Kula Kangri sits on the border of Bhutan and Tibet, China, which causes a bit of debate as to whether or not it is the highest mountain in Bhutan or if the peak can be claimed by Tibet.
Its closest major neighboring peaks are Chura Kang to the southeast and Chomolhari Kang to the southwest.
Countries: China, Bhutan
Mountain Range: Kula Kangri Himalaya
Elevation: 24,731 feet / 7,538 meters
First Ascent: 1986 by a Japanese/Chinese expedition team
Fun Fact: Kula Kangri is the 45th highest mountain in the world.