Location: Nepal, Asia
Singu Chuli formerly known, as Fluted Peak is the 3rd highest amongst the "Trekking Peaks" of Nepal and situated in the Annapurna Sanctuary adjoined to Tharpu Chuli and across Hiunchuli trekking peaks placing a privileged, splendid amphitheatre of glaciers and nodes with, in background the mythical southern face of Annapurna. This peak is really an attractive but difficult, one that has proven too difficult for commercial climbing groups. Part of the problem is the steepness of the mountain but the final problem is the summit: a 100-foot high block of ice coated with snow. There are a number of different routes on the mountain with icefalls.
We have to do it by trekking all carefully between cultivated hills and terraces, marked out by prosperous villages Gurungs. Since the base Camp of Machhapuchhre, we will leave full north towards a less visited wild valley. We arrive at the base camp of Singu Chuli in six or seven days walk from the road head near Pokhara and place a base camp at around 4350m/ 14668ft and then place two higher camps one at 4,900m/16,000ft at the approach of North East Face and the other at 5,500m/18,000ft. on the North East Face of the mountain to before the summit is gained. Some vertical wall near the summit poses some technical challenge on this climb.
This trek is strongly recommended for excellent mountain views. You will enjoy the great cultural diversity in the Ghandruk-Chhomorong, Ghorepani. Before entering the Fish Tail (Machhapuchhare Base Camp) and Annapurna Base Camp, you can enjoy the Panoramic views of the world's highest mountains. A trained guide is needed to climb these peaks. Otherwise, the peak permit is restricted. It is rule and regulation from the Nepal Mountaineering Association.