Climbing is catching or holding something to climb up. The metaphor to brave the bull is aggressive. Human since ancient times, has had the spirit of perseverance, in sports, such as climbing peaks, the world climbing enthusiasts, death, has been to the many peaks in the world, to conquer, to the summit, in the many world-famous peaks, the most difficult to climb peaks, is according to the record, climbing success rate and mortality, to define the most difficult to climb the mountain, have the table is listed below:
|Kashgar region of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Regio||Chogory peak is the main peak of the Karakoram Mountains. The height of Qiaori Peak is the second among the world’s 14 peaks above 80 kilometers, also known as the K2 peak, 8611 meters above sea level, and is the second-highest peak in the world. On July 31, 1954, the Italian explorer lino reed and archive Copa gonna the first summit, Joe gold peak is recognized as the international mountaineering eight kilometers climb the biggest difficult mountain, its climbing mortality rate is: 30%, and is the only one not successful in the winter climbing 8000 meters of independent peaks.|
|Gilgit-Baltistan Region of Pakistan||Nanga Parbat Peak 8125 meters above sea level (another 8126 meters measurement data), is composed of five peaks, in addition to the main peak of 8125 meters, north shoulder peak of 8070 meters, south shoulder peak of 8042 meters, is the ninth peak in the world, is the western end of the Himalayas “knot”, south, parbat peak climbing mortality rate is extremely high, so it is called the “killing peak”. Thirty-one people were killed before the first summit’s success in 1953. The terrain was very steep, the climate was very unstable all day long, and the summit was achieved only along a narrow ridge line.|
|3||Annapurna peak||Within Nepal in the middle part of the Himalayas||Annapurna Peak, with an elevation of 8,091 meters, east longitude 83 ’49’ 20, and north latitude 28 ’35’ 45, is the tenth highest peak in the world. After his first debut in 1950, nobody climbed again in the next 20 years. The mortality rate was among the top, with 106 people reaching the summit by 2000, but 54 climbers dying. The main peak of the Annapurna Range is the Kuang Peak. Located in north central Nepal, French mountaineers Helzog and Rushnar peaked on June 3, 1950, and are the first in the world, with the Annapurna Mountains with high peaks and seven snow peaks above 7,000 meters. There are a series of peaks formed, and in addition to the main peak, there are several independently named peaks, including the famous fish-tail Peak (Machhapuchhre). Morris of the French Mountaineering Team on June 3, 1950. Erzog and Louis. Rashnell 2 people first reached the top. It is also the first time that humans have climbed an independent mountain above 8,000 meters above sea level.|
|Nyingchi City, Tibet Autonomous Region, China||South Barwa peak is located at the intersection of Chengdu mountains, the Himalayas, and the green mountains, it and the elevation of 7294 meters with the Brahmaputra river, formed the world’s first grand canyon —— yarZangbo Grand Canyon, south Barwa peak 7782 meters above sea level, is the world’s 28th peak (independent mountain, not Wei peak).|
|5||Kongur Tagh||Akto County, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China||Gong Geer peak, 7649 m (also 7719 m data), at east longitude 75.3 degrees, north latitude 38.6 degrees, Gongger Nine Peak, 7530 m, at east longitude 75.2 degrees, |
north latitude 38.6 degrees, is the second peak on the West Kunlun Mountains; the linear distance between them is only 15 km. Is located in Akto County, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region,
China. Gongger Peak area is steep, generally above 7000 meters, and the thickness of ice and snow can even reach 100 meters. Due to a variety of reasons, frequent avalanches in this area, small avalanches can be seen at any time,
and large-scale avalanches often occur. In late May 1983, a 5.5-magnitude earthquake occurred in the area, thus causing a rare avalanche with a drop of 1,000-2,000 meters.
|6||Gongga Mountain||Akto County, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China||Gongga Mountain is located in the south of Kangding, Sichuan Province, with an altitude of 7556 meters. |
It is the main peak of Daxue mountain, also known as Minya Gongga, known as the “king of Shushan”, and is the highest peak in Sichuan Province. Gongga Mountain is internationally renowned for alpine exploration and mountaineering. However,
Gongga Mountain is also the most difficult large-scale extremely high peak to conquer, and its difficulty in climbing is far greater than Mount Everest.
According to relevant statistics, as of September
2017, a total of 32 people had reached the summit, but 37 people were killed during and after the climb, including 14 foreigners.
The death rate of mountaineering is far more than 14% of Mount Everest and 30% of Mount chogory, second only to Meili Snow Mountain and Yarra snow mountain.
|7||Baintha Brakk||North Pakistan||Baintha brake, located in northern Pakistan, with an altitude of 7285 meters, is located in northern Pakistan.|
It belongs to the Karakoram mountains. It is the 87th highest peak in the world. It is known by people by the name of the ogre. It is one of the most difficult mountains to climb in the world.
It first climbed the top on July 13, 1977, and then climbed the top for the second time on July 21, 2001. The third climb was on August 21, 2012.
|Meili Snow Mountain National Park Scenic Spot, Deqin County, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province||Kawagebo peak, the main peak of Prince snow mountain, is the first of the eight sacred mountains in Tibet. It is located in the world-famous “Three Parallel Rivers” area. At an altitude of 6740 meters, it is the highest peak in Yunnan Province. |
It is recognized as the most beautiful snow mountain in the world and is known as the “God of snow mountains”. In 1902, the British mountaineering team failed to challenge
for the first time. As early as November 1990 to January 1991, 17 Sino-Japanese joint mountaineers tried to climb the top, but all died,
As the second largest tragedy in the history of mountaineering in the world, mount wagebo is still a virgin peak. In 2000, Mount Kawagebo announced that it will never be allowed to climb.
|9||Yulong Snow mountain||Yulong Naxi Autonomous County, Lijiang City, Yunnan Province||The highest part of Yulong Snow Mountain is 5596 meters above sea level. At present, it is still the virgin peak. In 1991, Kunming mountaineering Exploration Association climbed |
to an altitude of 4500 meters. In 2002, Jin Feibiao and others from Yunnan Province climbed to an altitude of 5100 meters. They have never climbed the top. Yulong Snow Mountain is
a young limestone fault block folded mountain. Historically, it is part of the western Yunnan geosyncline and is the distribution area of modern monsoon marine glaciers at the southernmost end of the Eurasian continent.
|Matterhorn is the most well-known peak in the Alps. It is located on the border between Switzerland and Italy, close to the Swiss town of Zermatt and the Italian town of Breuil Cervinia.|
The name Matterhorn comes from the German
Matt (meaning Valley and grassland) and horn (the peak is conical like a horn).
Matterhorn is the last major mountain to be conquered in the Alps. Matterhorn, 4478 meters above sea level, is the most beautiful peak in the Alps
and a proud symbol of Switzerland. On July 14, 1865, Edward Whymper, Charles Hudson, Lord Francis Douglas, Douglas Hadow, Michel Croz, and Peter Taugwalders climbed from Cemat, becoming the first team to successfully
climb the Mathong Peak. During the descent, Michel Croz, Douglas Hadow, Charles Hudson, and Lord Francis Douglas, all three were buried in Zemat, except that their body of Douglas could not be recovered. Three days later, the team led by Jean-Antoine Carre managed to reach the summit
from the south. Julius Elliott became the second team to reach the summit from Zemat in 1868, and in the same year John Tyndall, J. J. Maquinaz, and J. P. Maquinaz successfully
crossed the peaks. Lucy Walker and Meta Brevoort became the first and second placed women to climb the Mathong summit in 1871 respectively.