1.Ama Dablam (eastern Nepal)
Ama Dablam is a mountain in the range of the Himalayas in eastern Nepal. The main peak is 6812 meters (22,349 feet), west peak below 5563 meters (18,251 feet). Ama Dablam means "Mother necklace"; protrusion length on each side like the arms of a mother (ama) to protect her child, and hanging glaciers dablam regarded as the traditional, double-locket containing photos of the gods, worn by Sherpa women. For several days, Ama Dablam dominates the eastern sky for anyone trekking to Mount Everest base camp.
Ama Dablam was first climbed on March 13, 1961 by Mike Gill (NZ), Barry Bishop (USA), Mike Ward (UK) and Wally Romanes (NZ) via the Southwest Ridge. They are well-acclimatised to the altitude, after the winter at 5800 feet near the base of the summit as part of the Silver Hut Expedition 1960-1961 Scientific, led by Sir Edmund Hillary.
Ama Dablam is a Himalayan peak of the third most popular for expeditions permitted. The most popular route by far is the Southwest Ridge. Climbers usually set up three camps along the ridge with three camp just below and to the right of hanging glaciers, which Dablam. Each calf ice from glaciers usually go left, away from the camp. However, the avalanche of 2006 proved otherwise. Permission to climb and a liaison officer who is required when attempting to Ama Dablam. Like Mt. Everest, climbing the best months are April to May (before monsoon) and September-October
2. Shivling (Garhwal Himalaya)
Shivling is a mountain in the Gangotri Group GarhwalHimalaya peak in the west, near the snout of the Gangotri Glacier. It lies in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, 6 kilometers (4 miles) south of the Hindu shrine Gaumukh (the source of Bhagirathi River). Its name refers to its status as a sacred symbol of God - Lord Shiva Shiva Linga. This is called the "Matterhorn Peak" by early European visitors because of the similarity in appearance to the Alpine peaks. Although no major local elevation, it is a dramatic rock peaks, and peaks of the most visually striking seen from Gaumukh, that and the difficulty of the climb made famous prize for mountain climbers.
3. Machapuchare (north central Nepal)
Machapuchare or Machhaphuchhare (माछापुछ्रे) "Fish Tails" in English, is a mountain in the Annapurna Himal in north central Nepal. It is respected by local residents, especially sacred to the god Shiva, and therefore forbidden to climb.
Machhapuchchhre at the end of a long ridge spur, coming south out of the main backbone of the Annapurna Himal, which forms the eastern boundary of the Annapurna Sanctuary. (The Sanctuary is a favorite trekking destination, and the site of base camp for the South Face of Annapurna and for the purpose of the smaller lots.) Peak is approximately 25 km north of Pokhara, the main town in this region.
Since the position of the south in the range, and a very low field located at the southern Annapurna Himal, Machapuchare commands tremendous vertical relief in the horizontal distance is quite short. This, combined with a steep profile, pointing, making a very conspicuous peak, although the altitude is lower than some neighboring countries. Double summit resembles a fish tail, hence the name which means "Fish Tails" in Nepali It is also nicknamed the "Matterhorn of Nepal".
4. The Matterhorn (German)
The Matterhorn (German), Monte Cervino (Italian) or Mont Cervin (French), is a mountain in the Pennine Alps on the border between Switzerland and Italy. The peak is 4478 meters (14,692 ft) high, making it one of the highest peaks in the Alps four faces steep, rising above the surrounding glaciers, showing the four compass points .. This mountain overlooks the town of Zermatt in the canton of Valais to north-east and Breuil-Cervinia in the Aosta Valley to the south. Theodul Pass, situated at the base of the eastern peak, is the lowest between the north and south sides.
