List of deaths on eight-thousanders

The eight-thousanders are the 14 mountains that rise more than 8,000 metres (26,247 ft) above sea level; they are all in the Himalayan and Karakoram mountain ranges.

This is a list of mountaineers who have died on these mountains.

Mount Everest

Mount Everest, Earth's highest mountain, has been host to numerous tragedies; over 80 have died on the mountain, with deaths occurring every year since 1978. The most notable events occurred during the 1922 British Mount Everest Expedition, 1970 Everest Disaster, 1974 Everest Disaster, 1996 Everest Disaster, 2014 Mount Everest avalanche, and 2015 Mount Everest avalanches.

K2

K2 is the world's second highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of death-
22 July 2018 Kojiro Watanabe  Japan Fall during descent [1]
7 July 2018 Serge Dessureault CanadaFall[2]
30 July 2014 Miguel Ángel Pérez SpainProbably altitude sickness[3][4]
26/27 July 2013 Marty Schmidt New Zealand /  USAAvalanche[5][6]
26/27 July 2013 Denali Schmidt
(son of Marty Schmidt)
 New Zealand /  USAAvalanche[5][6]
6 February 2012Vitaliy Gorelik RussiaFrostbite, Cardiac Insufficiency[7]
6 August 2010Fredrik Ericsson SwedenFall[3][8]
17 July 2010Petar Georgiev Unzhiev BulgariaAltitude sickness[3][9]
23 June 2009Michele Fait ItalyFall with skis[3][10]
2 August 2008Hwang Dong-jin South KoreaFourth serac fall[3][11]
2 August 2008Park Kyeong-hyo South KoreaFourth serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Kim Hyo-gyung South KoreaFourth serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Mehrban Karim PakistanSecond or third serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Hugues d'Aubarede FranceFall during descent[3]
2 August 2008Ger McDonnell IrelandSecond or third serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Pasang Bhote   NepalFourth serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Jumic Bhote   NepalFourth serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Rolf Bae NorwayFirst serac fall[3]
2 August 2008Jahan Baig PakistanFall[3]
2 August 2008Dren Mandić SerbiaFall[3]
20 July 2007Stefano Zavka ItalyLost[3][12]
20 July 2007Nima Nurbu   NepalFall from bottle neck[3]
13 August 2006Arkadi Kuvakin RussiaAvalanche[3]
13 August 2006Aleksandr Foigt RussiaAvalanche[3]
13 August 2006Piotr Kuznetsov RussiaAvalanche[3]
13 August 2006Yuri Uteshev RussiaAvalanche[3]
19 August 2004Manel de la Mata SpainPulmonary edema[3]
2 August 2004Dauoud Khadem Asl IranLost in storm[3]
2 August 2004Sergei Sokolov RussiaLost in storm[3]
29 July 2004Aleksandr Gubaev KyrgyzstanLost in storm[3]
8 June 2004Pae Kyong-kyu South KoreaAvalanche[3]
8 June 2004Kim Jae-koung South KoreaAvalanche[3]
8 June 2004Lee Hwa-hyeung South KoreaAvalanche[3]
21 July 2003Klaus-Dieter Grohs GermanyFall[3]
22 July 2002Muhammad Iqbal PakistanFall[3]
13 July 2002Sher Ajman PakistanAvalanche[3]
2001, 22 JulyPark Young-do South KoreaFall[3]
1999, 10 JulyMihai Cioroianu RomaniaHit by rockfall[3]
1996, 14 AugustIgor Benkin RussiaUnknown (disappeared). Probably exhaustion, hypoxia[3]
1996, 29 JulyLorenzo Mazzoleni ItalyFall[3]
1995, 15 AugustJeff Lakes CanadaExhaustion[3]
1995, 13 AugustBruce Grant New ZealandKilled in a storm[3]
1995, 13 AugustRob Slater USAKilled in a storm[3]
1995, 13 AugustAlison Hargreaves United KingdomKilled in a storm[3]
1995, 13 AugustJavier Escartin SpainKilled in a storm[3]
1995, 13 AugustJavier Olivar SpainKilled in a storm[3]
1995, 13 AugustLorenzo Ortiz SpainKilled in a storm[3]
1995, 6 JulyJordi Anglès SpainFall[3]
1994, 11 AugustJuan Antonio Apellániz SpainExhaustion[3]
1994, 24 JulySteve Untch USAFall, broken rope[3]
1994, 10 JulyDmitri Ibragim-Zade UkraineKilled in a storm[13]
1994, 10 JulyAleksandr Parkhomenko UkraineKilled in a storm[13]
1994, 10 JulyAleksei Kharaldin UkraineKilled in a storm[13]
1993, 31 JulyDaniel Bidner SwedenAltitude sickness, Fall[3][14]
1993, 30 JulyReinmar Joswig GermanyLost[3]
1993, 30 JulyPeter Mezger GermanyLost[3]
1993, 7 JulyDan Culver CanadaFall[3][15]
1993, 15 JuneBoštjan Kekec SloveniaAltitude sickness[3][16]
1992, 14 AugustAdrián Benítez MexicoFall[3]
1989, 28 JulyHans Bärnthaler AustriaWindslab Avalanche (E face) nearby peak[3]
1987, 24 AugustAkira Suzuki JapanFall[3]
1986, 10 AugustDobrosława Miodowicz-Wolf PolandExhaustion[3]
1986, 10 AugustAlfred Imitzer AustriaAltitude sickness[3]
1986, 10 AugustHannes Wieser AustriaAltitude sickness[3]
1986, 10 AugustAlan Rouse United KingdomAltitude sickness[3]
1986, 7 AugustJulie Tullis United KingdomAltitude sickness[3]
1986, 4 AugustMohammad Ali PakistanStonefall[3][17]
1986, 3 AugustWojciech Wróż PolandFall[3]
1986, 16 JulyRenato Casarotto ItalyFall into crevasse[3]
1986, 10 JulyTadeusz Piotrowski PolandFall[3]
1986, 24 JuneMaurice Barrard FranceLost[3]
1986, 24 JuneLiliane Barrard FranceLost[3]
1986, 21 JuneJohn Smolich USAAvalanche[3]
1986, 21 JuneAlan Pennington USAAvalanche[3]
1985, 7 JulyDaniel Lacroix FranceUnknown (disappeared)[3][18]
1982, 15 AugustYukihiro Yanagisawa JapanFall[3][18]
1982, 30 JulyHalina Krüger-Syrokomska PolandStroke[3]
1979, 19 AugustLaskhar Khan PakistanStroke[3]
1979, 9 JuneAli, Son of Kazim PakistanFall into crevasse[3]
1978, 12 JuneNick Estcourt United KingdomAvalanche[3][19]
1954, 21 JuneMario Puchoz ItalyPneumonia[3]
1953, 10 AugustArt Gilkey USAAvalanche[3]
1939, 31 JulyPasang Kikuli   NepalDisappearance[3]
1939, 31 JulyPasang Kitar   NepalDisappearance[3]
1939, 31 JulyPintso   NepalDisappearance[3]
1939, 30 JulyDudley Wolfe USAAltitude sickness and severe dehydration[3]

