Eight Thousander Mountains of Nepal

Mount Everest Expedition

  • 29,029ft

  • 8848m

Highest Mountain in the World From Sea Level

27°59’17″N, 86°55’31″E

 

8848m

Nepal

Khumbu Mahalungur

In 1953, 29th May

  • Sir Edmund Percival Hillary, British

  • Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Nepali

Mount Kanchejunga Expedition

  • 8586m

  • 28,169m

3rd Highest in the world.

3922m

 27°42’12″N, 88°08’51″E

Nepal & partly in Sikkim, India

Kanchenjunga Himalaya

In 1955, 25th May

  • Joe Brown, British

  • George Band, British

Mount Lhotse Expedition

  • 8,516 Metre

  • 27,940 Feet 

4th Highest Mountain on earth

610 metre

27°57’42″N,  86°55’59″E

Nepal

Mahalangur Himalaya Range

In 1956, 18th of May

  • Ernst Reiss, Switzerland
  • Fritz Luchsinger,Switzerland

Mount Makalu Expedition

  • 8,516 Meter

  • 27,838 Ft

5th Highest Mountain in the world

2,378 Metre

27°53’42″N, 

87°05’20″E

Nepal

Mahalangur Himalaya Range

In Spring of 1954,

American Team Led by Riley Keegan

Mount Cho Oyu Expedition

  • 8,188m

  • 26,864

6th highest Mountain in the World

2,340 Metre

28°05’39″N, 
86°39’39″E

Nepal

Mahalangur Himalaya Range

In 1954, 19th of October by Austrian Team,

  • Herbert Tichy

  • Joseph Jochler

  • Pasang Dawa Lama as Sherpa

Mount Dhaulagiri Expedition

  • 8,167 Metre

  • 26,795Ft

7th highest mountain

3,357 Meter

28°05’39″N, 
86°39’39″E

Nepal

Dhaulagiri Himalaya

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Mount Manaslu Expedition

  • 8163 Metre

  • 26,781 Ft

8th highest mountain in the world.

3092 Metre

28°33’00″N, 
84°33’35″E

Nepal

Manaslu Himalaya

In 1956, 9th of May,

  • Toshio Imanishi, Japan

  • Gyaltsen Norbu, Nepali

Mount Annapurna I Expedition

  • 8,091 Metre

  • 26,545 Ft

  • 10th highest mountain of the world.
  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek ABC is the most traveled route for trekking as well

3,092 Meter

28°35’83″N, 
83°49’13″E

Nepal

Annapurna Himalaya

In 1950,

  • Maurice Herzog, France

  • Louis Lachenal France

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