Annapurna I is the tenth highest mountain in the world and the highest peak in the Nepalese Annapurna massif, which stretches over 55 kilometers and contains several six and seven thousand meter peaks. The name Annapurna goes back to the Hindu goddess of food and nourishment, whose name is made up of the Sanskrit terms “anna” (food) and “purna” (filled). Annapurna I was the first eight-thousander to be climbed in 1950. But it was not until 1970 that the second successful ascent followed, over the approximately 3,000 meter high south face, which is considered one of the most difficult climbing routes ever.



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Elevation: 8091 m
Country and region: Nepal
Mountain range: Himalayas
Prominence: 2984 m
Orometric dominance: 37
Coordinates: 28.596111, 83.820278

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