Kangchenjunga

Kangchenjunga is the third highest mountain in the world.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
2019, 15 MayBiplab Baidya IndiaHypothermia[20]
2019, 15 MayKuntal Kanrar IndiaHypothermia[21]
2019, 15 MayRodrigo Vivanco ChileMissing[22]
2014, 20 MayChhanda Gayen IndiaFall on descent above Camp 4[23]
2014, 20 MayMigma Temba   NepalFall on descent above Camp 4[23]
2014, 20 MayDewa Wangchu   NepalFall on descent above Camp 4[23]
2013, 21 MayBibash Gurung Sherpa   NepalFall[24][25][26]
2013, 21 MayPho Dorchi Sherpa   NepalFall[24][25][26]
2013, 21 MayPark-nam Su South KoreaFall[24][25][26]
2013, 21 MayPéter Kiss HungaryFall on descent above Camp 4[24][25][26][27]
2013, 21 MayZsolt Erőss HungaryDisappeared on descent above Camp 4[24][25][26][27]
2007, 25 MayIñigo de Pineda SpainFall[28][29]
2002, 24 MayChristopher Grasswick CanadaFall[29][30]
2000, 23 AprilAng Dawa Tamang   NepalHit by ice block[31]
1999,14 SeptemberMyeong-kun Hyun South KoreaAvalanche[29][32]
1999,14 SeptemberDo-kyu Han South KoreaAvalanche[32]
1998, 16 MayAtsushi Shiina JapanProbably HACE[33]
1998, 16 MayKenzo Akasaka JapanExhaustion[33]
1995, 6 OctoberBenoît Chamoux FranceDisappeared[34]
1995, 5 OctoberPierre Royer FranceDisappeared[34]
1995, 5 OctoberSherpa Riku   NepalFall[35]
1994, 23 OctoberYordanka Dimitrova BulgariaUnknown (disappeared)[29][36]
1994, 10 OctoberSergei Zhvirblya BelarusAvalanche[29]
1994, 10 OctoberYekaterina Ivanova RussiaAvalanche[29]
1992, 13 MayWanda Rutkiewicz PolandUnknown (disappeared)
1992, 25 AprilAng Dorje   NepalSuffocation[29][37]
1992, 25 AprilLhakpa Nuru   NepalSuffocation[29][37]
1991, 16 MayPasang II IndiaFall[29]
1991, 3 MayJože Rozman SloveniaFall[16][29]
1991, 3 MayMarija Frantar SloveniaFall[29]
1989, 20 DecemberTchiring Chumbi Lama   NepalFall (on Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[29]
1989, 20 DecemberAng Dawa   NepalFall (on Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[29]
1989, 20 DecemberKyo-sup Jin South KoreaFall (on Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[29]
1988, 17 MaySanjay Borole IndiaHypothermia[29][38]
1987, 31 MayChander Singh IndiaFall[29]
1987, 25 MayChorten Tshering IndiaDisappearance[29]
1987, 25 MayPhu Pu Bhutia IndiaDisappearance[29]
1987, 25 MayPhu Dorje II IndiaDisappearance[29]
1986 January 11Andrzej Czok PolandPulmonary edema[29]
22 April 1985Borut Bergant YugoslaviaFall (on Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[16][29]
1985 January 14Chris Chandler United StatesHACE[29][39]
1981 October 15Jean-Jacques Ricouard FranceFall[29]
4 May 1980Alfonso Medina MexicoDisappeared (on Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[29]
4 May 1980Hugo Saldaña MexicoDisappeared (on Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[29]
1977 April 12Sukhvinder Singh IndiaFall[29]
1973 May 15Takeo Matsuda JapanHit by rock (after summitting Yalung Kang [a.k.a. Kangchenjunga West])[40]
26 May 1955Pemi Dorje IndiaFall[29]
9 August 1931Hermann Schaller GermanyFall[29]
9 August 1931Pasang 1 IndiaFall[29]
August 1931Babulall IndiaIllness[29]
July 1931Lobsang IndiaIllness[29]
9 May 1930Chettan IndiaFalling ice[29]
27 May 1929E. F. Farmer United StatesDisappeared [29]
1905 September 1three unnamed others IndiaFall[29]
1905 September 1Alexis Pache  SwitzerlandFall[29][41]
28 August 1905unnamed porter IndiaFall[29]

Lhotse

Lhotse is the fourth highest mountain in the world.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
17 May 2019 Ivan Tomov  Bulgaria Cerebral edema [42]
17 May 2018 Rustem Amirov  Russia Altitude sickness [43]
19 May 2016Ang Furba Sherpa   NepalFall[44]
27 April 2015Hiroshi Yamagata JapanAvalanche (2015 Mount Everest avalanches)[45][46]
25 April 2015Zhen-Fang Ge ChinaAvalanche (2015 Mount Everest avalanches)[47][48]
18 April 2014Asman Tamang   NepalAvalanche (2014 Mount Everest ice avalanche)[49]
20 May 2013Hsiao-Shih Lee TaiwanAltitude sickness[50][51]
16 October 2012Temba Sherpa   NepalFall[52]
21 May 2012Milan Sedláček Czech RepublicExhaustion[53]
7 May 2010Sergey Duganov RussiaAltitude sickness[54][55][56]
25 May 2009Sergey Samoilov KazakhstanFall[57][58]
21 May 2007Pemba Doma   NepalFall[58][59]
9 May 2006Pavel Kalný Czech RepublicFall[58][60]
5 October 2003Sun-dug Hwang South KoreaAvalanche (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
5 October 2003Joo-hoon Park South KoreaAvalanche (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
17 September 2000Vladimir Bondarev RussiaAvalanche[58]
27 May 1997Vladimir Bashkirov RussiaIllness[58][61]
24 October 1989Jerzy Kukuczka PolandFall[58][62]
27 September 1987Antoni (Toni) Sors SpainAvalanche (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
27 September 1987Sergio Escalera SpainAvalanche (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
27 September 1987Francesc Porras SpainAvalanche (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
27 September 1987Antonio Quiñones SpainAvalanche (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
14 September 1987Czesław Jakiel PolandAvalanche[58]
30 October 1986Pedro Alonso SpainFall (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
25 October 1985Rafał Chołda PolandFall[58]
16 October 1981Philippe Petten  SwitzerlandDisappearance (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
16 October 1981Pierre Favez  SwitzerlandDisappearance (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
17 May 1980Pasang Nima   NepalAvalanche[58]
28 April 1980Nicolas Jaeger FranceDisappearance (on Lhotse Shar)[58]
12 May 1977Max Lutz West GermanyFall[58]
17 December 1974Stanislaw Latałło PolandExhaustion[58]

