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What are the various parts of the Himalayas called?
Answer 1:

The different peaks of the Himalayas are:

EVEREST
Elevation: 8,850 m or 29,035 ft
K2
Elevation: 8,611 m or 28,251 ft
KANGHENJUNGA
Elevation: 8,586 m or 28,169 ft
LHOTSE
Elevation: 8,501 m or 27,939 ft
MAKALU
Elevation: 8,462 m or 27,765 ft
CHO OYU
Elevation: 8,201 m or 26,906 ft
DHAULAGIRI
Elevation: 8,167 m or 26,764 ft
MANASLU
Elevation: 8,163 m or 26,758 ft
NANGA PARBAT
Elevation: 8,126 m or 26,658 ft
ANNAPURNA
Elevation: 8,091 m or 26,545 ft
GASHERBRUM I
Elevation: 8,068 m or 26,470 ft
BROAD PEAK
Elevation: 8,047 m or 26,400 ft
GASHERBRUM II
Elevation: 8,035 m or 26,360 ft
SHISHAPANGMA
Elevation: 8,027 m or 26,289 ft
GYACHUNG KANG
Elevation: 7,922 m or 26,089 ft
NANDA DEVI
Elevation: 7,817 m or 25,645 ft
KABRU
Elevation: 7,338 m or 24,258 ft
PUMORI
Elevation: 7,161 m or 23,494 ft


You can find good information in the next Webb sites:
http://www.travel-himalayas.com/himalayan-mountains-peaks/

and

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himalayas


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