Top Highest Mountains of Nepal

Jankari Nepal – 10 Highest Mountains of Nepal.

12 of the 20 highest mountains in the world are in Nepal. There are so many mountains in Nepal that 8 of the 10 largest mountains in the world belong to Nepal. Mount Everest, the world’s largest mountain, is also located in Nepal. Out of the 10 highest mountains in the world, except for the second highest and the ninth highest, all the 8 highest mountains are located in Nepal.

List of Top 12 Highest Mountains of Nepal

  1. Mount Everest (8,848.86 m)
  2. Kangchenjunga (8,586 m)
  3. Lhotse – (8,516 m)
  4. Makalu – (8,481 m)
  5. Cho Oyu – (8,188 m)
  6. Dhaulagiri I – (8,167 m)
  7. Manaslu – (8,163 M)
  8. Annapurna I – (8,091 m)
  9. Gyachung Kang – (7,952 m)
  10. Annapurna II – (7,937 m)
  11. Himalchuli – (7,893 m)
  12. Nuptse – (7,861 m)

1. Mount Everest

NAME: Mount Everest
HEIGHT: 8848.86 Metre
LOCATION: Solukhumbu

Mount Everest is the largest mountain not only in Nepal but also in the world. Mount Everest is located on the border of Nepal and China. Mount Everest is located in Khumjung in Solukhumbu district of Nepal. When going to Everest, you have to go through Namchebazar. Namche Bazaar is also known as Gateway of Mount Everest. From December 14, 2020, the new height of Everest has become 8848.86 meters. Before the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the height of Everest was 8848 meters. The height of Everest base camp is 5356 meters. The height of the peak of Sagarmatha is 7 square kilometers.

2. Kangchenjunga

Highest Mountains of Nepal

NAME: Kangchenjunga
HEIGHT: 8586 Metre
LOCATION: Taplejung & Mangan Nepal, Sikkim, India

Kanchenjunga is the second highest mountain in Nepal and the third highest mountain in the world. Kanchenjunga is located on Taplejung district and Mangan district of Nepal. Kanchenjunga was once considered the highest mountain in the world, which was connected to India in the eastern part of Nepal. Kanchenjunga and its satellite peaks form a massive mountain massif consisting of 5 high peaks (Kanchenjunga Main, West, Central, South and Khangbachchen).

3. Lhotse

NAME: Lhotse
HEIGHT: 8516 Metre
LOCATION: Border between Tibet, China and Khumbu, Nepal

Lhotse is the third highest mountain in Nepal and the fourth highest mountain in the world at 8,516 metres (27,940 ft). The main summit is on the border between Tibet Autonomous Region of China and the Khumbu region of Nepal. one of the prominent peaks in the Everest massif. Lhotse is indeed situated to the south of Mount Everest and is connected by the South Col, a high col or pass, which is why it’s often referred to as the “south peak” in Tibetan. The geography you described is accurate – with Mount Everest to the north and Nuptse to the west, Lhotse does form a horseshoe-shaped arc within the Everest massif. Lhotse’s western face is significant as it plays a vital role in the standard routes of ascent for both Lhotse and Everest. Climbers often use this area as part of their ascent strategy for these peaks. While Lhotse is not as prominent as some of the other Eight Thousands (peaks above 8,000 meters in elevation) due to its relatively lower prominence and the high southern col connecting it to Everest, it’s still a highly challenging and sought-after summit for mountaineers.

4. Makalu

NAME: Makalu
HEIGHT: 8481 Metre
LOCATION: Khumbu, Nepal / Tibet, China

At 8,481 meters, Makalu is the fourth highest mountain in Nepal and fifth highest mountain in the world. Located in the Mahalangur Himalayas, 19 km southeast of Mount Everest, on the Sino-Nepal border. One of eight thousand, Makalu is an isolated peak in the shape of a four-sided pyramid. Makalu has two notable subsidiary peaks.

