Singu Chuli Peak Expedition (6,501m), the third-highest trekking peak of Nepal among all, is also known as Fluted Peak. This attractive mountain lies in the Annapurna Sanctuary. This adorable peak adjoins with Tharpu Chuli and lies across Hiunchuli. The first ascent of this peak was made in 1957 by Wilf Noyce and David Cox from North-East Face.
Trekking towards the Singu Chuli Peak provides you with a great chance to explore the marvellous views of the stunning Himalayas like Dhaulagiri (8,167m), Annapurna I (8,091m), Annapurna II (7,937m), Hiunchuli (6,441m), Machhapuchhre (6,993m) and many other mountains across the range. Besides that, you can have real-life experience of culture and lifestyle of the people of the Annapurna Region along with many endangered wildlife habitats like Red Panda, Spotted Deer, Musk Deer, and Wild Yaks, etc. Being one of the difficult and technically challenging Peaks, it requires sound technical climbing skills and good physique of an individual.
Singu Chuli Peak climbing is suggested to people who have previous alpine, ice climbing, and mountaineering experience. This trek is highly recommended for majestic mountain views and experience of great cultural diversity among the local people. Climbers need to have strong physical and mental fitness for this expedition because of unpredictable weather change, altitude sickness, and other technical difficulties.
The peak is extremely technical and difficult to climb as well as the trekking trail is a stone falling prone area due to which you need to be careful all the time. Singu Chuli can be approached from several routes: North-East face. Majestic views of Lamjung ranges, Annapurna ranges, terrace fields, and pleasing villagers are a significant part of the trek.
You need to be well acclimatized before going for the expedition so there will be less chance of altitude sickness. Due to global warming landslides occurs numerous time resulting change in the route most of the time. Mostly South-West ridge is used which connects with the Tented Peak also called as Tharpu Chuli. You need an experienced climbing guide with you otherwise the peak permit will not be issued.
Singu Chuli Expedition begins from Kathmandu to Pokhara. From Pokhara, we will move towards Nayapul and start trekking to Tikhedhunga for about five hours. We trek to Ghorepani Poonhill for amazing sunrise/sunset view at 3,210m. Then after will steadily move towards Annapurna Base Camp via Machhapuchhre Base Camp. We take a rest day at Annapurna Base Camp and then we continue to trek to Tharpu Chuli Base Camp. During our acclimatization day, we will learn several technical skills. After that, we move towards Singu Chuli Base camp then slowly towards High camp.
Singu Chuli Peak Climbing is much stiffer than Tented Peak and is highest of all the trekking peaks of that region. The route is not straight forward and you have to get past various ice slopes, steep rocks, and other technical sections. Once you are at the top you will forget all your tiredness and pain after the tantalizing views of the Himalayas.
Singu Chuli trekking is nothing less than a real mountain climbing. It is your chance to be familiar with a Himalayan peak and the experience will stay with you forever. So, please contact Nepal Guide Trek and Expedition right ahead for all the exciting details about this most admirable Expedition.
Equipment Needed During Climbing
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30 min Drive Hotel/Resort
Our representative from Nepal Guide will welcome you to the International Airport & transfer you to the Hotel. You can rest at the hotel for a couple of hours. After refreshment, we will pick you from the hotel lobby to our office where you will be formally introduced to your Guide and you can gather information about the activities to be enjoyed over the next few days. We shall have a welcome dinner together in the evening.
Meals: BB Plan + Welcome Dinner.
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After breakfast, we will set off for exploring Kathmandu. In our sightseeing tour we will go to Monkey temple; Swayambhunath, Pashupatinath, Bouddhanath and Kathmandu Durbar square and many other heritages and landmark as possible. On the latter half of the day, you will have to prepare for the journey that includes checking up the climbing gears, be equipped with sufficient goods and commodities and packing etc.
Note: It is not possible to visit all world heritage sites in Kathmandu within a day. So you can choose at least 3-4 places for day sightseeing.
Meals: BB Plan
5 hrs Drive Hotel/Resort
After breakfast, we will leave Kathmandu and drive for about 6 hours to reach Pokhara on a tourist bus, or car depending upon the size of your group. You will be walking through an exciting panorama of river and landscape. Another option can be a flight to Pokhara from Kathmandu which takes half an hour. Then, you will get into the hotel and rest for the next few hours. You can visit around the lakeside region or you can go for boating at Fewa Lake in the evening.
1.5 hrs Drive & 3-4 hrs Trek Lodge
We will take you in a morning drive to Naya Pul which takes about one and half hour in a vehicle and we start our trek from Nayapul. From here we will move towards Modi Khola River valley. From here we will move towards Birethanti. We will stop at Birethanti where there is the Annapurna Conservation Area Project’s checkpoint. After completing the formalities we will move ahead towards Tikhedhunga. You can see a small waterfall on the way.
