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Annapurna

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Annapurna is a massif in the Himalayas in central north of Nepal which includes one mountain of more than eight thousand metres (26 thousand ft), 13 peaks of more than seven thousand metres (23,000 ft) and 16 more of six thousand metres (20,000 ft). The 55 km long massif is bounded to the west by the Kali Gandaki Gorge,...
Kangchenjunga
Kangchenjunga is also the third highest peak in the world, pronounced Kanchenjunga. In a part of the Himalayas, it rises at an altitude of 8.586 metres in the west of the Tamur River, in the north the Lhonak Chu and the Jongsang La River and in the east the Teesta River, in the Kangchenjunga Himal. It is...
GASHERBRUM II
The most isolated and strong concentration GASHERBRUM II of high mountains on the earth is situated at the head of the Baltoro Glacier, at the end of one of the most popular walks of the world. Gasherbrum II belongs to the broader group of 5 peaks of Gasherbrum 2 of which are 8000 m...
Gasherbrum I_waytomountains
Gasherbrum I does not say "shining wall" contrary to the common conviction. The name is derived from the Balti words Rgasha, meaning lovely brum, meaning mountain. Six Gasherbrum peaks are in nature. Gasherbrum I, also known as K5 and Secret Top, was named after the extreme remoteness of William Martin Conway in 1892. It's their highest height....
Broad Peak
Broad Peak is located on the Karakoram Range in north east Pakistan and is the twelfth highest mountain in the world, at 8,047 m. The first Westerner who saw the summit possibly was Lieutenant T.G. Montgomerie, on the western portion of the Baltoro Glacier. In 1856 he saw some remarkable peaks which he called temporarily. He looked...