South Peak

Local name南峰 - दक्षिण चोटी
LocationShigatse, China

The South Summit of Mount Everest in the Himalayas is the second-highest peak on Earth, and is a subsidiary peak to the primary peak of Mount Everest. Although its elevation above sea level of 8,749 metres is higher than the second-highest mountain on Earth, K2, it is only considered a separate peak and not a separate mountain as its prominence is only 11 meters.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Summit_(Mount_Everest)

Address China

Coordinates 27°59'5.705" N 86°55'31.111" E

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