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Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang peak situated in the Annapurna region can be combined with the popular Annapurna Circuit Trek. Pisang peak climbing is not acknowledged as a difficult climb, however it is a high peak with extensive slant. The western flank of the mountain is guarded by a hanging glacier with tremendous rock pieces thus offers impressive challenge. The first ascend to Pisang peak was made in 1955 by a German Expedition. The peak lies above the Pisang village where yak pastures in uniform slope of ice and snow to the last summit pyramid.

We start our climbing tour of Pisang Peak from Kathmandu to Besisahar. From Besisahar the route for Pisang peak climbing is same as the popular Annapurna circuit trek till the spot called Chame. From Chame we accompany the trail to the Pisang village from where the way climbs through elevated woods and yak pastures. We set up the base camp at Kharka at an elevation of 4,380m and high Camp at an elevation of 5,400m on the South-West Ridge. The peak is made up of steeply tilted rocks, the profound slant of which faces the valley underneath. After the summit we pass the trail to Thorung La pass, drop down to the prominent Muktinath temple and further to Birethanti and accomplish the trip. Those trekkers with shorter holiday plan can take a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara and can omit the visit to Thorung La Pass and Muktinath Temple.

Trip Highlights Pisang Peak Climbing

Passing through the Marsyangdi valley with the views of Manaslu, Annapurna II, III, Gangapurna. Exploring Pisang and Gyaru village. Primitive monasteries, an amazaginf experence of crossing Thornag-la. Visit Muktinath temple nad Manang village. pisang peak  climbing can also give you an opportunity to explore the best and famous trekking route of Nepal , Annapurna Circuit trek

Day 01: Kathmandu to Besisahar by Bus-(7-8hours) 850m/2,790ft

Day 02: Besisahar to Bahundanda-(5-6hours) 1,310m/4,298ft

Day 03: Bahundanda to Chamje-(5-6hours) 1,430m/4,690ft

Day 04: Chamje to Dharapani-(5-6hours) 1,950m/6,396ft

Day 05: Dharapani to Chame-(5-6hours) 2,630m/8,628ft

Day 06: Chame to Upper Pisang-(5-6hours) 3,700m/12,136ft

Day 07: Day Acclimatize-3,700m/12,136ft

Day 08 Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp-(3-4hours) 4,380m/14,370ft

Day 09 Trek to Pisang Peak High Camp-(3-4hours) 5,400m/17,712ft

Day 10: Summit to the Peak and back to Base Camp-(7-9hours) 6,091m/19,980ft

Day 11: Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang Valley-(5-6hours)3,450m/11,316ft

Day 12: Manang to Yak Kharka-(3-4hours) 4,110m/13,480ft

Day 13: Yak Kharka to Thorong Pedi-(3-4hours) 4,600m/15,092ft

Day 14: Cross Thorong la in morning and back to Muktinath-(8-10hours) 5,416m/17,765ft

Day 15: Trek down to Kagbeni-(3-4hours)

Day 16: Trek to Jomsom-(3-4hours) 2,800m/9,184ft

Day 17: Early morning flight to Pokhara-(25min flight)8,20m/2,690ft

Day 01: Kathmandu to Besisahar by Bus-(7-8hours) 850m/2,790ft
Early start to make the bus journey around 8 hours to Besisahar (850m), the starting point of the trek. Passing through many small villages on the way will fascinate you with snippets of every day living in these lowland villages.

Day 02: Besisahar to Bahundanda-(5-6hours) 1,310m/4,298ft
Walk involves crossing a few suspension bridges, waterfalls, several ups and downs hill sections, across rice paddies and subtropical forest. You eventually ascend to Bahundanda (Hills of Brahmins) for the over night, a village set on a long ridge at 1310m.

Day 03: Bahundanda to Chamje-(5-6hours) 1,430m/4,690ft
we descend through amphitheatre-shaped rice terraces, along a steep vertical cliff, lush forests, and some culturally intriguing villages. We start gradually walking up after crossing suspension bridge in the Mayshyangdi River and get Jagat where we will step for lunch. We will have one and half hours further rocky trail walk to reach Chamje.

