|Elevation||7,555 m (24,787 ft) |
|Prominence||703 m (2,306 ft)|
|Parent peak||Annapurna I|
|Isolation||14.04 km (8.72 mi)|
|Listing||List of mountains in Nepal|
|Parent range||Annapurna Himal|
|First ascent||6 May 1961|
|Easiest route||snow/ice climb|
Annapurna III is a mountain in the Annapurna mountain range, and at 7,555 metres (24,787 ft) tall, it is the 42nd highest mountain that is not a subsidiary peak of another mountain.
It was first ascended 6 May 1961 by an Indian expedition led by Capt. Mohan Singh Kohli via the Northeast Face. The summit party comprised Mohan Kohli, Sonam Gyatso, and Sonam Girmi. A Japanese Women's expedition succeeded in putting the first women on top on 19 May 1970.
- Annapurna: Tilicho & Naar-Phu (Map). 1:125,000. Kathmandu: Himalayan Map Pvt. Ltd. 2009. § C4. ISBN 9799993-323074.
- Kohli, Mohan S. (1964). "Annapurna III, 1961". Himalayan Journal. The Himalayan Club. 25. Archived from the original on 7 June 2016. Retrieved 8 April 2019.
- Kohli, Manmohan singh (16 November 2009). "My extreme moment". Hindustantimes. Archived from the original on 8 April 2019. Retrieved 9 March 2019.
- Miyazaki, Eiko (1970). "Japanese Women's Annapurna III Expedition, 1970". Himalayan Journal. The Himalayan Club. 30. Archived from the original on 5 July 2015. Retrieved 8 April 2019.
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