World's 5 Most Dangerous Mountains

Mount Everest (Nepal and China)

The highest peak in the world, Mount Everest has claimed the lives of many climbers due to its extreme altitude, unpredictable weather conditions, and challenging terrain.

K2 (Pakistan and China

Known as the second highest peak, K2 is considered one of the most difficult mountains to climb. It has a high fatality rate primarily due to its steep slopes, harsh weather, and technical challenges.

Annapurna (Nepal)

Known for treacherous avalanches, steep cliffs, and unpredictable weather, it is one of the world's most dangerous mountains with a high fatality rate among climbers.

Nanga Parbat (Pakistan)

Dubbed "Killer Mountain," it poses extreme weather conditions, difficult terrain, and a high fatality rate, making it a formidable challenge for climbers.

Kangchenjunga (Nepal and India)

The third highest mountain, Kangchenjunga is known for its dangerous avalanches and unpredictable weather. It has claimed the lives of numerous mountaineers attempting to reach its summit.