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Statistics About The Most Dangerous Hike In The World

The most dangerous hike in the world, Mount Hua in China, has claimed the lives of many hikers due to its treacherous trails and high altitudes.

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"There are around 100 accidents reported each year on Mount Hua Shan Trail in China."

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"About 30 deaths occur every season on El Caminito del Rey, Spain."

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"60% of the accidents on the Angels Landing hike in the United States result in fatalities."

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"The average time to finish Bright Angel Trail in Grand Canyon is 6-9 hours."

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"Over 200 people have died on Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, since 1851."

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"Only two-thirds of the people who attempt the Pacific Crest Trail each year complete it."

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"Approximately 55% of all Mount Everest deaths occur in the "death zone" above 26,247 feet."

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"It's estimated that one person dies for every 10 successful ascents of K2 Trail."

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"The Cascade Saddle route in New Zealand has claimed many lives, with 12 people dying on the track between 1996 and 2012."

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"The overall fatality rate for the Matterhorn is about 1 death for every 25 successful ascents."

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"Annapurna Circuit in Nepal has a fatality rate of 38%, the highest among all the mountains over 8000m."

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"The Maroon Bells South Ridge in Colorado has claimed five lives between 2000 and 2013."

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"Approximately 15 people died trying to complete Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea between 2001 and 2008."

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"Approximately 1 in every 25 climbers died on the Eiger."

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"The total death rate on Longs Peak in the USA is roughly 2 deaths per year."

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"Only one in every four people make it to the top of Aconcagua, the highest mountain outside of Asia."

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"Approximately 30% of the hikers who try to go up Huayna Picchu, Peru return due to the difficulty level."

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"Mont Blanc in France claims about 30 lives annually."

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"Between 1980 and 2018, at least 42 people died attempting to descend from the summit of Mount Washington, USA."

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"About 10% of hikers trying to conquer Devil's Path In The Catskill Mountains bail out before completing the hike."

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