This is something of an explorer’s peak, which offers climbers great challenges because of the hanging glacier that guards its western flank. Additionally the western end of the ridge is protected by huge rock slabs, which add to the difficulty level of the climb.
Pisang Peak is situated in the Marsyangdi Valley part of the Annapurna Region and was first summitted by a German expedition in 1955.
Although this is a non-technical peak, its steepness and the other complicating factors mean that an ice axe and crampons, as well as previous climbing experience, are necessary.
Day 01 : Arrival Kathmandu – transported to HOTEL – tour briefing
Day 02 : Free time
Day 03 : Drive Kathmandu / Besi Sahar and trek to Bhul Bhule
Day 04 : Bhul Bhle / Syange
Day 05 : Syange / Tal (1707 m)
Day 06 : Tal / Danaque (2082 m)
Day 07 : Danaque / Bhratang (2850 m)
Day 08 : Bhratang / Lower Pissang (3200 m)
Day 09 : Pisang to Base Camp
Day 10: High Camp
Day 11 to 13: Climb and back to Base Camp
Day 14: Back to Pisang
Day 15 : Pisang / Manang (3540 m)ang
Day 16 : Manang / Yak Kharka (3980 m)
Day 17 : Yak Kharka / Throng Phedi (4450 m)
Day 18 : Throng Phedi / Thorang-La (5416m) / Muktinath (3810 m)
Day 19 : Muktinath / Kagbeni (2800 m)
Day 20: Kagbeni / Jomsom Marpha (2670 m)
NOTE: If you are short on time, you can take a flight to Pokhara or Kathmandu from Jomsom.
Day 21: Marpha / Kalopani (2530 m)
Day 22: Kalopani / Ghasa (2010 m)
Day 23 : Ghasa / Tatopani (1190 m)
Day 24 : Tatopani / Chitre (2390 m)
Day 25: Chitre / Ghorepani
Day 26: Ghorepani / Tikhedhunga
Day 27: Tikhedhunga / Nayapul then drive back to Pokhara
Day 28: Drive to Flight back to Kathmandu
Day 29: Free time
Day 30: Flight back to your next destination