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and , if time is is %HESITATION see that day or the day before , how dangerous it is a path , one forty five year old elites mountain it neck Hollis ascended Mount Everest in may this year he never imagined to come across so many fresh bodies in the snow eleven have died this season the west death toll in four easy is , in my view the landscape on Everest is changed you have , climb is now an experience climates that are attempting to climb Mount Everest without what I consider the necessary prior experience they dine out but crime consul they die now to put the harnesses on properly they need to share , Wallace believes the rules off far too relaxed the climb is starting the ascent from that the other side of the mountain is in to bat now on the north side of Everest where this year that with two deaths I believe on the north side three different to try to get the pen and you need to provide a climbing CV say you need to have a certain level of experience before before you're able to set foot in the mountain which is also in all the case on the south side the Nepalese government issued a record three hundred eighty one promise this year each costing eleven thousand dollars with shoppers and guides adding to the numbers more than eight hundred people were trying to reach the summit in a year of poor weather , slow climb is created traffic jams which in turn led to oxygen supply issues in the thin at the combination proved deadly for Hollis the solution doesn't lie in restricting palm it numbers he would rather see a case by case the screening process thank you