Under a new set of rules, double amputees, blind people and solo travelers will no longer be able to climb the highest mountain in the world.
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Nepal has imposed new restrictions on climbing Mount Everest, banning solo climbers, double amputees and blind people from climbing it.
The new rules, which were set after a series of deadly accidents, are now being criticized by several sources, including Hari Budha Magar, a soldier who lost both legs in Afghanistan and is currently training to climb the mountain. “Nepal should be proud of me, not banning me,” he wrote on Facebook.