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    As we all know, Mount Everest is the highest peak in the world, and the Himalayas where it is located in a place where mountains stand proud, mysterious, and desirable. The average height of the mountains here is more than 7000 meters, and there are 110 peaks with a height of more than 7,350. Although these peaks are astonishing in height, most of them have been conquered by explorers from all over the world. But there is a mountain that is different. It is a mysterious mountain on the border between China and Africa, with an altitude of 7570 meters that has not been climbed so far, and it will be difficult to achieve in the future.



    This mountain is called gangkhar plenum. Its geographical location is very unique. It happens to be on the border between China and Bhutan. There are many disputes, so it has not yet been determined which country it belongs to. But internationally, it is generally regarded as the highest mountain in Bhutan. The gangkhar plenum is 7570 meters above sea level and is the 40th highest peak in the world. Despite this, this mountain is obviously one of the highest unclimbed mountains in the world, and there should be many people going to climb it.



    However, as surprising as it sounds, no one has succeeded in reaching the summit so far. Even though most of the peaks of the Himalayas a few decades ago were successively climbed by explorers from all over the world, this mountain has not been conquered. Therefore, it has become the highest unclimbed mountain in the world.

    Annapurna Base Camp is referred to as ABC. Need to start from near Pokhara to the remote Annapurna base camp. This is the most familiar, popular and classic Nepalese trekking route for people. The reason why this route is so well-known is that you can see Annapurna Peak very close, and you can also see the Fishtail Peak of Nepal's sacred mountain on the opposite side. Annapurna base camp trek cost starts at USD 2000. Location: Gandaki District and Dhaulagiri District, Nepal, located in the Annapurna Mountains in northern Nepal Mileage: about 68 kilometers Best time: April-May, October-November Trekking time: 7-10 days Annapurna Circuit Trek is referred to as ACT. Annapurna Circuit is a trek starting at Bissahar, and there is a direct local bus from Pokhara. You need to climb step by step from a starting point about 800 meters above sea level to the Tolong Pass at an altitude of 5416 meters, and then continue to walk down the mountain road back to Pokhara. The beginning of the hike is to climb slowly, the road conditions are better, and the difficulty is not too great. Nepal Annapurna circuit trek is getting harder and harder to walk to the middle road. As the altitude continues to rise, the difficulty of hiking gradually increases, which is a test of endurance and physical strength. After experiencing the devilish climb, it is a long-distance downhill. There are some landslides in the second half of the journey, so you need to be very careful when passing. The Annapurna Great Loop is known as the world’s number one trekking route, rich in diverse and magnificent landscapes, close to the Himalayas, cultural shocks from Indian Buddhism to Tibetan Buddhism, Nepal’s humanities and customs, and mountains rarely visited by tourists. Trails, from tropical rain forests over 700 meters above sea level to alpine mountains over 5000 meters above sea level. Location: Gandaki District and Dhaulagiri District, Nepal, located in the Annapurna Mountains in northern Nepal Mileage: about 220 kilometers Best time: April-May, October-November Trekking time: 20-25 days