed out that although these "sudden enthusiasts" have money, they do not have enough experience and training, and their physical condition may not be able to cope with the high-altitude environment.
As a result, they not only put themselves in danger, but also endanger the lives of teammates and guides. 5_Mount Everest_-_Money makes trouble_2321 If a climber is in danger on Mount Everest due to inexperience, multiple rescuers will be dispatched, and teammates and guides will also be affected. Senior mountaineer and guide Lucas Futenbach pointed out that there are mountaineering companies willing to take guests to Mount Everest as long as they can afford the money. Many years ago, he thought that Nepal was overcrowded to the south of Mount Everest, so in 2016 he moved his mountaine