7 tallest mountains in the world

Articles Aug 26, 2019 03:33

Everest is the highest mountain in the world, it is truth has long been proven by scientists and is more known. Then the mountains of runners-up with the next height of Everest are the mountains.

The mountains with the next height after Everest will be BREAK the top spot in the 7 world's highest mountain article below.

Mount Everest (8,850 meters)

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  Mount Everest is mountainous atop the great Himalayas of southern Asia, located at the border between Nepal and China's Tibet Autonomous Region, at 27 ° 59 ′ N 86 ° 56 E. Reaching an altitude of 29,035 feet (8,850 meters), Mount Everest is currently the highest mountain in the world.   In recent warnings, the number of deaths from Mount Everest is on the alert level. There are quite a few assumptions that the cause is given with human death when climbing this mountain, however, to the present the scientists say that not encouraging humans to Everest without armed with the knowledge of risk prevention.

K2 (8,611 meters)

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  K2, Qogir Feng of China, also known as Mount Godwin Austen, is called Dapsang or Chogori locally, the second-highest peak of the world (28,251 feet [8,611 meters]), only behind Mount Everest. K2 lies in the Karakoram mountains and is partially part of the Chinese-administered land in the Kashmir region of Xinjiang, China, and part of the Gilgit-Baltistan region of Kashmir during the Pakistan administration.   With harsh natural conditions and frequent storms, this place becomes quite dangerous for mountaineering. The percentage of people who died when climbing was only behind Mount Everest.  

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Kangchen (8.586 meters)

Kangchen junga is the third highest mountain in the world. It emerged at a height of 8.586 m in part of the Greek-painted sequence called Kangchenjunga, which was assigned to the west by the Tamur River, in the north by Lhonak Chu and Jongsang La, and to the east of the Teesta River.   

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  The first known map of Kanchenjunga was carried out by Rinzin Namgyal, one of the scholar explorers (who had already learned) in the mid-19th century, who had made a circuit sketch. In 1848 and 1849, Mr. Joseph Hooker, botany, was the first European to visit and describe the area, and in 1899, the mountaineering adventurer Douglas Freshfield traveled around the mountain. In 1905, a group of English-Swiss soldiers tried the proposed Yalung Valley route of Freshfield and four members were killed in the avalanche.  

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Lhotse

Lhotse. Lhotse with elevation-8.516 meters, is the fourth highest mountain in the world. It borders Everest and is part of Mount Everest. The summit of Lhotse lies on the border between the Khumbu region of Nepal and Tibet. It was first climbed in 1956 when a Swiss team consisted of Ernst Reiss and Fritz Luchsinger business.  

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  Interestingly, Lhotse Middle (the 8,410-meter peak Lhotse) was not convened until 2001. Middle is the last eight thousand meters to be convened and, although lower than the main Lhotse, is widely considered to be the hardest climber over eight thousand meters in the world. This, largely, is due to the scary tower-like shape on its upper floor.

Makalu (8.463 meters)

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  Makalu is a mountain in the Hellenic Mountains, in the Makalu Barun region, 19 km southeast of Everest, on the border between Nepal and China. With an elevation of 8,463 m, Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world and is one of 14 mountains on earth higher than 8,000 meters (26,247 ft). 

Cho Oyu (8,188 meters)

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  Cho Oyu is the sixth highest mountain in the world at an altitude of 8,188 meters above sea level. Cho Oyu is meant to mean "turquoise Goddess" in Tibetan. The mountain is the largest west of the Khumbu sub-region of the Mahalangur mountain range, 20 kilometers west of Mount Everest. The mountain is located on Nepal's Chinese border.  

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Dhaulagiri (8,167 meters)

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  The world's 7th highest peak is Mt. Dhaulagiri. This is one of the 5th tallest in Nepal. The mountain is located in the northwestern part of the Myagdi District of Nepal.  Dhavala means White Mountain and Giri, which means mountain peaks from Sanskrit, being a giant who actually attested that the White Mountain range is Dhavala-Giri here after being called Mt. Dhaulagiri combined. The actual elevation of Mt Dhaulagiri is (8.167 m) above sea level.

Mt. Dhaulagiriwas one of the most formidable peaks to climb with the first successful peak only in 1960 by Swiss people following the northeastern ridge.   The mountain was first seen by British observers in India in the early 1800 but was hardly known until an aerial survey by Switzerland in 1949. Five of Dhaulagiri l ranges and even until the early 1980, only the northeastern ridge was successfully climbed. Dhaulagiri is considered to be the most interesting peak of eight thousand meters a. In terms of altitude on the terrain, Dhaulagiri is unparalleled when it rises 7000m above the Kali Gandaki Valley over 30km horizontally, which according to any standard is an impressive statistic.  

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