Each of us once dreamed of reaching a summit for the first time. Most people think that everything has already been acquired. However, unconquered corners remained on earth…
Gangkar Punsum, 7570 meters above sea level, located in Bhutan, is the 40th highest mountain in the world. In the mid-1980s, several unsuccessful attempts were made to obtain it. In 1994, the Bhutan government issued a partial ban on climbing, and 2003 a total decision, justifying the climbers’ lack of respect for tradition and religion, which I am not surprised at all when looking at the amount of rubbish left by “climbers” every year on Mount Everest.
Saser Kangri II East
Saser Kangri II East (7518 m) is located in India in Kashmir, which is not a safe area of India. No attempt was ever made to get it. A slightly lower west vertex has already been conquered twice, and the main peak with a height of 7672 m was conquered in 1973. According to Corax, getting a climbing permit can be difficult, but it is rather possible.
Kabru North (7394 m), the highest peak of the Kabru massif, which is part of the Kangchongong massif. The southern tip of the Kabru massif was conquered in solo climbing as early as 1935. This passage for 18 years was a height record in solo climbing. In 2004, Kabru North, a Serbian team attempted to climb, but failed because of the huge avalanche threat.
Labuche Kang III
Labuche Kang III (about 7250 m), is located on the very little known Labuche Kang massif in Tibet. The reason why no one has yet reached this summit is actually just a lack of knowledge about its existence.
Karjiang (7221m) lies in Tibet, several attempts to reach the summit have failed due to the huge avalanche threat and very difficult terrain in the highlands of the mountain.