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Pisang Peak (6019m)

Pisang Peak is one of the beautiful Peaks in the world. It is located in round Annapurna Trekking area in Nepal. Magnificent mountain views and valley will be seen during the trek and expedition, Pisang Peak is considered to below risky expedition. After ascent up to Pisang Peak can see plenty of mountain ranges such as Annapurna, 4(7525m). Annapurna 2(7937m). Annapurna 3(7555m). Gangapurna (7455m).

Tilicho (7134m). And also beautiful villages of Gheyru, Ngawal, Pisang and Manang. etc.

As a fully registered company, Pema Treks & Expeditions Pvt. Ltd is fully covered by crew insurance and company guarantees. Our expedition guides, leaders and climbing staff are fully qualified and very experienced on all major routes on trekking and high altitude peaks. We are proud of our ability to guide you through even the most technical terrain with the safest possible methods. We ensure that our prices are very competitive without compromising your safety, comfort, or chance of summiting.

Pisang Peak (6017m)
28 days
Best Season
Bus & plane
4 night hotel, 24 nights camping
Group Size
Min-2 Max-14
Jomsom, Naya Pul or Beni
Pisang Peak is one of the beautiful Peaks in the world. It is located in round Annapurna Trekking area in Nepal. Magnificent mountain views and valley will be seen during the trek and expedition, Pisang Peak is considered to below risky expedition. After ascent up to Pisang Peak can see plenty of mountain ranges such as Annapurna, 4(7525m). Annapurna 2(7937m). Annapurna 3(7555m). Gangapurna (7455m)
1 Arrival Kathmandu.
2 Kathmandu
3 Kathmandu - Besi Sahar
4 Beshishar -  Bahundanda
5 Bahundanda - Chamje
6 Chamje - Bagarchhap
7 Bagarchhap - Chame
8 Chame - Pisang
9 Pisang - Gheyru
10 Gheyru-Rest
11 Gheyru-High Camp
12 an acclimatization
13 High camp-Summit-High Camp
14 High Camp-Ngawal
15 Ngawal-Manang
16 Acclimatization at Manang
17 Manang - Yakkharka
18 Yakkharka- Thorung Phedi
19 Thorung Phedi-Muktinath
20 Muktinath - Marpha
21 Marpha - Kalopani
22 Kalopani - Tatopani
23 Tatopani - Ghorepani
24 Ghorepani - Ghandrung
25 Ghandrung - Pothana
26 Pothana - Pokhara
27 Pokhara - Kathamandu
28 Kathmandu free shopping
29 Final Day end of trek debrief and departure.

Note: Above day to day itinerary may be change depending on weather and flight.

Package price includes:

Airport pickup and drove
All ground transportation
All necessary permit and entrance fees
All foods during the trek period
All hotels in Kathmandu
All airline tickets and tax
All staff wages and insurance
All climbing ropes
Pisang peak climbing permit
All Trekking equipment like tents, tables, chairs, mattresses, pillows, hot water bags and kitchen crews
All porter equipment jacket, pant, snow goggle. seeping, shoes and socks etc

Package Price Excludes:

Climbing equipment for members
Personal bar bill and travel insurance/ international air fare
Items of personal expenses as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, tips and laundry
Nepal entry visa fees
Personal Rescue if you need