The Matterhorn is the last great Alpine peaks to be conquered and the first ascent marks the end of time Golden alpinism. It was created in 1865 by an expedition led by Edward Whymper and ended tragically when some of its members fell to their deaths on the descent. The north face does not rise until 1931, and is between the north three faces of the Alps Matterhorn is one of the deadliest peaks in the Alps: from 1865 - when it first goes up - for 1995, 500 alpinists. died on it.
The Matterhorn become iconic symbol of the Swiss Alps and the Alps in general. Since the late nineteenth century, when the railway was built, it attracted more and more visitors and climbers. Every summer a large number of skilled mountaineers attempting to climb the Matterhorn via the north-east ridge Hörnli, the most frequented route to the summit.
5.Monte Fitz Roy (Patagonia)
Monte Fitz Roy is a mountain located near the village of El Chalten, Southern Patagonian Ice Field, in Patagonia, on the border antaraArgentina and Chile. The mountain is also known as Cerro Chalten, Cerro Fitz Roy, or simply Mount Fitz Roy. Cerro is a Spanish word meaning mountain, while Chalten derived from the word (Aonikenk) Tehuelche means "smoking mountain", because the clouds that usually form around the mountaintop. Fitz Roy, however, is just one of a number of peaks Tehuelche called Chalten.
As he explains in his book, Viaje a la Patagonia Austral, Francisco Moreno first saw the mountain on March 2, 1877. Because indigenous people are also referred to other mountain Chalten, he was named Fitz Roy, in honor of Robert FitzRoy, who, as captain of HMS Beagle has traveled to the top of Santa Cruz River in 1834 and charted much of the Patagonian coast.
It has been agreed upon by Argentina and Chile are the international border detours eastwards to pass through the main peak, but most of the border to the south of the summit, as far as Cerro Murallón, remains undefined.
The mountain is a symbol of Santa Cruz Province of Argentina, which includes representation in the upper arm.
It was first climbed in 1952 by French alpinists Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone.
This mountain has a reputation as the "ultimate", although the average height (although the highest peak in the Los Glaciares park, less than half the size of the giant Himalayas), because the sheer granite faces present long stretches technically difficult climb. In addition, the weather in this area is very bad and dangerous. It also attracts many photographers thanks to its form another world. This area, while still quite inaccessible, even more isolated until the development of the village of El Chalten and El Calafate International Airport. Climbing the mountain, however, remains very difficult and is a very experienced climber preserve. Today, when a hundred people may summit Mount Everest in one day, Monte Fitz Roy could only managed to rise once a year.
Monte Fitz Roy is the basis for the following logo clothing Patagonia Yvon Chouinard-3 and the climb to the next film in 1968.
6. Nevado Sajama (Bolivia)
Nevado Sajama is an extinct stratovolcano and the highest peak in Bolivia. The mountain is located in Sajama National Park in the southwest of the country some 16-24 km (10-15 mi) from the border with Chile. Peak is an isolated cone, but geologically complex, with crushed andesite lava dome and rhyodactic by andesitic stratovolcano. Date of most recent eruption is uncertain, although Holocene activity is assigned to the volcano by many. The trees of Polylepis tarapacana on the channel as high volcano 5200 m above sea level, one of the highest altitude tree can be found growing anywhere in the world.
Joseph Prem made the first attempt to climb the mountain in 1927 by the northwest ridge but stopped short at 6200 m. After trying a few more, Prem along with Wilfrid Kuehm peaked in August 1939 by southeast ridge is more difficult.
In August 2001, two teams and guides the mountain village of Sajama Bolivia played a football match at the peak of Mount Sajama in an effort to show that height itself is not a physical limit to the pressure
7. Rocky Mountains (western North America)
Rocky Mountains (or Rockies) are the major mountains in western North America. Rocky Mountains stretch more than 3,000 miles (4830 km) from northern British Columbia, in western Canada, to New Mexico, in the southwestern United States. The highest peak is Mount Elbert range is located in Colorado at 14,440 feet (4401 m) above sea level. Although part of the Pacific North American Cordillera, the Rockies are distinct from the Pacific Coast Ranges (as referred to in Canada) or the Coast Range (as known in the United States) which is located directly adjacent to the Pacific coast, as well as, the Cascade Range and Sierra Nevada are located more far inland from the coast.
