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Annapurna I Middle Peak

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Annapurna I Middle Peak

Annapurna I Central
Annapurna Middle
Annapurna I Central is the slightly lower peak just to the right of Annapurna I Main in this image.
Elevation 8,051 m (26,414 ft)
Prominence 111 m (364 ft)
Isolation 0.75 km (0.47 mi)
Parent peak Annapurna I Main
Annapurna I Central is located in Nepal
Annapurna I Central
Annapurna Himal, Gandaki Zone, Nepal
Range Annapurna Himal, Himalayas
First ascent 1987
Easiest route snow/ice climb

Annapurna I Central is a subsidiary peak of Annapurna I Main and the 19th-highest peak on Earth (but not the 19th-highest mountain - as Annapurna I Central is subsidiary to Annapurna I Main, it is not ranked), measuring 8,051 metres (26,414 ft) tall.[1]


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