Singu Chuli Peak Climbing
Singu Chuli Peak (6501 m) also called fluted peak. It was first scaled by Wilf Noyce and David Cox via North East Face. The Singu Chuli peak Climbing is very difficult to climb for most commercial climbing groups who wish to concentrate on Tent Peak. It is the major summit on the long ridge spread down from Tarke Kang (Glacier Dome), which got separated by South and West Annapurna Glaciers. Annapurna South Base Camp provides the scenic distant view of the mountain. This mountain lies to the North of Tharpu Chuli along a connecting ridge. Singu Chuli Peak Climbing is…
Singu Chuli Peak (6501 m) also called fluted peak. It was first scaled by Wilf Noyce and David Cox via North East Face. The Singu Chuli peak Climbing is very difficult to climb for most commercial climbing groups who wish to concentrate on Tent Peak. It is the major summit on the long ridge spread down from Tarke Kang (Glacier Dome), which got separated by South and West Annapurna Glaciers. Annapurna South Base Camp provides the scenic distant view of the mountain.
This mountain lies to the North of Tharpu Chuli along a connecting ridge. Singu Chuli Peak Climbing is in much stiffer proposition than Tharpu Chuli Peak Climbing. It is the highest of all the trekking peaks in the area. The normal approach is a day or two beyond Machapuchare Base Camp. It has the remotest feel of all the trekking peaks in the area. This mountain often climbs after an acclimatization ascent of Tharpu Chuli.
The approach to the ascent route with expert guides of Great Adventure follows a shelf above the west bank of the west Annapurna Glacier, skirting around the base of the mountain’s rocky east ridge to reach the base of the North-East Face, which is unseen, even from the moraines above the Machapuchhere Base Camp. In fact, the best distant view of this peak you will get is from Annapurna South base.
- Trekking to the Annapurna Base camp experiencing the heavenly surrounding of the Annapurna region
- Pass the iconic villages and explore the lifestyle of the local people of the Annapurna region
- Adventure of climbing one of the technical peaks of Nepal
- Stunning view of sunrise from Poon hill
- An opportunity to explore the cultural diversity of different ethnic groups such as Gurung, Sherpa, Magar, etc. and their hospitality
- Visit Jhinu Danda to enjoy a hot spring
- Exploring around the Annapurna Conservation Area
We take early drive from Kathmandu to Pokhara (914 m.). It takes about six hours drive to reach Pokhara from Katmandu. We follow Trisuli River and Marsyangdi River while on drive to Pokhara. Besides, we also see heavily terraced fields and small hill towns to the Seti River that take us directly to Pokhara. Pokhara is tourist’s paradise with full of natural as well as cultural heritage sites such as lakes, caves, temples of Buddhist and Hindus along with mountains. We will be fortunate enough to observe views of stunning Phewa Tal (lake) and the mountain ranges such as the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.
Today, we drive from Pokhara (915 m.) to Nayapul (1050 m.) by car, which takes approximately one and half hours drive. From Nayapul (1050 m.), we trek to Tirkhedhunga (1577 m.). via Birethanti (1065 m.) which takes about four and half hours normal walk. The first part of this trek is easy passing through numerous small villages and settlements. Afterwards we could ascend gently to the final destination of the day. The majority of the people in this locality are Gurung and their religion is Buddhism. They are engaged in agricultural activities, tourism business and also some are employed in Gorkha and Indian regiments.
Today, we trek from Tirkhedhunga to Ghorepani (2675 mt.) and it takes about six hours reach our today’s destination. We could ascend steeply for the early 2 hours and then ascend gently passing through Ulleri (2070m.) and Banthanti, Magar villages. On the way, one could see good view of Machhapuchhare or Fish Tail (6997m.), Hiunchuli (6441m.), and Annapurna (7219m.) South. Now the trail is quite easier passing through rhododendron and shadowy trees and descends gently up to the final camp. We could also see some of the wild life such as monkey and various species of birds.
