CLASSIFICATION OF THE HIMALAYA1

Compiled by H. ADAMS CARTER

This study aims to classify the different groups of the Himalaya from its eastern end westward through the peake of Garhwal (Uttar Pradesh) in India. Wherever data have been available, it gives a listing of all peaks above 6500 m (21,326 ft) and all officially named peaks between 6000 m (19,685 ft) and 6500 m with altitudes and coordinates. In some ranges, where peaks are lower, some unnamed peaks in the second category have been included.

The Nepalese section depends almost entirely on the outstanding work done by Dr Harka Gurung and Dr Ram Krishna Shrestha. These two Nepalese scholars put together an inventory of all Nepalese peaks above 6000 m with the latest altitudes, corrected names and coordinates. They used primarily the Survey of India topographic sheets at a scale of an inch to a mile (1:63,360). They also used maps at 1:50,000 prepared for the Sino-Nepalese Boundary Agreement of 1979.

For the Indian regions, extensive use was made of three maps published by the Schweizerische Stiftung filr Alpine Forschungen (Swiss Foundation for Alpine Research) of Sikkim, Garhwal East and Garhwal West. Harish Kapadia and Dhiren Toolsidas in particular gave great assistance by checking Indian data against further information available to them. Col Lakshmi Pati Sharma made Valuable suggestions. Dr Shi Yafeng also helped by providing an excellent Chinese map of the Everest region. In all sections, the Japanese Moutaineering Maps of the World proved indispensable.

Dr Zbigniew Kowalewski had made fine studies, which are reflected here. I am also grateful to many people, including Soli Mehta, Jimmy Roberts, Trevor Braham, Capt M. S. Kohli, Brig Jag jit Singh and others who criticized a preliminary rough draft.

It will be noted that some of the altitudes differ from what may have been previously accepted. These are the results of recent surveys. Also, some of the names are different (Kumbhakarna instead of Jannu, for instance), but the ones published are those which are now officially accepted by the various countries. Spellings have been made as much as possible to accord with what is used in the countries concerned.

Unfortunately in some regions available data are scanty. It is unlikely that very accurate surveys have been made in Bhutan. Indian authorities have been reluctant to give out information (which at the moment prevents continuing this survey farther to the west) and Chinese (Tibetan) sources have been very scant.

1. Reprinted from The American Alpine Journal Vol. 27, 1985, with the kind permission of the editor. For latitude and longitude of each peak refer to the AAJ,-Ed.

This study was instigated when the late Toni Hiebeler requested the compiler to give a paper at the Himalaya Conference of the German Alpine Club in Munich in March 1983. The Karakoram had been classified admirably at the Karakoram Conference of 1937 as reported in the Himalayan Journal, Vol. X, 1938 on pages 86 to 125, but nothing similar had been done for the rest of the great Asian chains.

In defining various mountain ranges, the chief landmarks used here are major rivers and passes. In many cases where the mountains diminish to lesser altitudes, there is no attempt made to make a definitive border, especially in the north and south. Although for the most part the great peaks lie in the Great Himalaya, the next well defined chain to the north, the Zanskar mountains, has some of the high peaks, such as Kamet and the mountains which divide western Nepal from Tibet.

The Eastern Himalaya as far west as the Kangphu-Amo Chu west of Bhutan is given only in summary for lack of data.

I. Eastern Himalaya to the Kuru Chu
(mostly in China and Arunachal Pradesh)

Namcha Barwa Range. Much of this range lies in China. It starts in the northeast with Gyala Peri (7150 m). It includes the Great Bend of the Tsangpo (Brahmaputra), where Namcha Barwa (7762 m) lies. The southwestern border of the group is the Siyom river (also on some maps JSiropate or Shapaleng), which joins the Tsangpo at Miging.

Pachakshiri Range. This goes from the Siyom on the northeast as far as the river which is called Chayul Chu in its northern part and {Subansiri farther south. The highest mountains appear to be Nyegyi Kangsang (7047 m.) and Gori Chen (6858 m).

Kangto Range. From the Chayul Chu on the east this group extends to the Kuru Chu on the west. This section has its western part in Bhutan. The Kuru Chu flows south from the Mo la in Bhutan. Kangto rises in this range to 7090 m.

