Annapurna IV

Annapurna IV

From £8,375
Altitude 7,525m Grade: 3D

Annapurna IV is located in the eastern part of the Annapurna Range south of the Thorong La.

This is a spectacular seven thousand-meter peak that can be completed in just 30 days. This climb will require four camps to be set above Base Camp (C1 5500m, C2 6100m, C3 6400m & C4 6850m) and is predominantly over snow and ice.
Higher than the average 7000m peak Annapurna IV is ideal training for Everest and avoids the need to do another 8000m peak. Not often frequented by commercial teams Annapurna IV requires considerable work to fix the mountain, as a result of this we will operate on a 1:1 sherpa ratio. A good peak to climb in the Spring when many other peaks are out of condition. Breath-taking views of Manaslu, Tilicho Peak, the Annapurna’s and the sacred Machapuchare.

Why climb Annapurna IV with Adventure Peaks

  • British English speaking Expedition Leader
  • Higher than the average 7000m Peak with few objective dangers
  • Excellent preparation for Everest or another 8,000m peak
  • Strong and experienced Climbing Sherpa Team
  • 4 days set aside for a summit attempt

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Dates & Prices

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5th Oct 2024 - 5th Nov 2024 Guaranteed32 £8,375£9,175 Book Now
10th Apr 2025 - 11th May 2025
£250 Early Booking Discount
Spaces32 £8,575
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4th Oct 2025 - 4th Nov 2025
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* A deposit of £400 will be required at checkout.


Extras can be added per-person when you book onto a date

Everest from the Air £295
Chitwan Safari at Tigerland Resort (+4 days) £550+4 days
Chitwan Safari at Parkland Resort (+4 days) £450+4 days
Adventure Peaks Logoed Kit Bag (Non UK addresses + Postage) £85
Annapurna IV Oxygen from £500.00 £500

* A deposit of £200 (or the full extra price, whichever is lower) will be required at checkout for each extra added per-person on this trip

What's Included

  • International flights from London (Flight inclusive package)
  • A British expedition leader. 
  • Permits, charges, importation taxes and levies payable to the Local Authorities in connection with the expedition.
  • Food, fuel and cooking equipment whilst on the mountain. 
  • Kathmandu hotel accommodation on a Bed & Breakfast basis. 
  • Teahouse accommodation and meals
  • All tents and other communal equipment where necessary. 
  • Medical safety equipment and supplies.
  • 1:1 Sherpa ratio
  • All team members will receive a free logoed trip T-Shirt with the name of your Expedition on it.
  • 15% discount off equipment and clothing purchased at the Adventure Peaks shop
  • Transfers to and from Kathmandu airport if flights booked with Adventure Peaks

What's Excluded

  • Personal clothing and equipment. 
  • Personal insurance, visas, departure tax and inoculations.
  • Transfers to and from Kathmandu airport if flights NOT booked with Adventure Peaks
  • Drinks and hotel or guest house meals unless specified.
  • Travel to and from UK airport (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal medical supplies and
  • Personal use of communication equipment. 
  • Excess baggage. 
  • Tips for porters and local guides.
  • Costs associated with an expedition/trek finishing early or you leaving a trip early
  • Costs associated with extending a trip due to bad weather, delays or other circumstances, including the cost of extra nights accommodation.


Day 1

International flight

Day 2

Arrive in Kathmandu, Transfer to Hotel for expedition briefing. H B

Day 3

Drive Kathmandu to JagatH B

Day 4

Drive Jagat to Chame T,B,D

Day 5

Trek Chame to Hongde T,B,D

Day 6

Acclimatisation Day
Today we consolidate our acclimatization with a Trek through the Manang Valleyto via the villages of Mungli and Braga to Manang (3351m) itself before returning to Hongde. C B,L,D

Day 7

Hongde to Sabej Kholagaon (3900m)
Leaving Hongde along the famous Annapurna Trek we head west along the Marsyangdi River to eventual leave the classic trail to go south up the Sabej Kholagon Valley. We overnight at set up camp at 3900m on the edge of the moraine that leads up to base camp. C B,L,D

Day 8

Sabej Kholagaon to Base Camp (4800m)
We climb over the moraine  to gain our base camp in a lovely setting far from the crowds often associated with the Annapurna region! C B,L,D

Day 9 - 27

Ascent of Annapurna IV (7525m)
We make our ascent of Annapurna IV via four camps

  • Ascent to Camp 1 5500m
    Leaving base camp it should take around one hours walking to reach the bottom of the mountain and the glacier which leads to rock slopes that must be climbed to reach camp The climbing involves slopes that are approx. 65 - 70 degrees on fix ropes for 500m to reach camp 1. Spectacular views of Manaslu and the majestic Annapurna III.
  • Ascent to Camp 2 6100m
    To reach camp 2 we follow a ridge over rock and ice which may require up to 1000m.of  fixed ropes with some stretches of steep climbing.
  • Ascent to Camp 3 6400m
    From camp 2 to camp 3 the ground moderately steep as we zig zag up a broad ridge to camp below the steep summit face.
  • Ascent to Camp 4 6850m
    From camp 3 to camp 4 we first cross a broad plateau before making a rising traverse across the NE Face to camp on the ridge.
  • Ascent to Camp 3 Summit 7525m
    From camp 4 to the summit, generally fixed rope are not be required and we would just move roped together. We descend the same route.

Day 28

Base Camp to Hongde Return Trek C B,L,D

Day 29

Drive Hongde to Besisahar (8 hours) H B

Day 30

Drive Besisahar to Kathmandu (5 hours) H B

Day 31

Depart Kathmandu B

Day 32

Arrive Home B


It is essential for a trip of this type that you are adequately insured. When researching insurance options, please ensure the policy covers you for the following:

  • Cancellation or curtailment
  • Helicopter rescue (most insurance companies will no longer cover for ‘search and rescue’ but providing you stay with the group, they will assist with ‘rescue’)
  • Repatriation
  • The altitude that you are expected to attain
  • The location especially when travelling to Antarctica
  • Grade of trek/climb/expedition
  • Medical cover

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Travelex Ins. Services: Tel: 1-800 228 9792
True Traveller Ins: Tel: 0333 999 3140 for treks including over 4500m
Austrian Alpine Club (UK) Tel: +44 (0)1929 556870
Rothwell & Towler: Tel: 0345 908 0161 (under 6400m)
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HCC Medical Insurance Services: LLC Tel: 1-800-605-2282
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Austrian Alpine Club (UK): Tel: +44 (0)1929 556870
AXA Worldwide Travel Ins: Tel: +44 (0)844 874 0360
Ingle International: Tel: (USA) 1.800.360.3234
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Sebastian · 5 years ago ·

It was a demanding trip that provided me with a great spectrum of experience.
Yet, above all, it was the people that I will remember. From clients to staff, all the greatest
and most colorful characters.
All that in a beautiful country.

John · 5 years ago ·

Epic high altitude adventure with mixed rock, snow and ice climb (Camp 1), large ice wall (Camp 3) and deep snow trekking. As we were the only team on the mountain it added to the remoteness. Fantastic base camp and Sherpa support throughout the expedition. Excellent food. Over the last 15 years I always advise customers, clients, friends and family to consider Adventure Peaks first and foremost.
[The info we received was] very thorough, informative and timely.
I've got the utmost respect for not only Stu's [trip leader] management skills (excellent ratings) but his actual Leadership skills are second to none. When you're in this type of adverse and remote environment it was very interesting observing how Stu operates and uses all aspects of Leadership.
[Overall, the highlights were] having the mountain to ourselves (remoteness), the High Camps and working with highly skilled individuals (teamwork).

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