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Morgan And Taran
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Morgan And Taran

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  • 1. Mountain ranges We will be telling you about mountain ranges.
  • 2. Ben Nevis • Ben Nevis is, at 437Oft the highest mountain in Great Britain situated in fort William Scotland.
  • 3. Mount Everest-Himalayas • Mount Everest is 29,029 feet 8,848m tall. • Everest was formed about 60 million years ago • Named after: • Sir George Everest in 1865 ,the British surveyor-general of India. Once known as Peak 15.
  • 4. K2- Pakistan Himalayas • K2 is a rocky mountain up to 6000 meters, beyond which it becomes an ocean of snow. The K2 peak is situated on the Pak-China border in the mighty Karakoram range. The traditional route to its base camp goes from Skardu, which is linked with Islamabad by a good road. From Skardu the route goes via Shigar-Dassu-Askole up to Concordia over the Baltoro glacier. The exact height of the peak is 8,611 meters/28,251 ft.
  • 5. Kilimanjaro • Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, the highest 'walkable' mountain in the world, a magnificent and spectacular undertaking.

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