Annapurna Expedition

Annapurna (8,091 m), a gigantic Himalayan massif, is the 10th highest mountain in the world. It holds the distinction of becoming the first 8,000-m peak to be successfully ascended back in 1950 by Maurice Herzog. The mountain is located east of the deepest gorge in the world cut through the Himalaya by the Kali Gandaki River. To the west of the gorge lies the Dhaulagiri region. The waters of the glaciers on Annapurna's western and north-western slopes drain into this gorge.

Annapurna is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as "Goddess of Plenty", or simply, "The Provider". The Annapurna range is made up of many lofty peaks out of which five are labeled using different variations of the name "Annapurna". Of these five peaks, the two highest ones – Annapurna I and II – stand like bookends on the western and eastern extremes of the massif.

Annapurna I Expedition via North Face Code: HATTN08
Trip Duration: 58 days
Climb Duration: 38 days
Day Itinerary Accomodation
01 Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to Hotel Hotel
02 Kathmandu (briefing) Hotel
03 Kathmandu Camping
04 Drive from Kathmandu to Beni Camping
05 Beni to Tatopani Camping
06 Tatopani to Ghasa Camping
07 Ghasa to Lete Camping
08 Lete to Jungle Camp Camping
09 Jungle Camp to Phulkharka Camping
10 Phulkharka to Mirsdi Khola Camping
11 Mirsdi Khola to Base Camp Camping
12-50 Climbing period Camping
51 Base Camp to Mirsdi Khola  
52 Mirsdi Khola to Jungle Camp Camping
53 Jungle Camp to Ghasa via Lete Camping
54 Ghasa to Tatopani Camping
55 Tatopani to Beni Camping
56 Drive to Kathmandu Hotel
57 Kathmandu Hotel
58 Transfer to airport for international departure  


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