Top 10 Highest Mountain Peaks in India - The Wanderer India

India not only has a rich cultural diversity, but it also has many natural features, such as arid deserts, evergreen forests, snow-capped mountains, extensive coastlines, and fertile plains.

In this article, we will know about the 10 highest peaks in India.


1. Kangchenjunga Peak


Kanchenjunga is known as the highest mountain in India. This is the third highest mountain in the world. It is 8,586 meters (28,169 feet) high. Kanchenjunga means "the five treasures of snow" (ie gold, silver, gems, grain, and holy book). Located on the border separating India and Nepal.

Height: 8586 meters

Location: Sikkim.


2. Nanda Devi


Nanda Devi is the second-highest mountain in India. It is located in the Garhwal Himalaya region of Uttarakhand and has the highest altitude in the state. If you take everything into account, it can be said that Nanda Devi is the highest peak on the Indian continent, because Kanchenjunga is located on the border between India and Nepal.

Height: 7816 meters

Location: Uttrakhand

3. Kamet Peak

Kamet Peak is the third highest mountain in India. The Kamet River is the highest peak in the Zaskar Mountains in the Garhwal region of the Chamoli region of Uttarakhand. It is surrounded by three other towering peaks and is very close to Tibet. In addition, Kamet is located in the northern part of the main mountain range, which is a remote and rugged location for in and out and trekking activities.

Height: 7756 meters

Location: Uttrakhand

4. Saltoro Kangri


Saltoro Kangri is the fourth highest peak in India. Saltoro Kangri is the highest peak of the Saltoro Ranges (a sub-range of the Karakoram) (the largest mountain range in the Greater Himalayas). Saltoro is home to some of the longest glaciers in the world and is also home to the Siachen Glacier. It is listed as the 31st highest independent mountain in the world. Height: 7742 meters

Location: Jammu and Kashmir

5. Saser Kangri


Saser Kangri is the fifth highest mountain in India and the 35th highest mountain in the world. Sasser Kangri is made up of five spectacular peaks located in the Saser Muztagh mountain range in Chamu and Kashmir. It is also one of the sub-mountains of the Karakoram Mountains, located to the southeast of the Karakoram Mountains.

Height: 7,672 meters

Location: Jammu and Kashmir


6. Mamostong Kangri

Mamostong Kangri is the sixth highest peak in India and the 48th independent peak in the world. It is the highest peak in the Rimo Mustagh sub-range of the Greater Karakoram Mountains. It is 7516 m (24,659 ft) high and is also located near the Siachen Glacier.

Height: 7516 meters

Location: Jammu and Kashmir


7. Rimo Peak


Rimo is located on the north side of Limuztag, once again becoming part of the Greater Karakoram Mountains. The Rimo mountain range includes four peaks, of which Rimo I is the highest. To the northeast of the Rimo Mountains is the Karakoram Pass, which is one of the important trade routes in Central Asia. Rimo is part of the Siachen Glacier, which is 7,385 m (24,229 ft) above sea level.

Height: 7385 meters

Location: Jammu and Kashmir

8. Hardeol Peak


Hardeol Peak ranks eighth among the highest peaks in India. Hardeol is known as the Shrine and is one of the most famous peaks in the Kumaon Himalayas. It is located in the northern part of the Kumaon Shrine, bordering Nanda Devi. Hardeol Peak decorates the Milam Valley in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand.

Height: 7151 meters

Location: Uttrakhand

9. Chaukamba Peak


Chankamba Peak is the 9th on the list. It is the highest peak of the Gangotri Group and is located in the Garhwal Himalayas region of Uttarakhand. The Gangotri group includes four peaks, of which Chaukhamba occupies the highest peak. Its name is due to the arrangement of four peaks, which are very close to each other.

Height: 7138 meters

Location: Uttrakhand

10. Trisul Peak

Trisul is one of the three peaks in the Kumarn Mountains in Uttarakhand. It is a group of peaks composed of certain peaks. The tallest Trisul is 7120 meters high. The names of these three people come from the Trishul weapon of Lord Shiva. The group is located near the Nanda Devi reserve.

Height: 7120 meters

Location: Uttrakhand

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