Annapurna South

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Annapurna South
Annapurna Dakshin, Moditse
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Annapurna South.
Highest point
Elevation7,219 m (23,684 ft)
Prominence775 m (2,543 ft)
Isolation6.76 km (4.20 mi)
Parent peakAnnapurna I Main
Coordinates28°31′4.8″N 83°48′21.6″E / 28.518000°N 83.806000°E / 28.518000; 83.806000Coordinates: 28°31′4.8″N 83°48′21.6″E / 28.518000°N 83.806000°E / 28.518000; 83.806000
Naming
Native nameModitse
Geography
Annapurna South is located in Nepal
Annapurna South
Annapurna South
Parent rangeAnnapurna Himal, Himalayas
Climbing
First ascent1964
Easiest routesnow/ice climb

Annapurna South, also called Annapurna Dakshin or Moditse, is a mountain in the Annapurna Himal range of the Himalayas, and the 101st-highest mountain in the world. It was first ascended in 1964, and is 7,219 metres (23,684 ft) tall. The nearby mountain Hiunchuli is in fact an extension of Annapurna South.

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