Gurla Mandata

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Gurla Mandata (Tibetan name Naimona'nyi) is the highest peak in southwestern Tibet. It rises south of Lake Manasarowar and north of the point where Nepal, Tibet and India meet.

Elevation (feet): 25,242
Elevation (meters): 7,694
Continent: Asia
Country: China
Latitude: 30.4333
Longitude: 81.2833
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Year first climbed: 1985

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