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Cho Oyu Best Photos - Cho Oyu and Gyachung Kang photos from Gokyo, Gokyo Ri, Tingri, Chinese Base Camp and Intermediate Camp, Kongma La, Pang La in Tibet, Kathmandu Mountain flight, and Nasa satellite photos.

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01 Gokyo 3 1 Cho Oyu At Sunrise Close Up From Gokyo The sun slowly descends the south face of Cho Oyu (8201m), the sixth highest mountain in the world, at sunrise from Gokyo, turning the colour of the face from a golden yellow to extremely bright white within a few minutes.

01 Gokyo 3 1 Cho Oyu At Sunrise Close Up From Gokyo

02 Gokyo 3 2 Cho Oyu Just After Sunrise Close Up From Gokyo The south face of Cho Oyu (8201m) becomes a glaring white just after sunrise from Gokyo.

02 Gokyo 3 2 Cho Oyu Just After Sunrise Close Up From Gokyo

03 Gokyo 3 7 Cho Oyu Late Afternoon From Above Gokyo Cho Oyu (8201m) close up in late afternoon from above Gokyo.

03 Gokyo 3 7 Cho Oyu Late Afternoon From Above Gokyo

04 Cho Oyu Close Up From Kongma La Cho Oyu (8201m) close up, seen from the top of the Kongma La between Lobuche and Dingboche.

04 Cho Oyu Close Up From Kongma La

05 Gokyo 5 Scoundrels View 3 Cho Oyu Ridge To Gyachung Kang From Fourth Lake Cho Oyu (8201m) and Gyachung Kang (7952m) glistened white from Knobby View beyond Gokyo

05 Gokyo 5 Scoundrels View 3 Cho Oyu Ridge To Gyachung Kang From Fourth Lake

06 Gokyo 3 5 Gyachung Kang Close Up From Near Gokyo Gyachung Kang (7952m) shines bright white in the late morning sun from the terminal moraine of the Nguzumpa Glacier from beyond Gokyo.

06 Gokyo 3 5 Gyachung Kang Close Up From Near Gokyo

07 Gokyo 5 Scoundrels View 6 Gyachung Kang Close Up Gyachung Kang (7952m) close up from Scoundrelís View north of Gokyo. The little known Gyachung Kang (7952m), just 48m short of the magic 8000m mark, is the 15th highest mountain in the world. The mountain was first climbed on April 10, 1964 by Japanese climbers Yukihiko Kato, Kiyoto Sakaizawa and Pasang Phutar Sherpa. The first ascent of the North Face of Gyachung Kang (7952m) was done in pure alpine style with Slovenians Tomaz Jakofcic and Peter Meznar reaching the summit on October 31, 1999, and Andrej Stremfelj, Marko Car, Marko Prezelj, Matic Jost on the next day.

07 Gokyo 5 Scoundrels View 6 Gyachung Kang Close Up

08 Gokyo Ri 03-2 Cho Oyu Summit Area Close Up From Gokyo Ri Before Sunset Cho Oyu (8201m) close up of the summit area in the late afternoon from Gokyo Ri.

08 Gokyo Ri 03-2 Cho Oyu Summit Area Close Up From Gokyo Ri Before Sunset

09 Gokyo Ri 03-3 Cho Oyu Summit Area Close Up From Gokyo Ri At Sunset Cho Oyu (8201m) close up of the summit area at sunset from Gokyo Ri.

09 Gokyo Ri 03-3 Cho Oyu Summit Area Close Up From Gokyo Ri At Sunset

10 Gokyo Ri 08-1 Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Cholatse, Tawache From Gokyo Ri Sunset Ends The last rays of the sun highlight Mount Everest and Lhotse, while a warm glow surrounds Nuptse, Makalu, Cholatse, and Taweche. The Nguzumpa Glacier is in shadow below.

10 Gokyo Ri 08-1 Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Makalu, Cholatse, Tawache From Gokyo Ri Sunset Ends

05 Cho Oyu Close Up At Sunrise From Across Tingri Plain Cho Oyu (8201m), the sixth highest mountain in the world, close up from Tingri at sunrise.