Day 04: Chamje to Dharapani-(5-6hours) 1,950m/6,396ft
Cross a suspension bridge in Marshyangdi river just right after you left chamje and You will enter to Manang district after walking up hills before to reach tal, Barley and potatoes and then through forests of bamboo and Rhododendrons. Just right after the tal, you will across the river and continue walking through the cliffy way right above the river and reach Dharapani at late afternoon.

Day 05: Dharapani to Chame-(5-6hours) 2,630m/8,628ft
Encounter some typical Tibetan villages enroute before to reach Chame. Chame is districts headquarter of Manang. Beautiful views of the Mt. Lamjung and Annapurna II can be seen from your hotel.

Day 06: Chame to Upper Pisang-(5-6hours) 3,700m/12,136ft
Path through a very dense pine forest will bring you to the dramatic curved rock face, rising 1500m from the river. As the trail opens up you will be surrounded by Himalayan Peaks all the way to Pisang.

Day 07: Day Acclimatize-3,700m/12,136ft
We will have a rest day here. Check and set up all the gears for climbing and acclimatized. Enjoy the whole day with very nice magnificent views of all the Annapurnas, Gangapurna and Tilicho.

Day 08 Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp-(3-4hours) 4,380m/14,370ft
Walking up towards Base camp after a day relax in Upper Pisang. From Upper Pisang village, the path ascends through sparse wood and pasture to a Kharka at (4,380m) which is considered the best place for setting up the base camp. It is in a flat alpine section along the well worn trail.

Day 09 Trek to Pisang Peak High Camp-(3-4hours) 5,400m/17,712ft
Walk for 4 -5 hours and set up our high camp at the height of 5400m after climbing to a shoulder on the south west ridge.

Day 10: Summit to the Peak and back to Base Camp-(7-9hours) 6,091m/19,980ft
Summit on Pisang Peak. From the High Camp,the well defined ridge leads to the final snow slop which is quite steep and more technical to reach the summit. will walk back down to Base Camp.

Day 11: Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang Valley-(5-6hours)3,450m/11,316ft
Trek to Pisang village and continue trek to Manang village walking across the riverside. Here, you will notice a contrast with the landscape and vegetation. Incredible views of the towering Himalayan Peaks. Manang is a great Mt. Valley which has a rich customs & tradition and gives you an opportunity to observe a traditional lifestyle of Manangi People.

Day 12: Manang to Yak Kharka-(3-4hours) 4,110m/13,480ft
Start trek after breakfast and leave the trail off to Tilicho Lake on the left corner and continue a short walk up to Yak Kharka, a small settlement set at 4,110m/13,484ft. we will have a gradual ascent towards a little hill and way goes more right behind the hill and reach yak kharka.

Day 13: Yak Kharka to Thorong Pedi-(3-4hours) 4,600m/15,092ft
A small places although busy settlement catering to the needs of trekkers and climbers. It is situated at the bottom of the thorong la and the trails continually step up to Thorong la afterwards.

Day 14: Cross Thorong la in morning and back to Muktinath-(8-10hours) 5,416m/17,765ft
Crossing this fabulasThrong La pass {5,416m/17,769ft} will be an unforgettable experience. However, The views from the trail and from the pass itself are outstanding high Himalayan scenes. We will enjoy the top And start a long descent to another part of the Annapurna and reach Muktinath at evening.

Day 15: Trek down to Kagbeni-(3-4hours)
Easy walking day down to Kagbeni. After 30 minute walk from Muktinath, we will arrive Jharkot, a rich village which still have similar culture and tradition like Tibet. It is probably a best village to overview the landscapes and combination of dry hills with green field.

Day 16: Trek to Jomsom-(3-4hours) 2,800m/9,184ft
Walking through the sand bar of Kali Gandaki river. You can give an hour enroute to look for fossils on riverside while walking because finding a natural fossil from the Kaligandaki River. We will make this walk before the wind start blowing in Kaligandaki valley. Jomsom is the head quarter of Mustang and it is inhabitant of Thakali people with rich culture and tradition.

Day 17: Early morning flight to Pokhara-(25min flight)8,20m/2,690ft
Early morning and get ready for the Trans Himalayan flight to Pokhara. The flight transit through between two high peaks Annapurna and Dhaulagiri and give us a wonderful opportunity to enjoy with best views of surrounding Himalayas.