Tadapani (2675mt.)We start our trek from Ghorepani to Poon Hill (3180 m.) to Tadapani (2675m.) which takes about five and half hours. Early morning , we trek to Poon Hill (3232 m.) to enjoy the sunrise view over Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m.), Tukuche Peak (6920 m.), Nilgiri (6940m.), Varaha Shikhar (7847 m.), Mt. Annapurna I (8091 m.), Annapurna South (7219 m.), Annapurna III (7855 m.), Machhapuchhare (6993 m.), Annapurna IV (7525 m.), Annapurna II (7937 m.), Lamjung Himal (6931 m.) and other numerous snowcapped mountain peaks. Having breakfast, we trek from Ghorepani to Tadapani (2650 m.). After walking for almost one and half hour, we reach Gurung Hill which has the splendid mountain views as Poon Hill. We finally reach Tadapani which is a small village surrounded by beautiful forests that provides a magnificent view of Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Fishtail, Annapurna II and many more.
From Tadapani (2675 m.), we trek to Ghandruk (1950 m.) and it takes about three hours normal walk. It is quite easy to trek in this section by descending gently all the way through the forest of rhododendron, oak and others. We are also fortunate enough to hear different kinds of birds chirping along the trail. This is one of the popular destinations for the birds’ lover trekkers. Ghandruk is a big Gurung village. One can also observe the Gurung museum. We can view Annapurna South, Hiunchuli, Gangapurna (7455 m.), Annapurna III (7755 m.) and Fishtail from this village.
It is our turn to trek from Ghandruk to Chhomrong (2040 m.).It takes approximately four hours to reach Chhomrong from Ghandruk. We could ascend gently for an hour up to Ghandrukkot (2100 m.) and descend steeply to the Kimron Khola (1700 m.). Chhumrung is a gateway to Annapurna Sanctuary trek and the village is dominated by Gurung.
We trek from Chhomrong to Bamboo (2340 m.) and it takes about five hours to reach. Leaving Chhomrong behind, the trail descends on a stone staircase and crosses the Chhomrong Khola through a suspension bridge. High above the Modi Khola on its west bank, the trail passes through the tiny settlement of Tilicho in forests of bamboo, rhododendron and oak. Climbing further on a rocky trail we reach three hotels at Sinuwa, at 2350m. In winter, it’s common to find snow elsewhere from this point. Descend a long, steep stone staircase into deep bamboo and rhododendron forests. Finally, we reach Bamboo Lodge (2340 m.).
Today, we trek from Bamboo to Deurali (3230 m.) which is about a five hours distance. We trek gently through bamboo forests with varieties of rhododendron and oak trees. We reach Dovan (2630 m.) where there are few lodges and camp sites available. From Dovan, we pass through muddy trail which traverses high above the river. There is debris of avalanches except during winter season. After having walked a short distance, we reach at Himalayan Hotel (2900 m.). Beyond it, the trail is steeply ascent up to Hinko Cave (3160 m.) and after walking twenty minutes from Hinko Cave, we reach Deorali (3230 m.)
After having lunch at Deurali, we trek to Annapurna Base Camp (4170 m.) via Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3820 m.). From here, the valley widens and becomes less steep. As the trail continues into the sanctuary, it crosses two avalanche tracks on a narrow trail that hurdles up against the cliffs. After a short trek we will be at Bagar (3310m.).The normal trail follows the left side of the valley and we reach Machhapuchhare Base Camp (3820 m.). One can view beautiful mountains such as Mount Hiunchuli (6441 m.), Annapurna South (7229 m.), Annapurna I (8091 m.), Annapurna III (7555 m.), Gangapurna (7454 m.) and Machhapuchhare or Fish Tail (6997 m.) from the BC. After a short trek, we approach Annapurna Base Camp (4170 m.).
at Annapurna Base Camp (4,100) for acclimatization and also for the preparation of summit.
We start trekking from Annapurna Base Camp to Ten Peak Base Camp. Along the trail, we cross Annapurna glacier to follow the steep ascent trail all the way to Ten Peak Base Camp. On the way one can enjoy the panoramic views of Hiunchuli (6441 m.), Annapurna South (7229 m.), Annapurna I (8091 m.), Fishtail Mountain, Barahashikhar Mountain and many others.
We slowly trek from Ten Peak Base Camp (4,800 m.) to High Camp(5,200 m.) and again we come back to Ten Base Camp. Today, we can enjoy the panoramic views of Hiunchuli (6441 m.), Annapurna South (7229 m.), Annapurna I (8091 m.), Fishtail Mountain, Barahashikhar Mountain, etc.
