25 days
Trip Level
Group Size
6501 m

Singu Chuli falls on in Annapurna massif in the heart of Annapurna Base Camp. It is separated by south and west Annapurna glaciers, standing at 6501 meters. The Singu Chuli Climbing was successfully ascent by Wilf Noyce and David Cox in 1957. The Northeast face gave the name as a fluted peak. Besides that, easy access Singu-Chuli climbing makes for a magnificent view of Annapurna massif and secret Machhapuchre (Fishtail). This adventure offers а meaningful and enjoyable great cultural diversities since it passes through Machhapuchre and Annapurna Base Camp. It rewards panoramic views of the world’s tenth highest mountains, and the journey via poon hill is as much as paying for scenic and aesthetic appearance.

The climber requires good physical condition and mountain experience while heading to Singu Chuli, passing through a much accessible neighboring peak Tharpu Chuli (Tent Peak). It needs to generate two high camps at 4,900m and 5,500 meters to approach the North-East face and, finally, reach the Summit. A perpendicular ascending close to the peak appears to have some technical difficulties and requires ice-climbing experience. There is loose rock high possibility of the stone falling need to be kept alert while ascending. Landslide occurs numerous times due to global warming. So, it may cause us to change the route frequently.

Singu Chuli Climbing: Quick facts

Generate two high camps to facilitate the Summit. So, it helps to properly acclimitize
Unfrequent climbing peak with more technical difficulties but wonderful experience

Spectacular scenery, really admirable but a lifetime experience
No fixed route appeals to adventurous climbers but changes the route frequently


Singu Chuli Peak Climbing short itinerary

1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350 m).
2: Free day in Kathmandu.
3: Kathmandu – Pokhara (900m) 6h00.
4: Pokhara – Naya Pul – Ulleri (1400m).
5: Ulleri – Ghorepani (2850m) 5h00 walk.
6: Ghorepani – Poon hill (3210m) for sunrise – Tadapani (2590m) 6h00 walk
7 – 11: Tadapani – Tent Peak Base Camp (4,800 m)
12 – 17: Tent Peak Base Camp – Tent Peak Base Camp.
18: Tent Peak Base Camp – Machhapuchhre Base Camp. 5h00 walk.
19: Macchapucchre Base Camp – Sinuwa. 6h00 walk.
20: Sinuwa – Jhinudanda (1750m.) 4h00 walk.
21: Jhinudanda – Pothana (1600 m.) 5h00 walk.
22: Pothana – Dhampus Phedi. 3h00 walk.
23: Pokhara – Kathmandu 6 hours drive by tourist bus.
24: Free day in Kathmandu
25: Final departure.


Day 1: Arrival in Kathmandu (1350 m).

You will welcome at the airport by our representative and transfer to hotel.

Day 2: Free day in Kathmandu.

During the free day in Kathmandu you may have a chance to visit the heritage site of Kathmandu valley. Followed by pre-departure meeting in the evening conduct by a guide and will provide brief information regarding the trek about team introduction and formation, equipment and nature of trek.

Day 3: Kathmandu – Pokhara (900m) 6h00.

It is a picturesque drive from Kathmandu. Allowing you to see a spectacular view of mountains, beautiful landscapes, rivers and several villages along the route and take 6 hours by tourist bus

Day 4: Pokhara – Naya Pul – Ulleri (1400m).

A scenic drive from Pokhara to Naya pul through the hill station of Naudanda then drive down to Naya Pul and takes 2 hours by local bus. Arrange all the bag pack and trek to Ulleri crossing a bridge of Modi River, the trail leads ahead and get Tikhedunda by passing small villages along the trail. After crossing a suspension bridge, a steep climb with stairway to Ulleri. (Night in a lodge)

Day 5: Ulleri – Ghorepani (2850m) 5h00 walk.

The second day of the journey, an amazing uphill walk through the dense forest of rhododendron and get Ghorepani

Day 6: Ghorepani – Poon hill (3210m) for sunrise – Tadapani (2590m) 6h00 walk

Early morning, we hike up to Ghorepani (3210 m) which is very popular viewpoint in Annapurna region. We can see most of the splendid view of the mountain from the Dhaulagiri Range to Annapurna and incredible sunrise over the Himalayas from here. Then descend to Ghorepani and trek to Tadapani traversing through the dense forest of rhododendron and small villages.

Day 7: Tadapani – Chhomrong (2170m) 5h00 walk

It is steep down through the dense forest to Kyumrung Khola. After crossing a suspension bridge, the trail leads easy walking to Chhomrong where we can see a close view of Huichuli and Annapurna South.