Meals: All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
5-6 hrs Trek Lodge
The trail goes further up and brings us to Ulleri village after 2 hour’s steep climb. We will continue the trail gently up until Banthanti which takes about 1 hour and will have lunch there. Now we can see the superb view of Machhapuchre, Hiunchuli and Annapurna South. After lunch, we slowly start ascending until Ghorepani, a village of Magar people which takes about 2 hours to reach. We can have an enchanting view of jaw-dropping mountains from our accommodation.
Early in the morning today we will have hike to Poon Hill through the Rhododendrons forests for the spectacular view of Mountains like Mt. Dhaulagiri 8,167m, TukuchePeak 6,920m, Nilgiri 6,940m, Varaha Shikhar 7,847m, Mt. Annapurna I 8,091m, Annapurna South 7,219m, Annapurna III 7,855m, Machhapuchhre 6,993m, Annapurna IV 7,525m, Annapurna II 7,937m, Lamjung Himal 6,931m and unobstructed view of sunrise over the mountains. We can enjoy the brilliant view of mountains and sunrise view. Then we return back to the hotel and will have breakfast. After that, we will be ascending until Deurali-La which is also at the same height as Poon Hill and takes about 1 & half hour. Then we follow the deep forest way until Banthanti which takes about 2 hours and have lunch there. We can see wild animals like monkeys and local birds during the jungle trail. After lunch, it takes 1 hour to reach Tadapani village which is surrounded by beautiful forests. We can see a more magnificent view of Machhapuchre, Annapurna South, Hium Chuli and Annapurna II.
Today we will move along the trekking trail that descents through forests till Siprong. This takes about 2 hours. We cross by suspension bridge and the trail ascends gently up until Gurjung. We will walk for about an hour and we will have lunch there. After lunch, we will go up the trail and pass the big landslide area and finally, we arrive at Chhomrong village which takes about 2 hours walk. This is also Gurung village. The mountains are picturesque and closer.
4-5 hrs Trek Lodge
After having breakfast we start our trek by descending down to cross a suspension bridge over Chhomrong Khola. We cross the bridge and trek along the left bank of the river to reach the last permanent settlement of Sinuwa. Our trek continues through dense rhododendron, oak and bamboo woods. Langur Monkeys are often spotted around the forest area while jumping from one tree to another. Our trek continues until we arrive at Bamboo for the overnight stay.
From Bamboo, our trail descends steeply along the bank of rocks. Our trek continues in a levelled path at first and then makes steep uphill trekking through dense bamboo and rhododendron filled forest to reach Doban. From there a mixture of both downhill and uphill trekking will lead us through Himalaya to a large rock overhang called - Hinku Cave. From here we trek for about an hour to reach Deurali for the overnight stay.
After breakfast, we leave Deurali and trek through a forest filled with fine birch trees before passing a small snow cave that has been slowly melting in recent years. After a few hours of trekking, we will arrive at the broad grassy slopes of Machhapuchre Base Camp. From here we can enjoy the views of Machhapuchre (Fish-Tail), Gangapurna and Annapurna South. Our trail from there climbs an ancient moraine all the way up to Annapurna Base Camp. Once we reach Annapurna Base Camp, we are greeted by an up-close view of Annapurna I. We will spend one more day at ABC for acclimatization.
By now we have reached over 4,000 meters above the sea level. In order to avoid altitude sickness and to ensure the successful summit climb of Singu Chuli Peak, we take a day rest at Annapurna Base Camp for acclimatization. We will make short hikes around Annapurna Base Camp, which are considered best for acclimatization and for magnificent views of Annapurna I, Annapurna III, Annapurna South and other surrounding snow-capped mountains.
5-6 hrs Trek Tented Camp
After spending a full day exploration at Annapurna Base Camp, we pack our gears and gently descend to the Annapurna glacier. Our trail goes over the glacier and crosses it before following a difficult trail that climbs to Tent Peak Base Camp. Our trek can be very tiring so resting every now and then helps in restoring energy. Once at the base camp, our Sherpa crew will quickly set up the camps and make necessary preparations for setting up at least three more camps above the base camp.
6 hrs ascending Tented Camp
From the Tent Peak Base Camp we continue to follow our trails that ascend uphill all the way to High Camp. The uphill journey can be tiring, so resting while trekking is must for restoring energy. We camp at High Camp for the overnight stay.
Acclimatization Tented Camp
Before we continue further up to the high altitude, we take a day rest at Tent Peak High Camp for acclimatization. In order to achieve the summit, we must be fit both physically and mentally. So, we prepare and make ourselves fit for the peak climbing.
