Kim Hong-Bin summited Annapurna today morning

Dream Wanderlust | May 13 , 2018


Korean climber Kim Hong-Bin (53) reached the 10th highest mountain in the world, Annapurna (8091m) on 13th May at 11:30am (Nepal time) in the morning. By achieving this feat he has already summited 12th eight-thousanders out of the 14.

The mountaineer, Kim Hong-Bin reached the Base Camp of Annapurna on 14th April. During his acclamatization process he lost some of the equipments from Camp-2 due to an avalanche. On 2nd May he decided to climb the mighty Annapurna again as the weather conditions had improved.

He along with four sherpas (Pechhumbe Sherpa, Chhiring Sherpa, Gyaljie Sherpa and Nima Tenji Sherpa) reached the top of Annapurna today.

Kim Hong-Bin

Photo Courtesy: Kim Hong-Bin

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