Pisang Peak Climbing

18 Days
  • 6091 meters (19,983 feet)
  • Annapurna
  • Kathmandu Airport- Kathmandu
  • Moderate
  • Three-Star to Five-Star Hotels (Kathmandu), tea houses/lodge/camp during the climb
  • Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November)
  • 4 to 7 Hours Per Day
  • 1-12 People Per Group (Option for Private Tour is available)
  • Jeep and Flight
  • Dhaulagiri, Mt. Annapurna, Manaslu, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Peak


Pisang Peak Climbing is one of the best trekking destinations lying in the Annapurna Region of Nepal. The peak towers above a small village of Pisang and measures 6091 meters in height. Pisang Peak stands in the shape of a pyramid at the northern border of the Manang Valley. Further, it adds to the Annapurna massif towards the east. 

Pisang Peak is one of the 400 peaks that are officially open for mountaineering thrill in Nepal. Pisang Peak climb is the best alternative to Mera Peak Climbing. This mountain is relatively easy as compared to other peaks of the Annapurna region. However, the adventure does demand some climbing skills, strength, stamina, and endurance for the successful summit. The hanging crevasses glacier and the massive rock in the western end of the climb make it challenging for the climbers. 

The majestic panoramic view of Mt. Annapurna I (8091 meters), Mt. Annapurna II (7937 meters), Mt. Manaslu (8156 meters), Mt. Annapurna IV (7525 meters), Gangapurna (7455 meters), and Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 meters) will gratify your heart for the lifetime. This adventure will give you a taste of varying topography, vegetation, ecosystem, culture, and lifestyle. Pisang Peak Climb will be one of the best adventures of your lifetime. 

The Pisang Peak climb starts at Dharapani. From here, you will follow the trekking route that leads to many other famous destinations in the Annapurna circuit. The path follows the Marsyangdi River valley. You will experience varying landscapes and Gurung cultures along the way. Walk along the green meadows that lead up to a barren topography. 

You will see the red forest of rhododendron up to the upper area of Chame. Continue up to Upper Pisang, where you will acclimatize for a day. You will walk past a pasture called Kharka and take the trail along the leveled ground up to Pisang Peak Base Camp. Head towards Pisang Peak High Camp and summit the peak the day after. Stand tall at 6091 meters and enjoy the heavenly sight of iconic peaks of the Himalayas. Experience the touch of heaven on Earth.

After a successful climb, you will head down to base camp and make your way to Manang Valley, where you will get to know the monks’ lifestyle and the Gurung community. Passing through Yak Kharka, visit the Thorong La Pass (5416 meters) and reach Muktinath. You will board a flight back to Pokhara from Jomsom and put your exhaustion to rest. You will drive back to Kathmandu and board a flight back home on the 18th day of your journey. 

The best season for Pisang Peak Climbing is during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). During these two seasons, the weather remains clear and increases the chances of getting the best view of the mountain ranges. Moreover, the days are longer so that you get enough time to reach the destination for each day.

Short Introduction of Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak is one of the famous trekking destinations in the Annapurna Region. It stands tall at 6091 meters in the Western part of Nepal. A German Expedition team first climbed in 1955. The climb offers a relatively easier summiting experience in the Himalayas. You can witness the glorious sight of Mt. Annapurna I (8091 meters), Mt. Annapurna II (7937 meters), Mt. Manaslu (8156 meters), Mt. Annapurna IV (7525 meters), Gangapurna (7455 meters), and Mt. Dhaulagiri (8167 meters). 

Why You Will Love Pisang Peak Climbing

  • Pisang Peak is among the straightforward peaks in the Annapurna region
  • 360 degrees panoramic view from the height of 6091 meters
  • Includes the astounding Annapurna Circuit trekking route
  • One of the famous trekking peaks of Nepal
  • Easy peak to get introduced to alpine skills
  • Journey through high green hills, rocky trail, green meadows, mountain desert, rhododendron forest, Yak grazing land, and more
  • Stay in beautiful villages and surround yourself with Gurung ethnicity and lifestyle
  • View of Chako Peak (6687 meters) that runs alongside Hunlung Khola, Phu Khola, and Nar Khola
  • To the South runs Marsyangdi River and Mesokanto La
  • To the West is the Kali Gandaki gorge (world’s deepest gorge)
  • To the North is the Parchekya La (5447 meters)
  • Summit view includes Annapurna (II, III, IV), Dhaulagiri, Gangapurna, Tilicho Peak, Manaslu, and Lamjung Himalayan Range.

