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Climbing enthusiasts - three mountains that you do not dare to climb

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Climbing has become increasingly popular in recent years. If you are among enthusiasts and thrill you experienced climber, then you have to climb three of the most dangerous mountains in the world ... that if you dare! Behind the beauty and majesty, they hide deadly dangers even for experienced mountaineers.


K2, the border between Pakistan and China (8.611 m)

K2, also known as "Mountain Wild" is the second highest peak in the world after Everest. But unlike Everest, K2 is much harder and more dangerous to climb. Even the easiest route of ascent consists of crossing a complicated high-altitude Alpine glacier. At least 77 climbers perished on K2 until now, most of the bodies cannot be recovered again.


Annapurna, Nepal (8.091 m)

Annapurna (Crop translated as Goddess) is the tenth tallest mountain on Earth. Annapurna is considered one of the most dangerous mountains, considering that death rate rises to 41% of climbers trying to climb it. Even the way to the camp where begins the ascent itself, is very dangerous because the roads are in a disastrous state and the risk of loss is very high cliff car. Moreover, there is a danger that people are attacked by wild animals in forests that are home (Himalayan black bears, leopards, tigers or venomous snakes). Only 130 people have managed to climb the mountain, and another 53 lost their lives trying to reach the top.


Nanga Parbat, Pakistan (8,125 m)

Nanga Parbat (translated as Empty Mountain) consists of barren rocky peaks. Mount has earned the reputation of "People-Killer" among climbers. Most people suffer from frostbite fatal cardiac or pulmonary edema, hypothermia, physical exhaustion, altitude sickness. Also, avalanches can take many lives. Of the 261 climbers who have climbed on top or, 61 died in the conditions listed above.