Intimidating heights: 24 most difficult mountains to climb

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It’s not a pastime for the faint-hearted, but these mountains will test even the most dedicated climber. Check out the 24 most intimidating mountains in the world.


Mount LoganCountry/Continent: Canada/North America
Height: 19,550 feet (5,959 meters)
The highest mountain in Canada and the second-highest peak in North America is considered a challenging pursuit for climbers because of its isolation and the long trek that mountaineers have to take even before they start the ascent.


GaurishankarCountry/Continent: Nepal-Tibet border/Asia
Height: 23,405 feet (7,134 meters)
The dual-summit mountain is characterized by steep faces and long, corniced ridges—making it extremely difficult to climb.

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