Pisang Peak Climbing

Overview

Trips Fact

  • Duration 19
  • Max-Altitude: 60919m/19982ft Max
  • Best Season: Spring (Feb-May) & Autumn (Sep-Dec)
  • Departure From: Kathmandu
  • Arrival on: Kathmandu
  • Group Size: Min. 2 – Max. 12
  • Breakfast: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Diffculty: Moderate to Strenuous
Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Summit Climbing (6,091m/ 19,983ft) offers you the best mountaineering experiences of Pisang Peak erected between two eight thousand Annapurna I (8,091/26,545ft) and Mt. Manaslu (8,163m/26,781ft). In addition, you cross via Thorang La Pass – the highest pass and astonishing pristine mountains views the world’s highest peaks – Annapurna I, Annapurna II, Annapurna IV, Manaslu, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Macchapuchhre and other peaks. Also, you trek to Muktinath – the sacred temple with 108 natural water taps and Kali Gandaki Gorge – the world’s deepest gorge.

During your journey, you witness a beautiful and diverse landscape, change in terrain, lush green forests, arid rocky trails, purest rivers and sacred mountains. You see countless waterfalls cascading into the Main River, deepest Kali Gandaki gorge, alpine forests, pasture, glacial lakes, glaciers, icefalls and snow-capped mountains. You also feel blessed at Muktinath – a popular pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Buddhists.

Reaching Tatopani, you can take a hot shower in a natural hot spring. The outstanding mountain views from Poon Hill, the typical Gurung culture and hospitality at Ghandruk village and natural landscapes at Pothana and Phedi are also some of the attractions on this expedition. Finally, we drive you to Pokhara – the most beautiful lake city in Nepal.

Book your Pisang Peak Climbing with Lonely Nepal Trek. We promise you to provide the best quality trekking services, security and proper guidance plus assistance. Be ready to collect the most beautiful memories, natural-thrilling moments and life-changing activities.

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  • Summit Pisang Peak (6,091m/ 19,983ft), and enjoy the most beautiful Himalayan views from the top
  • One of the easiest expeditions in Nepal
  • Visit Muktinath– one of the sacred Hindu-Buddhist temples
  • Cross Thorang La Pass – the highest pass
  • Indulge with 3600 dazzling close viewsof Annapurna range – Annapurna – I (8,091m/26,454ft), Mt. Machhapuchre (6,997m/22,956ft), Bharha Chuli (7646m/25,085ft), Gandharva Chuli (6,248m/20827), and more
  • Be with charming local people (mostly Thakalis, Gurungs & Magars), their settlements and culture, fertile farmland and traditional farming.
  • Enjoy Hot Springat Jhinu Danda (Hill)
  • Well-experienced licensed guides, strong porters and supportive crew members
  • Physically less challenging journey, and heavenly natural pleasure – Collect lifetime experiences
  • One of the most satisfying expeditions in Nepal.

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Itinerary

When you land at the Tribhuvan International Airport, you will meet our representative. He/she will greet you and drive to our luxury Nepali authentic restaurant and assist you to check-in at Thamel. So, please keep your eyes on someone holding a placard with your name or our company’s name – Lonely Nepal.

In the evening, we arrange a short introduction meeting. You will meet your guide, and our trekking expert will provide you with all the detailed information about the trek.

We offer you a welcome dinner and you simply take a rest at the restaurant. Overnight, you stay at our restaurant and restore your energy to accomplish your upcoming adventurous trip to Pisang Peak Climbing.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

Today, you are going to enjoy the Kathmandu Valley Tour – the city full of World Heritage Sites, Nepali culture and many more to explore.

Early morning, we offer you a warm breakfast and your sightseeing starts with our city guide. At first, you visit Pashupatinath Temple – the holiest Hindu Temple on the bank of the sacred Bagmati River, then move to Boudhanath Stupa – the biggest Buddhist Stupa architecture in the world. After that, we drive you to Patan Durbar Square. In addition, we take you to Swayambhunath Stupa – the 2000 years old legendary stupa on the hilltop also nick-named as monkey temple. Finally, we come to Kathmandu Durbar Square, observe Kumari Temple (living goddess temple), Nautale Durbar, the Kaal Bhairav, the Swet Bhairav, the freak streets and more.