Makalu

Makalu is the world's fifth highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
24 May 2019 Nima Tshering Sherpa    Nepal [63]
16 May 2019 Dipankar Ghos  India Disappearance [64]
16 May 2019 Narayan Singh  India Altitude sickness [65]
8 May 2019 Richard Hidalgo  Peru [66]
14 May 2018 Ang Dawa Sherpa    Nepal Altitude sickness [67]
11 May 2016Lakpa Sherpa   NepalDeath possibly due to lack of oxygen[68]
11 May 2016Dawa Tenji Sherpa   NepalDeath possibly due to lack of oxygen[68]
2 May 2014Yannick Gagneret FranceHACE[69]
24 April 2013Liu Xiang-Yang ChinaFall on the descent from the summit[70]
22 May 2011Joëlle Brupbacher  SwitzerlandAltitude sickness[71][72]
30 May 2010Zaharias (Haris) Kiriakakis GreeceDisappearance[54][73]
24 May 2009Sangat Ram Thakur IndiaIllness[74]
20 May 2008Nil Prasad Gurung   NepalAltitude sickness (?)[74]
24 April 2008Drabey Bahadur Rajan Mongar   NepalFall[74]
27 January 2006Jean-Christophe Lafaille FranceDisappearance[74]
15 May 2005Sumba Sherpa   NepalAltitude sickness[74]
18 May 2004Jay Sieger United StatesFall[74][75]
17 May 2004Vladislav Terzyul UkraineFall[74]
25 April 2002Raymond Caughron United StatesProbably exhaustion[74][76]
14 May 2001Eric Resch AustraliaDisappearance[74]
16 May 2000Bernd Mehnert GermanyProbably pulmonary embolism[74]
11 October 1999Sange Sherpa   NepalAvalanche[74]
30 April 1999Michael Knakkergaard-Jørgensen DenmarkFall[74]
13 October 1997Per Lyhne DenmarkIllness[74]
24 May 1997Igor Bugachevski RussiaRockfall[61][74]
21 May 1997Salavat Khabibullin RussiaExhaustion[61][74]
14 May 1996Anatoli Chlekht RussiaFall[74][77]
8 May 1995David Hume AustraliaFall[74]
8 October 1991Takumi Ishizaka JapanExhaustion, Exposure[74]
2 October 1991Manuel (Manu) Badiola SpainFall[74]
14 October 1988Ryszard Kołakowski PolandDisappearance[74]
25 September 1986Marcel Rüedi  SwitzerlandExhaustion[74]
13 September 1984Ram Bahadur Shresta   NepalPulmonary edema at base camp[74]
15 October 1983Mark Moorhead AustraliaFall[74]
3 October 1983William Denz New ZealandAvalanche[74]
26 September 1982Tadeusz Szulc PolandIllness[74]
6 October 1978Andrzej Młynarczyk PolandAvalanche[74]
25 May 1976Karel Schubert CzechoslovakiaCold, exhaustion[74]
26 May 1973Jan Kounický CzechoslovakiaFall[74]
26 September 1954Dilli Bahadur Verma   NepalPneumonia[74]

Cho Oyu

Cho Oyu is the world's sixth highest mountain. Updated and completed up to 2010.

DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
1 May 2019Phujung Bhote   NepalCrevasse
16 May 2018Park Shin-yong South KoreaExhaustion or altitude sickness[78]
26 September 2011Joerg Henning GermanyAvalanche[79]
23 September 2011Rostislav Krpec Czech RepublicUnknown [79][80]
22 May 2011Ronald Naar NetherlandsArrhythmia[81]
3 October 2010Walter Nones ItalyFall[82]
3 May 2010Serguey Nikitin RussiaUnknown[54]
25 September 2009Clifton Maloney United StatesIllness[83]
2 June 2009Dennis Verhoeve NetherlandsFall[84]
5 October 2008Miha Valič SloveniaAltitude sickness
4 October 2008Guy Leveille CanadaFall
9 May 2006Raymund Spang GermanyFall
11 May 2005Lubos Stacho SlovakiaIllness
13 October 2004Xabier Ormazabal SpainHypothermia[85][86]
6 October 2003Christos Barouchas GreeceExhaustion
16 May 2003Guenter Welkisch GermanyAltitude sickness
14 May 2003Paul Carr AustraliaIllness[87]
14 May 2002Adam Cinnamond United KingdomCrevasse[88]
30 April 2002Chhong Ringee   NepalUnknown
9 September 2001Su-ya Kim South KoreaAltitude sickness
11 October 2000Pavle Milošević Serbia and MontenegroIllness
20 September 2000Pemba Gyalzen   NepalAvalanche
20 September 2000Pasang Nuru   NepalAvalanche
20 September 2000Pasang Nima   NepalAvalanche
4 May 2000Pavel Bonadysenko RussiaFall[89]
4 May 2000Noora Toivonen FinlandFall[90]
Winter 1999Joan Carrillo Junca SpainFall
26 September 1998Alexander Jaggi  SwitzerlandIllness
13 May 1998Gerald Roesner GermanyFall
30 April 1998Viktor Stepanov RussiaIllness
10 October 1996Lubos Becak Czech RepublicAltitude sickness
6 October 1996Hiroshi Oya JapanAltitude sickness
20 April 1996Friedrich Zintl GermanyIllness
8 October 1994Lhakpa Gyalu   NepalIllness
24 January 1994Juan Carlos Piedra  SwitzerlandFall
24 January 1994Jean-Luc Beausire  SwitzerlandFall
20 May 1992Philippe Monnerat  SwitzerlandFall
21 October 1991Yuri Grebeniuk Soviet UnionFalling rock/ice
11 May 1991Horst Wasmann GermanyFall
Summer 1990Chandra Gurung   NepalIllness
25 December 1989Ang Lhakpa Nuru   NepalFall
29 September 1988Daniel Bovero FranceAltitude sickness
12 May 1988Stefan Wörner  SwitzerlandAltitude sickness[91]
23 October 1986Pierre-Alain Steiner  SwitzerlandFall
19 May 1982Reinhard Karl West GermanyAvalanche
7 May 1964Alois Thurmayr West GermanyAltitude sickness
4 May 1964Georg Huber West GermanyAltitude sickness
2 October 1959Chhowang   NepalAvalanche
2 October 1959Ang Norbu   NepalAvalanche
2 October 1959Claudine van der Straten-Ponthoz BelgiumAvalanche
2 October 1959Claude Kogan FranceAvalanche[92]
28 April 1958Narendra Dhar Jayal IndiaAltitude sickness

