|Elevation||8,410 m (27,590 ft)|
|Prominence||60 m (200 ft)|
|Isolation||0.43 km (0.27 mi)|
|Location||Lhotse, Khumbu, Nepal|
Lhotse, Tibet Autonomous Region, China
|First ascent||May 23, 2001|
|Easiest route||Snow/rock climb|
Lhotse Middle is a subsidiary peak to Lhotse, and was the final eight-thousander to be summited. It is a sharp, jagged peak rising 8,410 metres (27,590 ft) high, and has been described as the most difficult peak over eight thousand meters to climb.
Lhotse Middle was first climbed in 2001 by three groups of Russian climbers. At the time, it was the last unclimbed named eight-thousand-metre summit. Several members of the 2001 expedition had attempted to reach the summit in 1997, but bad weather forced them to abandon the attempt, and one climber was killed during the descent.
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- "First ascent of Lhotse Middle (with route map)". russianclimb.com. Retrieved 2009-12-20.