Annapurna III is a peak from Annapurna massif which measures over 7,000 meters. It was first climbed in 1961 by the Indian expedition through the Northeast face. It’s Southeast face has never been climbed.
Annapurna III is the 42nd highest mountain that is not the subsidiary of another peak. It measures 7,555 meters (24,787 ft). The prominence of the summit is 703 meters. Along with Annapurna I, II,IV and V, it forms the greater Annapurna massif.
Annapurna I remains the popular peak for climb among the all.
The Northeast face of the peak was first summited by an Indian expedition led by Cap. Mohan Singh Kohli in 1961. It comprised of Cap. Mohan Singh, Sonam Gyatso and Sonam Girmi.
The Southeast fae has never been climbed before. The summit was attempted by a team, however, the entire team perished before they could make it to the top.
The latter summit was attempted by David Lama and the team in 2016 and 2017. However, they failed to successfully scale the peak.