Annapurna IV Expedition ( 7525m. )
Annapurna IV expedition is considered one of the easiest expeditions among the Annapurnas. The mountain lies in the south of Manang and west to Annapurna II. Earliest expedition teams in the Himalayas climbed Annapurna IV to build up their team to ascend other formidable Himalayan peaks. Climbing Annapurna IV was first succeded in 1955 by a German expedition led by Heinz Steinmetz, via the North Face and Northwest Ridge. The normal route for Annapurna IV climbing is through East Ridge. We follow the trekking route of Annapurna circuit trekking up to Hongde and then move west to reach Annapurna IV base camp.