Cho Aui (Nangpai Gosum I)

Elevation (feet): 24,117
Elevation (meters): 7,351
Continent: Asia
Country: China/Nepal
Range/Region: Central Nepal Himalaya
Latitude: 28.073798
Longitude: 86.613979
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: Apr, May, Sep, Oct
Year first climbed: 1996
First successful climber(s): 2 French, 2 Japanese, 3 Sherpas
Nearest major airport: Lhasa (Gonggar, 3540m), Kathmandu
Convenient Center: Tingri (4342m)

Thanks to Andreas Fink for adding this peak.

Cho Aui is the highest of three 7000m-peaks in the south-western ridge of Cho Oyu (8201m), called Nangpai Gosum. It is rising in a distance of only 5 km from the summit of Cho Oyu. From the Gyabrag-glacier above Cho Oyu-basecamp you can see the impressive north-face of Cho Aui with its white "spider". Cho Aui was first climbed on the northwest-ridge in autumn of 1996 by a french and japanese expedition. The name "Pasang Lhamu Peak" was given to it in honor to a nepalese woman who died descending from Mount Everest in 1993.

Thanks to Andreas Fink for this description.