There are 14 mountains high in the world from 8000 m. 8 of them are in Nepal 5 in Pakistan and 1 Tibet in China. Among them 10 mountains are situated in Mountain Himalayas and 4 mountains in Karakoram Of the 10 Himalayas, 8 Nepal and one is in Pakistan and China, whereas Koh is the four mountains of Karakoram and Pakistan. All these 14 mountains have a brief knowledge of their height. Who is the first to head? So far, how many have been beheaded, and how many Mt has lost their lives.
The highest mountain in the world is Mount Everest. The height of which is 8848 meters, 27.59.18 and the height of 86.55.33. Mount Everest is located on the border of Nepal and Tibet and can be headed from both sides. Mount Everest was first visited by Edmund Hillary of New Zealand and Sherpa Tenzing Norge of Nepal on 29 May 1953. Mount Everest was first visited by Polish mountaineers Krzysztof Wielicki and Leszek Cichy on February 17, 1980. Everest has been reduced to 7001 so far, while 223 have died while on or returning.
Second highest mountain in the world is The Keto, which is 8616 meters long with a height of 35.52 feet 76.30. Keto is located in Pakistan. Keto was first given the head of The Achille Compagnoni and Lino Lacedelli of Italy on 31 July 1954. Keto could not be head over in the winter. Keto has been headed by 355 people so far. While 81 have died while head-on or returning.
Kunchen Changa is the third highest mountain in the world with a height of 8586 m. The KunchenChanga is located on the border of Nepal and India but can be headed only from Nepal. The Kunchen China was first given to The British By George Band and Joe Brown on 25 May 1955. The Kunchen China was first beheaded by Polish coaches Krzysztof Wielicki and Jerzy Kukuczka on January 11, 1986. So far, The Kunchen Changa has been headed by 332 people. While 40 have died while head-on or returning.
The world’s fourth highest mountain is Lotes, with a height of 8516 m and 28.57 m. Lhotsay is located on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Lotus was first headed by British Fritz Luchsinger and Ernst Reissr on 18 May 1955. I was head-on. Lotus was first beheaded by Polish coach Krzysztof Wielicki on December 31, 1988. So far, Lotes has been beheaded by 604 people. While 13 have died while head-on or returning.
The world’s fifth highest mountain is Makalo, with a height of 8485 m and 27.53 m. Makalo is located on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Lotus was first headed by Jean Couzy and Lionel Terray of France on 15 May 1955. Lotus was first head-to-head by Italian coach Simon More and Kazakhstan’s Denis Urubko on February 9, 2009. So far, Makalo has been beheaded by 434 people. While 31 have died while head-on or returning.
6- Cho Oyu
The world’s highest mountain is Chuyo, which has a height of 8188 m and 28.05 m. Cho Oyu is located on the border of Nepal and Tibet. Choo was the first head of Austria and Nepal’s Josef J.chler, Herbert Tichy, Pasang Dawa Lama on 19 October 1954. Choyo was first beheaded by Maciej Berbeka and Maciej Pawlikowski of Poland on February 12, 1985. So far, Chuo has been beheaded by 3331 people. While 44 have died while head-on or returning.
The world’s seven highest mountain is Dhaulagiri, with a height of 8167 m and 28.41 m. Dhaulagiri is located in Nepal. Dhaulagiri was first headed by a joint team of different countries on 13 May 1960. in which
Kurt Diemberger, Peter Diener, Ernst Forrester, Albin Schelbert, Nawang Dorje Were included in Nima Dorje. Dhillon was first beheaded by Andrzej Czok and Jerzy Kukuczka of Poland on January 21, 1985. Dhaulagiri is beheaded by 469 people. While 69 have died while head-on or returning.
8- Manaslu. Manaslu
World’s eighth highest mountain is Manaslu, with a height of 8163 m and 28.33 m. Manaslu is located in Nepal. Manaslu was first given to Japan and Nepal’s Toshio Imanishi, Gyalzen Norbu, on May 9, 1956. Manaslu was first beheaded by Poland’s Maciej Berbeka and Ryszard Gajewski on January 12, 1986. So far, Manaslu has been beheaded by 903 people. While 65 have died while head-on or returning.
9- . Nanga Parbat
Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain in the world with a height of 8126 m and a height of 35.14 m. Nanga Parbat is located in Pakistan. The Nanga Parbat was first heady by Hermann Buhl of Germany on 3 July 1953. The first time in the winter, The Night of the Dead was on February 26, 2016, when The Italian coach Simon More was head over to Ali Sadpara of Pakistan and Alex Txikon of Spain. The Nanga Parbat is beheaded by 335 people. While 68 have died while head-on or returning.
The world’s tenth highest mountain is Anaperna, with a height of 8091 m and 28.35 m. Annapurna is located in Nepal. Maslow was first headed by Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal of France on June 3, 1950. Annapurna was first head-to-head by Jerzy Kukuczka and Artur Hajzer of Poland on February 3, 1987. So far, Annapurna has been headed by 211 people. While 61 have died while head-on or returning.
11- Gasherbrum 1.
Gasharbaram is the 11th highest mountain in the world with a height of 8080 m and a height of 35.43 m. The Gasharbaram One is located in Pakistan. The First American Andrew J. Kauffman and Peter K. Schoening head to The Year of the Year on July 5, 1958. The First Winter of the Year was first held on March 9, 2012, by Adam Bielecki and Janusz Golab. The Gasharbaram One is headed by 334 people. While 29 have died while head-on or returning.
12- Broad Peak
Broadpack is the 12th highest mountain in the world with a height of 8051 m and a height of 35.48 m. Broadpack is located in Pakistan. The broad pack was first headed by Austrian Hermann Buhl, Kurt Diemberger, Marcus Schmuck, Fritz Winterstellar on June 9, 1957. Broadpack was first head-to-head by Poland’s Maciej Berbeka, Adam Bielecki, Tomasz Kowalski, Artur Ma’ek on March 5, 2013. Broadpack has been headed by 404 coaches so far. While 21 have died while head-on or returning.
13- Gasherbrum 2.
The 13th highest mountain in the world is The Gashebaram To, with a height of 8035 m. The City of Gasharbaram is located in Pakistan. The first to go to The Gisherbem was Joseph Larch of Austria, Fritz Moravec, Johann Willenpart, on July 7, 1956. The First Winter of the Summer son was headed by Simone Moro of Italy and Denis Urubko of Kazakhstan and Cory Richards of the United States on February 2, 2011. The Gasharbaram One is headed by 930 people. While 21 have died while head-on or returning.
14- Shish Pangma.
The world’s 14th and last 8000 meters high is The Shish Pangman, with a height of 8027 meters, 28.33 m. Shish Pingman is located in Tibet. Shish Pingman was first headed by China’s Hsu Ching, Chang Chun-yen, Wang Fu-zhou, Chen San, Cheng Tian-Liang, Wu Tsung-Yue, Sodnam Do on May 2, 1964. Shish Pingman was first head-to-head by Piotr Morawski of Poland and Simon More of Italy on January 14, 2005. So far, The Shish Pangman has been beheaded by 302 people. 25 have died while heading ingoing or returning