Pisang Peak Climbing
- Destination: Nepal
- Trip Grade: Strenuous
- Group size: 2+
- Best Seasons: Spring & Autumn
Pisang Peak Climbing is an expedition, which can be labeled as one of the easier ones among other peak climbing expeditions in Nepal. The Pisang Peak climbing is made even better, with the expert group of porters, guides, Sherpas and climbers of Bomjan Treks and expedition, who thrive to make your experience a successful endeavor to be remembered for a lifetime.
Pisang Peak (6092 m) stands up majestically above the village of Pisang in the heart of the Annapurna region. Formed in the shape of a pyramid, the peak lies in the way to the highest pass in the world, the Thorong La Pass. The trek to this peak starts from Besisahar and winds through the path of Annapurna Circuit trek to reach the village of Pisang. The base camp of the peak is at 4380 m and ascends through wood and pastures to reach the Kharka. After ascending the peak, cross the Thorong La Pass the reach the beautiful, dry and arid land of Muktinath.
The peak is not too technical and requires a good physique. The well-defined ridge of the peak leads to the final slope which is quite difficult to summit. The views from the top, however, make up for all the effort, as the majestic panorama of Annapurna II and IV, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, Glacier Dome and the Annapurna Range are picturesque. The whitish glow exuded by the peaks is something that can never be forgotten and something that would make thrill seekers wants to return back for more.
Come explore the ethnic inhabitants strewn across the Annapurna region. Explore the beauty of the villages, the terraced fields, the views of the mountain mastiffs and the warm hospitality of inhabitants living in the trekking trial. Explore the amalgamation of green treeline beauty, rhododendron forests, and compare it to the contrasting city peak of Pisang for the experience of a lifetime.
Day 01: Arrival Kathmandu – Transfer to Hotel. Overnight Hotel.
Day 02: Kathmandu, sightseeing can be arranged or time on your own. Overnight Hotel.
Day 03: Katmandu to Besishahar.
Day 04: Besisahar to Ngadi.
Day 05: Nagdi to Chamje
Day 06: Chamje to Dharapani
Day 07: Dharapani to Chame
Day 08: Chame to Pisang
Day 09: Pisang to Pisang Base Camp
Day 10: Pisang Base Camp to High camp
Day 11: High Camp to Summit
Day 12: Summit Pisang Peak and back to Base camp.(6092m).
Day 13: Reserve Day in case for weather problems
Day 14: Base Camp to Upper Pisang
Day 15: Upper Pisang to Manang
Day 16: Manang to Kharka
Day 17: Kharka to Thorong Phedi
Day 18: Cross Thorong Pass and trek to Muktinath.
Day 19: Trek to Jomsom.
Day 20: Jomsom / Pokhara by flight. Pokhara time on your own.
Day 21: Pokhara / Kathmandu by flight or by land. Overnight Hotel.
Day 22: Kathmandu – sightseeing can be arranged or time on your own. Overnight Hotel.
Day 23: Transfer to International airport for departure.
Included in the Cost
- Pick-up and drop-off service at Trivuwan International Airport in Kathmandu by private Car/Van/Bus.
- 2 Nights Hotel in Kathmandu on BB Plan.
- Pisang Peak Climbing Permit .
- Trekker’s Information Management System (TIMS) Card.
- One English speaking experience climbing sherpa and required cook and porters.
- Annapurna conservation area (ACAP) fee.
- Kathmandu-Chyamje-Pokhara-Kathmandu by Public Bus or Jeep.
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner) with Lodge and Tent accommodation during the trek.
- Trekking /Climbing guide/porters/other staffs: Salary, Insurance, Equipment, Meals and Accommodation etc.
- Equipment such as Tent, Ice ax, Rope, Ices crow, Snow bar.
- Garbage Deposit.
- First Aids Kit.
- Jomsom-Pokhara flight ticket with departure tax
Not Included in the Cost
- International airfare and visa fee (15 days for USD$25 and 30 days for USD$4O).
- Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- All the drinks like Coke, Fanta, Mineral water ,Boiled water etc.
- Personal climbing gears & clothing (also available on hire in Kathmandu).
- Your travel insurance which should include the emergency rescue.
- Tips for staffs.
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