Anna Gutu (Acsenoi) is a climber from the USA.
She has a page on Instagram.
“American-Ukrainian climber, traveler. 13 peaks of 8000 m in 6 months. Everest to Lhotse in less than 24 hours. Top 5 peaks in Pakistan in 26 days. K2 world record is expected,” she wrote on her profile.
Anna Gutu is 32 years old.
She was born in Odesa region, Ukraine.
She became the first Ukrainian to reach the top of Lhotse.
She also became the first among Ukrainian climbers to climb Everest and Lhotse in one assault without an intermediate descent to the base camp.
She conquered 13 peaks 8 thousand meters high.
She also has a Facebook page.
How Anna Gutu died
On October 7, 2023, The Himalayan Times reported that Anna Gutu died in an avalanche on Mount Shisha Pangma, China.
An avalanche struck the climbing route above 7,800 meters around 11:00 a.m. on October 7, killing Anna Gutu and her guide Mingmar Sherpa.
Another avalanche struck American climber Gina Marie and her guide Tenjen (Lama) Sherpa. They are considered missing.
“The incident occurred as Anna Gutu and Gina Marie were competing to become the first American women to summit all 14 peaks. The duo recently conquered the 13th peak, climbing Cho Oyu,” the publication notes.