New Summit Push on Annapurna

Like Kangchenjunga, Annapurna is in the midst of a summit push. The Sherpa rope fixers are currently in Camp 3 and will prep the route to Camp 4 on Tuesday morning, Nepal time.

“All members are in higher camps, aiming for the summit on April 27-28,” Chhang Dawa of Seven Summit Treks wrote today.

Lakpa Sherpa of 8K Expeditions confirmed that the team’s six clients and eight climbing guides will make their final summit bid on one of those two days.

8K Expeditions team. Leader Lakpa Sherpa stands third from the left. Photo: 8K Expeditions

Angela Benavides is a journalist specialised on high-altitude mountaineer and expedition news working with ExplorersWeb.com.

Angela Benavides has been writing about climbing and mountaineering, adventure and outdoor sports for 20+ years.

Prior to that, Angela Benavides spent time at/worked at a number of national and international media. She is also experienced in outdoor-sport consultancy for sponsoring corporates, press manager and communication executive, radio reporter and anchorwoman, etc. Experience in Education: Researcher at Spain’s National University for Distance Learning on the European Commission-funded ECO Learning Project; experience in teaching ELE (Spanish as a Second Language) and transcultural training for expats living in Spain.

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Den wigt
2 months ago

Angela,,,I remember when base camp were a much colder place,,,there were no spots void of snow,,,as treks were really that,,,sadly turning into amusement as social media has turned it into a bucket list without the adventure it once was

Tony
Tony
2 months ago
Reply to  Den wigt

There is no philosophy behind most expeditions these days.