Mount Little Xuebaoding

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Mount Little Xuebaoding
Mount Little Xuebaoding is located in China
Mount Little Xuebaoding
Mount Little Xuebaoding
Location in China
Highest point
Elevation 5,443 m (17,858 ft)
Listing Ultra
Coordinates 32°38′29″N 103°53′16″E / 32.64139°N 103.88778°E / 32.64139; 103.88778Coordinates: 32°38′29″N 103°53′16″E / 32.64139°N 103.88778°E / 32.64139; 103.88778
Geography
Location Songpan County, Sichuan,  China
Parent range Min Mountains
Climbing
First ascent 2012 by an international team

Mount Little Xuebaoding (Chinese: 雪宝顶; literally: "Snowy Treasure Peak"; Tibetan name:Shar Dung Ri) is a mountain near the easternmost edge of the Tibetan Plateau in China. With an elevation of 5,443 metres (17,858 ft), it is the second highest peak of the Min Mountains. It is located in Songpan County of the Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province.

Little Xuebaoding was first climbed in May 2012 by an International team: Karim Adouane (France), Linda Eketoft (Sweden), Jon Otto (USA), Asu (China).

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