Shishapangma officially know as Xixiabangma is the 14 highest mountain in the world and lowest of eight-thousanders mountains. It was the last 8,000 meter peak to be climbed, due to its location entirely within Tibet. The mountain has two summits, the commonly climbed Central summit is 8013m.
Before the Chinese opened Tibet to western mountaineers in 1978, little was known about Shishapangma. The only 8,000m peak to lie entirely in Tibet, it lies close to Nepalese border, shrouded behind the great, but less high, border peaks of Langtang. It is now regarded as one of the most straightforward 8,000m climbs and its summit is frequently achieved. Regarded as a ‘holy’ mountain local Tibetan, this peak names are Xixabangma, Gosainthan also.
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