Highest Point/m
1 Arrival Kathmandu. All day 1300 Easy
Meet with our representative at the airport. Drive to hotel.
2 Kathmandu All day 1300 Easy
Sightseeing Day see Kathmandu Day Trips for ideas of what to do.
3 Kathmandu - Besi Sahar 6 hours 760 Easy
Private or public transport to Besi Sahar (via Mugling Bazaar and Dumre) along the Trisuli river bank and then turning north along the Marsyangdi valley. Over night at lodge or camp.
4 Beshishar -  Bahundanda 6 hours 1310 Easy
Start walking along the Marsyangdi valley through rice fields, banana and mango orchards. We occasionally cross bridges over the river - the lower stretches are one of the finest rafting routes in Nepal. Then we have a mild climb to Bhaundanda and our over night camp or lodge.
5 Bahundanda -  Chamje 7 hours 2670 Easy
Today we leave the more Hindu lower villages and start to see Tibetan Buddhist cultures dominate. Starting with a downhill section to Syanje, we again cross the Marsyangdi River and then a mild climb up to Chamje.
6 Chamje - Bagarchhap 7 hours 2160 Easy
The trail snakes up through a deep gorge, one side the massive Manaslu range, the other the Lamjung Himal (a sub-range of the Annapurna). Passing waterfalls and temperate rainforest we camp or lodge at Bagarchhap.
7 Bagarchhap - Chame 7 hours 2670 Easy
Today is wonderful, plenty of opportunities to soak in hot springs, and stroll through mountain villages and forests. The first springs are at Lata Mnaag where you can also cross the Marsyangdi if the river is low enough. We then head on to Chame (the administration center of the local District) where there are yet more hot springs to enjoy!
8 Chame - Pisang 5 hours 3200 Easy
After a pleasant walk through Bharthang village and its apple orchards we cross the river again. A short climb to a peaceful pine forest leads into the wide Manang valley. We camp or lodge at the new Pisang village, the old one is difficult to access on the far river bank beneath the Tibetan Monastery.
9 Pisang - Gheyru 5 hours 3540 Easy
We walk through the oldest pine trees and several bridges to Gheyru. It is a light ascent to Gheyru up rocky hill with no trees. Here we have an acclimatization day tomorrow to prepare for the summit gear. There are many lodge and local houses here.
10 Gheyru-Rest Easy
We can walk for a few hours on the hills around the village before heading back to camp to make final preparations for the summit bid. We can leave behind the gear we don't need for the summit, as well as anyone who is not up to the climb. We'll reunited in a few days time. It might also be your last chance to stock up on chocolate bars.
11 Gheyru-High Camp 5 hours
We leave Gheyru early to head through the green hill and pine trees way to high camp. Here we can rest a little walk around the area
12 an acclimatization
Here again we have an acclimatization a day more. It is last chance to take rest for the summit. We can walk for a few hours on the hills around the moraine. And preparation for the summit
13 High camp-Summit-High Camp 8 hours Hard
We leave camp early to attack the summit by walking through the rock and ice fall (roped together) and then on fixed ropes as we near the summit. From the summit there will be views of the village of Pisang, Gheyru, Ngawal and Manang as well as Annapurna 4(7525m). Annapurna 2(7937m). Annapurna 3(7555m). Tilicho (7134m). Gangapurna (7455m). After a rest to enjoy the view and take some photos we head back down to camp. Where we will enjoy a well earned meal and sleep.
14 High Camp-Ngawal 6 hours Easy
We have a long gradual descent to Gheyru for lunch. Where we also collect our gear and fellow trekkers who have been waiting here for us, after lunch easy walk to Ngawal just one an half hours from here.
15 Ngawal-Manang 4 hours Easy
We continue through the green hills and pine trees to Manang. Although Chame is the District centre, Manang is the trading hub. As we approach Manang cultivation increases and we pass through some of the oldest villages in the region. There are plenty of lodges and places to shop in Manang, which also has a Himalayan Rescue Association Clinic - an ideal spot to enquire about the rigours of living and trekking at altitude.
16 Acclimatization at Manang all day 3540 Easy
This is an important acclimatization day. Rest and explore around Manang, a fabulous trans-Himalayan valley and the base for many of the climbing peaks in the area.
17 Manang - Yakkharka 5 hours 4200 Moderate
The upper reaches of the Marsyangdi valley is a tough place to live. Thanki village, which we pass through today, is full of homes designed to cope with the extremes that the Himalaya can throw at a settlement. The low, mud-roofed homes have a stable on the ground floor - the animal dung being a prime source of fuel for the kitchens. The trail climbs and we enjoy magnificent views of the Annapurna, Gungapurna, Tilicho and the Chulu peaks.
18 Yakkharka- Thorung Phedi 3 hours 4400 Moderate
Today we head up to the last camp and lodges before the Thorung La. If camping and the group is strong enough, we will trek through Throng Phedi and sleep a little higher to make the ascent a bit easier in the morning.
19 Thorung Phedi-Muktinath 10 hours 5416 Hard
Today is the hardest on the trek; we first ascend steeply to 4590m, and then trek along an undulating trail to the flat top of Thorung La (5416m.) From here there are stunning views of the Annapurna range to the south and Mukut Himal bordering Dolpo to the West. The trail descends steeply over glacial moraine, which gives way to grassy meadows before we reach Muktinath. This is one of the most important pilgrimage sights for Hindus and is home to many ethnic Tibetans and Buddhist monks who live in monasteries scattered around the valley. The nearby temple with 108 carved spouts from which holy water flows is famous for a fire that miraculously burns in a stream of water.
20 Muktinath - Marpha 7 hours 2670 Moderate
A long descend through Jharkot, Khinga Gurung and Thakali villages brings us to the windy Kali Gandaki River at Jomsom. Our trail then continues along the river bed to the beautiful stone village of Marpha, famous for its apple orchards which produce cider and brandy.
21 Marpha - Kalopani 7 hours 2530 Easy
Our trek along the Kali Gandaki river bed takes us through many villages which used to thrive on the trade of salt from Tibet. The trail undulates at first and then heads down to our scenic overnight stop at Kalopani.
22 Kalopani - Tatopani 8 hours 1120 Easy
We now enter the deepest river gorge in the world as the Kali Gandaki rumbles between the 8,000m peaks of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri. Our destination is the village of Tatopani, a sub-tropical oasis of orange gardens and a great hot spings where you can relax and unwind.
23 Tatopani - Ghorepani 8 hours 2850 Moderate
At first we descend a little further along the Kali Gandaki to Bega Khola. Then we have a long, slow climb up through the villages of Ghara and Shika to our destination of Ghorepani.
24 Ghorepani - Ghandrung 7 hours 1950 Easy
Fabulous panoramic views will delight us today, stretching away to the distant plains of India and up to the massive bulk of the Annapurnas. We wake up in the early morning to climb Poon Hill from where we will see the Annapurna, Dhaulagiri and Mustang Ranges. Then we set off after breakfast towards Tadapani, through rhododendron forest, and along a ridge trail with mountain views of the Annapurna all the way. The trail then snakes through dense moss-covered forest rich with bird life, through Tadapani to Ghandrung and beautiful sunset views of Annapurna South and Machhapuchhare. A day in the Himalaya doesn't get much better than this!
25 Ghandrung - Pothana 7 hours 1900 Easy
Steep down hill to the Modi River and climb the far bank to Landruk village and slow climb to Pothana with classic views of the Annapurnas and Modi valley.
26 Pothana - Pokhara 3 hours 960 Easy
Our morning begins with some final views of the mountains, we then descend down through Dhampus village and stone steps to Phedi and drive back to our hotel in Pokhara.
27 Pokhara - Kathamandu 6 hours 1300 Easy
28 Kathmandu free shopping
 29  Final Day end of trek debrief and departure.

Note: Above day to day itinerary may be change depending on weather and flight.