What is the highest altitude of the Himalayas?
The Himalayas is the highest mountain in the world. This year, the Chinese government updated the maximum height of the Himalayas. What is the exact height? The answer is 8848.86 meters above sea level.
Take a look at the famous scenic spots in the Himalayas.
Zhangmu port is located in the south slope of the middle section of the Sino Nepal border, with an altitude of 2300 meters. It is a small town built on the mountain. The surrounding natural environment is very beautiful. Modern buildings and some old wooden houses are scattered on both sides of the road. Zhangmudi is a subtropical area with humid climate and pleasant scenery. The town is full of traffic. You can see many imported goods from India, Nepal and other places. Tourists and businessmen of all colors come and go.
Yangzhuoyong Lake is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet. It is located in langjiaer and Gongga counties. When you cross the gangbala pass at an altitude of 4998 meters, the Jasper like Yangzhuoyong Lake will be displayed in front of you. With an altitude of more than 4000 meters and an area of 630 square kilometers, the lake is a unique natural scenic spot integrating plateau lakes, snow mountains, islands, pastures, hot springs, wildlife, temples and other landscapes.
Bocala Valley is located in the north of bocala city. The terrain is getting higher and higher. The Himalayas are like a barrier across the sky. Continuous snow peaks stand on the edge of the sky. Yuwei peak, annapuna peak and other snow capped mountains are more than 30 kilometers away from the urban area of bocala. The best viewing location is Shala Kuo, 1500 meters above sea level, and a small hilltop five kilometers north of the urban area. There are viewing platforms in different places for visitors to watch the magnificent scenery of the snow capped mountains at sunrise and sunset. Secondly, hepingta mountain is located in the south of feiwa. On the top of the mountain, there is a white Buddhist pagoda and a sign of chengbocala. When you get to the top of the mountain, you can enjoy the urban landscape of bocala, the panoramic view of Lake Fava, and the sunrise and sunset of snow mountain. It's just that climbing the mountain takes some effort.
Mount Qomolangma in the Himalayas has always been a holy land for humans to prove their climbing ability. Since 1841, Sir George Everest, the chief inspector of India, recorded the geographical location of Mt. Everest. On May 29, 1953, after the first successful ascent of Mt. Everest, many climbers from all over the world, including China, left footprints on the top of Mt. Everest.
On May 8, 2008, Xiangyun, the torch of the 29th Summer Olympic Games, was carried by Chinese athletes to Mount Qomolangma, the highest peak in the world (8848.86 meters above sea level). It has become the highest torch relay station in the history of Olympic torch relay.
The altitude is 8848.86 meters, which should be the accurate height. If you don't believe it, it is recommended to measure it yourself.