Calls to reign in unfit climbers after deadly Everest season | AFP

Eleven people died on Mount Everest this season, marred by chaos, overcrowding and fatal queues on freezing ridges of the mountain as a record numbers of climbers tried to summit. Returning climbers and mountaineering experts have criticised the government’s policy to dole out permits to anyone who forks up the $11,000 permit fee, opening doors to inexperienced climbers that risk themselves and others on the mountain.

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