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Mountains of Nepal, Types of Mountains and Some Facts of Mt. Everest and Climbers

Mountains of Nepal

  • When did George Everest named mountain as Mount Everest?

Ans: 1865 A.D

Mount Everest is highest peak in the whole world which was name Sagarmatha in 2013 B.S (1956 A.D) by Historian Baburam Acharya.another person Micheal Kerg named Mt.Everest as third pole. there are about 28 mountains in Nepal and about 18 Sub mountain ranges.its was 1949 AD when people first started premittng in Nepal but the first mountain which was attmepted is Mt.arnapurna in 1950 AD

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Types of Mountain

  • Fold Mountain
  • Block Mountain
  • Volcanic Mountain
  • Residual Mountain

Some facts

Tallest mountain range : Himalaya Mountain Range

Tallest mountain range inside the ocean : Cordillera Mountain Range of Pacific Ocean

Longest mountain range : Andies mountain range (South America)

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Tallest volcanic mountain : Monaloa (America)

Mountain of Hindu God and Goddess : Sumeru

Religious mountain of Japan : Mount Fuji

Religious mountain of Srilanka : Adames Peak

Religious mountain of Nepal : Gauri Shankar Himal

Some facts about Mt. Everest and Climbers

First Climbers : Edmund Hillary (New Zealand) and Tenzing Norgey Sherpa (Nepal)

First woman climber : Junko Tabei (Japan) (29th May, 1953 A.D)

Person to climb : Chhewang Nima Sherpa, Nepal (14 times)

First Nepali woman : Pasang Lhamu Sherpa

First Nepal Woman : Pema Dolma Sherpa(6th Jestha, 2057 B.S)

(from north side)

First Newar Lady : Moni Mulepati (16th Jestha, 2062 B.S)

To marry on the top : Moni Mulepati and Pemba Dorge Sherpa

Oldest person : Min Bahadur Sherchan, Myagdi, Nepali; 77 years(12th Jestha, 2065

B.S, 8:40 A.M)

2nd Oldest person : Katsusuke Yanagisawa, Japan, 71 years (22nd May, 2007 A.D)

Lady to climb : Lakpa Sherpa, Nepal (6 times)

Without oxygen : Angrita Sherpa, 10 times, without oxygen

(Also popular as Snow Leopard)

Naked on top : Jangbu Sherpa, Nepal, (4 min. 40 sec)

17th May, 2006

(Also the person to stay naked at highest altitude)

First handicapped : Tom Whityakar, America(with artificial leg)

First journalist : Stain Asin (Norway)

First Nepali journalist : Ana Chhiring Sherpa (Kantipur Daily)

2nd Nepali journalist : Kami Sherpa (Nepal Television)

(2nd Jestha, 2064 B.S)

Longest Stay on peak : Babu Chhiri Sherpa, without using bottled oxygen

(Baishakh, 2056 B.S ; for 21 hours)

Annapurna mountain

Mountains of Nepal above 8000 m. height

S.N

Mountains

Height

District

1.

Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest)

8,848 m.

Solukhumbu

2.

Kanchanjunga

8,586 m.

Taplejung

3.

Lothse

8,516 m.

Solukhumbu

4.

Makalu

8,462 m.

Shankuwasava

5.

Chyou

8,201 m.

Solukhumbu

6.

Dhawalagiri

8,167 m.

Myagdi, Mustang

7.

Manaslu

8,163 m.

Gorkha

8.

Annapurna

8,091 m.

Kaski

Dhaulagiri mountain

Mountains of Nepal (7000 m. above)

S.N

Mountains

Height

District/Zone

1.

Annapurna-II

7,937 m.

Lamjung

2.

Gayachangkang

7,922 m.

Solukhumbu

3.

Himal Chuli

7,895 m.

Gorkha

4.

Junu Mountain

7,715 m.

Taplejung

5.

Dhawalagiri- II

7,715 m.

Dhawalagiri

6.

Dhawalagiri- III

7,715 m.

Dhawalagiri

7.

Makalu- II

7,687 m.

Koshi

8.

Nilgiri North

7,061 m.

Dhawalagiri

9.

Ganesh – IV

7,052 m.

Bagmati

10.

Shaipal

7,036 m.

Bhajang

11.

Kanjirowa

7,045 m.

Mugu

12.

Api Mountain

7,134 m.

Darchula

Things to remember
  • Types of Mountain
  • - Fold Mountain
  • - Block Mountain
  • - Volcanic Mountain
  • - Residual Mountain
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