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28.58383.95 Annapurna Contents 1 Regions 2 Cities 3 Other destinations 4 Understand 5 Talk 6 Get in 6.1 By taxi 6.2 By bus 6.3 By plane 7 Get around 8 See 8.1 Itineraries 9 Do 9.1 Trekking 9.2 Biking 10 Eat 11 Drink 12 Stay safe 13 Go next From Wikivoyage Asia > South Asia > Nepal > Himalayas (Nepal) > Annapurna Jump
PEAKWARE World Mountain Encyclopedia Navigation Menu Sign In Create an account Home Peaks Ranges People Share Annapurna Overview Map Photos Videos Logs Routes Weather Elevation (feet): 26,545 Elevation (meters): 8,091 Continent: Asia Country: Nepal Range/Region: Central Nepal Himalaya Latitude: 28.584823 Longitude: 83
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Annapurna ( Sanskrit , Nepali , Newar is a massif in the Himalayas in north-central Nepal that includes one peak over , thirteen peaks over , and sixteen more over . The massif is long, and is bounded by the Kali Gandaki Gorge on the west, the Marshyangdi River on the north and east, and by Pokhara Valley on the south.
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