Rockies formed 80-55 million years ago by the Laramide orogeny. Since then, erosion by water and glaciers have carved the mountains into valleys and dramatic peaks. At the end of the last ice age, humans began to inhabit the mountains. After Europe, such as Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Lewis and Clark expedition, began to explore the range, minerals and furs driving a preliminary economic exploitation of the mountains, although the range was never a densely populated.
Currently, many mountains are protected by a public park and forest lands, and is a popular tourist destination, especially for hiking, camping, mountaineering, fishing, hunting, skiing, and snowboarding.
8 Pumori (Nepal-Tibet)
Pumori (or Pumo Ri) is a mountain in the Himalayas in Nepal-Tibet border. Pumori is located just eight miles west of Mount Everest. Pumori, which means "Unmarried Daughter" in Sherpa language, named by George Mallory. Climbers sometimes refer to Pumori as "Everest's Daughter".
Pumori is a popular climbing peaks, and easiest route rated class 3, although the danger of landslides. Pumori was first climbed in 1962 by Gerhard Lenser of expedition.Two Swiss German-Czech (Leopold Sulovsky and Michalec Zeduak) climbed a new route on the face of the South in the spring of 1996 (Joe Simpson, 1997, Dark Shadows fall).
An outlier of Pumori is Kala Patthar (5643 m/18, 513 '), which emerged as the big brown lump beneath the south face of Pumori impressive. Many trekkers will see Mt. Everest near future will try to climb to the top of Kala Patthar. The view from almost anywhere on Kala Patthar of Everest, Lhotse and Nuptse quite impressive on a clear day.
9. Mount Meru
Mount Meru in Arusha Tanzania Nationlpark in the country. Shaped like a cone adds to the beauty of the climb. Mount Meru is located 65 miles from the mountain Kilimandcharo jauhanya highest mountain in Africa
Einger Mountain is one of the mountains or the attractive side of the alpine mountains. many people in the business death climb this mountain. in 1938 ANderl Heckmar successfully menalukan mountain from the north side is very dangerous
why the mountain is already clearly visible from a distance, where the mountain is located kah? The Grossglockner 3798 meters is the highest mountain in Austria and a popular destination for climbers and hikers. Approximately 30 existing routes to the summit - the first time has been dianaikipada in 1800.
12. Drei Gifel
Drei Giffel Mountains located in the mountains alpen.althought this mountain is not so fit when called as mountain. The Cima Grande, Small Peak and West fort near Paterno Dolomites soar to nearly 3,000 meters into the sky. Seeing them from the north is one of the most popular motifs panoramic Alps. North wall of the tower is very popular among researchers and climbers. last people capable of climbing three times the peak of this mountain is Thomas Huber of Huberbuam, overcoming all three pieces on the wall, and he dares to jump from one peak to other peaks.
That K2 is the second highest mountain peak is 8611 meters dunia.ketigianya. Hand side of this mountain to climb and terrifying sanagt been many casualties. This mountain digap one of the difficult mountain to climb. There are two special expedition shortly before departure for K2: In June 2009 Gerfried Göschl break with his team to the border of Pakistan-China to explore a new route on K2 and Kangchenjunga and commit it. 2010, three young men from Switzerland, the "Magic Line wanted to climb" on K2.
With height approximately 5947 meters. Alpamayo mountain is not among the highest mountain in South America. but he is one of the best known. The reason: On all sides of Alpamayo is fun! trapezoid shape as beautiful south-west wall of the northern landscape. Alpamayo is safe to ride and not harmful to the mountain earlier in comparison need ice and you can climb safely but for those who already had an opportunity to see or climb this mountain he will never forget his experience so memorable.
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