In Nepal, the Annapurna Himalaya range's Pisang peak, 6091 meters high, is the summit that people most frequently climb. The well-known classic Annapurna circuit trek can be combined with Pisang Peak climbing for hikers without much experience in mountaineering. A consistent slope of ice and snow rises to the Pisang mountain, which is located above the settlement and yak pastures in Pisang. When compared to other types of peak climbing, Pisang Peak is regarded as one of the simpler peaks. From Pisang hamlet, the route ascends through sparse wood and meadow to a Kharka (at 4,380m), which is said to be the optimum location for setting up the base camp. In order to reach a shoulder on the South-West Ridge, high camp is constructed at a height of 5,400 meters.
Touch The Himalaya Expeditions and Treks seasoned climbing You will be taken to the summit of the Pisang peak as expected by Sherpas and other guides. We will plan an Annapurna trek that is well acclimatized and includes ascending the Pisang peak, which will make it simple for you to go where you're going and reach the top of Yala Peak. Although ascending the Pisang mountain is thought to be simpler, peak climbing requires both physical and mental fitness.
Starting from Besisahar in the Marsyangdi River valley, climbers ascend Pisang Peak. The trail takes you past wildly divergent types of flora and fauna as it ascends to the beautiful peaks of Mt. Manaslu and Lamjung Himal. While hiking through Larkya La, a significant trail intersection is found at Dharapani. In fact, the Annapurna and Damodar peaks dominate the Massif of Manang valley, which is rich in distinctive culture and sceneries. From here, a strenuous hike leads to Pisang Peak. A tricky section leads you to a location from which you can see the complete view of the Annapurna Himalaya Range. The route then climbs from the Manang valley to the top of the Thorong Pass, which is at 5416 meters. You then have the opportunity to visit the famous temple of Muktinath.The last section of the walk leads you to Jomsom, where you can take a flight across the vast Himalayas to Pokhara or keep trekking through Ghorepani, Poon Hill. From the end of November to the end of March, snow will cover the high camp. The final snow slop, which is rather steep but not difficult to reach the top, is reached by following the clearly defined ridge. The same path is taken for the descent. Since the Pisang peak has been accessible for climbing, a number of mountaineers and adventure seekers have used the lifetime experience of the T. T. Himalaya team to successfully ascend the top.