Dhaulagiri I

Dhaulagiri I is the world's seventh highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
27 September 2018Dawa Gyaljen Sherpa   NepalAvalanche[93]
30 April 2018 Simone La Terra  Italy Storm [94]
20 May 2017Ang Ngima Sherpa   NepalFall/Exposure[95]
19 May 2016Rajib Bhattacharya IndiaAltitude sickness[96]
16 May 2016Christiaan Johan Wilson NetherlandsDisappeared[97][98]
15 October 2014Ján Matlák SlovakiaAvalanche[99][100]
15 October 2014Vladimír Švancár SlovakiaAvalanche[101][100]
15 October 2014Bhoj Kumar Rai   NepalAvalanche[102][100]
15 October 2014Gopal Rai   NepalAvalanche[103][100]
15 October 2014Dorje Sherpa   NepalAvalanche[104][100]
26 May 2013Juanjo Garra SpainFall and exposure[24][105][106][107]
23 May 2013Chizuko Kono JapanExhaustion[24][107][108]
23 May 2013Dawa Sherpa   NepalDisappeared [107][108]
28 September 2010Daisuke Honda JapanAvalanche[109][110][111]
28 September 2010Osamu Tanabe JapanAvalanche[109][110]
28 September 2010Pasang Gyelu   NepalAvalanche[109][110]
28 September 2010Toshio Yamamoto JapanAvalanche[109][110]
13 May 2010Zhao Liang ChinaFall [54][112]
13 May 2010Li Bin ChinaCold/ Exhaustion[112][113]
13 May 2010Han Xin ChinaFall[112]
1 May 2009Mehdi Etemad Far IranFall [114]
8 April 2009Piotr Morawski PolandFall into crevasse[115]
5 May 2008Rafael Guillén SpainFall[116]
5 May 2008Darío Bracali ArgentinaDisappeared[116]
12 May 2007Santiago Sagaste SpainAvalanche[117]
12 May 2007Ricardo Valencia SpainAvalanche[117]
30 April 2007Sergio Dalla Longa ItalyFall[118]
14 October 2001Yukihiko Shinagawa JapanDisappeared[119]
14 October 2001Ryushi Hoshino JapanDisappeared[119]
14 October 2001Masashi Fukumoto JapanDisappeared[119]
11 October 2001Jose Antonio Garces SpainFall[120]
7 October 2000Gyalzen Chuldim   NepalAvalanche
29 September 2000Soo-ho Lee South KoreaAvalanche
24 October 1999Ginette Harrison United KingdomAvalanche
24 October 1999Dawa Dorje   NepalAvalanche
2 October 1998Charalampos (Babis) Tsoupras GreeceFall
11 May 1998Chantal Mauduit FranceAvalanche[121]
11 May 1998Ang Tshering   NepalAvalanche[121]
1 May 1998Nikos Papandreou GreeceFall
6 October 1995Isayoshi Tawaraya JapanDisappeared
15 May 1995Albrecht Hammann GermanyExposure
18 October 1994Galina Chekanova UkraineFall[121][122][123]
26 September 1994Robert Bähler  SwitzerlandFall
6 October 1993Gary Ball New ZealandAltitude Sickness
11 May 1992Sanda Dumitrescu-Isaila RomaniaDisappeared
11 May 1992Taina Coliban RomaniaDisappeared
2 May 1992Hubert Weinzierl GermanyHeart Failure
31 October 1990Dainius Makauskas LithuaniaDisappeared
29 April 1990Wangel   NepalAvalanche
25 December 1989Scot McGrath United StatesAvalanche
25 December 1989Gregory Barber United StatesAvalanche
25 December 1989Wangchuk Nuru   NepalAvalanche
10 October 1989Francesc (Quico) Dalmases SpainDisappeared
25 September 1989Sarki Kami   NepalAvalanche
25 September 1989Ajiwa   NepalAvalanche
21 September 1986Franz Mülleder AustriaEdema [124]
23 October 1984Jan Simon CzechoslovakiaFall[125]
23 May 1981Mario Serrano ArgentinaCold/Exhaustion
7 October 1980Lynette R. Griffith AustraliaAvalanche
14 May 1979Sherpa Pemba   NepalDisappeared[126]
13 May 1979Jean-Louis Sabarly FranceAvalanche[126]
13 May 1979Eric Poumailloux FranceAvalanche[126]
20 October 1978Katsuyoshi Kogure JapanFall/Exposure
23 September 1978Kiyoshi Kobayashi JapanAvalanche
23 September 1978Yujiro Fukasawa JapanAvalanche
23 September 1978Hiroshi Akuzawa JapanAvalanche
21 April 1978Katsumi Naganuma JapanExhaustion
26 March 1975Yoshitada Numao JapanAvalanche
26 March 1975Tetsu Imura JapanAvalanche
26 March 1975Pasang Kami   NepalAvalanche
26 March 1975Dorje   NepalAvalanche
26 March 1975Dakiya   NepalAvalanche
28 April 1969David Seidman United StatesAvalanche[127]
28 April 1969Ross William United StatesAvalanche[127]
28 April 1969Vincent Hoeman United StatesAvalanche[127]
28 April 1969Paul Gerhard United StatesAvalanche[127]
28 April 1969Boyd Everett United StatesAvalanche[127]
28 April 1969Pemba Phutar   NepalAvalanche[127]
28 April 1969Tenzing   NepalAvalanche[127]
29 April 1959Heinrich Roiss AustriaCold/Exhaustion
26 May 1956Bal Bahadur   NepalAvalanche[128]
30 June 1954Francisco (Paco) Ibanez ArgentinaExposure

