The Pisang Peak is located in the Annapurna Region along with several other trekking peaks. Pisang Peak 6092 m. rises above Pisang village and lush green Yak pastures in a uniform slope of ice and snow to the final pyramid like summit. Pisang peak is considered one of the easier climbing peaks among the trekking peaks of Nepal. Pisang Peak climbing is well combined with the popular Annapurna circuit trek to make a very satisfying Himalayan trek and climbing adventure in a single trip. Pisang peak provides its climbers an interesting journey passion along varied ecosystems, diverse cultures and amazing landscapes. Although this climb is considered to be among the easier ones of the Himalayan region, a reasonably high level of physical fitness and health is still strongly recommended.
Pisang Peak Climbing Itinerary
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu. Day 02: Kathmandu – Sight seeing. Day 03: Kathmandu - Beshishahar – Ngadi by bus and Trekking. Day 04: Ngadi - Jagat 1.314 m. Day 05: Jagat - Dharapani 1.943 m. Day 06: Dharapani - Chame 2.713 m. Day 07: Chame - Pisang 3.185 m. Day 08: Pisang – Free Day. Day 09: Pisang – Kharkha 4.100 M. Day 10: Kharka – Pisang Peak B. C. 4.900 M. Day 11: Pisang B. C. – Free Day. Day 12: Pisang B. C. – High Camp 5.470 M. Day 13: Pisang Peak 6.091 M. sumit – Pisang B. C. Day 14: Pisang - Manang 3.440 m. Day 15: Manang - Free Day. Day 16: Manang – Thorung Phedi 4450 m. Day 17: Thorang Phedi - Muktinath 3.760 m. Day 18: Muktinath - Marpha 2.660 m. Day 19: Marpha – Kalopani 2.530 m. Day 20: Kalopani – Tatopani 1.190 m. Day 21: Kalopani – Tatopani 1.190 m. Day 22: Ghorepani – Tikhedhunga 1.577 m. Day 23: Tikhedhunga – Pokhara 930 m. Day 24: Pokhara – Sight seeing. Day 25: Pokhara – Katmandú by bus. Day 26: Katmandú – Sight seeing. Day 27: Departure from Kathmandu.