Your exciting city tour finishes in the evening. You take a delicious dinner and take a rest collecting energy for the upcoming adventure.

 

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

After taking a warm breakfast, we drive you to Besisahar (Lamjung) in a private jeep/van passing through Thankot, Dhading and Gorkha. It’s a comfortable journey. When we reach Besisahar, further, we start traveling on the bumpy, dusty and rural roads to our destination Jagat.

This drive is thrilling, but it is also exciting that you can witness rural lifestyle, green rolling hills at the backdrop, rolling rivers, dazzling snow-capped mountains, terraced farmland and a pristine environment. After 5-6 hours long but scenic drive, we reach Jagat.

From Jagat, we start trekking. We trek through dense forest and along the rolling Marsyangdi River. We cross many suspension bridges over Marsyangdi River, pass through the dense forest, climb the rocky trail to reach Tal village. From Tal village, we ascend towards Dharapani village enjoying outstanding views of waterfalls, ridges, cliffs, and greenish landscape on the trail.

Finally, we reach Dharapani and stay here overnight.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

We take a delicate breakfast early in the morning and start trekking to Chame – the headquarters of Manag district.

Moving towards Chame, we ascend uphill through dense forest, tributaries, gorges and steep stone staircase tracing the villages Bagarchap, Danakyu and Koto. Enjoy the fascinating surrounding, the Tibetan Buddhist Lifestyle, culture and tradition, and panoramic view of snow-covered mountains such as Lamjung Himal, Annapurna, Manaslu, and a few other peaks.

A 5-6 hours trek from Dharapani takes us to Chame.

Overnight, we stay and take a rest at Chame.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

On this day, we start trekking from Chame to Pisang passing through Bhratang, Dhukur Pokhari and lower Pisang.

From Chame, our trails trace uphill passing through rhododendron, alpine and oak forests. You enjoy the spectacular view of snow-capped mountains rising from the Marsyandi River. Ahead, we reach Bhratang, an apple orchid village. We can taste fresh apples or apple pies here.

Again, we resume our journey following the trail carved into the sides of the cliffs, walking along with the river bank and crossing suspension bridges. Finally, we reach Dhukur Pokhari from where you can enjoy the jaw-dropping views of Annapurna II, III, and IV.

Further, we continue our trek, cross the suspension bridge, pass grassy meadows and reach Pisang.

Overnight, we take a shelter at Pisang and take a rest

 

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

This day, we rest and acclimatize at Upper Pisang. From Upper Pisang, you enjoy the spectacular views of Annapurna II, III, and IV, Gangapurna, and Tilicho Lake.

Also, we check and set up our climbing gears – ropes, axes, ladders and crampons.

Overnight, we stay here at Upper Pisang.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

On this day, we trek to Pisang Base Camp. We pass through pastures, then follow the rough and steeply rocky trails through spares forests and reach Pisang Base Camp.

No worries! Our guides and helpers set up a tent and prepare food. We enjoy the panorama of tantalizing Annapurna Range, glaciers, and serene scenery. Overnight, we stay here at Pisang Base Camp.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

On this day, our trek is more challenging and difficult as we are moving to higher altitudes. From Base Camp, we trek over slippery rocky trails and reach High Camp. You can enjoy spectacular views of the high mountains, glaciers and landscapes.

At High Camp, we set up a tent and stay overnight.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

This is the most awaited moment throughout our expedition. After early breakfast, our expedition to Pisang Peak starts. This offers you the pristine views of Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Lamjung Himal, Gangaupurna, Dhaulagiri Himal, Tilicho Himal, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Mt, Manaslu and other peaks.

Climbing the snow steep ridge makes the expedition riskier, so you should follow the guide’s instructions, guidelines and use gears cautiously. We need ropes, axes, ladders and crampons to go to the summit.

After enjoying fully on the top of Pisang Peak, we drop back to Base Camp. Overnight, we stay at Pisang Base Camp.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

Leavings Pisang Base Camp, we follow the trails down to Lower Pisang. Along the trail, enjoy the finest scenery of the trek. You reach Ghyaru – a fascinating cluster-village with beautifully constructed stone houses surrounded by fields of wheat, barley, buckwheat, potatoes and beans. Trekking along with a high cross with great scenery, up and down the valley, we reach Ngawal.

