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March 10, 2024

Mountaineer Allie Pepper climbing Annapurna-1

Kathmandu: Australian female mountaineer Allie Pepper is aiming to scale Nepal’s Annapurna-1 this spring.

She also said that within 2026, her goal is to climb 14 mountains above 8,000 meters in the world without using oxygen.

Speaking during a press conference in Kathmandu today, Allie Pepper said that she is to climb Annapurna-1, the world’s 10th-highest peak (8,091 meters).

She is currently in Kathmandu with the team to prepare to embark on her climbing mission.

She informed that she is going to climb Annapurna-1 through the mountain climbing company Seven Summit Treks. She started her journey to climb mountains without oxygen in 2007 from Mount Choyu in Nepal.

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