Num Ri

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Num Ri
Num Ri
Highest point
Elevation 6,635 m (21,768 ft) [1]
Prominence 330 m (1,080 ft) [2]
Isolation 2 kilometres (1.2 mi)
Coordinates 27°53′41″N 86°58′15″E / 27.89472°N 86.97083°E / 27.89472; 86.97083Coordinates: 27°53′41″N 86°58′15″E / 27.89472°N 86.97083°E / 27.89472; 86.97083
Num Ri is located in Nepal
Num Ri
Num Ri
Location Khumbu, Nepal
Parent range Himalayas
First ascent 2002
Easiest route glacier/snow/ice climb

Num Ri is a mountain in the Khumbu region of the Nepalese Himalayas. Num Ri consists of a long ridge that culminates eastwards in a pyramid summit. Neighbouring mountains are Island Peak, Baruntse and Cho Polu.

Num Ri was first climbed on November 7, 2002 by the German climbers Olaf Rieck, Lydia Schubert and Carsten Schmidt.


  1. ^ Nepal Topographic Maps, Sheet No. 2786 04, by the Finnish Meteorological Inst. (Nepalese Survey Dept., 1990s)
  2. ^ Parent peak is Cho Polu

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