It's totally worth no one ever finding your remains.
This is Muchu Chhish, and it does not want to be climbed. Trying to get settled in at base camp? Enjoy the stampeding yaks. There are snow leopards and ibex nearby too, and they don't like people. It's also quite prone to falling rocks and avalanches -- for tenderizing you before you get eaten. You will get eaten.
There's also Karjiang on the Tibet border, which seemingly has a couple of summits, none of which are particularly accessible (by mountain standards, at least), and none of which have successfully been climbed to the tippy-top. Joe Puryear, who wasn't some schmuck with a decent Sherpa, was the last guy to even attempt to climb it was in 2010, and he died trying.
Abandon all hope and oxygen.
Then, we've got Gangkhar Puensum in peaceful Bhutan, the world's tallest un-summited peak. This is a mountain so nasty that, despite being the 40th-highest overall peak, has never been conquered. Part of that has to do with the fact that the Bhutanese government has had to slap a ban on trying to climb it. They claim it's out of respect for local spiritual beliefs, but according to the chairperson of the Everest Foundation, "They just looked at what was going on in Nepal with Everest and decided that they're not going to be part of that." Gangkhar is too remote and too dangerous, and Bhutan would prefer to remain unknown rather than be known as the place where extreme sports dudebros go to die.
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