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TOPIC: Climbing guide charges

Climbing guide charges 7 years, 1 month ago #494

How do climbing guides charge, per day or per trip? Do they decide on how high the climb is? Just saw Maddy asking about charges for low altitude and high altitude porters, so thought this question will also help in getting the overall picture about porters and guides' fees for climbing.
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