About Singh Chuli Peak Climbing

Singu Chuli Climbing is an adventurous climbing journey that leads you to the top of the third highest trekking peaks in Nepal. This peak is also known as Fluted Peak and is situated in the Annapurna Sanctuary adjoined Tharphu Chuli and across Hiunchuli peaks. Singu Chuli Peak is a very attractive peak, but scaling this peak is a real deal. The steepness of the mountain makes climbing tough. Moreover, you have to cross many icefalls, snow walls, and crevasses before reaching the summit.

Singu Chuli Peak Climbing is more than just climbing a peak. You will get to see stunning Annapurna Himalayas, gorgeous sceneries, and rich culture of the locals. We have designed out Singu Chuli Climbing 26 Days including the most beautiful villages of the region. You will explore Ghorepani village surrounded by rhododendron trees and hike up the Poon Hill Viewpoint to witness mesmerizing sunrise. Before heading towards Singu Chuli Peak Base Camp, you will pass by Annapurna Base Camp. The trail is insanely adventurous and also crosses avalanche-prone areas.

You will be trekking in the Annapurna region, which is home to many flora and fauna. During the trekking, you will be crossing different climatic zones and get to see numerous vegetations. Likewise, people from Gurung, Magar, Thakali, Brahaman, Chhetri lives in this part of Nepal. During the journey, you will get to see the lifestyle, culture, and practices of the locals.

Join one of our departure dates or contact us to design your ideal journey with us. We are open to tailor-made itinerary as well.

Highlights of Singh Chuli Peak Climbing

  • Explore beautiful Ghorepani village
  • Hike to Poon Hill to see the gorgeous sunrise
  • Adventurous trail
  • Pass through an avalanche-prone area
  • Spend overnight in Machhapuchhre Base Camp and Annapurna Base Camp
  • Trek through many dense forests of rhododendron, fir, juniper, and oak
  • Reach the top of third highest trekking peak in Nepal, Singu Chuli Peak
  • Witness panoramic views of Himalayan mountains like Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Nilgiri, Tukuche Peak, Mt. Gangapurna, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Langtang Himal, Tharphu Chuli, Hiunchuli etc


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One of our team representatives will wait for you at Tribhuvan International Airport to welcome you. He will take you to the hotel and help you with check-in. Before leaving you, he will shortly brief you about the day program. Rest for a few hours, and later stroll on the vibrant streets of Thamel. You will then meet with other team members over a welcome dinner organized by the company. 

  • Hotel
  • Welcome dinner only

Today, you will drive to Pokhara, the second biggest city in Nepal. The drive to Pokhara will be scenic and long. You will be accompanied by lush green hills, small settlements, dense forests, rivers, and waterfalls during the drive. Upon reaching Pokhara, head to the hotel and rest. Later, in the evening, you can explore the Lakeside market and do boating on clam Few Lake. Or, just end your day dining in a restaurant overlooking a lovely sunset. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast & Lunch

After having breakfast, you drive to Nayapul, the starting point of the trek. From here, you pass through lush forests and villages to reach Ulleri. You will also cross a few bridges before reaching Ulleri. 

  • Lodge
  • BLD

Trekking through lovely rhododendron forests and fine villages, you reach Ghorepani. Ghorepani is a very famous and beautiful village surrounded by rhododendron trees and mountains. You will get welcome with stunning views of snow-capped mountains in this village.

  • Lodge
  • BLD

Wake up early in the morning and go on a short hike to Poon Hill Viewpoint. It is a very popular viewpoint in the Annapurna region that is located just above Ghorepani village. From Poon Hill, you get to witness striking sunrise along with views of Himalayan mountains like Mt. Nilgiri, Mt. Annapurna, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Tukuche Peak, Mt. Machhapuchhre, Lamjung Himal, etc. After spending some time at the viewpoint, you descend to Ghorepani to have breakfast and begin trekking towards Tadapani. Trekking on a steep trail, you pass by Deurali and goes through dense forests to Banthanti. From here, you walk for another hour and reach Tadapani.

  • Lodge
  • BLD

The trail descends through lush forest and crosses a suspension bridge. Further, you gradually ascend and reach Gurjung. Taking a small lunch break here, you climb up to and pass and continue trekking towards Chhomrong. It is a beautiful Gurung village with lovely views of snow-capped mountains.

  • Lodge
  • BLD

Leaving Chhomrong behind, you descend to a river that you will cross on a suspension bridge. The trail then ascends to Sinuwa village and passes through dense forests until you reach Bamboo. Here, you will have lunch and continue walking through another dense forest crossing small tremas to reach Dovan.

