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illegal climber arrested in Everest2017-05-19 14:57:45

Nepal police arrested South African film maker who tried to climb Mt. Everest without permits in Kathmandu. Ryan Davy of 43 years arrested near Everest Base Camp and sent to Kathmandu for further quires. In additional to the charge of climb Mt Everest with no permit he was accused of a public offence after a verbal fight with Nepal police officers.

Everest climbers and nationalities accept Nepali require to pay USD 11000 for permit fee to climb Everest. Now, Mr Davu will be fined to pay USD 22000 more as he is found illegal climber in the country.  Officials informed that he will be not allowed to visit Nepal for up to 10 years.

Several hundred climbers obtained climbing permits each year to rich Mt Everest Top.  On 17 March, Mr Davy arrived Kathmandu; He took a bus to Jiri and hiked 50 miles to Everest Base Camp. Although he had no permits he did not stopped and climbed Khumbu Icefall which is most difficult pass toward Everest top from base camp. He wrote in Face book that “I had reached 23,000 feet after 6 hours climb and I could have stayed there for all day”.

He obviously returned to camp, because on May 5 he was arrested by Tourism department official Gyanendra Shrestha. Shrestha doubtful as he was walking down to base camp with his mountaineering clothing and dress bellow all the tents. He didn’t stop in camp. Soon Gyanendra knows he took his passport and reported to Tourism department in Kathmandu. Mr.

Davy once he arrived Kathmandu on 8th May he apologies and wrote sorry for what he did on facebook again.   Davy has given three page written statements and police is investigating on it.

To climb Everest is dream of every one and over 400 climbers rich the summit of world’s highest peak on earth. 

Source: Admin 

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