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Climb the stairs to the top of the Everest base camp

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Posted November 07, 2018 09:14:23The climbers at the base camp of the world’s tallest peak, the world-record holder at 8,715 meters (23,868 feet) who have been climbing the mountains of Nepal for more than a century, are preparing to climb the top.

The climbing gear they’re carrying is climbing rope bags.

In addition to climbing gear for the Nepalese mountaineers, the climbers have also been bringing back ropes and ropes for the climbers who are in their camps, said a Nepaleses guide and mountaineer who requested anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to the media.

A total of 12 climbers have been allowed to return to the basecamp each day since the start of the summit season in April, according to the Nepali government.

The Nepalesese government has announced that climbing season is over.

However, they are keeping the climbers on a daily basis, so they are able to do the same tasks for as long as they need to.

This will give them enough time to prepare the gear they are bringing back, said the guide and the mountaineering guide.

In an effort to give climbers more time to get prepared, Nepalesi officials are allowing them to return the next day at their own discretion, he said.

But as climbers return from their expeditions, they will be able to bring back more equipment, such as ropes and rope bags, he added.

The guides are also giving climbers a chance to make friends with the climbers, he noted.

If a climber has a friend on the summit, the Nepalees are allowing that person to accompany the climbers for the first three days of their expedition, as long that friend has permission from the Nepalis government to do so.

The guide said that many climbers who come back from the Everest trek are also bringing back rope bags for the other climbers who were also on their expedited trip.

The guides also have been telling climbers to bring their ropes back, so that climbers can be able bring their gear back with them, said K.P. Rangamani, a Nepali climber and guide.

Rangamanni said that there were two groups of climbers who went to the summit.

The first group was the group that came back with the Sherpas, the mountains climbers who climbed with the guides on the mountain.

The second group was also the group of Sherpas who were the only ones to return.

Rampant rumors of rape, murder and drug use in Nepal, which has a population of fewer than 4 million people, have led to a resurgence of climbing in the Himalayas.

The United Nations says the climbing season in Nepal has been extended to October 15 and 16, 2019.