II. From the Kuru Chu to Kangphu-Amo Chu (mostly in Bhutan)
Kunla Kangri Range. This area is separated from the Eastern Himalaya by the deep valley of the Kuru Chu in the east. It extends west to the Gonto la, the Gophu la and the Mangde Chu. In the eastern portion, several 6000 m peaks lie on the Bhutanese-Tibetan frontier, the highest of which is Chura Kang (c. 6500 m), just east of the Monlakarchung la. Farther west lie the highest peaks in the Bhutanese Himalaya, mostly on the frontier. The peak which may be the highest, Kiinla Kangri (7554 m) lies north of the main ridge in Tibet. Along the frontier from east to west lie Melunghi Kang (c. 7000 m), Kankarpunzum (7541 m) and Chum-hari Kang (c. 6600 m). Since the surveying has not been very accurate, it might be that Kankarpunzum, given as 13 m lower, could be higher than Kiinla Kangri.

Kang Nilda and Shilla (right) from Lingti valley. Note 17

Kang Nilda and Shilla (right) from Lingti valley. Note 17



SE face of Shilla. Note 17

SE face of Shilla. Note 17



Illustrated Note I Ascent of Annapurna I Central summit via south face achieved in 1984 by E. Lucas and N. Bohigas from Spain  (J. Altadill)

Illustrated Note I Ascent of Annapurna I Central summit via south face achieved in 1984 by E. Lucas and N. Bohigas from Spain (J. Altadill)




Illusrated Note 2 Himalchuli climbed by 2 Hungarian climbers in 1985 by SW ridge. 2 others disappeared. Expedition 1985. led by P.G. Orban. (J. Csikos)

Illusrated Note 2 Himalchuli climbed by 2 Hungarian climbers in 1985 by SW ridge. 2 others disappeared. Expedition 1985. led by P.G. Orban. (J. Csikos)



Illustrated note 3 Mana NE face: high point reached by Bombay expedition in 1985 led by P>B. Bodhane. Main peak on left and virgin NW peak (7092 m) on extreme right

Illustrated note 3 Mana NE face: high point reached by Bombay expedition in 1985 led by P>B. Bodhane. Main peak on left and virgin NW peak (7092 m) on extreme right



Illustrated Note 4 600 m eastern rock spur on Kedar Dome climbed by a british team led by  M. Moran in 1984.

Illustrated Note 4 600 m eastern rock spur on Kedar Dome climbed by a british team led by M. Moran in 1984.




Illustrated Note 5 a) Sudarshan Parbat (6507 m) climbed by SW ridge, a new route, by a) Japanese expedition in 1984 led by T. Kudo. b) Indian expedition led by A. Sen repeated the original east ridge route. (H. Odier)

Illustrated Note 5 a) Sudarshan Parbat (6507 m) climbed by SW ridge, a new route, by a) Japanese expedition in 1984 led by T. Kudo. b) Indian expedition led by A. Sen repeated the original east ridge route. (H. Odier)



Illustrated Note 6 A Japanese expedition led by Y. Negishi climbed KR 4 (6340 m) by the north ridge.

Illustrated Note 6 A Japanese expedition led by Y. Negishi climbed KR 4 (6340 m) by the north ridge.



Illustrated Note 7 Chau Chau Kang Nilda  (6303 m) climbed by SW ridge (original route) by an Indian team in 1984 led by K. Bhattacharya.

Illustrated Note 7 Chau Chau Kang Nilda (6303 m) climbed by SW ridge (original route) by an Indian team in 1984 led by K. Bhattacharya.



Illustrated Note 8 An Indian expedition climbed Gangstang (6163 m) in Lahul, led by B. Pramanik, in 1985.

Illustrated Note 8 An Indian expedition climbed Gangstang (6163 m) in Lahul, led by B. Pramanik, in 1985.




Lunala Range. Extending from the Gonto la, the easternmost source of the Pho Chu on the east, it goes in the west to the Toma la, where the Mo Chu springs (known downstream as the Tsa Chu and Sankosh). The name comes from the Lunala district which the range borders on the north. The principal frontier peaks from east to west are Zongophu Kang (c. 7100 m), Kangphu Kang (7212 m), Jejekangphu Kang (c. 7100 m) and Teri Kang (c. 7100 m). South of the Waghye la and southwest of Teri Kang, entirely within Bhutan, lies Tsenda Kang (c. 7100 m).

