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There are many hobbies that we have throughout our lives, and we constantly repeat these hobbies to pass time, rest our soul and have fun. Many small-scale and non-dangerous hobbies such as reading books, listening to music, participating in parachute flights, skiing have become a part of our daily life rather than being a hobby for us, but there are also many large, dangerous or non-dangerous hobbies that we can do other than these small hobbies.
Most of our large-scale hobbies and recreational activities are actually activities that have no danger, but since we live with a reality like a mistake in the world we live in, we can make mistakes at the same time while doing these non-dangerous activities and find ourselves in danger. Among these mistakes we make are to do things we believe we can do even though we are inexperienced, not to listen to the responsible and expert people of our activity, to use our choice for the option that will have bad results even though we know that it will cause bad results. In addition to these mistakes, our major activities include plane parachute, bungee jumping, base jumping, scuba diving, rollercoaster tours, cave diving, mountain biking, skydiving, rafting, motocross.
All of these activities and sports have a different beauty and fun, but there is another activity that has been and continues to be done for years that will ensure that these sports and activities remain aside and that is climbing.
Climbs, which are generally carried out by mountaineers, scouts and hobby lovers, are one of the first addresses of adrenaline seekers and while climbing is dangerous due to its structure, it is home to much higher dangers with the mountains and hills chosen by adrenaline enthusiasts.
Here are the world's most dangerous climbing mountains and hills:
1. Mount McKinley
This mountain, formerly known as McKinley, renamed Mount Denali in Alaska, is North America's highest mountain and its height is 6,195 meters. Denali Mountain is the highest peak of the Alaska Mountains.
Fifty percent of the climbs fail in Denali Mountain, which is located within Denali National Park and Conservation Area. More than 100 people have lost their lives during the climbs on Denali Mountain so far. The first person who managed to climb Denali Mountain is an American British researcher named Hudson Stuck. There were three other people next to Hudson Stuck, which climbed in June 1913.
2. Mount Annapurna
Annapurna, which means the Goddess of Harvest in Sanskrit language, is a series of peaks in the Himalayan mountain range in Nepal and is 55 kilometers long in total. The Annapurna massif contains 6 peaks in total and these peaks are named Annapurna 1, Annapurna 2, Annapurna 3, Annapurna 4, Gangapurna, Annapurna South. The highest of these peaks is the Annapurna 1 summit with 8,091 meters, 26,545 feet; The lowest is Annapurna South peak with 7.219 meters, 23.684 feet. Annapurna 1 is the tenth highest peak in the world due to its height. Annapurna 1 is one of the eight thousand mountains, which includes 14 mountains with an altitude of over 8,000 meters above sea level.
In addition, Annapurna 1 is the first peak of 8,000 meters to be climbed. The number of people who lost their lives while climbing the summit of Annapurna 1 is 53. Louis Lachenal and Maurice Herzog made the first climb to Annapurna 1 in June 1950. In addition, Jerzy Kukuczka and Artur Hajzer climbed Annapurna 1 for the first winter climb in the eight thousand mountains.
3. Nanga Parbat Mountain
Nanga Parbat Mountain, which means Naked Mountain in Urdu language, is the ninth highest mountain in the world with its 8,126 meters.
Nanga Parbat Mountain, located in the extension of Karakorum Mountains in Pakistan, has caused and witnessed many deaths until today. The first climb to Nanga Parbat Mountain, which is known as the most difficult mountain to climb in the world, was carried out by Hermann Buhl in July 1953.