Singu Chuli Peak Climbing (6501m) is one of the most revitalizing trekking peask in Annapurna Region popular among peak climbers the world across. Singu Chuli Peak Climbing Cost varies agency to agency, ranging between USD$3000 and USD$4500 Himalayan Wild Treks has limited Singu Chuli Climbing Cost to USD$2200 per person, In addition, Himalayan Wild Treks has also well designed Singu Chuli Peak Climbing Map and traveler-friendly Singu Chuli Climbing Itinerary. This trekking and peak climbing takes you through Annapurna Sanctuary, Annapurna Base Camp and Pokhara city, which are the major attractions of this trail.
Both amateur and novice climbers can climb Singu Chuli Peak. However, having technical skills is a must. The summit push involves technical challenge which requires a good knowledge about climbing the peak with proper use of climbing gear. Singu Chuli stands with its intimidating outlook right above Modi Khola River Valley. Known as fluted peak, Singu Chuli is the most climbed from the South Ridge. As it appears profoundly formidable from Annapurna Base Camp, it offers a very strong sense of adventure. This peak is specially known for excellent mountain views.
Wilfred Noyce and David Coax were the first mountaineers to set thier foot on the summit of Singu Chuli, which is linked with Tharpu Chuli and Tent Peak. The route to Singu Chuli involves hiking through Modi Khola gorge and and Annapurna Base Camp. The top of Singu Chuli is a viewpoint for Annapurna Mountain Range and other neighboring peaks. The stiff segment right below the summit poses challenge and adventure. However, you will be soon rewarded by the astounding view of the mountains below while standing on the top of Singu Chuli.
Technically put, we start Singu Chuli Climb with a brief sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kathmandu prior to the flight to Pokhara (800m), from where we hike to Nayapul (1070m), Ghorepani (3210m), Poon Hill (3510m), Tatopani(34871m), Chhomrong (2170m) en route to Dobhan (2650m), Machhapuchhre Base Camp(4130m), Annapurna Base Camp(4243m), finally arriving at Singa Chuli Base Camp(5400m). After the successful ascent of Singa Chuli, we trace back to Machhapuchre Base Camp, Jhinu Dada (3321m) and Nayapul (1070), all the way back to Pokhara (800m), finally bringing the trekking to an end.
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Itinerary for Singu Chuli Peak Climbing
Hilights of Singu Chuli Peak
A scenic flight to Pokhara after the sightseeing of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kthmandu takes us to Annapurna Region, which is also known as the paradise for photographers. Singu Chuli Peak Climbing involves climbing of Singu Chuli which is suitable both for novices as well as experienced climbers. Time spent in Pokhara viewing Machhapuchhre and other mountain ranges becomes a great memory. Most climbed from the South Ridge, Singhu Chuli is popular for the mountain views. The striking hospitality and cultural spectrum of Gurung and Magar ethnic groups in Pokhara makes this trekking phenomenal.
Singu Chuli Climbing Difficulty
Singu Chuli Climbing is one of the most sought after trekking regions in Annapurna Region, categorized as a moderate trekking peak in terms of difficulty and adventure it offers the climbers the world over. Any fresher or veteran can climb this peak with ease but then again having technical knowledge is mandatory. The climbers for this peak are supposed to have good skills and knowledge to use the climbing gear properly. As the peak stands straight above the Modi River, the peak offers an utmost sense of adventure blended with its pristine peace and tranquility. Most the ease, it is frequently climbed from the South Ridge. There will be acclimatization to help you adjust to the environment and a short climbing training conducted at the base camp is supposed to be insightful.
Best Season for Singhu Chuli
Among the four distinct seasons, Autumn, Spring, Winter and Summer, most of the tourists are after Autumn and Spring Season. Autumn Season offers crystal clear days which are neither too cold nor too hot. Even the days are peaceful and tranquil. Besides, Spring Season is another popular season among the travelers in Nepal.Spring brings beauty and fragrance in the atmosphere as the buds start flowering and the greenery covers the hills below the snowline. Travelers are found even in the summer and winter seasons but they state that winter tends to be cold and summer comes with intermittent rain and snowfall while the sky remains overcast, blocking the moutnain views.
Physical fitness for Singhu Chuli
Staying physically fit is important not only at home but also for the long travel and tours and it is a must when it comes to traveling in the geographically complex and challeging mountainside. You are not demanded to be super fit with muscles and abds but basic level of fitness is indispensable for the successful climb of the peak. The fitter you are the more interesting the ascent will be. You will have to walk six to seven hours contiually on the adventurous and serrated alpine trail wich is nothing like a stroll in the park. And to be physically obese would mean to encounter more hostilities like altitude sickness which every traveler want to avoid.
Singhu Chuli Climbing Weather
Weather is another significat factor regarding climbing peaks or hiking up in the mountainside. And it is no surprise that every tourist look for a good weather. We are constrained by the time you have with you to design the trekking or peak climbing. As far as a good weather is concerned you ought to go for March, April and May in Spring and September, October and November in Autumn. Without being neurotic about weather, you might as well choose December, January and February, the cold months and June, July and August, the summer hot months, when there might be intermittent rainfall and overcast days.
How to reach Singhu Chuli
To state technically, Singhu Chuli Climbing starts with a brief sightseeing of the major UNESCO Word Heritage Site in Kathmandu valley then we either take a flight or drive a bus to Pokhara (800m), from where we hike to Nayapul, a city near Pokhara and to Ghorepani, Poon Hill, from where we will see a morning sunrise. Then we move to Tatopani, Chhomrong en route to Dobhan traversing into Machhapuchhre Base Camp. From ABC, we hike to Annapurna Base Camp, finally arriving at Singhu Chuli Base Camp(5400m). After the successful ascent of Singa Chuli, we trace back to Machhapuchre Base Camp, Jhinu Dada and Nayapul retracing all the way back to Pokhara.
Singhu Chuli Permit Fees
1. Spring season (March, April, May)- USD 400
2. Autumn season (September, October, November)– USD 200
3. Winter season (December, January, February)- USD 100
4. Summer season (June, July, August)- USD 100
The permit fee mentioned above is set and brought into effect by Nepal Mountaineering Association, which remains unchanged up until the next amendment. As you take a glance, April is much more expensive than the rest, which is because April is the most favored seasons of all. Besides, Autum is the second most favorite season thereby the second most expensive as it is mentioned.