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Posted on 11/09/2017 in travel by

Dangerous Mountains to Climb.

For many people, mountaineering is a very popular outdoor activity foe passing time. This provides you with the chance to experience the fragrance of the mother nature at its best , and it is also an exercise that will help you with the stamina to walk for long hours which will help you for body posture. There are many mountains that you can climb and have this experience, but there are some mountain that are dangerous to climb, and only the most experienced people can climb them but still under supervision. In this article we are going to discuss some of the dangerous mountains.

This is one o the tallest mountain in the Alpine range, which measures about 15,782 ft. It has so many rock slides and high attitudes that always make it difficult for people to climb, and every year this mountain reports about 100 deaths of people who dare to climb this dangerous mountain. However, although it one of the mountain with the highest fatalities, it is a popular mountain because in the year 1886, president Theodore climbed this mountain and reached to the top.

2. Annapurna. The Annapurna.
Annapurna mountain is 26,246 feet tall, and it has one o the tallest peaks that attracts climbers from all over the world. It is regarded as one of the most dangerous mountain, with a death rate of 41 percent, although a number of people have been able to climb this mountain successfully. You should keep off from this mountain if you are not an experienced climber.

3. Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Kilimanjaro is one of the highest mountain in East Africa, measuring 14,341 feet tall. Although the number of fatalities in this mountain is not a high as in other mountains, you are not supposed to climb this mountain if you are not trained and well equipped.

What causes many deaths in Mount Kilimanjaro is the altitude sickness and therefore it is important for you to be familiar with the symptoms of altitude sickness before you climb this mountain so that in case you experience any of the symptoms, you will stop climbing this mountain.

4. The Nanga Parbat.
It is one of the tallest mountains in Pakistan, which measures 26,657 feet. Over the years, this mountain has recorded a number of deaths which are caused by many ridge ice and rocks that are found in this mountain. Nanga Parbat is referred to as a man eater mountain because of the many deaths that have occurred here.

The call for action.
Not forgetting that mountaineering is fun, consider climbing a mountain with a guide.