  • Lodge
  • BLD

The trail gradually ascends towards Machhapuchhre Base Camp. Technically, it is not the base camp of Machhpuchhre because this mountain is banned to climb. On the way, you will pass by avalanche-prone area as well. 

  • Lodge
  • BLD

Today, you will slowly ascend and reach Annapurna Base Camp. From the base camp, you get to see tempting views of the Himalayas and its surroundings. As you will stay in camp, it gets ready by the crew members. 

  • Camp
  • BLD

In the coming two days, you will climb up to Singu Chuli Base Camp from Annapurna Base Camp. The route will be a little tough and covered with snow. Upon reaching the base camp of Singu Chuli Peak, you will see the camp along with your team members and rest for a couple of nights before heading toward Camp I and Camp II.

  • Camp
  • BLD

You will slowly ascend to Camp I and then to Camp II. As the elevation is slowly rising, you will feel tired quickly. The route to these two camps includes walking on glacier and snow. During the climbing, you will also take enough rests and get acclimatized with the increased altitude. Your guide will also teach you basic techniques of climbing to increase your confidence. 

  • Camp
  • BLD

From here onwards begins the actual climbing period. You will slowly push towards the summit while carefully analyzing weather and route. Your guide will fix the rope whenever it is required and help you cross the difficult sections. You will reach the summit and spend some time.

After that, the returning journey begins. Following the same route, you will gradually descend to the base camp. You will also clean all the camping areas, and carry all the waste with yourself to decompose it at the lower elevation. 

  • Camp
  • BLD

It is an extra day to keep apart in case of bad weather or flight delays. The weather up there cannot be predicted, therefore this day will help to fill in. If everything goes as per plan, you can use this day in Pokhara or Kathmandu to explore. 

  • Camp
  • BLD

Following the same trail, you descend from Singu Chuli Base Camp to Annapurna Base Camp. Further, trekking through the avalanche-prone area, you reach Machhapuchhre Base Camp.

  • Lodge
  • BLD

Leaving Machhapuchhre Base Camp, you head towards Bamboo. The trail will follow the same path. 

  • Lodge
  • BLD

Trekking through small villages and dense forests, you descend to Jhinu Danda. At Jhinu Danda, you will find natural hot springs, where you can take a relaxing bath and unwind yourself. 

  • Lodge
  • BLD

After having breakfast, you will drop down to Nayapul through villages like Birethanti. From Nayapul, you will drive to Pokhara. You can spend the evening exploring around and doing shopping. 

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast & Lunch

You will drive to Kathmandu enjoying a beautiful landscape. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you move to the hotel. You have an extra day in Kathmandu that you can use to explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites. On the last, you will have a farewell dinner organized by the company.

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast & Farewell Dinner

Your adventurous journey comes to an end. With a heavy heart and pocket full of memories, you will fly back to your home. One of our team members

    Good to Know

    Why go on Singu Chuli Peak Climbing with us?

    We provide authentic service. Our itinerary is well-planned and guided by professional climbers who have summited Singu Chuli Peak. We are a team of active climbers and mountaineers who have climbed many peaks including the world's highest mountain, Everest. While traveling with us, you will be in a safe hand. We are fully aware of all the issues that may arise during the climbing, therefore we are fully prepared for all the issues.

    Singu Chuli Peak Climbing route

    This adventurous trip begins with a short drive from Pokhara to Nayapul, the starting point of the trek. From here, you will trek through dense forests and beautiful villages like Ghorepani, Chomrong, Dovan, and reach Annapurna Base Camp. The trail gradually ascends to Singh Chuli Base Camp. From here onwards, you will prepare and slowly move towards the summit of the summit.

    During the climbing, you have to cross several crevasses, icefalls, and snow walls. The route to the summit is strenuous and steep. Our professional guide will help you fix the rope whenever required and support you to reach the top of the peak and get back safely.

    Best time to go Singu Chuli Peak Climbing

    March to May i.e. Spring and October to November i.e. Autumn is the most preferable time of the year to go Singu Chuli Peak Climbing. The weather is more stable, with a moderate climate perfect for climbing.

    Singu Chuli Peak Climbing difficulty

    Climbing Singu Chuli Peak is very difficult. The trail is steep, which makes the walk tough. Plus, before the summit, you have to cross a 100-foot high block of ice, which is difficult. There are many icefalls as well that you have to overcome before reaching the summit. Moreover, you have to use the same route to descend back as well. You need to be in good health and physical fitness to go on Singu Chuli Peak climbing. Prior trekking experience is important.

