Hiunchuli (6,441 m / 21,126 ft) from south direction

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Hiunchuli (6,441 m/21,126 ft) is a satellite peak extending east from Annapurna South. Hiunchuli was first climbed in 1971 by an expedition led by U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer Craig Anderson. More info in Wikipedia.

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Prasenjit Nag on March 26, 2012

Elegant Picture!!

I Think! You Caught It from Ghandruk!! Isn't??


Warm Wishes Prasenjit

Excellent view of Hiunchuli! The jagged saddle-ridge to left which connects it with Annapurna South is extremely high and sheer towering over the deep side valley of Modi Khola, some six-thousand meters a.s.l. Like

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Photo taken in Annapurna Conservation Area, Jomsom 33100, Nepal

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