Pisang Peak Climbing - 23 Days

Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak (6091m), which is situated above the Pisang, is the easiest and most popular trekking peak in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Pisang Peak was first scaled in 1955 by a German expedition and ever since it has become popular and busiest climbing peak. Pisang Peak Climbing gives the full enjoyment and experience of Himalayan Peak Expedition. Nepal mountaineering association has put this trekking peak under the category ‘B’. The highlights of Pisang Peak Climbing are enormous panoramic views of Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167m), Mt. Annapurna  (8091m), Mt. Manaslu (8163m), Nilgiri (7041m), Annapurna (7939m), Annapurna III  Annapurna IV Lamjung Himal (6988m), Tilicho Peak, Thorung la Peak etc. Along with the amazing view of the snow capped mountain, Pisang Peak Climbing and trekking provides the opportunity to explore the cultures, tradition and life style of the different ethnic communities, mingle with different flora and fauna, view the attractive scene of green terraced farming etc. 

Pisang Peak Climbing is combined with world famous Annapurna Circuit Trek. As the route to Pisang Peak is that of Annapurna Circuit Trekking, you depart to Besisahar from Kathmandu and begin your trek to Pisang Peak. It takes around 5 days to reach Pisang from Beshisahar. Pisanghimal escalate above the Pisang village and yak pastures to the final summit pyramid. From Besisahar the route follows Marsyandi River and passes through beautiful village of Bahundanda, Chamje with diverse flora and fauna on the way and reach the village of Pisang. From the village of Pisang you ascend to the Kharka (4420) which is the base camp of the Pisanghimal. It is quite easier to climb the peak.  After climbing the peak you pass through Thorung La pass (5416 meters), one of the highest pass of Nepal, to reach the holy site of Hindu and Buddhist; Muktinath. After visiting Muktinath you descend and cross Kagbeni, which is famous for Shaligram (stone in which the image of god inscribed), to Jomsom from where you take a flight to Pokhara.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1340m) and transfer to a hotel
Day 02: Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu valley,
Day 03: We take our early drive to Bensisahar (823m), 7/8 hours
Day 04: From Bensisahar, we trek to Ngatti (1000m), 5/6 hours
Day 05: After having food at Ngatti, we trek to Jagat (1314m), 6/7 hours
Day 06: Having delicious lunch at Jagat, we trek to Dharapani (1943m), 6/7hours
Day 07: From Dharapani, we trek to Chame (2713m), 6/7 hours
Day 08: Trek to upper Pisang (3185m), 6/7 hours
Day 09: Today we do rest for acclimatizing
Day 10: It is our turn to trek to Pisang Base Camp (PBC) (4573m), 5/6 hours
Day 11: From PBC, we trek to High camp (5030m), 5/6 hours
Day 12: Today with great zeal and enthusiasm we climb Pisang Peak (3675m), 5/6 hours
Day 13: We trek to Manang (3400m) from Pisang Peak, 5/6 hours
Day 14: From Manang, we trek to ThorongPhedi (4500m), 7/8 hours
Day 15: After crossing Thorong La (5416m.), we trek to Muktinath (3700m), 7/8 hours
Day 16: It is our turn to trek to Marpha (2670m), 6/7 hours
Day 17: Having food at Marpha, it is our turn to trek to Lete (2400m), 6/7 hours
Day 18: Today we trek to Tatapani (1190m) from Lete, 6/7 hours
Day 19: After having lunch at Tatapani, we trek to Ghorepani (2850m), 7/8 hours
Day 20: From Ghorepani we trek to Naya Pool (6h-1050m) and from Nayapool, we drive to Pokhara and transfer to hotel, 3/4 hours
Day 21: We take early flight from Pokhara to Kathmandu, transfer to the hotel
Day 22: We go for shopping in Kathmandu and farewell dinner in the evening.
Day 23: Final Departre.