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Shiprock (2188 m)
Navajo, United States

10. Shiprock (2188 m), United States

Shiprock (Navajo: Tsé Bitʼaʼí, rock with wings or winged rock) is a monadnock rising nearly 482.5 m above the high-desert plain on the Navajo Nation in San Juan County, New Mexico, USA. It has a peak elevation of 2,188 m above sea level. It lies about 17.30 km southwest of the town of Shiprock, which is named for the peak. Governed by the Navajo Nation, the formation is in the Four Corners region and plays a significant role in Navajo religion, mythology and tradition.

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Aiguille du Midi (3842 m)
French Alps, France

9. Aiguille du Midi (3842 m), France

The Aiguille du Midi (3842 m) is a mountain in the Mont Blanc massif in the French Alps. The name Aiguille du Midi translates literally as Needle of the South. In the brochure for its cable car the Compagnie du Mont-Blanc asserts it gets its name from the fact that it is to the south when viewed from in front of the church in Chamonix.

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Schreckhorn (4078 m)
Bernese Alps, Switzerland

8. Schreckhorn (4078 m), Switzerland

The Schreckhorn (4,078 m) is a mountain in the Bernese Alps. It is the highest peak located entirely in the canton of Berne. The Schreckhorn is the northernmost Alpine four-thousander and the northernmost summit rising above 4,000 m in Europe. The Schreckhorn is located 10 km south-east of Grindelwald between the Upper and Lower Grindelwald Glacier. The region is made up of uninhabited glacial valleys, the great Aar Glaciers and the Fiescher Glacier. The summit of the Lauteraarhorn is located very close and reaches almost the same altitude. The highest peak of the Bernese Alps, the Finsteraarhorn lies 10 km to the south.

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Monte Fitz Roy (3359 m)
Patagonia, Argentina

7. Monte Fitz Roy (3359 m), Argentina

Monte Fitz Roy (also known as Cerro Chaltén, Cerro Fitz Roy, or simply Mount Fitz Roy) is a mountain located near El Chaltén village, in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile. First climbed in 1952 by French alpinists Lionel Terray and Guido Magnone, it remains among the most technically challenging mountains on Earth for mountaineers. Monte Fitz Roy is the basis for the Patagonia clothing logo following Yvon Chouinard's ascent and subsequent film in 1968.

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Mount Usborne (705 m)
Wickham Heights, Falkland Islands

6. Mount Usborne (705 m), Falkland Islands

Mount Usborne (Spanish: Cerro Alberdi) is a mountain on East Falkland. At 705 m above sea level, it is the highest point in the Falkland Islands. The mountain is referenced by Charles Darwin in Chapter 9 of the Zoology of the Voyage of the Beagle and is named after Alexander Burns Usborne, Master's Assistant on HMS Beagle, the ship that took Darwin on his famous voyage.

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Banski Suhodol (2884 m)
Pirin Mountain, Bulgaria

5. Banski Suhodol (2884 m), Bulgaria

Banski Suhodol (Bulgarian: Бански Суходол) is a peak in the Pirin mountain, south-western Bulgaria. It is located in the northern part of Pirin on the main ridge. Its height is 2884 meters which ranks it on third place in Pirin after Vihren and Kutelo.

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Cordillera del Paine (2884 m)
Chilean Patagonia, Chile

4. Cordillera del Paine (2884 m), Chile

The Cordillera del Paine is a small mountain group in Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia. It is located 280 km (170 mi) north of Punta Arenas, and about 1,960 km south of the Chilean capital Santiago. It belongs to the Commune of Torres del Paine in Última Esperanza Province of Magallanes and Antártica Chilena Region.

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Mount Kosciuszko (2228 m)
Snowy Mountains, Australia

3. Mount Kosciuszko (2228 m), Australia

Mount Kosciuszko is a mountain located in the Snowy Mountains in Kosciuszko National Park. With a height of 2228 m above sea level, it is the highest mountain in Australia (not including its external territories). It was named by the Polish explorer Count Paul Edmund Strzelecki in 1840, in honour of the Polish national hero and hero of the American Revolutionary War General Tadeusz Kościuszko, because of its perceived resemblance to the Kościuszko Mound in Kraków.

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Ama Dablam (6856 m)
Himalayas, Nepal

2. Ama Dablam (6856 m), Nepal

Ama Dablam is a mountain in the Himalaya range of eastern Nepal. The main peak is 6,856 m, the lower western peak is 6,170 m. Ama Dablam means "Mother's necklace"; the long ridges on each side like the arms of a mother (ama) protecting her child, and the hanging glacier thought of as the dablam, the traditional double-pendant containing pictures of the gods, worn by Sherpa women. For several days, Ama Dablam dominates the eastern sky for anyone trekking to Mount Everest basecamp.

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Bezbog Peak (2645 m)
Pirin Mountain, Bulgaria

1. Bezbog Peak (2645 m), Bulgaria

Peak Bezbog is a granite peak in the Pirin Mountain, 2645 meters high. Nearby is Mount Polejan. On the east begins Bezbojki ridge. He embraces Bezbojki lakes. Throught his ridge passes a trail from Bezbog hut to Popovo Lake.

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