Manaslu

Manaslu is the world's eighth highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
28 September 2019Rita Bladyko PolandAltitude sickness[129]
29 September 2018Roman Hlávko Czech RepublicProbably fall[130]
8 September 2018Hiromi Komatsu JapanRescue helicopter crash[131]
25 September 2017 Philip Harvey United KingdomAltitude Sickness[132]
26 October 2016Hirotaka Onodera JapanFall[133]
1 October 2015Zoltan Benedek AustriaProbably altitude sickness[134]
26 September 2014Yoshimasa Sasaki JapanFall[135]
4 October 2012Victor Correa ColombiaUnknown (disappeared)[136]
23 September 2012Dominique Ouimet CanadaAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Gregory Ugo Costa FranceAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Alberto Magliano ItalyAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Catherine Ricard FranceAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Christian Mittermeyer GermanyAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Dawa Dorji Sherpa   NepalAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Fabrice Priez FranceAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Ludovic Challeat FranceAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Marti Roig Gasull SpainAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Phillippe Lucien Bos FranceAvalanche[137]
23 September 2012Rémy Lécluse FranceAvalanche[137][138][139]
11 May 2012Jafar Naseri IranUnknown (disappeared)[140]
12 May 2011Tashi Chhiring   NepalUnknown (disappeared)[141][142]
12 May 2011Bernard Jean Francois Milian FranceUnknown (disappeared)[141][142]
12 May 2011Alain Peirre Marie Laurens FranceUnknown (disappeared)[141][142]
29 April 2011Eisa Mir-Shekari IranAltitude sickness[141]
24 September 2010Nobuaki Kuwabara JapanIllness[141]
24 April 2010Chi-won Yun South KoreaUnknown (disappeared)[141]
24 April 2010Haeng-su Park South KoreaExhaustion[141]
3 October 2009Franc Oderlap SloveniaHit by falling seracs, died in hospital[141]
19 May 2009Levente Szabó HungaryFall[141]
28 April 2009Giuseppe Antonelli ItalyIllness[141]
5 October 2008Daniel Goulevitch FranceAltitude sickness[141]
13 May 2008Hasta Bahadur Gurung   NepalIllness[141]
28 May 2006Susan Erica Fear AustraliaFall in crevasse[141][143]
13 October 2001Isao Kuribara   NepalAltitude sickness, Exhaustion[141]
30 October 1998Hristo Stantchev BulgariaFall[141]
26 October 1998Lenin Granados ColombiaAvalanche[141][144]
9 October 1997Miroslav Rybansky SlovakiaCollapsed[141]
8 October 1997Juraj Kardhordo SlovakiaUnknown (disappeared)[141]
1 October 1996Masatsugu Konishi JapanUnknown (disappeared)[141]
7 May 1995Michael Zunk GermanyFall[141][145]
6 May 1995Jörg Starke GermanyFall[141][145]
22 October 1993Sergei Jadrychnikov RussiaAvalanche[141][145]
21 October 1993Igor Khmiliar RussiaFall[141][145]
3 October 1992Sven Vermeiren BelgiumFall[141]
2 October 1992Sylwia Dmowska PolandFall[141]
10 May 1991Karl Großrubatscher ItalyFall[141]
10 May 1991Gottfried Mutschlechner ItalyLightning[141]
7 September 1990Murat Galiev Soviet UnionFall[141]
7 September 1990Zinur Halitov Soviet UnionFall[141]
7 September 1990Grigory Lunjakov Soviet UnionFall[141]
27 March 1990Nima Wangchuk Sherpa   NepalAvalanche[141]
27 March 1990Charles Schertz United StatesAvalanche[141]
27 March 1990Nancy Jackson United StatesAvalanche[141]
7 May 1989Santiago Suarez SpainFall[141]
28 October 1987Ichigi Kudo JapanFall[141]
4 May 1986Dieter Oberbichler AustriaFall[141]
3 May 1986Wilhelm Klaiber West GermanyUnknown (disappeared)[141]
25 October 1985Nima Norbu Sherpa   NepalAvalanche[141]
4 May 1985Thomas Juen AustriaAvalanche[141]
11 December 1983Stanisław Jaworski PolandFall[146]
24 April 1983Ante Bućan YugoslaviaAvalanche[141]
24 April 1983Nejc Zaplotnik YugoslaviaAvalanche[141]
18 December 1982Takashi Sakuma JapanCold, Exhaustion[141]
10 May 1982Pere Aymerich SpainAvalanche[141]
10 May 1982Enric Font SpainAvalanche[141]
8 October 1979Edgardo Jose Porsellana ArgentinaAvalanche[141]
5 May 1974Teiko Suzuki JapanUnknown (disappeared)[141]
26 April 1972Andi Schlick AustriaUnknown (disappeared)[141]
25 April 1972Franz Jäger AustriaUnknown (disappeared)[141]
10 April 1972Wangel   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Rinsing Ongyal   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Phurba Tenzing   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Pemba Rinji (Nawang Chultim)   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Pasang Nima   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Gyalze   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Ang Tendi (Ang Dawa)   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Ang Rita   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Ang Mingma (b)   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Ang Mingma (a)   NepalAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Kazunari Yasuhisha JapanAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Chang-hee Park South KoreaAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Sae-keon Oh South KoreaAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Joon-haeng Song South KoreaAvalanche[141]
10 April 1972Ho-sup Kim South KoreaAvalanche[141]
4 May 1971Ki-sup Kim South KoreaFall[141]

