Tharpu chuli peak is situated in the heart of the Annapurna Sanctuary. It is an attractive mountain. The Sanctuary is an amphitheater, with a range of impressive Himalayan Peaks forming a vast bowl, accessible only from the South through the Modi Khola River valley. The immense South Face of Annapurna South (7291m), situated at the head of the Annapurna South Glacier, guards the Western flank of the Sanctuary. And right in the middle this all is Tharpu but also seeing ranges of mountain scenery. Tharpu Chuli is 5663m. Where the surrounding peaks are presented in all their glory from summit. The South Face Base Came of Annapurna is the fine a scent to the climbing teams, not only to the enjoying. The trek to advance camp involves crossing the South Annapurna Glacier. This is not an easy crossing. It involves a steep descent into the glacier through very rough ground among the confused mass of loose rocks of all sizes on the glacier floor. Then need to be climbed up the other side of the glacier. It takes almost 7 hours to reach advance camp. However, you are rewarded with breath-taking views all the way. Advance camp is roughly at 4500m, just on the snowline.
Tharpu Chuli is relatively low altitude and reasonable approach, without serious objective danger, make this an attractive mountain, especially when combined with its position and ease of access. At present three routes have been recorded and many more are obviously possible. Because of the large number of climbing expeditions that enter the Sanctuary it might well be the peak has received a lot of unnoticed attention. The peak was nicknamed 'Tent Peak' by Jimmy Roberts in 1956.
This peak offers an ideal opportunity for those who want to summit a Himalayan peak, but who may otherwise be hesitant to try a higher peak as a Himalayan debut. Besides providing an interesting climb combining glacier travel, face climbing and tiptoeing on knife ridges, a climb on this mountain offers an unparalleled view of the entire Annapurna Sanctuary a breathtaking circle of hanging glaciers and moraines surrounded by some of the highest peaks on earth. As well as enjoyable climbing the mountains offers one of the outstanding viewpoints of the Annapurna massive. From its summit you have a superb panorama of Huinchuli (6331m/20771ft), Annapurna South (7219m/ 23684ft), Fang (7647m/ 25089ft), Gangapurna (7455m/ 24459ft), Annapurna III (7555m/ 24787ft), Machhapuchhare (6993m/ 22943ft) and of course Singu Chuli or Fluted Peak (6501m/ 21329ft).
Day 01 : Arrival in Kathmandu, transfers to hotel
Day 02 : Sightseeing around kathmandu valley
Day 03 : Drive or fly to Pokhara. Over night stay at Hotel
Day 04 : Drive to Birethanti, Trek to Tirkhedhunga.
Day 05 : Trek to Ghorepani
Day 06 : Sunrise to Poon Hill and trek to Tadapani
Day 07 : Trek to Chumrung
Day 08 : Trek to Dovan
Day 09 : Trek to Machapuchre Base camp
Day 10 : Trek to Annapurna B.C
Day 11 : Trek around the B.C for the acclimatization
Day 12 : Trek to Tharpu Chuli Base Camp (4400m
Day 13 : Climb to High Camp (approx. 5000m)
Day 14 : Climb to Tharpu chuli (5663m) and return to Base Camp
Day 15 : Trek to Machapuchre B.C
Day 16 :Trek to Dovan
Day 17 : Trek to Jhino
Day 18 : Jhino to Tolka
Day 19 : Trek to Phedi, drive to PKR/ Hotel
Day 20 : Drive or fly to Kathmandu. Hotel
Day 21 : Bhaktapur & Patan sightseeing and return to kathmandu hotel
Day 22 : Free day in Kathmandu for shopping or relax
Day 23 : Drive to Airport for flying your own destination