Cho Oyu

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Cho O·yu

 (chō′ ō-yo͞o′)
A peak, 8,188 m (26,864 ft) high, of the central Himalaya Mountains on the Nepal-China border.
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He will begin his final attempt in September with plans to climb the remaining three peaks Mt Manaslu, Mt Cho Oyu and Mt Sishapangma by this November.
Urubko has climbed all the 14 8,000-ers in the world without supplementary oxygen through new routes, including Broad Peak, Manaslu, Cho Oyu, Lhotse and now G-2.
Before climbing Everest, I'd have to take mountaineering courses in the United States, an expedition to another 8,000-metre peak such as Cho Oyu and months off from full-time work.
Ghosh, 52, a resident of Kolkata, had last year successfully ascended Mount Cho Oyu, the sixth highest mountain in the world on the China-Nepal border, 20 kilometres west of Mount Everest.
On May 13, 2018 he climbed the sixth peak over 8000m- Cho Oyu (8188 m), which was also his first solo ascent without using supplemental oxygen.
I also plan on climbing the sixth highest mountain in the world, Cho Oyu, (8,188m), in Tibet next spring."
She was the first American woman to summit the 8,000-meter Gasherbrum II, in Pakistan, in 1994 -- which Fox once said in an interview with Rock and Ice was her greatest accomplishment -- and then Cho Oyu in 1995.
According to ( reports at the time, Rozov spent more than two years preparing for the jump. It took Rozov four days to climb from the base camp to the jumping location. Three years later, he broke his own record by jumping from a height of 25,262 feet on Mount Cho Oyu, also in the Himalayas.
Miura: There is an 8,201-meter mountain named Cho Oyu, the world's sixth-highest summit, on the border between China and Nepal.
I will fit my Cho Oyu skis with dedicated skins and TLT Speed Radical bindings.