Chamar mountain is the highest peak of the Sringi Himal, which is a subrange of the Nepalese Himalayas. Chamar lies in the heart of Nepal between the Shyar Khola and Tom Khola–Trisuli Gandaki valleys.It is an altitude at 7,165 meters.
Moreover, Chamar is a steep mountain with rocky and icy dangers, and it is rarely ascended. If fact, there are no records of successful ascents after the first known summit in 1953.
On the other hand, Chamar is the highest peak in the Sringi Himal mountain range.Although low in elevation among the major mountains of Nepal, Chamar is exceptional in its steep rise above local terrain. For example, it rises 5500 m from the Tom Khola/Trisuli Gandaki confluence in a horizontal distance of about 13 kilometers.
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Chamar is about 90 kilometers northwest of Kathmandualley v, and about 25 km east of Manaslu region.