Is Pisang Peak Climb Right For You?

  • The weather conditions in the mountain region can be unpredictable and affect the specified length of the itinerary. The package may lengthen for customer safety in case of harsh weather conditions during the summit. So make sure you plan the time of the year carefully. The scenery and conditions may vary depending on the season you choose to go on this expedition.
  • For about a week, you will have to walk continuously for 5 to 7 hours per day, excluding the climb itself. So you should prepare yourself physically and mentally for the challenge. Do some exercises to increase your stamina and strength before you come to Nepal for your climb. Also, it will be a plus if you engage yourself in climbing exercises prior to this expedition.
  • Pisang Peak stands at 6091 meters/19,984 feet. This technical yet challenging climb will test your stamina, endurance, and strength. The adventure may be incredibly tricky for those with low fitness levels or no previous summiting experience. So make sure that your body can meet the fitness level required for the climb. 
  • This journey includes around 9 overnight stays over 3000 meters. The thinning air pressure may increase the risk of developing AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). You may encounter shortness of breath and mild headaches during your stay or climb. Your guide will make sure to lead you according to your natural pace. Walk slowly to let your body adjust to the thinning air. 
  • Our guides and Sherpas are well trained and experienced in handling emergencies. They also carry first aid, including some emergency medicines, to help you in the time of difficulty. In extreme cases where you need emergency evacuation from any spot, we will rescue you via helicopter. 
  • We recommend that you keep yourself active and fit to decrease the risk of fatality. Make sure that you are physically and physiologically capable of taking the climb before booking the trip. If you are unsure about your conditions, you should seek medical advice.

Day-to-Day Itinerary Table

Day Itinerary  Altitude  Duration
1 Arrival At Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu) and Transfer to Hotel 1,400 m
2 Kathmandu Valley Sightseeing Tour + Climbing Preparation 1400 m
3 Drive From Kathmandu to Dharapani 1960 m 7 hours drive on Jeep,
4 Trek From Dharapani to Chame 2710 m 5 to 6 hours
5 Trek From Chame to Upper Pisang  3700 m 5 to 6 hours
6 Acclimatization Day at Upper Pisang 3700 m
7 Trek From Upper Pisang to Pisang Peak Basecamp 4380 m 4 to 5 hours
8 Trek From Basecamp to High Camp 5400 m 3 to 4 hours
9 Summit Pisang Peak and Descend to Basecamp 6091 m at Pisang Peak

4380 m at Base Camp

8 to 9 hours
10 Contingency day  4380 m
11 Trek From Pisang Base Camp to Manang Valley 3540 m 5 to 6 hours
12 Trek From Manang To Yak Kharka 4110 m 3 to 4 hours
13 Trek From Yak Kharka To Thorung Phedi 4420 m 3 to 4 hours
14 Trek From Thorung Phedi To Muktinath via Thorung La Pass 3800 m at Muktinath

5416 m at Thorung La Pass

8 to 9  hours
15 Trek From Muktinath To Jomsom 2715 m  5 to 6 hours
16 Morning Flight From Jomsom To Pokhara Airport and Explore The City of Pokhara 827 m 35 minutes
17 Drive Back to Kathmandu  1400 m 6 hours
18 Final Departure from Tribhuvan International Airport 1400 m



Our representative will greet you and your group at the Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu) on your arrival. After issuing an on-arrival visa at the airport, you will then move to your hotel for rest and lunch. You will receive a briefing about your daily activities throughout your trip. You can either take the day off or roam around the capital city. Take enough rest as a whole new day is ahead of you.


  • Transport to the hotel on a private tourist vehicle
  • Traditional Nepali dinner and an introduction of the team
  • Short briefing about the daily itinerary.

Special Information

Make sure to attend the meeting. We will be providing information about your insurance and other essential aspects of the trip. If you are running late, please let the hotel reception know about it. You can ask the receptionist or look for a note regarding the meeting place.

Hotel - 3 Stars

You will take a tour of Kathmandu valley today. After breakfast, our representative will greet you in the hall. You will receive a briefing about the day and the places you will visit. You will ride from the hotel to some of the cultural heritage sites listed as World Heritage Sites. You first set your foot at Pashupatinath Temple, which is the biggest Hindu shrine. This temple is at least a couple of centuries old.

