Khartaphu (also Kardapu) is a mountain in the Himalayas of Asia at the head of the Kharta valley. At 7,213 m (23,665 ft) above sea level, it is the 102nd highest mountain in the world. The peak is located in Tibet Autonomous Region, China about 7 km (4.3 mi) northeast of Mount Everest.
|Elevation||7,213 m (23,665 ft) |
|Prominence||712 m (2,336 ft) |
|Location||Tibet Autonomous Region, China|
|Parent range||Mahalangur, Himalayas|
|First ascent||18 July 1935 by a UK team|
|Easiest route||snow, ice climb|
Khartaphu was first climbed by the 1935 British Mount Everest reconnaissance expedition.
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