Khangri Shar

Khangri Shar is situated on the Nepal-Tibet border and is the next summit along the ridge to the west of Pumori. Base camp is by a lake at the foot of Pumori, from where the mountain is approached by descending loose moraine and following the Khangri Shar glacier.

Elevation (feet): 22,346
Elevation (meters): 6,811
Continent: Asia
Country: Nepal/China
Range/Region: Central Nepal Himalaya
Latitude: 28.01956
Longitude: 86.816025
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
First successful climber(s): 2004 Unsuccessful attempt by a UK expedition comprising Tim Blakemore (leader), Howard Jones and John Waterhouse
Nearest major airport: Khatmandu
Convenient Center: Namche Bazaar

Thanks to Howard Jones for adding this peak.

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