Nanga Parbat

Nanga Parbat is the world's ninth highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
24 February 2019Daniele Nardi ItalyUnknown[147][148]
24 February 2019Tom Ballard United KingdomUnknown[149][150]
27/28 January 2018Tomasz Mackiewicz PolandAltitude Sickness[151][152]
24 June 2017Alberto Zerain SpainAvalanche[153]
24 June 2017Mariano Galvan ArgentinaAvalanche[153]
22 June 2013Igor Svergun UkraineKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Badawi Kashaev UkraineKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Dmitry Konyaev UkraineKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Rao Jianfeng ChinaKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Yang Chunfeng ChinaKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Honglu Chen China (USA/China dual national)Killed by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Sona Sherpa   NepalKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Ernestas Markšaitis LithuaniaKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Ali Hussain PakistanKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Anton Dobes SlovakiaKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
22 June 2013Peter Sperka SlovakiaKilled by Taliban at Diamir Base Camp[154]
6 February 2013Joel Wischnewski FranceAvalanche[155][156]
11 July 2009Mi-young Go South KoreaFall[157]
10 July 2009Wolfgang Kölblinger AustriaFall[158]
17 July 2008Saman Nemati IranUnknown[158]
15 July 2008Karl Unterkircher ItalyFell into crevasse[158]
28 July 2006Naohiro Ozawa JapanUnknown[158]
22 July 2006José Antonio Delgado VenezuelaExposure[158]
1 July 2004Günter Jung GermanyFall[158]
26 July 1998Hideki Ohmiya JapanFall[158]
30 July 1997Joan Colet SpainFell during descent[158]
20 June 1996Răzvan Petcu RomaniaAvalanche[158]
20 June 1996Gabriel Stana RomaniaAvalanche[158]
24 June 1994Antonio Lopez SpainFall[158]
7 July 1993Chun-moon Ahn South KoreaUnknown[158]
18 August 1990Osami Nakajima JapanFall[158]
3 July 1990Chang-gi Park South KoreaFall into a crevasse[158]
18 July 1989Tetsuya Baba JapanLightning strike[158]
23 June 1989Kwang-ho Kim South KoreaFall[158]
10 July 1985Piotr Kalmus PolandAvalanche[158]
8 December 1984Hiromi Kameda JapanFall[158]
7 July 1984Fuji Tsunoda JapanAvalanche[158]
7 July 1984Shigeoh Hida JapanAvalanche[158]
7 July 1984Nobuyuki Imakyurei JapanAvalanche[158]
7 July 1984Takashi Kogure JapanAvalanche[158]
12 July 1983Nobuyoshi Yamada JapanAvalanche[158]
12 July 1983Yuichiro Takamori JapanAvalanche[158]
12 July 1983Satoshi Iida JapanAvalanche[158]
17 June 1983Kazuo Shimura JapanFall[158]
8 June 1982Peter Hiltbrand  SwitzerlandAltitude sickness[158]
12 June 1982Ali Sheikh PakistanFall[158]
4 June 1982Peter Forrer  SwitzerlandAvalanche[158]
28 April 1982Matloob Hassan Nuri PakistanFall into crevasse[159]
31 July 1977Robert Broughton United StatesAvalanche[158]
31 July 1977George Bogel United StatesAvalanche[158]
26 September 1976Sebastian (Wastl) Arnold AustriaFall[158]
8 July 1971Näbi Mantas Hunza PakistanFall[158]
29 June 1970Günther Messner ItalyAvalanche[158][160]
23 June 1962Siegfried (Sigi) Löw GermanyFall[158]
4 December 1950John W. Thornley United KingdomUnknown[159]
4 December 1950William H. Crace United KingdomUnknown[159]
14 / 15 June 1937Karl Wien Nazi GermanyAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Martin Pfeffer Nazi GermanyAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Peter Müllritter Nazi GermanyAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Günther Hepp Nazi GermanyAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Hans Hartmann Nazi GermanyAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Adolf Göttner Nazi GermanyAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Pert Fankhauser AustriaAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Tigmay India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Pasang Norbu India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Nima Tsering I India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Nima Tsering II India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Mingma Tsering India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Karmi India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Gyalgen Monjo India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Chong Karma India  British RajAvalanche[158]
14 / 15 June 1937Ang Tshering II India  British RajAvalanche[158]
17 July 1934Willy Merkl Nazi GermanyUnknown[158]
17 July 1934Sherpa Gyali India  British RajUnknown[158]
12 July 1934Wilhelm Welzenbach Nazi GermanyExposure[158]
10 July 1934Sherpa Dakshi India  British RajUnknown[158]
10 July 1934Dorje Nima India  British RajExposure[158]
10 July 1934Nima Tashi India  British RajExposure[158]
10 July 1934Pinju Norbu India  British RajExposure[158]
9 July 1934Nima Nurbu India  British RajUnknown[158]
9 July 1934Ulrich Wieland Nazi GermanyUnknown[158]
8 June 1934Alfred Drexel Nazi GermanyPneumonia[158][159]
24 August 1895Albert F. Mummery United KingdomAvalanche[158]
24 August 1895Ragobir Thapa Ghurka   NepalAvalanche[158]
24 August 1895Goman Singh Ghurka   NepalAvalanche[158]

