The Pisang Peak stands tall at an altitude of 6,091m in the western Himalayans of Nepal. The mountain lies in the magnificent Annapurna region that houses many 8,000m peaks such as Nilgiri, Manaslu, Annapurna and Dhaulagiri.
The western side of the mountain is guarded by a very big glacier thus making it difficult to climb the peak from western side. The western side of the peak is characterized by massive rocks thus making it not a popular choice to commence the climb from. The majestic Pisang Peak overlooks the beautiful Sherpa settlements of Pisang and the sub alpine pastures below it which gives the climbers a beautiful view of the surrounding peaks and settlements. The first expedition of Pisang Peak was undertaken by a German expedition group in 1955 AD. A joint and combined expedition package of the Annapurna Circuit and Pisang Peak Climbing is one of the best package the region has to offer and is also known as a made in heaven for enthusiastic and experienced mountain climbers and also climbers with very little experience of peak climbing before. Our scientific and detailed itinerary is made by professional climbers and guides who have garnered years of mountaineering experiences in the mountains to make sure that you have the safest trek and climbing to cherish for a lifetime.
The journey will begin from Besi Shahar in Lamjung District that is situated in the foothills of Lamjung Himal. One of the main highlights of the whole trek is crossing the magnificent Thorong La Pass at an altitude of 5,416m. From the pass, we can have splendid view of the whole western Himalayan range including the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Massif. we will trek through sparse sub-alpine forests and pastures to reach the beautiful Gurung village of Pisang that lies in the foothills of Lamjung Mountain. We will set up our first camp at Kharka at altitude of 4,380m which is the best place to set up the camp. We will set another camp known as High Camp at incredible height of 5,400m on the south face of a ridge. The ridge will then take us to the last snow slop that is very steep but not difficult to continue our ascent towards the summit. We will make a descent down the same route we took before. We will also visit Mustang, the district beyond Himalayans and pay our homage to the holy Muktinath temple that is located in the foothills of Mt Dhaulagiri and Mt Nilgiri.
The campaign will be about 20 days long and the highest altitude point during the trek will be 6,091m. We will spend the nights in motels, tea houses and camps depending on the region. For the climbing campaign, we will have to walk 6-7 hours normally and on some days it can also be extended to 8 or 9 hours. We will cover the distance of 10 kilometers on average. The most optimum time for Pisang Peak climbing is in autumn (October and November) and spring (April and May). The months are selected depending on climate and visibility
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Day 01: – Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel and welcome drinks.
Day 02: – Sightseeing in Swoyambhu and Patan Durbar Square and briefings about trekking / climbing.
Day 03: – Katmandu – Drive to Chame (8 /9h) 2670m.
Day 04: – Chame – Pisang (5 / 6h) 3200m.
Day 05: – Pisang – Ghyaru (2 / 3h) 3700m.
Day 06: – Ghyaru – Pisang Base Camp (4 / 5h) 5000m.
Day 07: – Preparation and climbing lesson day.
Day 08: – Base Camp – High Camp (3 / 4h) 5400m.
Day 09: – Extra day if weather is bad and any circumstances.
Day 10: – High Camp – Summit Mt. Pisang Peak (6091m) & back to Base camp.
Day 11: – Base Camp – Manang village (5 / 6h) 3540m.
Day 12: – Manang – Ledar (4 / 5h.) 4230m.
Day 13: – Ledar – High Camp (3 / 4h) 4800m.
Day 14: – High Camp to Cross the Thorong la pass (5416m) and Muktinath (7 /8h.) 3760m.
Day 15: – Muktinath – Jomsom (5 / 6h.) 2750m.
Day 16: – Jomsom – Flight to Pokhara (20min) 820m.
Day 17: – Pokhara sightseeing day.
Day 18: – Pokhara – Flight to Kathmandu (30 / 35m) and transfer to hotel.
Day 19: – Rest and Shopping day.
Day 20: – Departure from Kathmandu to your final destination.
While you make such a adventure travel plan to visit in Nepal, Please bring your one suitcase or ( DUFFEL BAG ) and trekking day pack inside or as hand luggage use for at Kathmandu. You just need casual clothes such as jeans and a light jacket if the evening time gets cold. Leave your things that you don’t need in Trekking/ Travel / climbing at Hotel, while you return from the trip then you you will it back from there. The things that you need are listed below:
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While you are travel in Nepal, here is many kind of foods are available such as : Nepali, Indian, Chinese, Thai, Korean, and Continental foods:
Kathmandu: While you stay in Kathmandu there are a lot’s of restaurant and bar with many kind of typical foods. So, you should choice yourself according to the own restaurant and enjoy.
Pokhara: While you are in Pokhara, as well as same in Kathmandu but amusement will be different.
Trekking: While you are on the trekking you will have chose according to the menus as: Nepali, India, Chinese, Continental foods and etc.
Foods available in during the trekking :-
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After confirmation you will receive by mail the booking form with all the details for the payment of the deposit. The deposit will be sent by transfer to our bank. When we will receive the money we will send you the final invoice with the balance to pay. The balance will be paid at your arrival in Kathmandu.
You can pay your deposit either by bank transfer in the following bank :
Dear my clients, If you have any problem with above payment system, then you can send us through by money transfer such as:
Normally, you can directly deposit the amount of your trip in our bank account as following account info of above. But the money transfer system is for in case if the bank account doesn’t work and It is for quick & easy way to get your payment method.
Trips canceled by the client: – The following cancellation charge will be applied for the cancellation of the trip.
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