Pisang Peak Climbing 26 Days

Trip Code : HH/PC-05
Duration : 26  Days
Max Altitude : 6091
Activity : Peak climbing
Best Season : Spring,Autum (march-july Sept. to Dec.)


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.


Day 1: Kathmandu arrival; transfer to hotel.

On your arrival Tribhunvan international airport, please look our airport representative together with Touch The Himalaya Treks show board with your Name written on it.
  • Welcome you and transfer to the hotel.
  • Hotel check out
  • Take a rest and relax
  • Welcome dinner in the evening
  • Stay overnight in the hotel at Kathmandu.

Day 2: A full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, the capital valley.

  • Early morning breakfast.
  • Half day world heritage cultural tour.
  • Visit UNESCO World Heritage Sites such as; Hanuman, Dhoka Square, Pashupatinath Temple, Swoyambhunath, Boudhanath Stupa and so on.
  • A brief explanation of the further trek. (Afternoon trek briefing and trek gear distribution.)
  • Putting all the essential things in the bag.
  • Stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 3: To Beshishahar from Kathmandu about 6 hours to drive the 178 km.

It will take about 6 hours to drive the 178 km to Beshishahar from Kathmandu. The Trishuli and Marshyangdi rivers, which are well-known rafting destinations in Nepal, will be driven along. Spend the night in Beshisahar.

Day 4: Trek to BahunDanda (1310m).

Trek to BahunDanda (1310 m), also known as "the Hill of the Brahmins," the central mountain range of Nepal. It will take about six hours. Then comes the rice field where the water is visible. They cultivate rice and millet simultaneously from July through October.

Day 5: Bahundanda to the Chyamje trek (1430 m).

Bahundanda to the Chyamje trek (1430 m). Although there is less of a possibility to glimpse the White Slopes these few days, the hilly mountains will nevertheless draw you in. On this day, we may observe waterfalls.

Day 6: Trek Chamje to Bagarchhap (2160m).

Chamje to Bagarchhap Trek (2160m). The route is now ascending steadily and slightly. Along the way, we'll pass through a variety of picturesque towns and villages. The wonderful village to spend lunch in is Tal. The modest settlement of Bagarchhap is where we can view the mountains behind you.

Day 7: Trek Bagarchhap to Chame (2670).

Bagarchhap to Chame Trek (2670). Continue on to the Fir forest and steep escarpments with views of Manaslu and Annapurna II (7939m). The Manag district is located in the bank of the Marshyangdi, and Chame is the district's capital.

Day 8: Trek to Pisang (3200m).

Trek to Pisang (3200m), where a beautiful waterfall can be seen close to the settlement of Brathangs, and a modest stone memorial has been built in honor of a Japanese hiker who perished after passing the Thorong La ghat due to his prolonged stay in the snowstorms. The Pisang peak, a well-known peak to climb, located in the lap of Pisang.

Day 9: Lower pisang trek to Pisang peak Base Camp (4573m).

Lower pisang trek to Pisang peak Base Camp (4573m).

Day 10: Pisang peak base camp to Pisang peak High Camp(5030m).

You will learn how to fix the rope, receive some climbing advice, and train close to the base camp of Pisang Peak from a HJT climbing guide. the night at the top camp on Pisang Peak.

Day 11: ​We'll start climbing to the peak in the morning.

We'll start climbing to the peak in the morning. We will ascend in the gully after camp 1, make a right turn and ascend on a large stone field before crossing the ridge to the glacier. Always be cautious around crevasses. You have almost finished. Enjoy your ascent to the top of Pisang Peak, 6091 meters, and return home safely. We return to the Pisang base camp the following day.

Day 12: In this day we will return from Pisang peak base camp to Manang (3540m).

In this day we will return from Pisang peak base camp to Manang (3540m).

Day 13: ​Manang day of acclimatization.

Manang day of acclimatization. You can hike to the ice lake or Gangapurna tea shop on this day to experience panoramic views of the Himalayas, including Mt. Manaslu 8163m, Mt. Annapurna II 7937m, Mt. Annapurna III 7555m, Mt. Annapurna IV 7525m, Gangapurna 7455m, Tilicho peak 7134m, Pisang peak 6091m, etc. After that, we'll return to Manang and spend the night there.

Day 14: Manang trek to Yak kharka (4210m).

Manang trek to Yak kharka (4210m).

Day 15: Yak kharka trek to Thorung phedi (4640m)/ Thorung High camp (4800m).

Yak kharka trek to Thorung phedi (4640m)/ Thorung High camp (4800m).

Day 16: Start the climbing early in the morning.

