We all have great aspirations and we want to reach the top of the world at some point in our lives. Have you ever imagined what it would be like to really be on top of the world? Climbing mountains and conquering the highest points in the world are challenges that some people decide to carry out in their lives. What is it that pushes these adventurers climbers to go through these extreme conditions?
We suppose that the sense of accomplishment and the feeling of reaching that nirvana that cannot be compared to anything else. Central and southern Asia are home to the mountains highest in the world. More than 100 mountains with a height of at least 7,200 m are present in this area. The 14 peaks, which exceed 8,000 meters in height, are called eight thousand and they are the highest mountains in the world.
One of the most important is Shisha Pangma. It is located in Tibet and is 8,013 meters high. At this height it is one of the lowest. About 24 people have died trying to climb this mountain. Gasherbrum II, also known as K4, is located on the Pakistan-China border and is part of the Gasherbrum massif. It is the third highest peak in the Karakoram range.
Broad Peak It is part of the same Gasherbrum massif, and is only 8 km from the famous K2. Locals call it the Kangri Faichan. The mountain is called a "wide peak" because its summit is 1.5 km long. Gasherbrum I, also known as the K5, is located in the Karakoram Himalayan region.
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