Chumbu (6859m) - Khangri Shar (6792m) - Pumori (7138m)

Chumbu
altitude 6853m/6859m, coordinates 28°00'51"N 86°47'18"E, prominence 509m

is located fully within Nepal, just a few hundred metres south of the border with Tibet.
Chumbu is still unclimbed.

Khangri Shar aka West Pumori
altitude 6789m/6792m/6811m, coordinates 28°01'09" 86°48'42", prominence 328m

is located on the Nepal-Tibet border less than 2km W-NW of Pumori.
It has been unsuccessfully attempted twice, but remains unclimbed.

Pumori
altitude 7138m/7145m/7161m/7165m, coordinates 28°00'54" 86°49'39", prominence 1157m)

is the most prominent peak along the approx. 40km ridge between Everest and Cho Oyu
It was first ascended in 1962 by a German expedition.

See more labelled panorama taken from the same point here, here and here

Shot location: 27°58'42"N 86°49'35"E, alt. 5198m, looking NW-N
(Solukhumbu District – Nepal – 16 May 2011)

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lsheen

lsheen - Sep 6, 2011 12:43 pm - Voted 10/10

Isn't that Kala Pattar...

...the dark brown 'bump' in front of Pumori? Nice shot - thanks for the photo and the info, Bruno.

Enjoyed your photo album. I love the pics of the Everest Group from the north-east, an angle that they're rarely viewed from.

Peace,

Lew

Bruno

Bruno - Sep 24, 2011 6:08 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Isn't that Kala Pattar...

Yes, it is (by the way KP is not a peak at all, but just a bump lacking any prominence on Pumori South Ridge).

To what pictures of Everest are you referring to? I can't remember having posted such photos.

Cheers,
Bruno

lsheen

lsheen - Oct 5, 2011 12:33 pm - Voted 10/10

Apologies Bruno,

I was incorrect about attributing the Everest photo I remembered to you. Now I can't find it at all!

I still appreciate all your photos, your Kalaxung photos are splendid, as are your pictures of Lunag Ri and many other lesser-known peaks.

Thanks for posting them all,

Big Lew

Bruno

Bruno - Oct 17, 2011 8:13 am - Hasn't voted

Re: Apologies Bruno,

I was suprised...

But here is a picture of Everest taken truly from the NE... :)

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