Mount Everest Reserve ‘permanent closure’ Not true
Everest Rongphuk

Mount Everest National Nature Reserve in Tibet has been decided to ban tourists from entering core zone which is reorganized to begin from the Everest Base Camp. However, the mountain climber, whom are issued with climbing permit, are surely not be affected.

Recently, an online report about the Everest base camp was “permanently closed due to heavy ecosystem damage.” But it was denied by the local authority, and one official explanation has been made by deputy director of the EBC National Reserve’s Administration of Mr Gelsang, whom confirms that tourists are allowed to reach Rongphuk monastery or as far as the newly settled Camp Site Area which is about 2 kilometers away from the original Everest Base Camp.

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