Pisang peak climbing lies just north of the Manang Valley which the famous Annapurna Circuit passes through. While sometimes offered as a three day excursion from the village of Pisang, this can only be done if properly acclimatized.
Naturally there are fabulous views to be seen from the summit(6,091 m) over the Manang Valley and the Annapurna Range.
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01: Drive: Kathmandu – Besisahar – Bulbulle
02: Jagat (1300m)
03: Dharapani (1860m)
04: Chame (2651m)
05: Pisang (3333m)
06: Pisang – acclimatization day
07: Pisang Base Camp (4380m)
08: High Camp of Pisang Peak (5400m)
09: Summit Peak (6091m) & return to Base Camp
10: Reserve day for climbing
11: Manang (3351m)
12: Yak Kharka
13: Cross Thorang Pass (5450m) – Muktinath (3798m)
16: Pokhara to Kathmandu by tourist bus
Climbing Pisang Peak: Set off on a journey of life time in Himalayas
There are more than 414 peaks open for mountaineering in the mighty Himalayas. However, it is Pisang Peak that attracts the highest number of tourists each year. Its height equals 6091 meters (19,970 feet), and it is located in the Annapurna region of Nepal at 26°38’57’’N / 84°11’25”E. Pisang Peak climbing was rated at Peu Difficile which means it is a relatively moderate ascension that requires little belaying. However, the western flank of the mountain has a hanging crevassed glacier offering a more considerable challenge. The first ascent of Pisang Peak was made by a German expedition in 1955. Since then it has quickly become the most popular trekking destination in the Himalayas.
Pisang Peak climbing with Nature Trail Trekking and Expeditions.
The word “Nature Trail” gives inner path as well as a path that follows in the himalaya. We follow naturetrail and discover the what nature has offered. We guide our clients to start an exciting and spiritual nature adventure on the way to a whole new level of awareness and connection with nature. Our company specializes in guiding individuals and groups to the most beautiful locations in Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan and Northern India. We guarantee: Pisang Peak climbing is the experience you will never forget!
The trail that we suggest leads towards the majestic peak of Annapurna mountain, Fishtail mountain, and Lamjung Himal mountain. What you will observe along the way is the magical, contrasting flora and fauna of Nepal. Stopping at tea houses provides a glance at the unique blend of cultures of Gurung, Thakali, Bhote and Magar communities. After that, the trail steeply ascends from Manang Valley to the top of the Thorong La – the highest pass in the world located 5416 meters high. On your way down you will get an opportunity to visit the famous Hindu and Buddhist temple Muktinath at 3802 meters. Pisang Peak climbing experience ends in Jomsom – a town at an altitude of about 2700 meters. The air transport will wait for you there ready to take you across the mountain to Pokhara – the largest city of Nepal.
Safety comes first
Nature Trail guides are prepared for any kind of emergency. They are well trained in first aid. In case of a serious injury or illness, our company will assist you with evacuation and treatment. We highly recommend all of our clients to get insurance before traveling to Nepal.
Why you should choose Nature Tail?
Nature Trail bring western comfort to eastern culture. Pisang Peak climbing in Nepal includes convenient tea house accommodation, chefs ready to cook meals according to your preference, Sherpa guides with European standards of training and years of experience, porters to carry your belongings, professional gear, and climbing equipment. We have everything you need to feel safe and comfortable in the wilderness! Your successful ascension and return are our top priority.
How you can book a trip
If you are ready to embark on a journey of a lifetime, click here to fill and submit the trip inquiry form. We will get in touch with you soon after that. If you have any questions regarding Pisang Peak climbing cost or further details, please contact us in any convenient way.