Mt. Kangguru is one of the first mountains, which can be seen on the Jiri- Everest BC-trek. Its ridges are very steep and razor-sharp. It is the most difficult trekking peak in the Everest region. Serious climbing skills are needed for this mountain. One glance is sufficient to know that this is a very serious climb. Kangguru repelled four attempts before a Japanese party made the first ascent. A number of different routes have subsequently been made, among them the East -face. None of these could be considered easy.
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