Chomolhari Range. From the Toma la and the Mo Chu on the east, this range runs from northeast to southwest along the northwestern border of Bhutan to the Tremo la. The western edge runs along the river known in Tibet as the Kangphu, in Bhutan as the Amo Chu and in India as the Torsa. In the northeast lies Masang Kang (c. 7200 m), south of the Toma la. The Kancheda group lies along the frontier. There are three principal summits, the highest of which is 6678 m. Farther southwest along the frontier lie Chum Kang (6536 m), Tshering Kang (6800 m) and Chomolhari (7315 m).

III. Kangphu-Amo Chu to Arun River
Dongkya Range. The eastern limit is the Kangphu Chu, which farther south becomes the Amo Chu. The western limit is the Kongra la and the Tista river. Here, as is true with many groups, the northern and southern boundaries are where the mountains fall to lower altitudes.
meters meters
Pauhunri 7125 P 6698 6698
P 7032 7032 P 6630 6630
P 7032

(Shudu Tsenpa?)
7032 P 6626 6626
P 6915 6915 P 6517 6517
P 6911 6911 Yulhekhang 6429
Kangchengyao 6889 Chombu 6362
P 6730 6730 Sanglaphu 6224
Gurudongmar 6715 Dongkya Ri 6190
Chorten Nyima Range. These peaks are on or near the frontier between Sikkim and Tibet. The eastern limit is the Kongra la and the Tista river. The southwestern limit is the Lhonak Chu, Goma Chu and the South Lhonak glacier. The western limit is the Lashar glacier.

Meters Meters
Chorten Nyima 6927 P 6640 6640
Chomoyummo 6829 Kora Kang 6601
P 6805 6805 P 6554 6554
P 6789 (in Tibet) 6789 P 6550 6550
Lhonak Peak 6710 Sentinel Peak 6490
Kellas Peak 6680 Chumangkang 6212
P 6675 6675 Kora Chonekang 6187

Kangchertjunga Himal. The northern limit of this range is the Lhonak Chu, Goma Chu and Jongsang la. The eastern limit is the Tista river. The western limit runs from the Jongsang la down the Ginsang and Kangchenjunga glaciers and the Ghunsa khola and the Tamur river. The group lies both in Nepal and Sikkim.

Because of the size of the range, it may be well to subdivide it. The Northern Subsection is divided from the rest of the section on the south by the Zemu glacier, the 6685 m col between Kangchenjunga South and Talung, the upper Yalung glacier, the col between P 7468 and P 7385 and the Kumbhakarna glacier.


Meters Meters
Kangchenjunga 8586 P6824 6824
Yalung Kang 8505 Ramthang Chang

(Wedge)
6812
Kangchenjunga Central 8482 Langchung Kang 6805
Kangchenjunga South 8476 Anidesha Chuli

(White Wave Peak)
6797
Kangbachen 7903 Ramthang 6700
Kirat Chuli (Tent Peak) 7365 P 6650 6650
Gimmigela I (Twin I) 7350 Sugarloaf 6455
Pathibara (Pyramid) 7123 Thaple Shikar

(Cross Peak)
6341
Gimmigela II (Twin II) 7005 Merra 6334
Langpo Peak 6954 Fluted Peak 6084
Nepal Peak 6910
P 6852 6852
Pathibara East

(Sphinx)
6837


The Singalila Subsection straddles the Nepalese-Sikkimese border. It extends north to the 6685 m col between Kangchenjunga South and Talung. Its eastern limit is the Talung glacier and its western limit is the Yalung glacier.

meters meters
Kabru III 7353 Rathong 6679
Talung 7349 Kabru Dome 6600
Kabru North (II) 7338 Kokthang 6147
Kabru South (I) 7317 Guicha 6127
Pandim 6691 Forked Peak 6108
The Western Sikkim Subsection is limited on the north by the Zemu glacier and on the west by the Talung glacier.

meters meters
Siniolchu 6887 Simvo North 6587
Simvo 6812 Simvo Northeast 6540
Simvo West 6811 Little Siniolchu 6538
Simvo East 6671
The Kumbhakarna Subsection is limited on the north by the Kumbhakarna glacier, on the east by the col between P 7468 and P 7385 and the Yalung glacier and on the south also by the Yalung glacier.

