Khan Tengri


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Khan Ten•gri

(ˈkɑn ˈtɛŋ gri, ˈxɑn)
n.
a mountain in the Tien Shan range, on the boundary between Kirghizia and China. 22,949 ft. (6995 m). Also called Tengri Khan.
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There are some glaciers: Khan Tengri, and the Victory Peak in front of it.
Mackiewicz then summited Khan Tengri (7,010 metres) in Kazakhstan on his own, before reuniting with Klonowski to take a stab at Nanga Parbat.
The highest point of the range is Pobeda Peak ('Jengish Chokusu') at 7,439m which lies on the Kyrgyz/China border, followed by the beautifully triangular Khan Tengri, 6,995m, on the Kyrgyz/Kazakh border.
According to the company, Sonkin will remain as chairman of the board of Tele2's JV operation in Kazakhstan, Khan Tengri Holding B.V, and board member of Mobile Telecoms-Service LLP.
"In 2015, we'll build Khan Tengri Complex which aims to preserve snow leopards.
Brady in full flow oliver Brady is back among the winners and his Khan tengri, under Adrian Heskin, was not the only 'summer horse' to win on a day when the word 'good' appeared in a going description in ireland for the first time in a long while.
Among the itineraries are the eight-day Congo Gorilla Safari; the 15-day Kenya and Tanzania; the 16-day Khan Tengri and the Majestic Tian Shan Mountain Range with Rob Smurr; the 15-day Camels, Mountains, and Villages: Trekking in the Pamir Mountains; the 13-day Finland, Russia & Estonia Cultural Tour with Rob Smurr; the 11-day Camino de Santiago with Erik Perez; the 10-day Jewels of Columbia; the 11-day Colca Canyon & Machu Picchu; the eight-day Canadian Rockies Heli-Hiking; the 12-day Explore the Newest Country: Timor-Leste; and the 10-day New Zealand-Southern Beauty.
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Odds-on backers had their fingers burnt when Khan Tengri was beaten at Wolverhampton last time but compensation awaits at Kempton.
In other parts of the world, he has succeeded with a team making the first British ascents of Khan Tengri (6995m) in Kazakhstan.
He reminded the Russian citizen was injured during climbing the Khan Tengri peak at the height of 5,600 meters, he was descended by other climbers 400 m below.