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From mountains so dangerous no one has ever reached the top to a mountain that had the tendency to simply make the climber disappear, we take a look at 10 of the Deadliest Mountains in the World!
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As far as I am concerned, as a former mountain climber, there are NO dangerous mountains, but only people that overestimate their abilities = ambitions too high, and, underestimate the mountain's conditions … Nothing wrong with that; it happens all the time, and not only by mountain climbers … I dare to say, if not in all of us, then for sure most of us …!
its funny how all the great climbers are whites??!!!, when in reality the Pakistani balti porters, Pakistani climbers, Nepali sherpas etc have climbed these massive peaks many times and with ease. Are you whites from another planet???
Also, I would like to share one of the facts about K2 that makes the mountain even more challenging among the 8000ers mountains. that it is still unconquered in the winter season due to the high winds and avalanche up there. still, no one has ever conquered it in the winter season, that makes it the #1 deadliest mountain in the world. Also, Nanga Parbat part, it is in Gilgit Baltistan not in Kashmir.
The mountains aren't deadly. The idiots who climb them are . You want the thrill, and recognition, So be it . The should have done something more important for humanity, if the want to be respected by the general populace. They have the respect of their fellow climbers , good for them. I see no heroes
This is the most stupid video i have ever seen about mountains.How can you guys mess up with the location so bad and there are hell a lot of mountains that are still unclimbed.Thousands have died trying to climb mountains like annapurna 3,fishtail etc. and they are still unclimbed to this day.Doesn't that make the fatality rate 100%?. Dont act like you know things if you don't know shit.
He says that "the mountain claims a third of those that try to climb it" (or something to that effect) but that's not true. As far as I know these stats are measured fatality/successful summits and doesn't count those who just don't make it to the top and end up turning around due to weather or other circumstances.
Note that people who decide to get back down without reaching the top, don't count in the statistics. Only the people who actually reach the summit count, so the actual fatality rate of most mountains is much lower.
Fatality rate does not take into account "attempts". Only successfully summits and deaths. The correct term is for Annapurna is "For every 100 people that summit, 34 die". Everest would be "For every 100 people that summit, 4 die".
The calculation is deaths/successful ascents. For example. If you look up deaths on 8000ers on wiki. The successful summits are 5656 with 223 deaths. 223/5656=.0394 Rounded to .04 = 4%, which is the fatality rate. There are many people who attempt and live that are not counted. There are people who don't attempt and die that are counted, example... porters killed by avalanches who would only go as high as camp 4 to cook for customers. People that died at base camp during the Everest Earthquake. Not ALL of them had permits to summit. Some only pay to go to camp 4 n Everest. Not the summit.
Just saying that using attempts is really an impossible calculation, as what constitutes an attempt, and not every dies during an attempt. So only deaths and successful summits are used.
39 people didn't die on Annapurna, that was during a snow storm on the circuit trek not on the mountain. As someone else mentioned, Nanga Parbat is in Pakistan not Kashmir and it's 5% not 22% for a death rate. Also Kangchenjunga is more like 22% instead of 15. All in all good video though.
Makalu = mah-kah-loo;
Manaslu = mah-nah-sloo;
Nanga Parbat = nahng-gah-par-baht;
(4:47 - and out of nowhere, there she is!)
At 6:30, this is not Annapurna I. Annapurna I is actually to the far right of the screen.
My two cents!
Why do all the comments say the exact same thing? Like 500 assholes didn’t realize that every single asshole is saying the same thing?? Pakistan is a shithole country that no one cares about anyways. Assholes
Broad Peak, Shishapangma, Makalu and Gasherbrum 1 are all in CHINA!
Broad Peak, Gasherbrum 1, unlike K2 is on the border, are completely in Trans-Karakoram Tract which is part of China without any disputes since Pakistan and China signed a treaty in 1963. And Shishapangma is completely inside China's border, Makalu's peak is on China's side. You should check all the information before making the viedo.
And you have not included the deadliest ones. Karwagarbo, Gongga, Kongur Tagh, Namcha Barwa, Muztagh Ata, and Baintha Brakk all should make this list if Kanchenjunga can make number 5. And Karwagarbo, Gongga, Baintha Brakk, Muztagh Ata should be 1-4 since you put Annapurna 1 on the first place. Gongga has only been summitted 22 times and killed 19 men, 86% death rate should definitely be the deadliest mountain ever by your strategy. btw, before you "correct" me, the death rate for mountains is defined by men killed over men summitted.
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