meters meters
Kumbhakarna P 6544 6544
(Jannu) 7710 P 6532

Khabur
6532
P 7468 7468 (Tumaklung) 6331
P 7385 7385 Boktoh 6142
Phole Sobithongje I 6669
Phole Sobithongje II 6645
Janak Himal. The eastern limit descends south from the Jong-sang la (6144 m) down the Ginsang and the Kangchenjunga glaciers and the Ghunsa khola. The western limit runs south from the Ghang la (5752 m).
meters meters
Jongsang 7483 P 7044 7044
P 7451 7451 Janak (Outlier) 7035
Dome Kang 7442 Drohmo I 6886
Lashar I 6847 P 6553 6553
Ohmi Kangri 6829 P 6537 6537
Lashar II 6806 Sharpu 6336
P 6754

(Tsajrin or Chabuk)

6754
Kangla 6242
P 6718 6718 Tsisima 6224
P 6665 (Pandra) 6665 Tangkongma 6224
P 6657 (in Tibet) 6657
P 6584 (Dzanye) 6584

Umbak Himal. This group is limited on the east by the Ghang la (5752 m), Pelam Chu and Yangma Chu and on the west by the Rakha la (5067 m), Walsang khola and Arun river.

meters meters
P 6424 6424 P 6245 6245

P 6356 6356 P 6233 6233

Senup 6257 P 6187 6187

IV. Arun River to Sun Kosi
Mahalangur Himal. This enormous range contains some of the highest mountains in the world, including Everest, Lhotse, Makalu and Cho Oyu. It is bounded on the east by the Popti la and the Arun river and on the west by the Gyabrag glacier, the Nangpa lay Nangpa Tsangpo and Dudh Kosi. It extends far north into Tibet.

The Makalu Subsection has the same eastern limit as the whole Himal: Popti la and Arun river. On the west and southwest it extends from the Kharta glacier, over the Karpo la and the 6130 m col east of $hartse and down the Barun glacier and Barun khola.
meters meters
Makalu 8463 P 6707 6707
Chomo Lonzo

(in Tibet)
7790 P 6586 6586
Kangchungtse

(Makalu II)
7678 P 6570 6570
P 7199 7199 P 6433 (Peak 3) 6433
Chago 6893 Yaupa 6424
P 6766 6766 P 6381 (Peak 5) 6381
Pethangtse 6739 Karma Changri

(in Tibet)
6267

The. Barun Subsection has its northern limit at the 6220 m col north of Cho Polo. Its eastern limit is the Barun glacier and the Barun khola. Its southwestern limit descends the Lhotse Shar glacier, the Imja glacier, the Imja khola and the Dudh Kosi.
meters meters
Chamlang 7319 P 6730 6730
P 7316 7316 Cho Pulu I 6711
Chamlang East 7235 P 6685 6685
Baruntse 7129 Cho Pulu II 6675
Kali Himal 6974 Mera (Peak 41) 6654
Ama Dablam 6812 P 6651 6651
Hongku Chuli

(Pyramid)
6809 Thamserku 6623
Kangtega 6779 Malangphutang 6575
Kyashar (Peak 43) 6767 P 6523 6523
P 6757

(Tutse, Peak 6)
6757 P 6489 (Peak 4) 6489
Kusum Kanguru 6367
Nau Lekh 6358
The Khumbu Subsection's eastern and southeastern limits run south from the Kharta glacier, over the Karpo la, across the Kang-chung glacier, over the col east of Shartse and to the southwest along the Lhotse Shar glacier, the Imja glacier and the Imja khola. The western limit runs south from the Gyabrag glacier over the Nangpa la and down the Nangpa glacier, the Nangpa Tsangpo and the Dudh Kosi. The group extends well into Tibet. Peaks entirely in Tibet are marked with an asterisk(*).
meters meters
Everest (Sagarmatha,

Qomolungma)
8848 P 7308*

(5.5 kms north of

Cho Oyu)
7308
Lhotse 8516 Khartaphu* 7227
Lhotse Shar 8400 P 7186 7186
Cho Oyu 8201 Pumori 7161
Gyachungkang 7952 P 7071*

(8 kms west of

Kharta Changri)
7071
Ngojumba Kang I 7916 Kharta Changri* 7056
Nuptse 7855 Hungchhi 7036
Ngojumba Kang II 7743 P 7023*

(7 kms north of

Cho Oyu)
7023
Ngojumba Kang III 7681 P 6726 6726
Shartse (Peak 38) 7591 Lingtren 6714
Changtse* 7580 P 6707* 6707
Shartse II 7459 P 6667 6667
Jasamba 7351 Khumbutse 6636
Cho Aui 7350 P 6633 6633
P 7018*