Day 8: Chhomrong – Himalaya Hotel (2840m) 7h00 walk

The stairway trail does down along the Chhomrong village to Chhumrong Khola, after crossing a suspension bridge then gradually ascending to Sinuwa. This place is a peaceful place to see the beautiful landscape. Easy walk to Bamboo and Dovan then relatively climb up to Himalaya Hotel. (Lodge)

Day 9: Himalaya Hotel – Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m) 5h00 walk

The trail goes along the Modi Khola to Machhapurchhre Basecamp, passing through Hinku cave and Deurali. Hinku cave a place where trekkers were spent a night during the trek of Annapurna Base camp in the past. This area is the high risk of avalanche and needs to be alert while walking these points. (Lodge)

Day 10: Machhapuchhre Base Camp – Annapurna Base Camp (4130m) 2h30 walk

Spend a night in MBC, our journey to Annapurna Base Camp heart of the Annapurna massif where we can see 360° surrounding the Annapurna Base Camp. Annapurna Base Camp is not popular for trekking but also popular for peaks climbing as Tent peak, Singa chuli and more. These all major trekking peaks and Annapurna I, III, Machhapuchhre, Huichuli, and Annapurna South make the rewarding experience of the mountain.

Day 11: Annapurna Base Camp – Tent Peak Base Camp (4,800 m) 5h00 walk.

An adventurous footstep leads you to Tent Peak Base camp traversing by Annapurna glacier followed by steep ascent trail toward Tent Peak Base Camp by enjoying towering mountains in the Annapurna region.

Day 12: Tent Peak Base Camp – High Camp (5,200 m) 5h00 walk.

Trek from Ten Peak Base Camp (4,800m.) to High Camp (5,200m.), a steep climb up all the way and retains same splendid mountains of the region

Day 13: Acclimatization day!!!

This is a rest day for acclimatization to prepare gears, equipment for the summit of Singu-chuli.

Day 14: High Camp – Singu Chuli Camp I (5,500 m). 4h00 walk.

A challenging walk along the rock and icy path required technical knowledge of ice handling. But the views to be enjoyed are of Hiunchuli (6441m.), Annapurna South (7229m.), Annapurna I (8091m.), Fishtail Mountain, Varaha Shikhar Mountain, and many others.

Day 15:Singu Chuli Camp I to Singu Chuli Camp II (5,800 m) 5h00 walk.

This is an adventurous walk along icy glacier with huge rocks to get Singu – Chuli Camp II. But beautiful mountains scenery and its surrounding makes incredible experiences.

Day 16: Singu Chuli Camp II – summit (6,501m) – Singu Chuli Camp II.

Today, the dreaming day of the summit need to wake up early morning then steps towards summit crossing over the pristine glacier and icy rock. Once your dreams come true once reach on the summit and descend to High camp after the glorious victory over Singu – Chuli.

Day 17: Singu Chuli Camp II – Tent Peak Base Camp. 6h00 walk.

The trail descends to Tent peak Base camp along the same way to climb up.

Day 18: Tent Peak Base Camp – Machhapuchhre Base Camp. 5h00 walk.

A trail along the Annapurna glacier, gradually descend to Machhapuchhre Base Camp.

Day 19: Macchapucchre Base Camp – Sinuwa. 6h00 walk.

With the same mountains and natural scenery along the way down to Sinuwa which is crossed uphill to Annapurna Base Camp.

Day 20: Sinuwa – Jhinudanda (1750m.) 4h00 walk.

The same trail follows up to Chhomrong village then steep descend to Jhinu Danda. The place is popular for natural hot spring where trekkers will enjoy hot spring. The local people beliefs the skin disease will better while you take a bath in the hot spring.

Day 21: Jhinudanda – Pothana (1600 m.) 5h00 walk.

The trail along the Modi Khola until New Bridge; then crossing the river climb up to the largest village Landruk inhabitant by Gurung and Magar. Gradually, climb up to Deurali then get to Phothana passing by forests of rhododendrons, bamboo, oaks and beautiful terrains.

Day 22: Pothana – Dhampus Phedi. 3h00 walk.

A splendid view of mountains in background; beautiful village and its landscapes are visible way down to Dhampus Phedi. Then, drive back to Pokhara.

Day 23: Pokhara – Kathmandu 6 hours drive by tourist bus.

A long scenic drive takes 6-7 hours to Kathmandu from Pokhara. Crossing over the cultivated lands, local villages, en route along the Trisuli River arrive in Kathmandu at afternoon. Night at the hotel.

Day 24: Free day in Kathmandu

You have leisure day upon completion of your trek and have a chance to visit heritage site of Kathmandu valley or choosing you another adventure.

Day 25: Final departure.

You will transfer to the airport 3 hours before the scheduled flight.


DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Kathmandu International Airport
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 3 hours before the flight.
Airport transfer
Accommodations in Kathmandu and Pokhara
Accomodations and meals during the trek
ACAP and Peak permits
Transportation as per itinerary
A Professional climbing guide
Professional guide and porters
A First Aid Kits
Applicable Government Taxes
International Airfare
Nepal Visa fees
Meals in City
Personal Expenses
Travel Insurance
Guide and Porter gratuity

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