Annapurna I

Annapurna I is the world's 10th highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
3 May 2019Wui Kin Chin MalaysiaHypothermia/Frostbite[161]
24 March 2015Samuli Mansikka FinlandFall[162]
24 March 2015Pemba Sherpa   NepalFall[162]
7 October 2012Ivan Lobanov UzbekistanAvalanche[163]
7 October 2012Iljas Tukhvatullin UzbekistanAvalanche[163]
5 May 2012Tibor Horváth HungaryAvalanche[164]
18 October 2011Young-seok Park South KoreaUnknown[79][165][166]
18 October 2011Dong-min Shin South KoreaUnknown[79][165][166]
18 October 2011Ki-seok Kang South KoreaUnknown[79][165][166]
29 April 2010Tolo Calafat SpainUnknown[167][168]
April 2009Martin Minařík Czech RepublicFell into Crevasse[169]
23 May 2008Iñaki Ochoa de Olza SpainHACE[170]
22 April 2007Udhav Prasad Khanal   NepalUnknown[171]
22 October 2006Lhakpa Rita II   NepalAvalanche[172]
18 May 2005Christian Kuntner ItalyAvalanche[173]
10 October 2004Hideji Nazuka JapanAvalanche[174]
10 October 2004Michio Sato JapanAvalanche[174]
29 April 1999Hyun-ok Ji South KoreaUnknown[175]
29 April 1999Dorje Kami   NepalUnknown[171]
26 April 1998Ang Tshering   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
25 December 1997Anatoli Boukreev KazakhstanAvalanche[171][176]
25 December 1997Dmitri Sobolev KazakhstanAvalanche[171][176]
23 March 1997Ngati   NepalFall[171][176]
11 October 1992Pierre Béghin FranceFall[176][177]
20 October 1991Gabriel Denamur BelgiumUnknown[171][176]
19 September 1991Seog-jee Lee South KoreaAvalanche[176]
19 September 1991Song-gu Lee South KoreaAvalanche[176]
19 September 1991Sange Dawa   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
19 September 1991Tendi Lhakpa   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
19 September 1991Jangbu Nurbu   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
19 September 1991Tenzing   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
28 October 1989Milan Metkov BulgariaUnknown[171]
28 October 1989Ognian Stoykov BulgariaUnknown[171]
18 October 1988Ramiro Navarrete EcuadorFall[178]
1 October 1988Jiri Pelikan CzechoslovakiaFall on descent[171]
29 September 1988Akihiro Mori JapanAvalanche[176]
29 September 1988Ang Dawa JapanAvalanche[171][176]
20 December 1987Toshiyuki Kobayashi JapanFall[171]
20 December 1987Yasuhira Saito JapanFall[171]
24 May 1987Andres Ferrer SpainFall[171]
23 September 1986Benoit Grison FranceFall[171]
7 December 1984Pasang Norbu   NepalUnknown[171]
7 December 1984Keepa   NepalUnknown[171]
21 April 1984Philippe Dumas FranceAvalanche[171]
21 April 1984Patrick Taglianut FranceAvalanche[171]
24 September 1983Yang-kun Chung South KoreaAvalanche[176]
24 September 1983Magar Maila   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
24 September 1983Rama Magar Tika   NepalAvalanche[171][176]
18 October 1982Susumu Akimatsu JapanAvalanche[171]
18 October 1982Miko Ono JapanAvalanche[171]
17 October 1982Alex MacIntyre United KingdomRock fall[171][177]
12 May 1982Rai Shanti   NepalFall[171]
4 May 1982Werner Bürkli  SwitzerlandHeart attack[171]
31 October 1981Yasuji Kato JapanFall[171]
28 September 1981Andre Durieux FranceAvalanche[171]
28 September 1981Yves Favre FranceAvalanche[171]
27 September 1981Ang Nima   NepalAvalanche[171]
27 September 1981Pemba Tshering   NepalAvalanche[171]
19 September 1979Eric Roberts United KingdomAvalanche[171]
19 September 1979Maynard Cohick United StatesAvalanche[171]
19 September 1979Gil Harder United StatesAvalanche[171]
1 May 1979Yves Morin FranceExhaustion[171]
17 October 1978Alison Chadwick-Onyszkiewicz United KingdomFall[179]
17 October 1978Vera Watson United StatesFall[179]
16 April 1975Franz Tegischer AustriaAvalanche[171]
26 September 1973Leo Cerruti ItalyAvalanche[171]
26 September 1973Miller Rava ItalyAvalanche[171]
18 May 1973Tadashi Ushigoe JapanAvalanche[171]
18 May 1973Sadatoshi Takahashi JapanAvalanche[171]
18 May 1973Masanori Hama JapanAvalanche[171]
18 May 1973Kazumi Katagiri JapanAvalanche[171]
18 May 1973Rinje   NepalAvalanche[171]
30 May 1970Ian Clough United KingdomSerac fall[171]

Gasherbrum I

Gasherbrum I, also known as Hidden Peak or K5, is the world's 11th highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
9 August 2013Zdenek Hruby Czech RepublicFall[180]
22 July 2013Xevi Gómez SpainDisappeared[181]
22 July 2013Álvaro Paredes SpainDisappeared[181]
22 July 2013Abel Alonso SpainDisappeared[181]
7 July 2013Artur Hajzer PolandFall[182][183]
9 March 2012Gerfried Göschl AustriaDisappeared[184]
9 March 2012Cedric Hählen  SwitzerlandDisappeared[184]
9 March 2012Nissar Hussain PakistanDisappeared[184]
18 June 2008Jean-Noel Urban FranceFall into crevasse[185][186][187]
29 July 2007Jiri Danek Czech RepublicFall[186][187][188]
5 August 2005Dawa Nurbu II   NepalFall[186][187]
25 July 2004Jose Antonio Anton SpainFall[186][187]
7 September 2003Mohammad Oraz IranAvalanche caused injuries, died in hospital[186][187][189]
15 July 2003Vladimir Pestrikov UkraineStone fall[186][186][187]
5 July 2003Jose Manuel Buenaga SpainDisappeared[186][187]
5 July 2003Nancy Silvestrini ArgentinaDisappeared[186][187]
9 July 2001Claudio Gálvez Santibañez ChileFall, after successfully summiting[186][187][190][191]
1 August 1998Yoshiumi Hayoshida JapanAvalanche[186][187]
1 August 1998Kasunori Kutama JapanAvalanche[186][187]
1 August 1998Kasutoshi Naito JapanAvalanche[186][187]
1 August 1998Takashi Watanabe JapanAvalanche[186][187]
17 July 1996Manuel Alvarez SpainFall (between Camp III and Camp II)[186][187]
30 May 1993Paolo Bernascone ItalySlab avalanche (below Camp I)[186][187]
19 August 1990Josep Granyo SpainDisappeared[186][187]
19 August 1990Albert Ibanez SpainDisappeared[186][187]
12 July 1989Dorje Tsindi   NepalFall[186][187]
25 June 1988Jorge Luis Brito MexicoPulmonary edema[186][187]
29 July 1987Mohsin Ali PakistanAvalanche
29 July 1987Fakhar-ul-Islam PakistanAvalanche
29 July 1987Fayyaz Hussain PakistanAvalanche
29 July 1987Khalid Khan PakistanAvalanche[186][187]
18 August 1986Andreas Bührer  SwitzerlandFall[186][187]
31 May 1986Muhammad Ali Ghulam PakistanPneumonia[186][187]
9–10 June 1977Drago Bregar YugoslaviaDisappeared[16][186][187]

Broad Peak

Broad Peak is the world's 12th highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
July 2015Qamber Ali Jangjupa PakistanAvalanche[192]
23 July 2013Aidin Bozorgi IranDisappeared[193]
23 July 2013Mojtaba Jarrahi IranDisappeared[193]
23 July 2013Pouya Keivan IranDisappeared[193]
8 July 2013Dana Heide GermanySlipped into a glacial stream near base camp[194]
6 March 2013Maciej Berbeka PolandDisappeared[195]
6 March 2013Tomasz Kowalski PolandPresumably exhaustion[195]
31 July 2012Muhammad Baqir PakistanFall[196]
31 July 2012Zuzana Hofmannová Czech RepublicDisappeared
25 July 2011Jeffrey Wai Hung Chung Hong KongFall in crevasse

