Meru Peak (6,660 m)

Meru Peak is a mountain which lies in the Gharwal Himalayas, in the Uttarakhand region of India. It lies between Thalay Sagar and Shivling, and has some highly challenging routes. It is 6,660 metres (21,850 ft) high. It was the site of the worlds highest BASE Jump from Earth, by Glenn Singleman and Heather Swan from a height of 6,604 metres (21,667 ft) in June 2006 but has since been surpassed by Valery Rozov 2013 jump from Everest North Face.The mountain has three peaks: southern (6660m), central (6310m) and northern (6450m). The two higher peaks were climbed earlier than the harder central peak, which was first climbed in a 2001 solo ascent by Valery Babanov,[4] and for a second and third time in 2006

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Peak Facts

Elevation:
6,660 m / 21,850 ft
Latitude:
30.868056
Longitude:
79.032222

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