(7J kms west of Khartaphu)
7018 P 6617* 6617
Palung Ri* 7013 P 6592 6592
P 7013*

(1 kms west of

Khartaphu)
7013 P 6590 6590
P 7011*

(1 km southeast of

Lhakpa la)
7011 P 6563* 6563
P 6966*
(4 kms west of

Kharta Changri)
6966 P 6536* 6536
P 6945 6945 Kartse* 6507
P 6930* 6930 Tawoche

(Taboche)
6501
P 6916* 6916 P 6482* 6482
P 6913 6913 Cholatse 6440
P 6901*

(7 kms north of Pumori)
6901 Arakamtse 6423
P 6875 6875 Imjatse

(Island Peak)
6183
Chumbu 6870 Kyajori 6148
P 6835 6835 Lobuje West 6145
P 6801 6801 Nirekha 6913
P 6793 6793 Lobuje East 6119
P 6770 6770 Abi 6081
P 6734 6734 Diwanare 6050
Rolwaling Himal. This range has as its eastern limit the Gya-brag glacier and the Nangpa la, the Nangpa Tsangpo and the Dudh Kosi. The western limit is the Tamba Kosi.
meters meters
Menlungtse I

(in Tibet)
7181 P 6816 6816
Gaurishankar 7134 P 6790 6790
Menlungtse II

(in Tibet)
7023 Takargo 6782
Gaurishankar South 6983 Khatang 6782
Numbur 6957 P 6781 6781
Angole

(Tenga Ragi Tau)
6941 P 6771 6771
P 6900 6900 Dangnog Ri 6751
P 6821 6821 P 6734

(Kang Nachugo or Tseringma)
6734
P 6729 6729
Likhu Chuli

(Kg Pherago Shar)
6718 P 6523 6523
Panaiotapa 6696 P 6523 6523
Chobutse 6685 P 6517 6517
Likhu Chuli West

(Pig Pherago Nup)
6660 Karyolung 6511
P 6660 6660 P 6502 6502
P 6657 6657 Thengmuche 6492
P 6655 6655 Sin Kor 6380
P 6646 6646 Pamlaka 6349
Pangbuk 6631 Lang Dak 6336
P 6630 6630 Chugimago 6256
P 6615 6615 Kang Kuru 6252
P 6614

(Panaiotapa Shar)
6614 Tarikha

(Kwangde Lho)
6187
P 6605

(Teng Kang Poche)
6605 Parchemuche

(Parchamo)
6187
P 6594 6594 Dingjung Ri 6171
Jobo Rabzang

(in Tibet)
6587 Yasa Thak 6151
P 6545

{Lungdar Tsupaigo)
6545 Dang Kuru 6129
Kwangde Shar 6091
Kwangde Nup 6011
Ghod Chadi 6009

Pamari Himal. This range has as its eastern limit the Tamba Kosi and as its western one the Sun Kosi. Erwin Schneider calls the group the Lapchi Kang
Meters Meters
Chomo Pamari 6109 P6062 6062
P 6070 6070


V. Sun Kosi to the Trisuli Gandaki
Jugal Himal and Langtang Himal. These two groups have always been treated as two distinct ranges but it seems difficult to justify this division. The whole is bordered on the east by the Sun Kosi and on the west by the Trisuli-Bhote Kosi. The high peaks which extend far into Tibet and lie entirely in that region are marked by an asterisk (*). The traditional division into two groups runs south from 'Risum' (7050 m) down the Langtang glacier and the Langtang khola with the Jugal Himal east and south of this line.
meters meters
Shishapangma*

(Xixabangma,

Gosainthan)
8046 P 6713 6713
Phola Gangchen*

(Molamenqing)
7661 P 6695 6695
Porong Ri* 7284 P 6653 6653
Nyanang Ri* 7071 P 6641 6641
P 7050 7050 Phurbi Chyachu 6637
'Risum' 7050 P 6620 6620
P 7013 7013 P 6611 6611
Loenpo Gang

(Big White Peak)
6979 P 6591 6591
Dorje Lakpa 6966 P 6586 6586
P 6931 6931 P 6563 6563
Gurkarpo Ri 6891 P 6535 6535
P 6889 6889 P 6530 6530
Ramthang Karpo Ri

(Dome Blanc)
6865 P 6518 6518
P 6838 6838 P 6510 6510
Bhairav Takura

(Madiya Peak)
6799 Langshisha Ri 6427
P 6798 6798 Tanga 6410
P 6757 6757 Ganchimpo