Trip Cost US$ 2050 Per person
Cost Includes:
  • Two night Deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on B/B
  • One night hotel in Pokhara.
  • Climbing peak permit and one climbing guide (Sherpa).
  • Insurence of staff.
  • National Park entrance permit
  • 2 Airport transfers
  • All Meals during the trek and camping.
  • Accommodation in lodge during the trek, basic camping arrangement during climbing.
  • Porters to carry member baggage 15 to 18 kg per person.
  • Accident insurance for staffs.
Cost Excludes:
  • Personal clothing.
  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation cost, oxygen, medical box.
  • Alcoholic beverage, laundry and tips.
  • Extra  accommodation and sightseeing tour in Kathmandu (available as per your choice)

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What kinds of gear and clothing do I need?

Good hiking boots and proper mountaineering boots. You need good gloves to keep your hands warm on summit night and gloves that you can use when climbing using ropes, carbines, adjusting figure of 8 and adjust all mountaineering equipment. Depending on the month it can be as low as -20c you need to wear a warm hat with buff to cover your mouth. A buff keep moisture, A down jacket is a great piece of kit, you can wear at night while relaxing and you can use for your summit bid.

wide range of cloths. 15kg is your weight limit for our yaks to carry. You will carry rain gear (for the many days on the trek), fleece, or down jacket, camera and 3 liters of water (depending on the day) You can wear shorts for the right number of days, but most people prefer trekking pant. Higher up you will use gortex shell and thermal underwear for summit night. You will need sock liners, wool socks and a couple of light layers heading into Island peak base camp. Wicking layers (merino wool), mid weight fleece layer. Make sure you have trainers to change into once you reach the camp each day. Merino wool from Smart-wool or Icebreaker are great layering products.

What is the best season for peak climbing in Nepal ?

March to May, September to November Is the best season for peak climbing in Nepal.

How difficult is peak climbing in Nepal ?

It depends on the peak you choose to climb, there are easy peaks as well as difficult peaks, and we recommend peak climbing according to your need and your expertise.

What is the Normal success rate of peak climbing?

It depends the peak you choose, climate, weather, health and the peak grade: roughly the success rate of peak climbing is above 95% from our company.

What equipment does company provide and can we rent some?

You can hire or buy personal equipment needed for peak climbing, Normal gear like Sleeping bags and down jackets will be provided by, Exciting Nepal treks. If you like you can also hire from our own company.

What problems occur in high altitude?

Lack of oxygen in a body might occur in high altitude which may result in nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, hypothermia even death.

Can I charge my device while peak climbing?

Yes you can charge your device like mobile, camera and chargeable device during the trekking Area only, but during the camping we can not.

Who will be my guide and what is their qualification and experience?

Our Company provides veteran, qualified peak climbing and mountaineering guides.

What kind food and accommodation you provide?

We provide healthy food, comfortable accommodation during the trek but basic camping accmodation during the climbing

Does your company give certificate after successful peak climbing?

Exciting Nepal Treks and Expedition will provide certificate which is provided by NMA.

How you rescue if I become sick?

Depending on the seriousness of the accident we provide first aid if not then company can arrange the evacuation operation to the nearest medical facility and in case of any emergency, company could bring you to Kathmandu Hospital.

Do I get refund if I become sick before peak climbing or after the trip departure?

If you become sick before the departure informed us before 35 days 80 % of amount will be refunded, after that we deduct the cost of permit and flight as well as 33% trip cost will be chargeable, No refund will be provided after a week as well after the trip departure.

What permit do I need for peak climbing?

Nepal Mountaineering Association:  issue permits which is needed for peak climbing and our company will assist you on getting the permit.

https://www.excitingnepal.com/nepal-peak-permit-fees/ please check the information.

Please let us know if you have more question at info@excitingnepal.com

 

 

 

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Trip Facts

  • Trekking Destination: 17 days
  • Group Size: 1+
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  • Season: Feb to May- sept to Nov.
  • Grade Info: Strenuous
  • Transportation: bus /plane
  • Total Days: 17 days.
  • Walking Hour: Apprx 5-6 hrs/day

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