Peak Pobeda, Sakha
The north-east face of Peak Pobeda
|Elevation||3,003 m (9,852 ft) |
|Prominence||2,443 m (8,015 ft) |
|Location||Sakha Republic, Russia|
|Parent range||Chersky Range|
Peak Pobeda (Russian: Победа, "Victory") is a mountain in Sakha Republic, Russia. At 3,003 m (9,852 ft) it is the highest peak of the Chersky Range, and the highest mountain in Siberia as well as in the Arctic Polar Circle.
Italian mountaineers Simone Moro and Tamara Lunger were the first to make a winter ascent of Peak Pobeda on February 12, 2018. They reported that the temperature was about -40C at base camp when they made their ascent. It is feared by the nomads living in the mountains, and no one will venture near it.
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