Annapurna Expedition it is the most dangerous of all the eight-thousanders. Annapurna massif is about 55-kilometers long and encircled by Kali Gandaki Gorge on the west bounded by Marshyang river. Due to which climbing in Annapurna is more challenging. Beside this danger, several attempts were led by different climbers but their attempt was unsuccessful. The first attempt of Annapurna – I was first climbed by Maurice Herzog a French Expedition in 1950. The entire massif forms a barrier on the north side which dominates entire Pokhara Valley. The Mountain remained pristine until 1970. Numerous summiteers led by different groups hardly reached the summit due to its very steep and difficult route to South Face. According to the reports of government, there have been 130 ascents on Annapurna I. But the stories of those brave men who made the first ascents would continue to enthrall all lover’s of mountaineering, adventure, and the Himalayas. Mt Annapurna is regarded as the lowest peak 8091m peak in the world. But it is renowned as a 10th highest mountain in the world. Therefore it is a most dangerous peak in the world. As per the climbing record of Nepali government, there had been a record of 191 summits ascent of Annapurna. 61 climbing fatalities.
Autumn and Spring season is considered as an appropriate to start climbing schedule. In autumn season expedition starts from the end of August and make completion around the end of October. During this interval, the temperature will be changing from hot to cold. Hence for the climbers, it will be a tough situation for acclimatization before approaching towards the summit. Total duration for Annapurna Expedition will last maximum 53 days depending upon climbers and climatic conditions.
Hence we would like to recommend spring season for our climbers to accomplish their dream to climb mighty Annapurna. Therefore we are here to assist you to lead Annapurna Expedition in both autumns and spring season.
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