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Kholat Syakhl
Location relative to European Russia
Kholat Syakhl (Sverdlovsk Oblast)
Kholat Syakhl (European Russia)
Highest point
Elevation1,096.7 m (3,598 ft)
Naming
Native nameХолатчахль(Russian)
English translationMountain of Death
Geography
LocationKomi Republic and Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia
Parent rangeUral Mountains
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Kholat is a game about walking in the snow for long periods of time, trying to find out where you are and how you can get to a new location where a valuable bit of new story might be found. The first 15 of Kholat on mostly max settings in 1080p 60fps. Visit us at Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscriptioncenter?addus. SHN Rating for Kholat ★★★★★ Kholat is a FPP horror experience set in a mysterious open world and is based on the motives of a true story known as The Dyatlov. Kholat is an adventure horror game created by the Polish studio IMGN.pro. The game’s storyline is based on a genuine event – the Dyatlov Pass incident, which took place in the winter of 1959, when a group of nine Russian climbers set out on a trek to the northern part of the Ural mountain range.

Kholat Syakhl, a transliteration in Russian of Holatchahl, meaning 'Dead Mountain' in Mansi[1] (lit. Мёртвая вершинаMyórtvaya vershína in Russian[citation needed]) is a mountain in the northern Ural region of Russia.

The name of this mountain pass simply means 'lack of game'[citation needed] for Mansi hunters. The Mansi word kholat (meaning 'dead' or 'meager') is a relatively common name on their territory and is part of at least 3 other topographic objects.

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On February 2, 1959, a group of ski hikers led by Igor Dyatlov mysteriously perished on the east shoulder of the mountain.

References[edit]

  1. ^Eichar, Donnie Dead Mountain: The True Story of the Dyatlov Pass Incident (Chronicle Books, October 22, 2013, ISBN1-452-11274-6), p. 19.

Coordinates: 61°45′18″N59°25′21″E / 61.75500°N 59.42250°E

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