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Address: Nimu County in Tibet Autonomous Region in China
Mount Qiongmugangri means knowledgeable fairy in Tibetan, closely adjacent to Xinjiang-Tibet Highway. Mount Qiongmugangri, 7048 M above sea level, belonging to Nyainqentanglha Range, is the highest mountain in south, with splendid and magnificent mountain body and well developed glaciers.
The mountain is basically in semi-arid continental climate, from May to September accounting for 80% to 90% of the annual precipitations, especially in August the rainfall is the biggest. Also in August, the weather is complex and various, usually appearing showers, hail lightning and thunderstorms a day.
In 1996, Sino-Korea United Climbing Team reached the summit.
In 1997, the climbing team from Japan Central University reached the summit.
In 1999, Japanese HAJ Climbing Team reached the summit.
In January, 2001, Youth Climbing Team from Sichuan reached the altitude of 5770 M.
In July, 2001, Beijing University Climbing Team reached the summit.
The terrain condition of Mount Qiongmugangri is complex, including ice wall, mixed ice-rock, rock wall, snow-bridge, cornice, hanging glaciers, dangerous avalanche zones and so on, which can be called “Terrain Museum” of climbing and has higher technical requirements to climbers. Climbing elevation difference and height of Mount Qiongmugangri is similar to the central peak, but the climbing difficulty is higher than the central peak. Mount Qiongmugangri is a typically technical peak of the 7000 M Level.
one of seven god mountains of Bon religion in Tibetan area
It lies between the Yarlung Tsangpo River (to the north), Yamdrok Lake (to the east) and the Himalayas mountain range (to the south)
ideal mountain for entry-level
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