Bulgaria's Boyan Petrov Climbs World's Deadliest Peak

Bulgarian mountarineer Boyan Petrov has successfully set foot on Annapaurna, the tenth-highest peak.

Annapurna, 8901 m, is known as the world's deadliest mountain.

Petrov has already given Annapurna an unsuccessful try.

His last attempt at conquerng Annapurna had to be postponed due to severe weather conditions.

Two Bulgarian Mountaineers to Attempt Ascent of World's Tenth Highest Peak

Bulgarian mountaineers Boyan Petrov and Atanas Skatov will be in the same expedition which will attempt to ascend the tenth highest peak in the world - Annapurna in the Himalayas.

Rising at an altitude of 8091 metres, Annapurna is considered as one of the deadliest eight thousanders to climb, with roughly every third attempt resulting in fatality.

Boyan Petrov Becomes First Bulgarian to Ascend Eighth Highest Peak in World

The Bulgarian mountaineer Boyan Petrov became on Wednesday the first Bulgarian to have ascended the eighth highest peak in the world - Manaslu in the Himalayas.

The information was announced by the website of the expedition - Seven Summit Treks Manaslu and has not yet been confirmed by Petrov himself, which will be possible only after he reaches the base camp.