From here, you will visit Boudhanath Stupa, which holds religious importance among Buddhists. After a quick lunch break, you will ride to Swayambhunath Stupa. You can see the whole of Kathmandu Valley from this spot. Later in the evening, you will roam around Kathmandu Durbar Square. This historical site is the epitome of the architecture of Nepal.

While on your way back to the hotel, you can find your way around Thamel. This place is the tourist hub of Kathmandu. You can shop souvenirs from here to take back home.


  • A visit to Pashupatinath Temple
  • A visit to Boudhanath Stupa
  • A visit to Swayambhunath Stupa
  • Roam around Kathmandu Durbar Square
  • Stroll around Thamel.

Special Information

We recommend that you carry proper trekking gear, such as walking poles, shoes, and other items. They will ease your climb through the rugged path. If you don’t have the equipment, inform your guide. We will arrange those items for you in Kathmandu.

Hotel - 3 Stars

You will get up early in the morning, have breakfast, and get on a private jeep from your hotel to Dharapani. You will see many green hills and vegetation as soon as you leave the busy city of Kathmandu. The drive will take around 7 hours. Further, you will continue the drive along the canal of the outskirts and descend to a narrow path of Pam Khola.

After passing the stream, you will reach Denauti village. Here, you will gain your first experience of an authentic Nepali settlement. You will continue along the bank of the Marshyangdi Khola, the paddy fields, and subtropical forests. Finally, you will reach Dharapani, where you will be spending the night.


  • Drive to  Besisahar and then to Dharapani via Jeep,
  • Beautiful sceneries along the Prithvi highway,
  • Experience traditional Nepali village and lifestyle,
  • Approximate time – 7 hours drive


  • Travel by Jeep

7 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will walk down the trail through the gorgeous Marsyangdi valley. After crossing the valley, you will get the first sight of the mystical Manaslu and Annapurna mountain ranges. You will also see multiple cascading waterfalls along your way. The beautiful aura of the natural environment and the mountain scenery will keep you wondering throughout the day.

You will start to notice variations in the settlements and flora as you continue towards the higher altitude. The influence of the Tibetan lifestyle is dominant in higher regions. The sight of mountain peaks continues to accompany you along the way.  The trail is rugged and uneven, so be careful when you take your steps. You will reach Chame in about 7 hours.


  • A peaceful walk through the Marsyangdi Valley,
  • The first sight of Annapurna range and Manaslu,
  • Beautiful waterfalls,
  • Continue  through well-managed rice fields,
  • Suspension bridge along the way,
  • Experience the change in vegetation and lifestyle,
  • Introduction to Tibetan lifestyle and food,
  • Approximate time – 5 to 6 hours

Special Information

We will take periodic small breaks along the way. Use your hiking poles, carry water bottles, and maintain your natural pace. It will help you move forward with ease.

The path above Sattale follows a grassy riverbank. On a further climb, the trail becomes narrow and more difficult. Follow your guide’s instructions carefully. If you have any problem with your hike, do not hesitate to inform your guide.

6 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After an early breakfast, we will get back on the trail. Morning is the best time to start the hike as the temperature is soothing, and you will have full energy after the night’s sleep. The trail is pretty much similar to any other day with rocky and uneven topography.

Head along the bank of Marsyangdi river and move towards Bharatang. Soon you will cross a suspension bridge and reach Dhikur Pokhari. After leaving the area, you will enter a beautiful coniferous forest and finally arrive at Pisang. You will spend the night in a teahouse.

Above 3000 meters, you will begin to notice the change in vegetation numbers. Floral life starts to become scarce at higher levels. You will come across a drier terrain that gives it a desert-like ambiance.


  • Walk along the bank of Marshyangdi River
  • Follow the path inside of the beautiful coniferous forests and into the settlement area
  • Approximate time – 5 to 6 hours

Special Information

This trek includes rapid elevations at some places.

6 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, you will rest at Upper Pisang for acclimatization. Take ample rest to let your body adapt to the changing environment. During the day, you will explore areas around Upper Pisang. Stroll around while enjoying the view of Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak. Play games, talk to the locals and get to know their lifestyle. A day of rest will help you avoid the risks of altitude sickness.


  • Acclimatize your body to reduce/prevent the risk of altitude sickness,
  • Rest for the day,
  • Get to know the local lifestyle,
  • Enjoy the view of Annapurna, Gangapurna, and Tilicho peak.

