At 8586 meters (28,169 ft) in height, the mighty Kangchenjunga is the third tallest mountain on the planet. Falling on the border of Nepal and India, the mountain actually consists of five massive summits, each of which is a challenge to climb. The video below was shot by mountaineer Tunc Findik when he summited the mountain back in 2011. It gives us all a good look at what it is like to climb this monster which is amongst the more challenging, but lesser known, 8000 meter peaks.
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