Dhaulagiri

Dhaulagiri


Lete, Nepal (NP)
At 8167m, Dhaulagiri is the world's 7th highest mountain. Dhaulagiri's rise above the local terrain is tremendous: it shoots up 7000m above the Kali Gandaki gorge, 30 horizontal km away. The Annapurna massif rises on the other side of the Kali Gandaki, with 8091m Annapurna I just 17 horizontal km from the gorge and 35km from Dhaulagiri.
At 8167m, Dhaulagiri is the world's 7th highest mountain. Dhaulagiri's rise above the local terrain is tremendous: it shoots up 7000m above the Kali Gandaki gorge, 30 horizontal km away. The Annapurna massif rises on the other side of the Kali Gandaki, with 8091m Annapurna I just 17 horizontal km from the gorge and 35km from Dhaulagiri.
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By: zeke7

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