Special Information

If you face any sort of difficulty in breathing or experience symptoms of altitude sickness, immediately notify your guide. Your guide will carry some medications to help relieve the symptoms. Do not consume alcoholic drinks as it increases the risks. Consume plenty of hot water, stay warm, and, most importantly, stay close to the group.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After acclimatizing for a day to the thinning air pressure, you will continue to climb to the Pisang Peak Basecamp after having breakfast. Move along the trail through scanty forests and come out to a pasture land known as Kharka. The atmosphere continues to become harsher as you ascend. Continue along the main path, and soon, you will reach the leveled ground at the foot of Pisang Peak. This area is the Pisang Peak Basecamp where you will tent for tonight.


  • Closer view of Pisang Peak,
  • Follow the main trail towards Pisang Peak Base Camp,
  • Approximate time – 4 to 5 hours


  • A short walk around the base camp area,
  • Drink plenty of hot water/drinks,
  • Get rest.

5 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After packing and arranging your equipment, you will walk on the main trail again. You will start noticing a difference in landscape and vegetation as you continue elevating to the higher ground. Further, you will continue along the steep path that leads you to the Pisang Peak High Camp point. This spot allows the best access to Pisang Peak. You will set up your camp here. Explore the surroundings and take enough rest to acclimatize. You can relax and enjoy the panoramic sunset from High Camp.


  • A better view of the Pisang Peak,
  • Limitless panorama of the Annapurna mountain range,
  • Mesmerizing sunset,
  • Approximate time – 3 to 4 hours

4 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will start your climb from High Camp at between 1 am to 3 am. Starting early at this hour will give you ample time to climb the peak and get a view of the sunrise from up there. Follow the well-defined ridge from High Camp that will lead you up the final snow slope. The climb is steep and technical from here onwards, so it is going to be difficult. Your guide will fix the ropes and carefully lead you towards the apex of Pisang Peak. You should have your crampons on to avoid slipping accidents.

Keep moving along the trail, and you will soon stand on top of the Pisang Peak. Breathe the mountain air and celebrate your achievement. A glimpse of the sunrise from the mountain is something you will cherish for a lifetime.

After making sure that you have caught the Annapurna region’s best views from 6091 meters, you will slowly make your way down to the base camp. The trail is tricky, especially when descending, so be careful. You will make multiple stops in between to catch your breath. Pisang Peak Base Camp (4380 meters) is your camping spot for tonight.


  • Summit the Pisang Peak,
  • A magical view of the mountain ranges from the height of 6091 meters,
  • View sunrise from the peak,
  • Approximate time – 8 to 9 hours

Special Information

The view from 6091 meters is impressive. You can see the Annapurna massif from up here while the clouds soar far beneath you. As mesmerizing as this scenery can be, it is equally risky. Being at such height for a longer time dramatically develops the symptoms of altitude sickness. Don’t spend much of your time here. Take shots from every angle possible and climb down as soon as possible.

9 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 10 :

You will decide whether to carry on the descent or spend the day at Basecamp. After a difficult and long climb the day before, you might need to rest for the day. Take a day off from trekking and spend your day at the Base Camp. Visit the surrounding area, play games, get to know the locals, and get proper rest.


  • Acclimatize,
  • Rest for the day,
  • Enjoy the natural scenery,

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Follow down the original path that will lead you up to Manang. Manang is a famous acclimatization hub of climbers coming to the Annapurna Region. To reach Manang, you will pass through many agricultural fields and meadows along the way.

On reaching Manang, you will explore the small valley. Your guide will take you to some of the famous viewpoints of the valley. You will pay a visit to the Bryaga Monastery. Here, you will get introduced to the daily lives of local monks. This monastery is renowned for the limitless scenery of the Annapurna ranges.

You will see many stone houses and prayer flags throughout the area. Walk around, talk to the locals, and enjoy the bold Annapurna Range towering above the valley. Give your body proper rest so that it can adjust to the thin air pressure.


  • Descend to one of the famous resting stops of Nepal – Manang,
  • Acclimatize,
  • Get a sight of the Bryaga Monastery and get to know the lifestyle of the monks,
  • Explore around the Manang Valley,
  • Know the Gurung culture and lifestyle,
  • Approximate time – 5 to 6 hours

6 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After a peaceful stay at Manang, you will hit the trail after having breakfast. You will climb up the hill after leaving Manang. The path gradually gets steeper as you continue along the main trail. Continue the walk and take multiple breaks if you have to.

