Explore The Best 6 Highest Peak Of Himalayas In India

India is a diverse country, it is home to not only cultural and linguistic areas but also to natural terrain terminals including valleys, mountains, rivers, flora and fauna. Our country is home to the most fascinating and mesmerizing places and the best part is the Himalayas which are high mountain ranges. The Kanchenjunga ranges, Garhwal Himalayas and the Karakoram ranges are the top three names of India’s Highest Peaks Such as Kanchenjunga, Nanda Devi and Kamet.
Kanchenjunga is the highest mountain peak in India, ranked 3rd highest peak in the world with an elevation of 8,586 m (28,169 ft). It is situated at the border of India and Nepal in the Himalayas range in Sikkim.
Here are the 6 Highest and magnificent peaks of India Himalaya Range
  1. Kanchanjanga
  2. Nanda Devi Peak
  3. Kamet Peak
  4. Saltoro Kangri Peak
  5. Saser Kangri Peak
  6. Mamostong Kangri Peak
1. Kanchanjanga Peak 
 
Kanchanjanga is the highest mountain peak in India and the third highest peak in the world. The literal meaning of ”Knchanjanga” is the “Five Treasures Of snow”(Namely Gold, Silver, Gemas, Grain and Holy books). Kanchenjunga is located at the border of India and Nepal in the great Himalayas Range.
The south base camps at a level of 4,740 meters are the most preferred as it is less arduous compared to north base camps at the level of 5,140 meters. Both bases camp give mesmerizing and breathtaking views of the magnificent Kanchenjunga.
Height – 8,586
Location – Sikkim
2.  Nanda Devi Peak
 
Nanda Devi is the second highest mountain peak in India. It is suited in the Garhwal Himayals and region in the state of Uttrakhand. Nanda Devi is the highest summit in the two massifs another one is called Nanda Devi eas, located at the easter part.
In the vicinity of Nanda Devi, lies Nanda Devi National Park which is one of the high altitude national park in India. It is home some most amazing flora and fauna Like snow lapped red fox and Himalayan musk deer are some of the most exclusive wildlife the park. The Garhwal region is one of the most popular destinations for the trek.
Height – 7,816 m
Location – Uttrakhand
3. Kamet Peak
 
Kamet Peak is the third highest Peak in India. Kamet is the highest summit in the Zaskar mountain Range of Garhwal region in the Chamoli District of Uttarakhand. Surrounded by three other towering peaks, it is situated quite close to Tibet. Additionally, Kamet is located north of the main range, making it a remote and rugged site for access and trekking activities.
Hight – 7,756 m
Location – Uttrakhand
4. Saltoro Kangri Peak
 
Saltoro Kangri Peak is the fourth highest peak in India. The Saltoro Kangri is the highest peak of Saltoro Mountain ranges, a subrange of Karakoram (the biggest range of greater Himalaya mountains). Saltoro is home of the longest glaciers in the world, namely the Siachen Glacier. It is ranked as the 31st highest independent mountain peak in the world.
Height – 7,742 m
Location –  Jammu and Kashmir
5. Saser Kangri Peak
 
Saser Kangri is the fifth highest peak in India and 35th highest mountain in the world. The Saser Kangri is a group of five brothers with an elevation of 25,171 ft. Here are the five brothers with there high altitude. Saser Kangri I – 7,672 m, Saser Kangri II – 7,518 m, Saser Kangri II – 7,500 m, Saser Kangri III – 7,495 m, Saser Kangri IV – 7,416 m.
Height – 7,627 m
Location – Jammu and Kashmir
6. Mamostong Kangri Peak
 
Mamostonga Kangri is the sixth highest peak in India. Mamostong Kangri is located in the remote area of the Siachen Glacier, It is on 48th ranked foe independent peaks in the world. Due to its remote location, the Momostang Kangri remains one of the least explored mountain peaks in India.
Height – 7,516 m
Location – Jammu and Kashmir

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