Annapurna I East

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Annapurna I East
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Annapurna I East
Highest point
Elevation 8,026 m (26,332 ft)
Prominence 106 m (348 ft) [1]
Parent peak Annapurna I Main
Isolation 0.62 km (0.39 mi)
Coordinates 28°36′46″N83°50′13″E / 28.61278°N 83.83694°E / 28.61278; 83.83694 Coordinates: 28°36′46″N83°50′13″E / 28.61278°N 83.83694°E / 28.61278; 83.83694
Geography
Location Gandaki Zone, Nepal
Parent range Himalayas
Climbing
First ascent April 29, 1974
Easiest route snow/ice climb

Annapurna I East is a subsidiary mountain of Annapurna I Main located in Nepal. It is 8,026 meters tall.

Annapurna Base camp with Machhapuchre view Annapurna Base camp with Machhapuchre view.jpg
Annapurna Base camp with Machhapuchre view

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References

  1. "Annapurna East Pk., Nepal". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 2016-03-29.