You will soon reach the alpine landscape and pass through unique vegetation until you get to the summer pasture region known as Yak Kharka. Yak Kharka is a small settlement area established as a resting spot for the Annapurna Circuit trekkers.


  • Encounter unique vegetation along the alpine forest
  • Gorgeous view of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Range
  • See the Yak grazing territory
  • Approximate time – 3 to 4 hours

4 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today, you will get back on the trail to Thorung Phedi. You will leave the pastures of Yak Kharka and gradually climb to the ridge. You can get an excellent view of the mountain peaks from this spot, such as Mt. Syagang, Thorong Peak, Mt. Khatungkan, and Mt. Gundang.

Slowly descend to the headwaters of Marshyangdi River and cross it on a wooden bridge. Be careful on the bridge. The trail now follows the bank of Jarsang Khola. After a short hike up the mountain path, you will reach the scree slopes above the river and finally to Thorong Phedi, where you will spend the night.


  • Walk along the pastures and settlement areas
  • View of various mountain peaks
  • Hike along the bank of Jarsang Khola
  • Approximate time – 3 to 4 hours

4 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The destination today is Muktinath via Thorung La (5416 m). The path becomes immediately steep as you leave Thorung Phedi. After around 4 hours of walk, the trail gradually flattens. You will head towards the Kali Gandaki valley surrounded by the purple and brown hills of Mustang.

Prayer flags, along with the tea houses, make this place beautiful. Along with this, you can see the Dhaulagiri standing tall and bright above the valley. You will then trek down to Muktinath, where you will stay overnight.


  • Steep climb towards the Kali Gandaki Valley
  • Crossing the world’s biggest pass, Thorong-La 5,416m.
  • View of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna
  • Overnight stay at Muktinath
  • Approximate time – 8 to 9 hours

9 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Muktinath is a sacred land with religious importance for Hindus and Buddhists, also called Mukti Kshetra—The Land of Salvation. You will visit the famous Muktinath temple early in the morning. You can bathe in the 108 waterspouts if you like. Later, you will walk for around 3 hours until you reach Kagbeni.

Kagbeni is a small yet beautiful place considered the economic hub of this region. Leave Kagbeni and head down to the world’s deepest gorge–Kali Gandaki Gorge. Finally, you will head towards Jomsom. You will spend the rest of the day roaming around this peaceful town. You will experience the Tibetan culture at Jomsom. Stay overnight at a lodge.


  • The sight of the world’s deepest gorge – Kali Gandaki Gorge
  • Experience Tibetan lifestyle and culture
  • Approximate time – 5 to 6 hours

6 hours
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You will board a flight to Pokhara from Jomsom airport. The flight offers a view of the mountain ranges and hills of the region. Once you get to Pokhara, you will transfer to your hotel. You can freshen up and have lunch. For the rest of the day, you will explore the City of Lakes.

There are many places you can visit and lots of things you can do in Pokhara. You will go to Tal Barahi, book a boat ride, walk or cycle around the Lakeside, visit the World Peace Pagoda, and Devi’s fall. You will enjoy your time here. The town comes alive during the night time. You can get yourself a drink at one of the pubs at Lakeside. Pokhara will surely relieve the stress and sore muscles from the tiring climb of Pisang Peak.


  • Board a flight to Pokhara
  • Explore the City of Lakes
  • Approximate time – 35 minutes

Special Information

Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara depends on the mountain weather. Unfavorable weather may increase the chances of flight delays or cancellation. In case of cancellation of the flights, we can try the next day or take an 8-9 hours bus/jeep ride to Pokhara.

35 minutes

Early in the morning, you will have breakfast and take a bus/jeep ride back to Kathmandu via Prithvi Highway. You will enjoy the same scenery of the transverse highway as before. We can book the flight back to Kathmandu from Pokhara if you like. It will cost you an additional $120 per person.

After reaching Kathmandu, you can roam around the town. Visit the museums, historical places, Durbar Squares, or hang around the famous tourist hub of Thamel. You can buy souvenirs from this place to take back home.


  • Drive back to Kathmandu
  • Roam around the famous tourist spots
  • Do some shopping from Thamel
  • Approximate time – 6 hours

Special Information

Instead of driving, you can also take a flight back to Kathmandu from Pokhara. It will cost you an extra 120 USD per person. However, if you wish to do so, you need to inform us before starting the climb on the first day.

