|Mount Everest (8,850 meters)|
New Rules Apply Nepal Climbing Everest - Nepal's Tourism Ministry on Friday (02/August/2013), will implement new regulations for expeditions to Everest, the world's highest mountain.
For the first time, the government team will be stationed at the base climbing to oversee and assist the climbers, climbing set, setting up rescue efforts, as well as protect the environment.
"Integrated Care Centre will also facilitate hikers by offering them services and safety communications," said Chandra Bhattarai Full of tourism units that take care of the climb.
During this time, control measures are carried out from the capital city of Kathmandu is considered ineffective.
"In the presence of the government in the field, the message 'violation of the law will be punished' become more apparent," said Bhattarai.