    Altitude Sickness Symptoms & Prevention

    Altitude sickness is an illness that usually occurs during a high elevation journey if the body did not get acclimatized with the elevation. It can happen to anyone regardless of their age and physical fitness. Therefore it is very important to take proper measures during the trek/climbing to avoid it. We Dream Peak are well-known with this issue and hence are extremely attentive towards all the members.

    Below you can read about symptoms and prevention of altitude sickness:

    Symptoms of altitude sickness:-

    • headache
    • nausea and vomiting
    • dizziness
    • tiredness
    • loss of appetite
    • shortness of breath

    Prevention of altitude sickness:-

    • Include an adequate number of rest days during the trek/climbing
    • Avoid climbing more than 300-500 meters a day
    • Make sure you're drinking enough water
    • Eat a light but high-calorie diet
    • Avoid alcohol
    • Avoid smoking
    • Inform your guide immediately so that he can take proper action on time
    • Drop down to lower altitude and rest for a few days until symptoms getaway

    Food & Water during Singu Chuli Peak Climbing

    In the lodge, the food will be served as per their menu. Dishes like dal bhat tarkari, curries, eggs, bread, momo, sandwich, meat, bakery items, thukpa, etc can be seen. The menu can get extensive in the lower altitude in comparison to high altitude. During the camping, all the meals and snacks are prepared and served by the porters. Our porters have professional cooking training, and they can cook all the meals.

    Water is available everywhere. You can find boiled water as well as plastic water bottles. We request you to carry a reusable water bottle with yourself instead of buying a plastic water bottle and fill it every time it gets empty. You can also carry water purification tablets for extra safety.

    Accommodation during Singu Chuli Peak Climbing

    Lodge and camping are the two main accommodations of Singu Chuli Peak. In villages, you will stay overnight in a lodge. Lodge provides decent rooms good enough to stay overnight. You will get the basics like a bed, blanket, pillow, and a few pieces of furniture. Also, know that rooms are mostly on a twin-sharing basis with common washrooms.

    From base camp onwards, you will stay overnight in camps. All the necessary tents and equipment are carried along with you. Your guide and porters will help you set the tent. There will be different tents for dining, washrooms, and sleeping.

    Singu Chuli Peak Climbing cost

    Singu Chuli Peak Climbing cost can vary from one company to another. It is because of the services you will get during the trek and climbing. During the climbing period, you have to stay overnight in camps that eventually increases the cost of the package because every little thing from dining to toilets need to be carried at that elevation. Regardless, at Dream Peak, we assure you to give the most genuine price and the best service. Get in touch with us to know more about the price of the package.

    Environmental Practices

    The protection and preservation of the environment while running adventurous trips is very important for us. We take many different measures during our journey to the unspoiled Himalayas. From encouraging not to use plastic water bottles to carry our waste down to the cities to get it recycled or composted are few of the actions that we are taking.

    Likewise, we also work closely with the locals of all the regions and help them either by providing a way to earn a living or donating. While traveling with us, you will not only explore but also contribute to the protection and upliftment of the region.

    Singu Chuli Peak Climbing Packing List

    We want you to know that you can rent or buy all the gears in Kathmandu. There are several options from medium range brands to high-end brands for all budget types.

    • Clothing
    • Sun hat/scarf
    • Fleece jacket with wind-Stopper
    • Waterproof shell jacket
    • Down vest and/or jacket
    • Lightweight gloves/Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer
    • Light and expedition weight thermal bottoms
    • Fleece/wool pants
    • Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
    • Thick, warm wool hiking socks
    • Hiking boots with spare laces
    • Sunglasses with UV protection


    • Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees Fahrenheit
    • Trekking poles
    • Headlamp
    • Trek bag-pack
    • Basic First Aid Kit
    • Daypack
    • Thermo-rest sleeping pad
    • Water bottles

    Climbing gears

    • Climbing harness
    • Ice ax
    • crampons
    • Mountaineering boots
    • AscenderDescender/Abseil device
    • Rope
    • Snow bar
    • Ice hammer
    • Helmet (optional)


    • Quick-drying towel/Small wash towel
    • Soap (biodegradable)
    • Toothbrush/paste biodegradable)
    • Deodorants
    • Face and body moisturizer
    • Nail clippers
    • Small mirror
    • Tissue paper/toilet roll
    • Anti-bacterial Hand wash


    • Trail Map/Guide book
    • Binocular
    • Reading book
    • Journal & Pen
    • Pencils and small notebooks
    • Camera with extra batteries