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????, ??????-??????, Xan-Teñiri; Uyghur: ????????, ????????, Xantengri; Simplified Chinese: ?????; Traditional Chinese: ?????; Pinyin: Hànténggél? F?ng, Xiao'erjing: ??? ??? ?? ?? ???) is a mountain of the Tian Shan Mountains.
Kyrgyz: ???-??????, ??????-??????, Xan-Teñiri; Uyghur: ?????, ????????, Xantengri; Simple Chinese: Hànténggél?; Pinyin: ??? F?ng, Xiao'erjing: ??? ??? ?? ?? ???) is a mountain of the Tian Shan Mountains. This is why it is regarded by mountaineers, also for the Soviet Snow Leopard allocation criterions, as a 7,000-meter summit.
Khan Tengri" means "royal heaven" in Kazakh and possibly refers to the god Tengri. It is known in some other native tongues as Khan Tangiri Shyngy, Kan-Too Chokusu, Pik Khan-Tengry and Hantengri Feng. The Khan Tengri is the second highest mountain in the Tian Shan, which is only exceeded by Jengish Chokusu (formerly known as Pobeda Peak) (7,439 m).
The Khan Tengri is the highest point of Kazakhstan and the third highest summit of Kyrgyzstan after Jengish Chokusu (7,439 m) and Avicenna (.134 m). It' also the northernmost 7,000 metre summit in the word, mainly because of the short climbseason, the generally poorer climate and the thin climate.
The Khan Tengri is a solid pyramidal structure of marbles coated with white and icy soils. When the sun sets, the stone shines bright enough to give it the Kazakh/Kyrgyz name ??????-??? (Blood Mountain). Khan Tengri, 16 km from Jengish Chokusu, was the highest summit of Tian Shan due to its dramatically precipitous form, in comparison to the vast majority of Jengish Chokusu.
While Jengish Chokusu probably stems from the presence of Khan Tengri in the South Kazakhstan plain, he is still in the civilisation perspective. The Khan Tengri is the highest summit in the jagged Tengri Day area, also known as Mustag, which also includes Chapayev and Gorky Peaks (6371 and 6050 m).
Anatoly Boukreev thought Khan Tengri was perhaps the most magnificent summit in the whole wide open because of its geometrical burrs and symmetrical shape. Though almost 430 metres lower than its neighbour, Khan Tengri was regarded as the highest mountain top until 1943, when the Jengish Chokusu was measured and found to be higher.
In 1931 the first climb of the summit was made by the Ukranian Mikhail Pogrebetsky crew on a southern side (Kyrgyz side), then along the western part. In 1964 M. Kuzmin's crew made the first climb from the northern (Kazakhstan). The Khan Tengri is one of five summits a Sovietian climber had to climb to receive the renowned Snow Leopard Awards.
and the summit will appear on the Kyrgyz 100 as bill. More than a decade of climbers were murdered in 2004 in a major snow slide on the Pogrebetsky mountain trail, the most beloved one. "```Khan Tengri``.