Since the beginning of humanity, mountains have always charmed us with their splendid beauty and immense size. As much as they fantasize us, it takes an enormous amount of physical and mental strength to climb them. Only a few of us have the courage to take down the challenge and adventure to reach the top of the highest mountains in the world.
If climbing is your passion and you think you have whatever it takes to reach on the top of highest peaks and want to do something that has never been done before you must try to climb the highest untouched peaks of the world. Naming unclimbed highest peaks in the world is a matter of controversy. So here’s the list of top 5 unclimbed mountains in the world in terms of elevation.
Gangkhar Puensum (7,570 m)
Located in Bhutan, Gangkhar Puensum is the world's highest unclimbed mountain. Bhutan government has banned climbing on mountains more than 6000 meters in 1994 respect to local spiritual beliefs, and then banned mountain climbing completely in 2003. If Bhutan doesn’t change their mind about climbing it will stay as the highest unclimbed mountain in the world.
Muchu Chhish (7,543 m)
Located in the Pakistan, Muchu Chhish is a remote mountain of the Western Karakoram. Although not very well known it has the, sometimes disputed, the title of being the highest unclimbed (legally accessible) peak in the world.
Kabru North Summit (7,394 m)
Kabru Massif is a mountain in Himalayan range. It is located on the border of India and Nepal. People have successfully climbed the Kabru South but Kabru North is still untouched.
Labuche Kang III (7,250 m)
With two unsuccessfully summits Labuche Kang III is the fourth highest unclimbed mountain in the world. Labuche Kang III is located in Tibet.
Karjiang I (7,221 m)
Karjiang I is an unclimbed mountain due to its extremely technical and avalanche prone areas. Located in Tibet Karjiang require exceptionally well climbing skill to reach the top.