Annapurna

Annapurna

the world's 10 highest mountain located in the Himalayas in Nepal

Location: 

Annapurna, Narchyang, Nepal

Duration: 

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Annapurna: a 55-kilometer long mountain range with dozens of peaks
  2. Annapurna I: highest peak and the only 8 thousander in the range
  3. Himalayas: Indian sub-continent pushing into Asia and creating mountains
  4. Trekking: from Pokhara via Dhampus to the Australian Camp
  5. Journey: enjoying three days trekking in the freshest air

Image sources

  1. Annapurna I from the Australian Camp
  2. Cloudy sky at the end of the rainy season
  3. Freshwater waterfall
  4. Buffalo in the mountains
  5. Having a rest in the field

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