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Chulu Far East is another peak located in the Annapurna region of Nepal that offers a challenging and rewarding climbing experience. The peak stands at an elevation of 6,059 meters (19,880 feet) and is considered a "trekking peak," similar to Chulu East.

The climb to Chulu Far East usually starts from the town of Besishahar and follows the same route as Chulu East until the village of Ngawal. From Ngawal, climbers follow a less-traveled route that leads to the base of Chulu Far East.

The climb to Chulu Far East is considered more technically challenging than Chulu East, with steeper terrain and more exposed sections. Climbers must be comfortable with using crampons and ice axes, as well as have experience with glacier travel.

The climb usually takes around 3-4 days, with climbers setting up a base camp at an altitude of around 4,800 meters (15,700 feet) and then making a high camp at around 5,600 meters (18,400 feet) before summiting.

Climbers are rewarded with stunning views of the Annapurna mountain range and the surrounding Himalayan landscape, including views of the Dhaulagiri and Manaslu ranges.

While Chulu Far East is a challenging climb, it is a popular choice for climbers looking for a more technical peak to climb in the Annapurna region. It is often combined with other peaks in the area, such as Chulu West and Thorong Peak, to create a more comprehensive mountaineering experience.

As with any climb in the Himalayas, climbers must be prepared for the challenges of high altitude, cold weather conditions, and the possibility of encountering snow and ice on the route. Proper equipment, acclimatization, and preparation are essential for a successful and safe climb.

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