(Gangchenpo)
6387
Loenpo Gang West 6733 Gumba Chuli

(Ladies Peak)
6256
Gyalzen 6151
Urkinmang 6151
Kanshurm 6078
The Langtang Himal subdivision is the part of this group which lies west and north of a line that runs south from 'Risum', down the Langtang glacier and Langtang khola.
meters meters
Langtang Lining 7234 Lalaga Ri* 6666
Gang Benchen* 7211 Kyunga Ri 6601
Langtang Ri 7205 P 6600 6600
Tsogaka 7193 Ghenge Liru

(Lining II)
6581
Luri Himal 6958 Dogpache 6562
Phurephu Ri* 6888 P 6506 6506
Gangphu Ri Shar* 6821 Ubra 6266
Changbu 6781 Pagmorpo 6204
Gangphu Ri Nup* 6772 Bhemdang Ri
P 6715 6715 (Morimoto) 6150
Yansa Tsenji 6690
VI. Trisuli Gandaki to the Kali Gandaki
Ganesh Himal. The eastern limit is the Trisuli-Bhote Kosi. On the west it is divided from the Searang Himal by a semi-circle which runs from the Taple la (5104 m; Y'anju pass) down the Shyar khola to its junction with the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki. It is divided on the west from the Mansiri Himal. by the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki.
meters meters
Ganesh I

(Yangra)
7429 P 6852 6852
Ganesh II 7111 P 6816 6816
Salasungo

(Ganesh III)
7110 P 6788 6788
Pabil

(Ganesh IV)
7052 P 6772 6772
Ganesh V 6986 Langpo 6668
P 6945 6945 P 6523 6523
P 6875 6875 P 6522 6522
P 6875 6875 P 6521 6521
Pashuwo 6177
Khojang 6049
Serang (Sringi) Himal. This group is bounded on the east by the Taple la (5104 m; Yanju pass) and the Shyar khola. On the south it is limited in a semi-circle: which runs down the Shyar khola and up the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki to its junction with the Tom khola. On the west it is bounded by the Tom khola and the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki.
meters meters
Chamar 7187 P 6542 6542
P 7183 7183 Tabsar 6065
P 6706 6706
Kutang Himal. The eastern limit is the Tom khola. The southern limit is the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki. The western limit is the Gya la and the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki.
meters meters
P 6647 6647 Saula 6235
P 6608 6608 Khayang 6186
P 6565 6565 Swelokhang 6180
Samdo

(Pang Buki)
6335

Mansiri (Manaslu) Himal. This group is bounded on the east by the Gya la and the Budhi (Burhi) Gandaki. In the north its limit starts from the Larkya la and descends the Dudh khola. On the west it is limited by the Marsyangdi river.
meters meters
Manaslu 8163 P 6867 6867
East Pinnacle of

Manaslu
7992 P 6785 6785
Himalchuli 7893 P 6710 6710
Ngadi Chuli

(Peak 29)
7871 Baudha 6672
Himalchuli West 7540 P 6544 6544
P 7514 7514 P 6534 6534
Himalchuli North 7371 P 6511 6511
Manaslu North 7157 Reni Peak

(Iidanda)
6459
P 7036 7036 Simnag Himal East 6251
P 6995 6995 Larkya

(Granite Peak)
6249
Peri Himal. Its southeast limit is the Gya la, the Larkya la and the Dudh khola. It is bounded on the south by the Dudh khola and the Marsyangdi river. Its western limit runs from between Chako and P 6687 at about 84°2(/ N south along the Hulung khola, Nar khola and Phu khola.
meters meters
P 7139 7139 P 6687 6687
Himlung 7126 P 6677 6677
P 7098 7098 P 6662 6662
P 7038 7038 P 6654 6654
Eatna Chuli 7035 P 6648 6648
Kang Guru 6981 P 6625 6625
P 6933 6933 P 6622 6622
P 6932 6932 P 6620 6620
P 6892 6892 P 6608 6608
P 6874 6874 P 6604 6604
P 6852 6852 P 6602 6602
P 6840 6840 P 6602 6602
Cheo 6820 P 6596 6596
P 6778 6778 P 6566 6566
P 6767 6767 P 6556 6556
P 6752 6752 P 6546 6546
P 6700 6700 P 6524 6524
P 6694 6694 P 6518 6518