Top 1. Qomolangma, Everest
Mount Everest is the highest natural structure in the world. Stretching to almost 2400 kms, widths varying from 150 kms to 400kms and higher than 6500 metres’ heights make the Himalayas are a wonder to behold. The Everest is the highest point which standing at a dizzying 8848 metres although many people say the younger ranges will reduce with global warming. This mountain is covered with snow all throughout the year. It has been successfully climbed by only two people: Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary.
Top 2. Qogir
Qogir is also known as K2, is a great mountain which comes on the second spot after Everest. Qogir is located on the border of Pakistan and China. It is a main mountain in the Karakoram, part of the Himalayas range. At 8,611 metres, K2 has got the second highest climbing mortality rate and it is considered to be a much tougher climb than Mt. Qomolangma.
Top 3. Kanchenjunga
Kanchenjunga is the third highest mountain with 8586 metres which is located on the India-Nepal border, E Himalayas, geologically regarded as part of the main axis of the Himalayan range. This mountain peak can easily be viewed by going to the Northern part of Sikkim which lies in the eastern part of India where this mountain is situated.
Top 4. Lhotse
Lhotse is a great mountain located on the border of China and Nepal. It is the fourth highest mountain in the world with 8501 metres. The parent mountain of this peak is the worlds highest Everest. It was first climbed by Fritz Luchsinger and Ernst Reiss.
Top 5. Makalu
Makalu is the fifth highest mountain in the world at 8481 metres (27825 ft) which located on southeast of Mount Everest, on the border between Nepal and China. This peak is an isolated peak and it has got the shape of a four sided pyramid. It was at first climbed by Lionel Terray and Jean Couzy.