“They are trapped in Lukia, the entrance to Mt Everest in eastern Nepal due to bad weather so that airlines cancel flights to these remote areas,” the official said on Friday.
Tens of thousands of climbers come to Solukhumbu region in eastern Nepal, a place that every year a haven for those who go to The Peak of Mount Everest.
Weather officials in Kathmandu said the region is viewed as a region with low cloud and strong winds so the flights with smaller aircraft was difficult and risky.
“Flight with a private helicopter is very expensive and unaffordable cost of the climbers,” said Mahendra Singh Thapa, senior officials climber Agency Association of Nepal.
Bikram Neupane, Head of the Himalayan Rescue Association, Nepal, said that all tourist climbers safe and not in danger.
“They did not get a flight home to Kathmandu due to bad weather,” said Neupane told Reuters.