Kris Annapurna

Kris Annapurna

Title: Writer, real state agent in Spain, translator and interpreter
Email: krisannapurna@explorersweb.com
Location: Madrid, Spain
Social Media Links:
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Expertise

  • Topics of Expertise: Alpinism, history of alpinism, news, stories, updates, expeditions, great mountain ranges, Himalaya, Karakoram, Pamir, other mountain ranges, wingsuiting, climbing, free solo, BASE, mountaineering literature, outdoors.
  • Years in This Expertise: 4 years active by publishing a special account on mountaineering on Twitter, almost 1 year at ExplorersWeb.
  • Number of Products & Number of Hours Expert Has Tested: 10,000+ hours

Education & Certifications

  • Education: Complutense University Madrid, Spain. Philology
  • Years of Writing: 4+ at personal level, almost 1 year for Explorersweb
  • Certifications: Translator (specializing in criminal law)

A Word From KrisAnnapurna

  • Why Author Chose This Career: As a writer for ExplorersWeb, I feel myself a very lucky person. I love this job and the team. I feel that I can be creative when suggesting topics and writing. All my colleagues are supportive and never cut my wings. My passion is writing about alpinism, climbing and mountaineering. I spend more than eight hours per day dedicating myself to it.
  • How Author Began Career: I started to be interested in mountaineering communication thanks to my friend, Sebastian Alvaro, who for more than 30 years was the director and creator of Al Filo de Lo Imposible, the acclaimed documentary series about the best era of Spanish alpinism. Through him, I met a lot of alpinists and learned their stories and careers. I started to run a Twitter account dedicated to mountaineering.
  • Personal Interests: Sports history in general, fencing (epee), reading, dogs and animals in general, trekking, painting, music, drawing. When younger: sprinter (100m)
Kami Rita Sherpa.

More Everest Summits, Dhaulagiri Hopes Dashed

Several more climbers have topped out on Everest today,...
group of Nepalese against background of Mount Everest

First Everest Summits. On Kangchenjunga, Strong Winds Abort Push

Yesterday at 8.15 pm, 10 sherpa rope fixers summited...
The south face of Dhaulagiri I, viewed from Poon Hill at sunrise.

The South Face of Dhaulagiri I: One Of the Himalaya’s Last Great Challenges

The 4,100m South Face of Dhaulagiri I has stymied...
One of the US duo ascending Tengkangpoche this month.

Two Americans Climb New Route on Tengkangpoche

On April 23, Patrick Johnson and Patrick Gephart of...
Thomas Bukowski, Anna Pfaff and Andres Marin at their highest point.

Anna Pfaff Makes Triumphant Return to Alaska With New Route on Mount Providence

In her first Alaska climb since losing several toes...
Everest north side as seen from Rongbuk.

Everest Super Direct: The Japanese and Hornbein Couloirs

Two legendary Americans deviating from the normal route, two...
Lenin Peak.

This Project Aims to Make a Dangerous Asian Peak Safer

In order to improve safety on 7,134m Pik Lenin...
yellow tents and Annapurna's base camp in the sunshine

A Close Call at Annapurna Base Camp

Vadim Druelle of France had a close call at...
Avalanche in the Khumbu Icefall.

The Khumbu Icefall: A Tomb for Countless Sherpas On Everest

The climbing season has started in the Himalaya, and...
Makalu.

More No-O2 Expeditions to Everest and Makalu

Two mountaineers will climb without supplementary oxygen or personal...
Jugal Himal.

Solo Climber Heads for Newly Opened Jugal 3

Nepal's Department of Tourism of Nepal has published an...
Dhaulagiri.

Here’s How Rare No-O2 Climbs on 8,000m Peaks Have Become

As the climbing season starts in the Himalaya, we...
Benjamin Vedrines in his two-day-spedd marathon in the Alps.

Benjamin Vedrines: 16 Peaks, 110km, 11,830m Vertical in Two Days

Benjamin Vedrines continues with his extreme training for the...
The three steep couloirs that Lafaille and Manners climbed and skied down.

Italian Alps: Three Difficult Couloir Ski Descents in a Single Day

On March 14, Tom Lafaille and Fay Manners skied...
Nicolas Jaeger on Nevado Huascaran in 1979.

Alpine Mystery: Nicolas Jaeger’s 1980 Disappearance on Lhotse Shar

Any list of almost-forgotten climbers who deserve to be...
a climber in the shadows moves toward sunlight

This Week in Patagonia: Two More New Routes, One Solid Repetition

Luka Lindic and Luka Krajnc have opened a 500m...
Patagonia peaks and wild clouds

Patagonia: More Successful Ascents

Despite Patagonia's ever-changing and ever-challenging weather, more teams have...
A queue near the summit of Everest last year.

Tracking Chips Now Mandatory For All Everest Climbers

Along with poo bags to carry down excrement, Nepal...
Climbing 'Entre Cristales y Condores' in Cochamo Valley.

Climbing News From Patagonia

After sharing in the epic free-climb of 'Riders on...
Cerro Torre, Patagonia.

Two Elite Teams to Squeeze in Last-Minute Patagonia Expeditions

Two strong teams are hurrying to Patagonia to launch...
Wanda Rutkiewicz.

Where The Caravan of Dreams Stopped: Kangchenjunga 1992

In 1992, Wanda Rutkiewicz, one of history's best female...
Jeff Mercier climbing.

Jeff Mercier and Greg Boswell Complete Hard Scottish Winter Routes

Jeff Mercier and Greg Boswell seem drawn to technical,...
An unnamed 3,000'er near the south wall of Shkhara.

Shkhara Team Delays Climb, Warms Up on Unnamed Peak

A few days ago, the Hungarian National Climbing Team...
Sasha DiGiulian and Mariana 'Mango' Ordonez.

Sasha DiGiulian and ‘Mango’ Ordonez Climb El Sendero Luminoso

Sasha DiGiulian and Mariana ‘Mango’ Ordonez have climbed the...

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