Himalayan Gold (Pharilapche 6,073 m)
Nanga Parbat image: Wikipedia
eiger north face - finish des brüchigen riss / exit of the brittle crack
Tucker's Proud Rock Climb (5.12b) climber Heidi Wirtz photographer Keith Ladzinski
Ama Dablam (6,856 m) in the fullmoon light
Kailash North Face - unclimbed
Standing 8091 meters in height, Annapurna is the tenth highest mountain on the planet. Annapurna is considered to be one of the most challenging and dangerous climbs in the world mainly due to the heavy accumulations of snow on the higher portions of the mountain. Those snow are notoriously unstable and avalanches are a common occurrence.
Sunrise on Annapurna