6 hours
Hotel - 3 Stars

Make sure that you have packed all of your belongings during the check out from the hotel. Our representative from Nepal Social Treks will drive you to the Tribhuvan International Airport on a tourist bus. From here, you will board the plane back to your home country.


  • Farewell souvenirs
  • Drive to Tribhuvan International Airport
  • See off by our representative.


The Trip Cost Includes

  • Arrival and departure transfer services on both domestic and international flights, as mentioned on itinerary.
  • 3 nights 3-star hotel accommodation at Kathmandu and one night 3-star B/B hotel accommodation at Pokhara.
  • Experienced and government-licensed high-altitude trekking crew throughout the trekking and climbing period.
  • Schedule flight tickets from Jomsom to Pokhara to all climbing members, Sherpa guide, liaison officer, and kitchen staff.
  • All trekking and mountaineering equipment, including kitchen tent, storage tent, dining tent, toilet tents, tables, chairs, and cooking utensils for camps above the Pisang Peak Base Camp.
  • Standard climbing equipment, including fixed and main rope, ice bars, ice screws, snow bars, etc.
  • All the services of chef and kitchen assistant at Pisang Peak Base Camp.
  • 3 meals a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner alongside tea or coffee available in the tea house/hotel/lodge throughout the trekking period.
  • All food and fuel for the Base Camp and higher camps during the expedition for all the climbing members.
  • 20kg baggage allowance per person during the trekking period, carried by a Yak or porter.
  • Daily weather report services.
  • Trekking permit and TIMS (Trekking Information Management System) card.
  • Expedition royalty and climbing permit of the Government of Nepal to climb Pisang Peak.
  • Royalties and fees of the Government of Nepal.
  • One experienced, trained, and government-licensed climbing/expedition Guide (Sherpa) per client.
  • All wages, equipment, medical and accidental insurances for all dedicated staff throughout the trekking and expedition period.
  • Equipment allowances and wages for climbing Sherpa’s, chefs, government liaison officers, and kitchen assistants.
  • First aid medical kits for the climbing group and the staff.
  • Satellite phone carried by a guide for communication and available to clients at the cost of USD3 per minute.
  • Appropriate food for high altitude and at Pisang Peak Base Camp and above as required.
  • The heater will be offered at Base Camp for heating the dining room.
  • Emergency oxygen, mask, and regulator provided on the requirement of climbers with appropriate charge if needed.
  • Each expedition member will have an individual tent available.
  • Solar panel for light and battery charging.
  • All tents for the camps between Pisang Peak Base Camp and the Pisang Peak summits for members and staff.
  • Gamow bags (Portable Altitude Chamber).
  • Helicopter rescue insurance for high altitude climbing Sherpa guide, climbers, chef, and staff.
  • Free assistance service for cargo clearance and duties.
  • Trekking and climbing route map of Pisang Peak.
  • EPI cooking gas and stove will be provided above Base Camp for cooking food and boiling water.
  • Our service charge and government taxes imposed in Nepal.
  • Complete pre-departure information as well as flight ticket reconfirmation.
  • Visa extension procedure services (if required).
  • Farewell dinner in a typical Nepali restaurant with a culture show in Kathmandu.

The Trip Cost Exclude(s)

  • Nepal Entry Visa. You will have to get it at Tribhuvan Airport upon your arrival,
  • Meals in cities (Kathmandu and Pokhara) except for welcome snacks and farewell lunch,
  • Any packed food or snacks, aerated drinks, energy drinks, mineral water, alcohol, cigarettes, chocolates, and nutria-bars during the trekking period.
  • Items of personal nature, laundry expenses, and tips.
  • Any extra expenses arising out of unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, and changes in government regulations, etc.
  • Extra transportation service other than what is mentioned in the itinerary program.
  • Any additional staff other than the specified ones.
  • Rescue, repatriation, medicines, medical tests as well as hospitalization expenses.
  • Medical insurance, travel insurance, and emergency rescue evacuation if necessary.
  • Walkie-talkies.
  • Filming permit on Pisang Peak.
  • Personal climbing and trekking gear.
  • Expenses incurred towards the usage of landlines, internet expenses, mobiles, walkie-talkies, and satellite phones.
  • Clothing, packing items or bags, personal medical kit, and camera or video fees.
  • Nepal custom duty for import of expedition equipment.
  • Summit bonus for climbing Sherpa Guides as per mountaineering association rules.
  • Tips and gifts for the Base Camp and high altitude trekking and climbing staff.
  • Airfare of international flights.
  • Nepal entry visa fee (Visa issuance on arrival in Kathmandu)
  • Any extra services or offers or activities not mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Personal climbing gears,
  • Kathmandu Sightseeing entrance fee,
  • Expenses incurred due to any accidents, strikes, political unrest, etc,
  • Any other costs not included here.

