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Annapurna (ən-nəpo͝or`nə), massif of the Himalayas, N central Nepal, forming a ridge 35 mi (56 km) long, including two of the highest peaks in the world, Annapurna I (26,502 ft/8,078 m) in the west and Annapurna II (26,041 ft/7,938 m) in the east. The summit of Annapurna I was first reached in 1950 by a French expedition led by Maurice Herzog.
See study of Herzog's ascent by D. Roberts (2000).
a massif of the Himalayas, in Nepal. Highest peak: 8078 m (26 502 ft.)
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The expedition, led by the prewar Everest mountaineer HW 'Bill' Tilman, was to explore the approaches to Annapurna II
Sir Chris, who said his mother Helen Storey was born in Wallasey and his grandfather Francis Storey was once mayor of Birkenhead, was invited to join a British-Indian-Nepalese mission to climb Annapurna II
This was the Japanese women's expedition to Annapurna II
, consisting of nine petite ladies and nine Sherpas to look after them.