Top 10 World’s Highest Mountains Ever

The supremacy of nature is seen through its creative powers as can be seen in the great mountains, deep oceans, lush green plains and flowing rivers. There are some magnificent mountains in the world, which adventurous people have tries to conquer.

Here is a list of top world’s 10 highest mountains ever:

10. Annapurna


The Annapurna Mountain which lies in the Himalayas is the tenth highest mountain in the world. Located in Nepal, the mountain which is a part of Cho Oyu Range reaches an incredible height of 8091 m. The mountain had been ascended 36 times before 2004, while 47 such attempts had failed. The first time it was climbed was in 1950.

9. Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat

The next name on the list of top 10 world’s highest mountains is that of Nanga Parbat of Dhaulagiri Range. The mountain peak, which is 8126 feet high, is located in Pakistan. Between 1953 and 2004, 52 mountaineers have scaled it successfully, while 67 have failed in the effort.

8. Manaslu


Manaslu, another mountain peak in the Cho Oyu range of the Himalayas, makes it to the list with an altitude of 8163 feet. The mountain is situated in Nepal and was ascended for the first time in 1956. After that, it has been climbed successfully 49 times, while 45 attempts have yielded failure.

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7. Dhaulagiri


Reaching a phenomenal altitude of 8167 feet is the Dhaulagiri Mountain peak in K2 Range in Nepal, which comes at number 7 on the list. The first successful attempt to scale it was made in 1960 and till 2004, it has been reached 51 times. On the other hand, 39 attempts for the same have been unsuccessful.

6. Cho Oyu

Cho Oyu

On number 6 in this list is the Cho Oyu Mountain, which is located in Nepal and Tibet. The spectacular mountain peak reached a height of 8188 feet. From 1954 to 2004, 79 people have been able to climb it successfully while 28 have failed.

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