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18 July 2009Cristina Castagna ItalyFall
30 June 2008Vlado Plulik SlovakiaDisappeared[203]
8 July 2006Markus Kronthaler AustriaExhaustion
11 July 1999Seung-Kwon Hur South KoreaDisappeared[203]
29 July 1998Pascale Bessieres FranceDisappeared[203]
29 July 1998Eric Escoffier FranceDisappeared[203]
16 July 1997Jeffrey Ian Bubb United StatesAvalanche[203]
16 July 1997Fukuzo Yokotagawa JapanAvalanche[203]
20 July 1996Dong-keun Han South KoreaDied on descent due to bad weather[203]
20 July 1996Jae-mo Yang South KoreaDied on descent due to bad weather[203]
20 July 1996Sun-taek Lim South KoreaDied on descent due to bad weather[203]
12 July 1995Hyun-jae Park South KoreaFall[203]
22 June 1994Alexej Himer Czech RepublicFall[203]
11 June 1994Bohuslav Bilek Czech RepublicPulmonary edema[203]
24 July 1990Kurt Lyncke-Krüger West GermanyFall[203]
20 August 1988Yong-il Jang South KoreaAvalanche[203]
22 August 1986Liam Scott Elliott United KingdomFell[203]
18 August 1985Barbara Kozłowska PolandDrowned in a glacier stream above BC[203]
16 May 1985Hans Frick CanadaAvalanche[203]
29 June 1983Peter Thexton United KingdomPulmonary edema[203]
5 August 1981Enric Pujol SpainFall[203]
29 July 1975Andrzej Sikorski PolandFall[203]
29 July 1975Marek Kęsicki PolandFall[203]
28 July 1975Bohdan Nowaczyk PolandFall[203]

Gasherbrum II

Gasherbrum II, also known as K4, is the world's 13th highest mountain.

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DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
25 July 2015Aleksander Ostrowski PolandAvalanche[204]
22 July 2011Leila Esfandyari IranFall While Return[205]
21 July 2009Luis María Barbero SpainDisappeared[206][207]
18 July 2007Ernst-Robert Zauner GermanyAvalanche[188][207]
18 July 2007Arne Heckele GermanyAvalanche[188][207]
3 July 2007Ulrike Gschwandtner AustriaPossibly Heart Failure[208]
20 July 2001Jean-François Bassine BelgiumFall[206][207]
28 July 2000Felix Iñurrategui SpainFall[207][209]
13 July 1989Antton Ibarguren SpainFall[206][207]
9 July 1988Gary Silver United StatesIllness[206][207]
6 July 1988Michel Basson FrancePulmonary Edema[206][207]
25 June 1988Henri Albet FranceFall on snowboard[206][207]
29 June 1987Jean-Pierre Hefti  SwitzerlandFall[206][207]
12 July 1986Carlos Rabago SpainIllness[206][207]
11 July 1985Pierre Bouygues FranceIllness[206][207]
24 June 1985Toru Nakano JapanFall[206][207]
mid July 1982Norbert Wolf AustriaCold[206][207]
mid July 1982Gerhard Gruner West GermanyDisappeared[206][207]
2 July 1982Glenn Brindeiro United StatesAvalanche[206][207]
1 June 1976Osamu Matsuura JapanExhaustion[206][207]
27 May 1976Yoshinori Hiramatsu JapanFall[206][207]
27 May 1976Taketoshi Miyamoto JapanFall[206][207]
late June 1975Bernard Villaret FranceCold, exhaustion[206][207]

Shishapangma

Shishapangma, also called Gosainthān, is the world's 14th highest mountain. Updated and complete through 2014.

DateNameNationalityCause of deathReferences
3 May 2018Boyan Petrov BulgariaDisappearance[210]
30 Sept 2016Pemba Sherpa (Taplejung 8)   NepalAvalanche[211]
24 April 2016Patrik Matiolli  SwitzerlandFall in crevasse[212]
24 April 2016Jon Johnston AustraliaFall in crevasse[212]
24 September 2014Sebastian Haag GermanyAvalanche[213]
24 September 2014Andrea Zambaldi ItalyAvalanche[214]
11 May 2013Unknown GermanyHAPE[215]
15 October 2009Roby Piantoni ItalyFall[216][217]
24 April 2007Marek Hudák SlovakiaDisappearance[216][218]
31 October 2006Bruno Carvalho PortugalFall[216][219]
3 October 2005Stanislav Krylov RussiaDisappearance[216][219]
28 September 2005Martin Oczko Czech RepublicAltitude sickness[216][219]
5 October 1999Alex Lowe United StatesAvalanche[216][219]
5 October 1999David Bridges United StatesAvalanche[216][219]
21 May 1998Andreino Pasini ItalyIllness[216][219]
5 October 1996Viktor Pastukh UkraineAvalanche[216][219]
5 October 1996Gennadi Vasilenko UkraineAvalanche[216][219]
19 May 1996 or May 1997Ming-Tse Kuo TaiwanFall[216][219] Discrepancy regarding the year of death between different sources
1 May 1996Stefan Sluka SlovakiaDisappeared on descent[216][219]
1 October 1994Zdenek Slachta Czech RepublicAvalanche[216][219]
18 September 1994Tod Gassen United StatesFall in crevasse[216][219]
29 September 1993Bueoung-tae Park South KoreaFall[216][219]
20 September 1991Hidekazu Gomi JapanAvalanche[216][219]
20 September 1991Tetsuichi Miyashita JapanAvalanche[216][219]
22 May 1991Werner Braun GermanyDisappearance (probably avalanche)[216][219]
22 May 1991Werner Meichsner GermanyDisappearance (probably avalanche)[216][219]
22 May 1991Günther Semmler GermanyDisappearance (probably avalanche)[216][219]
22 May 1991Karl-Heinz Thiele GermanyDisappearance (probably avalanche)[216][219]
15 October 1990Joan Martinez SpainExposure[216][219]
4 October 1989Luca Leonardi  SwitzerlandAvalanche[216][219]
28 April 1983Fritz Luchsinger  SwitzerlandAltitude sickness[216][219]

Deaths per mountain

Mountain Number of deaths
Everest 305
K2 86
Nanga Parbat 85
Manaslu 84
Dhaulagiri I 82
Annapurna I 73
Kangchenjunga 58
Cho Oyu 52
Makalu 40
Gasherbrum I 34
Broad Peak 34
Shishapangma 31
Lhotse 31
Gasherbrum II 23
TOTAL 1,018

See also

Bibliography

  • Liam Neeson, Lhakpa Dorji, and Dorje Sherpa (1998). Everest (Documentary Film). Nepal, Colorado: Arcturus Motion Pictures, MacGillivray Freeman Films, Polartec.

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