Ten Peak High CampRest at Ten Peak High Camp for acclimatization
We climb High Camp to Singu Chuli Camp I (5,500m.).The trail is rocky and covered by icy glacier. The views to be enjoyed are of Hiunchuli (6441m.), Annapurna South (7229m.), Annapurna I (8091m.), Fishtail Mountain, Barahashikhar Mountain, etc.
From Singu Chuli Camp I, we trek to Singu Chuli Camp II (5,800) which is situated about five hours walking distance.
Today we trek from Singu Chuli Camp II to summit (6,501 m) and trek back to Singu Chuli Camp II itself.
It is our turn to trek to Singu Chuli Camp II to Ten Peak Base Camp which is a distance of about six hours walk.
We trek from Macchapucchre Base Camp to Sinuwa through the forest and reach Bamboo. After Bamboo, the trail goes steeply up to the Kuldi Ghar and now we finally reach Sinuwa. Few tea houses are seen at Sinuwa.
Today, we trek from Sinuwa to Jhinudanda (1750 m.). We gradually descend to the Chhumrong Khola and almost after an hour, we reach Chhumrong. The last part of the trail is steeply down to Jhinudanda. From this place, we walk down for 20 minutes to reach Hot Spring at the bank of the Modi Khola. We relax at Hot Spring.
It is our turn to trek from Jhinudanda to Pothana (1600 m.) which is situated at a distance of five hours. The first part of the trek is descending to Himal Pani. Here one can enjoy the stunning waterfall. After a short trek, we will be at Landruk (1640 m.), a pretty big village inhabited by mixed community of Gurung, Magar and Brahmin. Now the trail gently ascends to Tolka (1850 m.) and then ascends and level path to Bherikharka. From Bherikharka, the trail goes steeply up to Deorali (2100 m.) with a view of different mountain peaks in panorama. Now the trail gradually descends to Pothana passing through different oak jungle. Pothana is a small village dominated by Gurung community.
Today, we trek from Pothana to Dhampus Phedi and drive to Pokhara by car. Sightseeing around Pokhara Valley.
We take our early drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist mini While driving from Pokhara to Kathmandu, you head up to Damauli,, Dumre, Muglin and Kurintar where the Nepal’s first Cable car is operated to reach to Manakamana Temple. En route, you could enjoy the mountain views, green sceneries, rice terrace fields, vegetable fields and people being engaged in their daily life activities. From Naubishe you climb up to Thankot, the gateway to capital city. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you are taken to the hotel, farewell dinner in the hotel
Back home destination
1. Airport Pick-up and Drop Off,
2. Licensed and trained trekking guides,
3. potters for carrying goods and supplies,
4. Meal on full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner, tea & coffee) basis during the trek
5. 3 Nights Accommodation in the 3/4/5 Star Hotel in Kathmandu with B & B. (Bed
6. All accommodation during the trek.
7. All meals and hot beverages during the trek.
8. Transportation to and from trail head.
9. All necessary documents and permits for trekking (where applicable)
10. National Park/Conservation Area entry Permit, Insurance, and equipment for the staffs.
11. Coordination of quick Rescue service (Costs covered by your Insurance Plan)
12. Trekking staffs wages etc.
13. 1 hr. trekker massage after your trek.
14. Welcome and Fare well dinner in a Nepali Cultural Dance restaurant in Kathmandu.
15. Domestic Flight Ticket (If any) and Duffle Bag
16. Trekking Staff Insurance of $10,000 Per Person. and Climbing Sherpa Insurance of $19,000 Per Person.
17. Trekking Map, T-shirt, and Trekking certificate.
18. Exclusive of Medical Kit Bag
19. All Government and local Taxes
20. International Flight ticket re-confirmation.
21. Meals will be Start when your Trek starts.
22. Climbing Permits, Climbing Sherpa Bonus
23. Climbing Equipments except your Climbing Boot.
1. International Airfares,
2. Travel/Trekking Insurance,
3. Excess baggage charges More than 16kg and hand bag more than 5 kg in
4. Visa fees.
5. Airport Departure Taxes.
6. Drinks (Cold and Alcoholic) Rescue charge.
7. Tips for The staffs.
8. Expenses of Personnel nature and Permit and Liaison officer fee (where Applicable.
9. Meals during stay in the Kathmandu and Pokhara.
10. Domestic Ticket Etc.
11. Extra Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
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