Know which 10 mountains are the highest

Gaurav Rajput
Gaurav Rajput

For those looking for something new, obsessive, crazy or tracking etc. every day, the world's highest peaks are a beautiful feeling in itself.

Often we keep thinking that it is possible to reach such high peaks. Of course this work can be done by a man full of passion.

In the same way, I will tell you about the highest peaks in the world, where reaching is obscure and very popular for those who specialize every day.

The Himalayas are the highest mountain in the world. The world's top 10 peaks in height are in this vast mountain range. Take a look at these peaks...

1. Mount Everest

Mount Everest Mountain in Asia
Mount Everest Mountain in Asia

Mount Everest is the highest mountain peak in the world. Whose height is 8,848 meters. Earlier it was known as XV. At that time Mount Everest's height was measured at 29,030 feet. In the scientific survey it is said that its height is growing at a rate of 2 centimeters per annum. In Nepal it is known by the name of the local people Sagarmatha (this means - the head of heaven). So in Tibet this is called 'Chomolungma' (meaning - Queen of Mountains).

2. K2

K2 Mountain in Asia
K2 Mountain in Asia

This peak is located in the Karakoram mountain range on the border of Gilgit Baltistan in Pakistan-administered Kashmir and Xinjiang of China. The height of 8611 meters (28,250 feet) is the world's second highest mountain peak after Mount Everest. K2 is considered to be the most difficult and dangerous compared to Mount Everest. 246 people have climbed so far on K2, while 2238 people have climbed Mount Everest.

3. Kangchenjunga

Kangchenjunga Mountain in Asia
Kangchenjunga Mountain in Asia

Kangchenjunga, situated on the Nepal border in the northwest part of Sikkim, is the world's third highest peak. Its height is 8,586 meters (8,586 metres). It is located 74 kilometers north west from Darjeeling. The name Kangchenjunga is derived from the four words of Tibetan origin, which are usually written as Kang-Chhen-Junga. In Sikkim it is considered to be the 5th largest amount of snow. In Nepal, this mountain is called Kumbhakarna Langur.

4. Lhotse

Lhotse Mountain in Asia
Lhotse Mountain in Asia

8516 meters 27,940 feet is the fourth highest peak in the world after Everest and after Kanchenjunga, which is linked to Everest from the South Valley. There are two more peaks next to this peak.

5. Makalu

Makalu Mountain in Asia
Makalu Mountain in Asia

8485 meters, 27,838 feet, is the world's fifth highest peak in Maclean Everest. It is located 19 kilometers southeast of Everest. These are different peaks that look like four face pyramids.

6. Cho Oyu

Cho Oyu Mountain in Asia
Cho Oyu Mountain in Asia

8,188 meters above sea level (26,864 feet) is the world's sixth highest mountain. In Tibet, Cho Ou means 'Turak Devi'. This mountain is situated on the west side of the Tibet-Nepal border, 20 kilometers from the Khulumbud sub-section of the Mahalangur Himalayas of Mount Everest.

7. Dhaulagiri

Dhaulagiri Mountain in Nepal
Dhaulagiri Mountain in Nepal

Located in northwestern Nepal near the origin of the Kali river, this peak height is 8,167 meters (26,826 feet). There are many glaciers in this part. It is one of the four major peaks of the Himalayas and at some point it was considered to be the highest peak in the world. The meaning of Dhaulagiri mountain in Nepalese is (white, beautiful, mountain). It is the 7th tallest in the world.

8. Manaslu

Manaslu Mountain in Nepal
Manaslu Mountain in Nepal

The world's eighth highest mountain is 8,163 meters (26,781 feet) from the sea. It is located in Nepalese Himalaya in the western central part of Nepal. Manaslu is derived from the Sanskrit word Manasa, which means 'wisdom or spirit' Manaslu means 'the spirit of the mountain'.

9. Nanga Mountains

Nanga Parbat Mountain in Asia
Nanga Parbat Mountain in Asia

Its height is 8, 126 meters, or 26, 660 feet. It is also called the "Killer Mountain" of the world, because many people who have climbed to it have been known. The Nanga Parbat comes in the region of Gilgit-Baltistan controlled by Pakistan, which India considers its part too. It is the world's newest mountain. Nanga Parvat is situated in the western part of the Himalayan mountain range.

10. Annapurna

Annapurna Massif in Nepal
Annapurna Massif in Nepal

Annapurna is a massif in the Himalayas in north central Nepal is the tenth largest mountain in the world. Climbing it is equivalent to climbing the world's most dangerous peaks. It is 8091 meters (26,545 feet).