Singu Chuli

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Singu Chuli
Singu Chuli as viewed from the glacier between Singu and Tharpu Chuli
Highest point
Elevation 6,501 m (21,329 ft) [1][2]
Listing List of mountains in Nepal
Coordinates 28°35′14″N 83°52′59″E / 28.58722°N 83.88306°E / 28.58722; 83.88306Coordinates: 28°35′14″N 83°52′59″E / 28.58722°N 83.88306°E / 28.58722; 83.88306
Singu Chuli is located in Nepal
Singu Chuli
Singu Chuli
Location in Nepal
Location Annapurna, Nepal
Parent range Annapurna Himal
First ascent June 13, 1957 by Wilfrid Noyce & David Cox[3]
Easiest route snow ridge, ice climbing, rock climbing

Singu Chuli (also known as Fluted Peak) is one of the trekking peaks in the Nepali Himalaya range. The peak is located just west of Ganggapurna in the Annapurna Himal. A climbing permit from the NMA costs $350 USD for a team of up to four members. The peak requires ice climbing equipment.


  1. ^ "NMA Peaks". Nepal Mountaineering Association. Retrieved 2009-12-27. 
  2. ^ a b Annapurna; Tilicho & Naar-Phu (Map). 1:125,000. Cartography by Himalayan Maphouse Pvt Ltd. Nepa Maps. August 2009. § C4. ISBN 99933-2-307-1. 
  3. ^ Climbing the Fish's Tail by Wilfrid Noyce, William Heinemann Ltd, 1958