Singu Chuli

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A 'trekking' peak, but this is no indication of the difficulties. Try reading "Himalaya Alpine Style" by Stephen Venables/ Andy Fanshawe for a description, or of course Bill O'Connor's book The Trekking Peaks of Nepal. Right in the centre of the Annapurna sanctuary, with the views and exposure that this brings, Singu Chuli is a fantastic looking peak that seems much more daunting viewed from Annapurna base camp than it's height suggests. This impression grows the closer you get. Various routes are possible but the south ridge dominates the eye. Combined with Tharpu Chuli, its much easier neighbour, it makes] a great and cheap proposition for serious himalayan climbing in fantastic scenery without the crowds

Elevation (feet): 21,328
Elevation (meters): 6,501
Continent: Asia
Country: Nepal
Range/Region: Central Nepal Himalaya
Latitude: 28.587328
Longitude: 83.882963
Difficulty: Major Mountain Expedition
Best months for climbing: Oct
First successful climber(s): Wilfred Noyce and party
Nearest major airport: Pokhara
Convenient Center: Pokhara

Thanks to nick mills and Terrill Thompson for contributing to these details. (View history)

Trip Reports

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  • Log #17107 - by nick mills on Mar 10, 2002
    the south ridge is a fantastic maze of cornices that can extend either or both ways. Safe route finding is very difficult and the ridge itself presents a long and difficult objective. If anyone...