Annapurna - Chapter III The Hidden Valley and Chapter IV The East Dhaulagiri Glacier Summary & Analysis

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Chapter III The Hidden Valley and Chapter IV The East Dhaulagiri Glacier Summary and Analysis

For the next two days, the team stays busy setting up camp. Herzog describes the busy little village of Tukucha, where the men spin and weave goat hair into strong fabric, and where the main source of income seems to be providing lodging for caravans passing through.

The team sets about examining the ridges leading up to the summit of Dhauligiri. According to their maps, the north ridge of the mountain looks like a good possibility. Couzy ascends to a high point and reports back to Herzog that the ridge, although completely covered in ice, would be worth exploring as a route to the summit, but he does not see any good way to get onto the ridge. The...

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