Dangerous mountain, danger has the charm of the challenge. To fascinate us humans want to try to test themselves to overcome. The Telegraph website has ranked the top 10 most dangerous mountains in the world ready to kill many climbers from around the world. together
Height above sea level 8,844.43 meters (29,017 feet)
Everest is one of the peaks in the Himalayas and is the highest peak in the world. From the past to the present More than 200 climbers have ended their lives here, and many have tried to climb, but have failed to reach the top. Today, with progress, more and more people can conquer this mountain. It is not as scary as in the past. It is also a dream for climbers from all over the world who want to be. The conqueror of the highest peaks in the world
9.The Matterhorn, Switzerland – Italy
Height above sea level 4,478 meters (14,692 feet)
The Matterhorn was one of the most dangerous peaks in the Alps in 1857, and a group of initiatives wanted to try and conquer it. But the story ended sadly because four people in the group had to sacrifice their lives here. And later, there are still more climbers. Making the mortality rate one of the highest. Because of its shape resembling a pyramid that creates a terrifying slope
8.Mount Vinson, Antarctica
Height above sea level 4,892 m (16,050 ft)
Mount Vinson is the highest peak in Antarctica. It was first discovered in 1958 and although so far about 1,400 climbers have successfully conquered this peak. But even so, it’s not an easy task, as its location on a far-flung, icy and remote continent makes it one of the toughest mountains.
7.Mount Fitz Roy, Argentina
Height above sea level 3,359 meters (11,020 feet)
Mount Fitz Roy, although it’s not as high as the sky But each year, hardly anyone reaches the top of the mountain successfully. Or some years without even Which is because it is a steep granite cliff, which is more dangerous than anywhere else.
6. Kangchenjunga, India – Nepal
8,586 m (28,169 feet) above sea level.
Kangchenjunga It is one of the highest peaks in the Himalayas and is the third tallest in the world, although nowadays it has advanced and advanced climbing technology. But the death rate for trying to climb this mountain is still high as before. The average is 1 to 5 ever because of avalanches and bad weather on the mountain that happens all the time.
5. Nanga Parbat, Pakistan
Altitude 8,126 meters (26,660 feet) above sea level.
Nanga Parbat is one of the peaks in the Himalayas and is the 9th tallest in the world, with brutality causing many hikers to fail and leave their lives here, and this peak if it is winter. No one has ever conquered it yet.
4. Mont Blanc, France – Italy
Height above sea level 4,810 meters (15,781 feet)
Mont Blanc is one of the highest peaks in the Alps, the highest in Europe. It’s known for its mesmerizing scenery and perfect for skiing. But it has caused many people to end their lives here. But even so, it doesn’t deter people who dare to venture to the mountain This is a little less.
3. K2, Pakistan
8,611 meters (28,251 feet) above sea level
The K2 is the second tallest in the world after Everest, and it has the second highest mortality rate in the world, and the K2 is also one of the peaks that no one can conquer in winter as well. Nanga Parbat It is therefore nicknamed “Savage Mountain” or Mountain of Cruelty. And although sometimes there are people who can climb to the top of the mountain But had to sacrifice life from the fierce blizzard wind
2. Annapurna, Nepal
Altitude 8,091 m (26,545 ft) above sea level
Annapurna is the highest mortality mountain in the world. Of the 157 climbers, 60 have to finish here, or 38% of all challengers. Making it one of the world’s most difficult mountains to conquer. Yet, in 1987, a pair of hikers conquered it in the cold of winter for the first time.
1. Eiger, Switzerland
Height above sea level 3,970 meters (13,025 feet)
Eiger, although it is not as high as anyone else But it is the most dangerous peak. It is located in the Alps, was discovered in 1858, but no one has ever been able to conquer it. Although there are hikers to challenge the height of it. But 64 people died, and the rest all failed. Made it nicknamed “Mordwand” or “Murder wall” or “wall of death” that until July 24, 1938 or 80 years later, it has been able to conquer it in the end