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Deadliest Mountains Around The World

Thursday, Aug 12, 2021, 3:27 pm

#14 Nanga Parbat

At 26,657 feet, this dangerous peak is known to climbers as "man eater." The nicknamed is well earned. Thirty-one climbers lost their lives before it was finally successfully scaled in 1953 by an Austrian named Herman Buhl. I don't know what Nanga Parbat translates to in English but it's probably "Try skateboarding -- it's safer."

Nanga Parbat-Deadliest Mountains Around The World


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