Singu Chuli is also known as Fluted Peak. This mountain can be seen from the Annapurna South Base Camp. But the true shape of the mountain, with its pointed ridge of snow and ice, is seen from the moraines above the lodge. The normal ascent route of Singu Chuli is the northeast face.
We first follow the standard trekking trail to Machhapuchhre Base Camp. From Machhapuchere Base camp we cross the South Annapurna Glacier. Then after we use moraines as a base camp at 4200m which we need to reach grassy meadows. And then we climb the glacier northwards to reach a ridge where we will set up a high camp, at 4900m. From this camp we continue climbing, between the glacier and the flank of the mountain, to reach a plateau below the north-east face. Here just below the center of the face we will set up camp at 5600m. We now climb towards the right side of the face to reach a 120m vertical wall. For climbing vertical wall we overcome by taking a gully on the left. We then climb steep steps to gain the upper section of the east ridge which we follow to the summit.
Note: B=Breakfast, L= Lunch, D=Dinner