Annapurna massif
Nepal,

Annapurna is a Himalaya mountain range located in the northern part of central Nepal. This mountain range includes the Annapurna I peak, 8,091 meters high, thirteen peaks more than 7,000 meters high and 16 peaks more than 6,000 meters, it stretches 55 km in length. The massif is bounded by the Kali Gandaki Gorge in the west, the Maryshangdi River in the north and east, and the Pokhara Valley in the south.
Annapurna I is the tenth highest eight-thousander on the whole Earth, out of 14 existing. Annapurna is translated from Sanskrit as "Goddess of Fertility."
Being the first eight-thousanders conquered by man, this mountain appears to be one of the most dangerous for climbers, mortality on the rise is 44%. Of the 157 climbs completed before 2009, 60 were fatal for the conquerors.
To conquer Annapurna is most convenient from the town of Pokhara, located 6 hours from Kathmandu. The city has a well-developed tourism industry, and many of the local hotels offer tourists stunning views of the Annapurna mountain peaks.

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