Mont Blanc may not have the highest mortality rate, topping off around .05%, but this mountain is home to more annual deaths a year than any other impressive peak. Often hailed as the deadliest mountain, Mont Blanc’s impressively high annual death count stems from being one of the most visited tourist spots in the world. Mont Blanc is praised as the highest mounts in the Alps and stands 4,807 meters or 15,771 feet tall. Each year, it is estimated that this Great White Mountain claims 100 lives, a number that most mountains just barely reach on a yearly basis. The mountains easy accessibility is thought to be a big factor in many deaths, with inexperienced climbers underestimating the ease of the mountain’s walk.