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

How do I get a visa for Nepal?

You can get a Nepal visa at the immigration office at Kathmandu Airport on arrival. Here are the visa fees:
For two weeks – 30 USD
For one month (Four weeks) – 50 USD
For three months (90 days) – 125 USD
For further visa extension – 3 USD for each extra day

What do I need to get a Nepal Visa?

You need the following documents to get a Nepal Visa:
Pre-applied online visa application number or kiosk machine to process the application at Kathmandu airport arrival.
Cash (USD) depending on the number of days you are planning to stay in Nepal.
A valid passport for at least six months

What is the best time to climb Pisang Peak?

The best time for Pisang Peak Climb is during Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). Most of the time, the sky remains clear during these two seasons so that you will get the best view of the mountain ranges. However, the weather in the mountain region can be unpredictable. Wind speed and cloud position constantly keep changing.

You may start on a bright sunny day, but the weather can soon turn to cloudy and windy. Make sure that you set a minimum of 22 days for Pisang Peak Climb, in case of bad weather.

How difficult is it to climb Pisang Peak?

Pisang Peak is one of the famous mountains amongst the Annapurna massif. Climbing this peak is moderately difficult. Although climbing to the Pisang apex is relatively easy, it requires mountaineering skills to conquer the peak. The huge rock in the Western end makes it difficult to cross over. Moreover, the crevassed Glacier hangs on the western flank of the mountain to make the journey quite challenging.

Overall, Pisang Peak is not a technically difficult destination. Anyone with a bit of peak climbing experience who is physically and mentally fit can conquer this peak.

Do I need insurance to climb Pisang Peak?

Yes, you do need insurance to climb Pisang Peak. You need to get full insurance that includes travel, medical, and emergency evacuation to avoid unnecessary expenses in case of any unfortunate incident. Choose your insurance wisely, and if you have trouble, we can direct you just to the right one.

What kind of preparations do I have to make for Pisang Peak Climbing?

Mountaineering is a fun activity but also includes many challenges. Safety is the main priority when you are in the mountain region. Making adequate preparations can help minimize the risk and increase the possibility of a successful climb. Here are some tips about how to prepare for Pisang Peak Climbing:

Take a basic rock-climbing course
Hit the gym. Engage in strength training, and most importantly, cardio. You will need better stamina during the climb
Consult your physician for health checkups. You can get better medical advice on preventing High Altitude Pulmonary Edema and High Altitude Cerebral Edema
Complete all the mandatory paper works
Get full travel insurance.

How fit should I have to be to go on the Pisang Peak Climbing?

Pisang Peak is a relatively easier peak to climb as compared to other mountains in the Annapurna region. However, this climb includes 5 to 7 hours of walk each day on a rugged and uneven trail. The path keeps on elevating each day till you reach the peak. You need to be in a good physical and mental state to overcome the challenges during the climb. We recommend that you pursue strength and stamina training before coming to Nepal for the climb.

Who will be my guide?

We provide you local guides. On each expedition, our guides have been to the relevant areas many times. All the guides are experienced, flexible, and authorized by the Government of Nepal.

Our guides are professionals on mountaineering with extensive knowledge on the Himalayas, more than 5 years of experience with at least 3 times summit of Mt. Everest and are trained and assessed by the International Federation of Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA) or Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) with many years of Mountaineering experience in the world’s highest mountains.

Am I likely to get altitude sickness on the Pisang Peak climb?

Pisang Peak measures a height of 6091 meters. You will be spending 7 days above the height of 3000 meters. The adverse conditions can induce the risk of getting altitude sickness while climbing this Peak. The air continues getting thinner as you continue your ascend.

However, we have designed our itinerary in a way that suits every level of climber. Our itinerary will give your body enough time to acclimatize to the changing environment and air pressure. Our guides have proper training and experience to handle any situation that may arise during the climb.

They will also carry oximeter and first aid kits in case of emergencies. In need of immediate evacuation, we will arrange a helicopter to pick you up and take you to the nearest hospital from the region. With Nepal Social Treks and Expedition, you will always be in safe hands.

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