Nuptse I Peak

Local nameNuptse I Peak
LocationNepal

Nuptse or Nubtse is a mountain in the Khumbu region of the Mahalangur Himal, in the Nepalese Himalayas. It lies two kilometres WSW of Mount Everest. Nubtse is Tibetan for "west peak", as it is the western segment of the Lhotse-Nubtse massif.

The summit of Nuptse is extremely dangerous due to loose snow with many hollows, and there are also weakly attached cornices of snow. This provides a barrier to climbing, yet is not sturdy enough for safe climbing.The long east-west trending main ridge of Nubtse is crowned by seven peaks:

The main peak, Nubtse I, was first climbed on May 16, 1961 by Dennis Davis and Sherpa Tashi and the following day by Chris Bonington, Les Brown, James Swallow and Pemba Sherpa, members of a British expedition led by Joe…

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuptse

Address Nepal

Coordinates 27°58'2.536" N 86°53'13.067" E

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