Pisang Peak, with an altitude of 6,091m, is a pyramidal peak climbing which lies in Northern Nepal within the Manang District on Annapurna Circuit. Similarly, it is also famous for the most challenging peak climbing and is combined with the Annapurna circuit which makes the trip more fun.
|Max Elevation||6,091 m|
|Activities||Climbing, Challenge,Flora & Fauna|
|Trekking Permits||ACAP, Peak climbing, Local government fee|
|Accommodation||Lodge/ Tea House/Hotel|
|Region||Annapurna, North Nepal|
|Other Information||Daring and challenges; Best view of all mountains|
When traveling in Pisang Peak you will encounter many beautiful landscapes, unique culture, and tradition of Pisang village including different eco-system. You can witness the snow-capped Annapurna massif like Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, Annapurna I, II, III, IV and many more.
Pisang Peak was first climbed by a Germain Expedition in 1955th, and now it has become famous among interested climbers. This is the place for all beginners and pro and most recommended for all daring climbers.
Our journey starts with a short drive to Besisahar for 5-6 hours, which is also known as “the town at the base of the hill”, then we will have a 3-4 hours off-road drive to Tal. We travel through the Bahundanda which is the last Indo-Aryan village, then Syange where you can see beautiful waterfalls. After reaching Bhratang village you see the apple farm where 150+ tons of apple are produced within a year, and finally, we will reach the “Pisang”, moving onwards we will have an acclimatization day at base camp as well as some training for climbing at the top of the peak.
What is the best time to climb in Pisang Peak?
-The best time to climb in Pisang Peak is post-monsoon (late September to December) and pre-monsoon (March to May).
What can we provide?
We will be providing you all the right equipment, documents and anything else you need to trek like a pro. Get discounts according to the groups and individuals with the best accommodations and more.
Our Social Activities
We are coordinating for free volunteering in Nepal as well. And we are supporting to needy people of Nepal through our trekking agency. We are helping some students with their school expenses back on the mountain. You may check those of our social activities on the free volunteering page.[printfriendly]
- Airport picks up and drops by private vehicle.
- Three night’s hotels in Kathmandu on the basis of twin sharing with breakfast
- Public bus ticket from Kathmandu to Besisahar and to Kathmandu from Besisahar
- Jeep from Besisahar to Tal and from Chame to Besisahar
- Two porters for one climber (one can have up to 30kg)
- Lodge accommodation on during trek and tent for base camp and high camp
- Climbing permit
- ACAP permit (Annapurna Conservation Area Project)
- TIMS Card
- Medical and rescue operation insurance for Nepali guide and porter
- Water purification device
- Meals: Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- High altitude food on high camp
- All necessary kitchen equipment
- Tent (sleeping, kitchen, dining) for base camp and high camp
- All necessary camping equipment
- Group climbing gears with a fixed and dynamic rope
- At least Two Veteran climbing guide
- Guide, porter, and staff salary
- First Aid medical kits
- Pisang Peak climbing certificate after summit from Nepal Mountaineering Association
- Farewell dinner in Kathmandu
- Nepal visa fee
- Travel insurance
- Tips to guide and porter
- Personal expenses: such as laundry, hot shower, all drinks