Kanchenjunga (Kinchinjunga or Kanchanjanga) Third-highest mountain in the world, in the e Himalayas. It was first climbed in 1955 by a British expedition led by Charles Evans. The highest of its five peaks reaches 8586m (28,169ft).
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