05 Cho Oyu Close Up At Sunrise From Across Tingri Plain

09 Cho Oyu, Nangpai Gosum I, Nangpa La, Jobo Rabzang Early Morning From Across Tingri Plain The view across the plains from Tingri include Cho Oyu (8201m), the pointed peak Nangpai Gosum I (7351m, also called Pasang Lhamu Chuli, Josamba and Cho Aui), the Nangpa La pass between Tibet and Nepal, and Jobo Rabzang (6666m) on the right.

09 Cho Oyu, Nangpai Gosum I, Nangpa La, Jobo Rabzang Early Morning From Across Tingri Plain

03 Cho Oyu Late Afternoon From Chinese Base Camp Cho Oyu (8201m) is very impressive from Cho Oyu Chinese Base Camp (4908m) in the late afternoon light.

03 Cho Oyu Late Afternoon From Chinese Base Camp

07 Cho Oyu Late Afternoon From Chinese Base Camp The light on Cho Oyu is starting to change from white to golden yellow just before the start of sunset from Chinese Base Camp.

07 Cho Oyu Late Afternoon From Chinese Base Camp

09 Cho Oyu At Sunset From Chinese Base Camp Cho Oyu (8201m) is particularly beautiful at sunset seen from Chinese Base Camp (4908m).

09 Cho Oyu At Sunset From Chinese Base Camp

20 Jerome Ryan At Cho Oyu Intermediate Camp Early Morning With Cho Oyu And Nangpa La Behind Jerome Ryan poses in front of Cho Oyu (8201m) from Intermediate Camp (5434m). The Nangpa La is on the right.

20 Jerome Ryan At Cho Oyu Intermediate Camp Early Morning With Cho Oyu And Nangpa La Behind

22 Jobo Rabzang Early Morning Just Before Cho Oyu Intermediate Camp Jobo Rabzang (6666m) is spectacular from Cho Oyu Intermediate Camp (5434m).

22 Jobo Rabzang Early Morning Just Before Cho Oyu Intermediate Camp

12 Gyachung Kang To Cho Oyu From Pang La Gyachung Kang (7952m) and Cho Oyu (8201m) close up from the Pang La (5250m) pass on the way to Everest North Face in Tibet.

12 Gyachung Kang To Cho Oyu From Pang La

13 Kathmandu Mountain Flight 07-4 Cho Oyu Above Numbur and Khatang With Nangpa La and Nangpai Gosum I Cho Oyu (8201m) dominates the view from the Kathmandu Mountain Flight as the plane leaves the Rolwaling area. The closest mountain is Numbur (6959m) on the left connected by a ridge to Khatang (6853m) on the right. The Nangpa La pass between Tibet and Nepal is in the upper left, and the pointed peak to the left of Cho Oyu is Nangpai Gosum I (7351m, also called Cho Aui or Pasang Lhamu Chuli).

13 Kathmandu Mountain Flight 07-4 Cho Oyu Above Numbur and Khatang With Nangpa La and Nangpai Gosum I

14 Kathmandu Mountain Flight 07-6 Cho Oyu To Gyanchung Kang With Gokyo Valley And Ngozumpa Glacier 1997 A long ice ridge connects Nangpai Gosum I (7351m) to Cho Oyu (8201m) to the little known Gyachung Kang (7952m), the 15th highest mountain in the world. The Gokyo Valley snakes up to the Ngozumpa Glacier, the largest in Nepal. This image is from my first Kathmandu Mountain flight in 1997.

14 Kathmandu Mountain Flight 07-6 Cho Oyu To Gyanchung Kang With Gokyo Valley And Ngozumpa Glacier 1997

15 Nasa ISS006-E-13664 Gauri Shankar, Menlungtse, Cho Oyu To Gyachung Kang With Labels Nasa has taken some excellent mountain photos over the years. This view spans Gauri Shankar, Menlungtse, Rongshar Valley, Labuche Kang, Tashi Lapcha pass, Gokyo, Cho Oyu (8201m), Gyachung Kang (7952m), Cho La.

15 Nasa ISS006-E-13664 Gauri Shankar, Menlungtse, Cho Oyu To Gyachung Kang With Labels