Kangchenjunga


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Kangchenjunga

, Kanchenjunga, Kinchinjunga
a mountain on the border between Nepal and Sikkim, in the Himalayas: the third highest mountain in the world. Height: 8598 m (28 208 ft.)
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Elise recalls one of her most touching moments on the trip occurred at the sacred mountain of Kangchenjunga, when Jangu changed into traditional dress to say a prayer for her late father.
Soria returned to Kangchenjunga in 2014 and in that year, at the age of 75, he reached the top of the world's third highest mountain.
The tea plantations |of Darjeeling with Kangchenjunga in the distance
Her afternoon presentation on sharing nursing skills in Nepal drew on her recent experience in the eastern part of that country with the Kangchenjunga School Project (KSP), a small aid organisation that has worked with people in the region for 25 years.
Karakorum, China y Pakistan: 8 611 msnm Kangchenjunga.
When I visited my dad's old school at North Point, Darjeeling, on his annual pilgrimage, I wondered how on earth anyone could concentrate on anything so mundane as studies and exams when out of the window, the Kangchenjunga loomed.
Regional Cooperation through Development of Conservation Corridors in the Kangchenjunga Landscape.
Kangchenjunga means "the five treasures of snows" and is said to house the five treasuries of God: gold, silver, gemstones, grains, and the holy books--as good a metaphor as any for the life-giving vault of Earth.
Everest, and Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world.
Reliability of land use/land cover assessment in Montane Nepal -- A case study in the Kangchenjunga Conservation Area (KCA).
From here, a six-day trek will take us through enchanting forests, ascending gradually to the Singalila Ridge with spectacular views of Kangchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world.
Charitytrekker Andy, part of a five-strong team supported by local porters and guides, was confronted by bandits five times during his month-long trip to the hills around Mount Kangchenjunga.