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From mountains so dangerous no one has ever reached the top to a mountain that had the tendency to simply make the climber disappear, we take a look at 10 of the Deadliest Mountains in the World!
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For the people who are wondering why mount Everest is not on the list is because this video is made on the base of percentage not the no of death..so far more than 4000 people scaled the summit of Everest and about 400 people died whereas only about 300 people summit K2 with about 80 people died trying..and also Everest is commercially guided and researched so it's more safe nowadays compare to other mountains
Good video but you missed out on Mount Gongga. Up until 2018 24 people have made it to the summit in total and 37 have died. Between 2002 and 2013 (the last successful climb) no individual summited the mountain.
If you talk about great archievement on the Shisha Pangma you must talk about the first winter ascent by Simone Moro & Piotr Morawski in 2005...And if you talk about K2 you MUST mention the first ascent made by italian team in 1954
Nanga Parbat lies just south of the Indus River in the Diamer District of Gilgit–Baltistan in Pakistan. Not far to the north is the western end of the Karakoram range. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanga_Parbat
The south face proper saw its first ascent in 1981. On October 15, after nearly two weeks of reconnaissance, Yugoslavians Stane Belak Srauf, Cene Bercic and Emil Tratnik started out from a base camp at 3924 meters. The trio climbed for five days on the right side of the south face before joining the Southeast Ridge route at the rock band at 7185 meters. They continued up the ridge for four more days, reaching their 7950-meter high point near the junction of the Southeast and Northeast ridges (the mountain’s normal route, climbed in 1960 by a predominantly Swiss expedition for the first ascent). In increasingly unstable weather and leaving behind their tent, food and stove, they began their descent of the northeast ridge. Four days of open bivouacs in strong storms followed before they reached the base of the mountain. By the time they regained safety in the village of Kali Pani, they had gone six days without food.
Nanga Parbat, K2, and the other one comes in India or you can say Pakistan occupied Kashmir. But dosent matter, everything comes in Indian sub-continent. All mountain have ancient Indian names accept K2 and Everest
The fatality-rate is _not_ the ratio between deaths and climbing trials, it is the ratio between deaths and successful summits. So, in theory there are fatality-rates above 100% possible while - at the same time - a fatality-rate of 50% doesn't mean that every second climber dies. Exampel: 100 trials with 10 successful summits and the loss of 5 climbers leads to a fatality-rate of 50%, while effectively "only" 5% of all climbers suffered death.