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8000-Meter Peaks - Climbing - About.com
The world's 14 highest mountains are an exclusive club of peaks whose summits tower more than 8,000 meters (26,247 feet) above sea level. These mountains ...
The 8,000-Meter Peaks — The World's Highest Mountains - Climbing
The world's highest mountains, all in central Asia, are the 14 mountains that rise higher than 8000 meters (26247 feet) above sea level. Learn fast facts here ...
How Many 8,000-Meter Summits are in the World? -- Prominence ...
The 8,000-meter peaks are the main summits of the earth's 14 highest mountains. All are in the lofty Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges in Nepal, Tibet, ...
The 8,000-Meter Peaks — Climbing the World's Highest Mountains
The world's highest mountains are 14 peaks in central Asia whose summits tower more than 8,000 meters (26,247 feet) above sea level. Learn here about each ...
All About Annapurna: 10th Highest Mountain in the World - Climbing
Facts About Annapurna, the Tenth Highest Mountain in the World, and one of the world's 14 8000-meter peaks, including its location and first ascent information.
Cho Oyu: 6th Highest Mountain in the World - Climbing - About.com
Cho Oyu is the easiest 8,000-meter peak to climb, via its Northwest Ridge, with no technical climbing, big snowfields, and little objective danger. It is easily ...
Broad Peak — 12th Highest Mountain in the World - Climbing
In 1997 American Ed Viesturs, in his quest for all 8,000-meter peaks, climbed only to the lower summit of Broad Peak. The next day climbers noticed his tracks ...
K2: Second Highest Mountain in the World - Climbing - About.com
Godwin-Austen climbed 1,000 meters up a spur of Masherbrum above Urdukas and ... K2 is one of the most difficult of the fourteen 8,000-meter peaks, offering ...
Kangchenjunga - Highest Mountain in India - Climbing - About.com
Kangchenjunga is the highest mountain in India and second highest in Nepal and is the easternmost 8000-meter peak.
Gasherbrum I — 11th Highest Mountain in the World - Climbing
Gasherbrum I was the first 8,000-meter peak climbed alpine style when Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler ascended it bottom to top with no set camps, ...