The most anticipated day of your travel to Nepal is today. The highest point during that time was the top of the Thorong La (pass), which is 5416 meters high. The Hindu god Muktinath is known by his name, which means "God of Salvation." The most exciting and busy festival occurs in September and October. Other than that, this is the best illustration of the relationship and harmony between Buddhism and Hinduism.

Day 17: Trek to Kagbeni 2800 m.

The entrance to Upper Mustang is at Kagbeni. The town's monastery, which is thought to be 500 years old, is located there. Only special permits granted in a few number of cases each year and at a hefty royalty rate are allowed for above. That works out to $700 per person.

Day 18: Kagbeni to Marpha 2670m passing through Jomsom.

Jomsom, where the airport is located with a connection to Pokhara, is the first stop on the 2670-meter Kagbeni to Marpha route. The Mustang district's administrative center is located at Jomsom. The mountain collections from the Eco-museum are used here. The Thakali people live in the village of Marpha, where the locals are known for their apple orchard and apple-related products.

Day 19: Trek to Ghasa 2010 m.

Small village Ghasa is well known for its bird viewing and is located close to the Kaligandaki River. The route from Marpha to Ghasa is regarded as the world's deepest gorge. Due to the Annapurna I (809 m) and Dhaulagiri (8168 m) mountains, which are located on either side of the river and create deep valleys.

Day 20: Ghasa to Tatopani 1190m.

The word "Tatopani" in Nepali literally translates to "hot water," and there is a tiny swimming pool and a natural hot spring there. After a strenuous trek, you can unwind in the hot spring pool.

Day 21: Tatopani to Ghorepani is 2850 m.

Tatopani to Ghorepani is 2850 m, it is all uphill. Although it will be a long climb, it will be simpler than the ascent above Manang.

Day 22: Climb up to Poon Hill 3210 m.

We will take about an hour in the early morning to observe the sunrise and the mountains, which include the Dhaulagiri 8168 m, Fishtail 6993 m, Himchuli 6441 m, and Annapurna South 7219 m. This is the Annapurna region's most well-liked vantage point. After breakfast, we'll hike down to Tikhedhunga, which is at 1577 meters. The Nepalese national flower, the rhododendron, grows in the jungle where the route is located. There are reportedly nine different species of rhododendron in this region.

Day 23: Trek to Nayapul for 3 hrs along the river Bhurundi.

Trek for three hours along the Bhurundi River to Nayapul. From Annapurna Base Camp, we will drive to the small settlement of Birenthati at the junction of the rivers Bhurundi and Modi, and then return to Pokhara along the winding road. After spending 18 days in the mountains, we will finally take a tour of the lake and then unwind in the city.

Day 24: Visit the city of Pokhara and spend the night in a hotel there.

Visit the city of Pokhara and spend the night in a hotel there.

Day 25: Return to Kathmandu via tourist bus, car, or plane.

Return to Kathmandu via tourist bus, car, or plane.

Day 26: Final departure to international airport.

  • Breakfast and departure
  • Drive to your destination:
Traveler’s note: Guide  and porters will drive back to kathmandu, if  our clients would have time  we recommend them  to spend few nights in Pokhara,  which is a beautiful touristic town of Nepal.  so we transfer to pokhara or if no time then together drive back to kathamndu.

What's included

  • Airport pick up and drop off by Car, jeep, Hiace or Bus. Depends on the number of arrives.
  • Complimentary welcome or farewell dinner according to the suitability of our client’s time.
  • Beginning two nights stay on arrival in Kathmandu in tourist standard hotel with breakfast included (twin share basis).
  • Internal transport and flight within Nepal as per the itinerary.
  • All necessary trekking and restricted area permit & fees.
  • Three meals a day during the trek.
  • All accommodation during trek.
  • An experienced, English-speaking, government-licensed, first aid trained Manaslu special trekking guide and assistant guide (5 trekkers: 1 assistant guide).
  • Duffel bag, (to be returned after trip completion), complementary trekking maps. If needed down jacket and sleeping bag will be provided in rent.
  • Staff costs including their salary, insurance, equipment, transport, food and accommodation.
  • Rescue arrangements if necessary.
  • Basic First-aid kit (carried by your trekking guide).
  • All government and local taxes for Trekking, Agency service charge and government tax/vat.
  • Achievement Certificate.

What's not included

  • International airfare and Nepal visa fee.
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu because of early arrival, late departure, early return from mountain (due to any reason) than in the scheduled itinerary.
  • Personal insurance which covers medical, emergency evacuation, loss or theft of property.
  • Personal gears and equipment.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, hot showers, battery charging, Wifi, etc.
  • Entry fees and costs in sightseeing (temples, monasteries, etc).
  • Tips and gratitude provided to guide and porter.