5-6 hrs Ascending Tented Camp
After spending a good acclimatization day at the High Camp, we proceed through the trail which is often snow-covered or icy. If necessary we should use our crampons and make an uphill journey to reach Singu Chuli Camp I where we camp before heading further ahead.
4-5 hrs Ascending Tented Camp
Today we make a tough ascend passing along an icy and snow-covered trail that heads towards Singu Chuli Camp II. As soon as we reach Singu Chuli Camp II, we set up our camps and make necessary preparations for climbing up to the Singu Chuli Summit.
10-12 hrs Ascending and Descending Tented Camp
Today we will have a most exciting beginning to reach our destination. We set off early fully equipped and fully prepared. We will slowly move up following the directions given by the experienced climbing experts of Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition. We will overcome the first part of the climb which is rather technical. Then using the ropes, ice axe and other equipment we make the challenging climb to the summit. Once at the summit, we get the magnificent and rewarding views of gigantic mountains within the Annapurna Sanctuary, a natural amphitheatre. After spending some quality time over the summit, we descend down to reach the Singu Chuli Camp II.
6-7 hrs Descending Tented Camp
From Singu Chuli Camp II, we descend by retracing our steps and following the same trails back to reach the Tent Peak Base Camp for our overnight Camping
Reserve Day Tented Camp
Nepal Himalayan region weather is not stable due to which we kept two extra days as a reserve day so that we can use these days in case if we need it. Meals: All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
6-7 hrs Trek Tea Houses
We continue to descend downhill from Tent Peak Base Camp following the same trails back. Passing through Annapurna Base Camp we head towards Machhapuchhre Base Camp for overnight stay. An up-close view of Mt. Machhapuchhre (Fish-tail) from here is surely magnificent.
6-7 hrs Trek Lodges
Today we will make gradual descend along the same trail passing through Deurali, Himalaya Dobhan, Bamboo and finally to Sinuwa.
4-5 hrs Trek Lodges
From Sinuwa we will descend down to Choomrong Khola before climbing up to the Choomrong Village. From here we will continue on our trail which descends steeply towards Jhinudand. Here at Jhunudanda, we can visit a hot spring for relaxing and washing away our tiredness.
3-4 hrs Trek Lodges
After breakfast, we leave Jhinudanda and follow the trail that descends and then levels out before reaching Himal Pani. From here our trail ascends gently crossing several streams and terraced fields to reach Landruk. Landruk is a big village that is inhabited by Gurung, Magar and Brahmin ethnic tribe communities of Nepal. Our trek continues until we arrive at the Gurung village of Pothana.
3 hrs Trek HOTEL / Resorts
The last day of our trek heads from Pothana and our trail descends for an hour and then follow a gravel road for two hours. After a while, our trail descends more steeply through paddy fields and forest areas to reach Dhampus Phedi. From Dhampus Phedi we will take a drive back to Pokhara.
5 hrs drive HOTEL
Today we will take a drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. After arriving at Kathmandu, you can either have rest at the hotel or take a walk around the busy shopping streets of Thamel. In the evening, we will celebrate the successful completion of our Singu Chuli Peak Climbing and have a final meal together.
Meals: (Breakfast + Farewell Dinner)
30 min drive to Airport
It’s time to bid goodbye, your next destination will be your home. Our representatives of Nepal Guide Treks and Expedition will drop you at the International Airport as per your flight schedule. You need to get into the airport 3 hours prior to your flight. Nepal Guide will bid a memorable farewell to you
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6,501m is the Height of Singu Chuli Peak. Singu Chuli Peak is one of the trekking peaks for beginner climbers and also for adventure-loving climbers.
During Singu Chuli Peak Climbing, good standards of organic and hygienic fruits and vegetables are served.
Yes, you need to get climbing insurance for Singu Chuli Peak Climbing(6,501m) which will also cover your trekking insurance.
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If there is an emergency, our climbing guide will help you during difficult situations with safety care, medical treatment and communication services.
Communication is also available as the internet and satellite phone, so a guide would help you if something critical situation occurs.
Yes, there is a variety of communication facilities like internet, satellite phone etc.
For communication, we have satellite phone through which you can communicate with your friends or relatives for which you have to pay USD $3 per minute.
In case of an emergency, communication with our company will be free of cost.
At City: Kathmandu
Yes, Climbing Guide is very essential for Singu Chuli Peak Climbing because it is not just for being a bit technical, but also due to several reasons like:
Singu Chuli is third trekking peak having a lot of technical section that makes to climb harder. To climb Singu Chuli need to take skilful Sherpa climber to make your safety and successful climbing. Singu Chuli mountain demands experience climbers who had previous experience of technical blue ice including steep step climbing.
Nepal Guide Treks have an excellent team of Sherpa climbers who make your journey successful with a lifetime experience.
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