Tent peak with an altitude of 5,663m is part of the Annapurna mountain range and it lies to the southern side of Annapurna Base Camp. Tent peak is also known as Tharpu Chuli which offers majestic views of the Annapurna peaks. The breathtaking scenery of this region motivates climbers to choose this peak for their adventures. You will experience a lot of nature as well as culture in your trek.
The flora fauna, the magnificent snow-capped mountains including Annapurna I, Mt. Fishtail, the local people, their cultures, and hospitality will definitely charms you. The Tent Peak trek starts by driving to Nayapul from the lake town of Pokhara for about one and half hour. After Nayapul, the route passes through farmlands, different ethnic villages including the famous Ghandruk village and lush forest, and heads up all the way to the Annapurna Base Camp (ABC). From the base camp, you can have a 360-degree panoramic view of the Annapurna ranges. After that, you trekked across the glaciers to climb up to the peak of Tent Peak.
This alluring peak is a part of the ridgeline of the south portion of glacier dome which includes Singu chuli. Being the most climbed peak in Nepal the major eye-popping factor of this trek is the elite exploration of Annapurna sanctuary. The summit offers the thrilling 360degree panorama of Annapurna massif. When we see the peak from the moraines at the south base camp of Annapurna the peak abruptly takes the shape of a tent as described in its name. Climbing tent peak is ideal for all those novices as well as experienced climbers who want to climb a Himalayan peak on a smaller scale but experience the equal amount of adventure and ecstasy with a bang. The trek is designed for anyone who is physically fit with adventure loving persona.
- A safe Himalayan peak climbing activity
- High altitude camping beyond the South Annapurna Glacier
- Discover the magnificence of Annapurna Sanctuary or ABC
- Stunning Himalayan vista from the summit