Annapurna 4th 7525m situated between Annapurna II and Annapurna III. The technically difficult section is from camp II to camp III. Camp 3 is at the elevation of 6212m. From Camp III to summit there is not so much technically difficult.
Annapurna IV (7525m) is one of the six major peaks in the Annapurna massif. Climbers need to establish three camps after the base camp to reach the top of the peak. Of the numerous peaks in the Annapurna range, Annapurna IV is an easier climb, although there are risks of avalanches between camp I and II. The base of the mountain is two hours away from the base camp, from where half a kilometer of going up with the help of fixed rope reaches you to Camp I. Then another leg of similar climbing for about 1000 meters, and the climbers reach Camp II. After Camp II, the slope becomes less steep and the route roundabout but a little gentler, offering relative ease to reach the Camp III. We push directly to the summit from Camp III.
The attractions of mountaineering in Nepal do not end with the successful summit ascent. The other fascinating aspect is the approach trek to the peaks, allowing you to experience varied mountain life and mountain terrain with an incredible diversity of ethnicities, flora and fauna. In reaching the base camp and return journey to Pokhara, you complete almost all of the Annapurna Circuit Trek via Thorung La Pass. When you complete this mountaineering expedition, you will have double feathers in your cap: one of mountaineering and the other of traversing one of world’s famous trekking trails.