The mountaineers went missing on May 25 and even of the total eight bodies were brought down by the ITBP from about 19,000 feet to a lower base on July 3.
ITBP spokesman Vivek Kumar Pandey said the team is trying to move the bodies to a base camp further down the mountain so that they can be airlifted in a day or two.
The Indian Air Force said that rains, hostile terrain, clouds, wild animals, snakes and insects stand in the way of their retreat from the site.
Worn by the wind and cold to near skeletons, the remains have been in a Kathmandu morgue since they were brought back from the slopes two weeks ago with nearly 11 tonnes of trash.
The bodies will now be taken to Haldwani Medical College for post-mortem and identification, said the DM.
While 28-year-old soldier Ravi Thakar was found dead inside his tent at Camp IV on Mt Everest, Narayan Singh diedon Thursday night when he was climbing down from the 8,485-meter Mt Makalu summit.