In the spring of 2017, a team of climbers set out to open a new route on Cho Oyu. Unfortunately, they were denied a permit by the Chinese government, so they went looking for other challenges instead. They found everything they had hoped for –– and then some –– in the form of Annapurna in Nepal, one of the most notorious 8000 meter peaks on the planet. This short film takes us along on that expedition, giving us an up-close and personal look at one of the most difficult and dangerous mountains on the planet.
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