Nepal – A Nepali Alpine Association Wants To Restrict Older People From Climbing Mount Everest

Min Bahadur Sherchan
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A Nepali Alpine association is pushing for an age limit on who can climb Mount Everest. The discussion comes after a second climber died ascending the mountain this week, 85-year-old climbing veteran Min Bahadur Sherchan. He was once the oldest man to reach the summit of the world’s tallest mountain and was attempting to regain the…








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