|Elevation||7,205 m (23,638 ft) |
|Prominence||650 m (2,130 ft) |
|Parent range||Langtang Himal, Himalayas|
|First ascent||October 1981 by a Japanese team|
|Easiest route||rock/snow/ice climb|
Langtang Ri is a mountain in the Langtang Himal of the Himalayas. At an elevation of 7,205 m (23,638 ft) it is the 106th highest mountain in the world. Located on the border between the Bagmati Zone of Nepal and Tibet, China, it is part of a group of high peaks that include Shishapangma (8,013 m) and Porong Ri (7,292 m).
Langtang Ri was first climbed on 10 October 1981 by a Japanese expedition.
- "Langtang Ri, China/Nepal". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
- "High Asia summits over 6,750 metres high with 500 metres of re-ascent". viewfinderpanoramas.org. Retrieved 2014-08-10.
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