Pisang Peak Climbing (6,091 m)

Pisang Peak standing at a staggering elevation of 6091m is one of the most popular trekking peaks of Nepal located in the northern part of Manang district. Pisang peak shares its boundaries with Annapurna I and Manaslu which are some of the highest peaks in the world, so you can definitely expect a worthy view of the lifetime of those majestic eight-thousanders. The peak is considered a normal climbing peak as anyone with minimal experience of trekking or climbing a peak can successfully complete this expedition.

Pisang peak lies under the protected area of Annapurna national park which is one of the most adventurous trips in Nepal. The peak is also known as Jong Ri, which shares a common trekking route till Pisang on the Annapurna circuit trail and diverse into another route towards the Pisang Peak. Pisang peak is unique in its geography, similar to pyramidal shape; the consistent slope makes it climbers easy to reach the peak through the alleys of Marsyangdi river following it. The trail towards Pisang passes through Thorong La Pass which is a famous pass in the Annapurna region standing at an elevation of 5,416m. The main Manaslu journey track meets at Dharapani while going through Larkya La. The way from here requests a stroll to Pisang Peak.

It is considered one of the natural climbing peaks among the trekking peaks in Nepal. The way rises through scanty wood and field to arrive at the headquarters from Pisang town to a Kharka (4,380m) which is the best spot for setting up the headquarters. The move of Pisang Peak starts from Besisahar in the Marsyangdi River Valley. The way takes you through exceptionally particular creatures and plants and sees the compensating remarkable pinnacle of Mt. Manaslu, Annapurna, and Lamjung Himal. Nepal wild journeying plans the Pisang Peak climbing experience in view of your fantasy. Pisang top climbing is viewed as among the simpler ones in the Himalayan locale, yet a significant degree of actual wellness and wellbeing is as yet required. 

First Expedition of Pisang Peak 

Pisang peak was first successfully climbed by a German expedition team in 1955.

Best time for Pisang peak 

Unlike other peaks, the Pisang peak is one most favorable peaks in Nepal which can be successfully climbed throughout the year. Spring, Autumn, Monsoon, and Winter are the four seasons. The pinnacle seasons are spring and fall. This season, nature blossoms in the valley, carrying its magnificence to all. Because of the shortfall of precipitation and snowfall, strolling is agreeable. An unmistakable sky likewise makes for a shocking perspective on the pinnacles and scenes.

Route to Pisang Peak

Considerably one of the easier peaks, the route to the peak is completed in two camps namely base camp and high camp. The trail starts from the headquarter of Lamjung district in Besisahar and the path is carried out in the Annapurna circuit. In route to base camp, you will encounter rivers, rocky trails and explore the traditional and ethnic villages.  

Base Camp: The base camp is situated at an elevation of 4,380m.

High Camp: High camp is situated at 5,350m.

Highlights of Pisang Peak

UNESCO heritage sites

You'll have a visit through UNESCO locales around Kathmandu valley to get the social and verifiable significance of Nepal. The UNESCO destinations are the most generally saved and demonstrated places on the planet, these models are pondered in the present period hence you will actually want to know the center advancement of antiquated and current progress.

Annapurna Region 

Pisang peak is a neighbor to different pinnacles which goes under the Annapurna Conservation area, subsequently, the way to the pinnacle goes through the well known Annapurna circuit which is statically most adored and famous journeying follow behind Everest headquarters in the Everest locale, accordingly, you will have the understanding to two experience without a moment's delay.

Traditional Village settlements

In transit to the pinnacle, you will experience various towns of comparable living styles. The by-product of those towns has comparable culture and customs that they have been following for a really long time. You will actually witness how Himalayan settlements have been workable for this extensive stretch of time. The town settlements will invite you with their warm hospitality which remains everlastingly in your memory.

More HIghlights of Pisang Peak

  • Astonishing perspective on different pinnacles like Mt Annapurna, Mt, Manaslu, and so forth.
  • Cross one of the greatest mountain passes of the world, Thorong La
  • Visit the heavenly sanctuary of Muktinath
  • Witness the old engineering and history of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Boudhanath, and Swayambhunath Stupa.
  • Pass the dispersed settlements in the towns of Chamje, Dharapani, Koto, and Chame
  • Pass by rhododendron and Bamboo decorated backwoods next to the turquoise Marsyangdi River en route to Dharapani town.
  • Ethnic Gurung, Ghale, and Tibetan Immigrant people group in the Upper Mustang town.
  • All-encompassing perspectives on Chulu range, Annapurna Massif, Damodar, Manaslu, Glacier Dome, and Tilicho Peak from the culmination of Pisang Peak
  • See the strict and authentic destinations in Kathmandu Valley.
  • Visit Shree Muktinath Vishnu Temple - one of the greatest on the planet.
  • Picturesque departure from Jomsom to Pokhara.
  • Touring in Pokhara - Phewa Tal (lake) and Peace Pagoda.

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Trip Facts

  • Trip CodeLHN168
  • Duration15 Days
  • Pricefrom US$2500 / person
  • GradeDifficult
  • DestinationNepal
  • Min Pax01-20 pax
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