5. Cho Oyu

NAME: Cho Oyu
HEIGHT: 8188 Metre
LOCATION: Koshi Province, Nepal and Tibet

At 8,188 meters, Cho Oyu Himalayans is the 5th highest mountain in Nepal and 6th highest mountain in the world. Located in the Kishi Province of Nepal and Tibet of China. Indeed, Nangpa La is a glacial pass situated to the west of Cho Oyu, one of the world’s fourteen 8,000-meter peaks located on the Nepal-Tibet border. With an elevation of 5,716 meters (18,753 feet), Nangpa La historically served as a significant trade route connecting Tibetans and the Sherpas of the Khumbu region. This pass plays a role in separating the Khumbu Himalayas from the Rolwaling Himalayas. Cho Oyu, standing at 8,188 meters (26,864 feet), is notable for being one of the easier 8,000-meter peaks to climb due to its relatively moderate slopes, particularly on its standard northwest ridge route.

6. Dhaulagiri I

NAME: Dhaulagiri I
HEIGHT: 8167 Metre
LOCATION: Dhaulagiri, Nepal

Dhaulagiri I is the sixth highest mountain in Nepal and the seventh highest mountain in the world at 8,167 meters (26,795 ft) above sea level. Located in the Himalayas of Nepal. It stands on an impressive Its first successful ascent was in May 13, 1960, Through the collaborative efforts of the Swiss-Austrian-Nepalese expedition team. Annapurna I, on the other hand, is another major Himalayan mountain, located about 34 km east of Dhaulagiri. Annapurna I is even higher, with a height of 8,091 meters. Both Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I are popular peaks for mountaineers and trekkers, attracting adventurers from around the world to explore their challenging terrains and breathtaking landscapes.

7. Manaslu

NAME: Manaslu
HEIGHT: 8163 Metre
LOCATION: Gorkha and Manang Districts of Nepal

Manaslu is the 7th highest mountain in Nepal and the 8th highest mountain in the world at 8,163 meters above sea level. It is in the Mansiri Himal, part of the Nepalese Himalayas, in the west-central part of Nepal. was first climbed by a Japanese expedition in 1956. Toshio Imanishi and Gyalzen Norbu successfully reached the summit on May 9, 1956, making them the first people to do so. This achievement was a significant milestone in the history of mountaineering. Manaslu is the highest peak in Gorkha district and lies about 64 km (40 mi) east of Annapurna. The mountain’s long ridges and valley glaciers offer possible views from all directions and culminate in a peak that towers above its surrounding landscape and is a prominent feature from afar.

8. Annapurna I

NAME: Annapurna I
HEIGHT: 8091 Metre
LOCATION: North-central Gandaki Province of Nepal

Annapurna I is a Eight highest mountain of Nepal and tenth highest mountain in the world at height of 8,091 metres above sea level. Annapurna I is a mountain located in the Annapurna range of the north-central Gandaki province of Nepal. It is known for the difficulty and danger of its climb.

9. Gyachung Kang

NAME: Gyachung Kang
HEIGHT: 7,952 Metre
LOCATION: Mahalangur Himal, border between Nepal and China

Gyachung Kang is a ninth highest mountain of Nepal and fifteenth highest mountain in the world at height of 7,952 metres above sea level. Gyachung is in the Mahalangur Himal section of the Himalayas and is the highest peak between Cho Oyu and Everest. It is located on the border of Nepal and China.

10. Annapurna II

NAME: Annapurna II
HEIGHT: 7,937 Metre
LOCATION: Annapurna Massif, Gandaki Province, Nepal

Annapurna II is the tenth highest mountain of Nepal and sixteenth highest mountain in the world at 7,937 metres above sea level. Annapurna II is one of the peaks in the Annapurna mountain range, which is a section of the Himalayas in Nepal. It is situated towards the eastern end of the range and is known for its considerable height and significance. Annapurna I is not only the 16th highest peak in the world, but also the second highest peak of Annapurna Himalayans. First climbed in 1960.

11. Himalchuli

NAME: Himalchuli
HEIGHT: 7,893 Metre
LOCATION: Lamjung, Gorkha, Gandaki Province, Nepal

12. Nuptse

NAME: Nuptse
HEIGHT: 7,861 Metre
LOCATION: Khumbu region of the Mahalangur Himal

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