From Ngawal, we walk alongside Lophelling Monastery and Shey Monastery above Ngawal and reach the Julu junction. We take the right turn, walk further to Braga village. After taking lunch at Braga, we trek on the cliff through the upstream of Marsyandi River to Manang. This village is the most advanced and one of the largest villages in this region

Overnight, we stay here at Manang and relax.

 

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

On this day, from Manang, we retrace back to Khangsar Khola and reach Shri Kharka. The route then continues from Khangsar to the north-west to a viewpoint. We can see the enthralling Annapurna Range, Tilicho Peak, Gangapurna, and other peaks. We hike the steep trail from the viewpoint, cross the suspension bridge across Thorung Khola and reach Yak Kharka.

Overnight, we stay here at Yak Kharka.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

Enjoying an early warm breakfast, we follow the trails to Thorang La Pass – the highest Pass in Annapurna Circuit Trail. The track returns to Ledar from Base Camp, then ascends steeply along the Marsyangdi River, crossing multiple streams and narrow paths before descending to Thorang La Phedi.

Overnight, we stay here at Thorang La Phedi.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

On this day, we pass through Thorang La Pass – the highest, challenging and adventurous Pass on Annapurna Circuit. From Thorang La Phedi, we climb steeply and reach the top of Thorung High Camp. After walking for a few hours and crossing bridges, we reach the top of the Thoruang La Pass. From here, you enjoy the wonderful Annapurna Range, Kali Gandaki Gorge, pristine scenery and snow-covered mountains in the distance.

Spending some time at the Thorang La Pass, we descend towards Muktinath – one of the sacred Hindu-Buddhist temples.

Overnight, we shelter at Muktinath.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

Taking a delightful breakfast, we leave Muktinath for Tatopani. We hire a jeep and drive you from Muktinath to Tatopani through a dry, busty and rustic road. After one and half hours, we drive through the trading route of Kagbeni – a medieval village with closely packed mud houses, dark tunnels and alleys. Then we reach Jomsom. Enjoy something extraordinary adventurous in the arid landscape of Mustang.

On our way to Tatopani, we also pass through Marpha – the famous apple orchid village and local alcohol made of apples. You feel overwhelmed with the blooming flowers or trees full of apples in the village.

Driving further, we reach Tatopani – the famous village of the natural hot springs. We spend a wonderful time taking a hot shower in the natural hot spring.

Overnight, we stay here at Tatopani.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

After early breakfast, we resume our trek from Tatopani to Ghorepani. We walk along the motor road and drop down towards Kali Gandaki River. We cross one of the longest suspension bridges over Kali Gandaki and pass through dense forest, then the villages such as Ghara, Shikha, Phalate and Chitre.

Finally, we reach Ghorepani and spend a night here.

 

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

From Ghorepani, we resume our journey and climb towards Tadapani walking along the ridges and passing through forests. After a 5-6 hours trek, we reach Tadapani. We take lunch at Tadapani.

From Tadapani, we resume our trek to Ghandruk – a Gurung village which is also enlisted under UNESCO as the world heritage village. We cross dense forests, cross streams and a wooden bridge while descending to Ghandruk.

At Ghandruk, you can explore the Gurung Museum of the village. Further, you can have appealing scenes of the towering peaks and Massif Mountains such as Annapurna – III (7,755m/25,443ft), Hiunchuli (6,441m/21,132ft), Machhapuchre (6,993m/22,943ft), and Gangapurna (7,455m/24,458ft).

Overnight, we stay at Ghandruk and relish with the local Gurung culture, lifestyle, tradition and cultural live songs with dances.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

From Ghandruk, we trail ascends to Kimbu situated on the bank of Modi Khola. Following the Modi Khola for few minutes, we reach Landruk climbing the stone stair-cases. Going up further, we reach Tolka village, then to the ridge of Deurali. From Deurali, enjoy the stunning scenes of Pokhara city, and Phewa Lake. Also, you can see glittering sights of the Annapurna range, Machhapuchre, Hiunchuli and Dhaulagiri.

Finally, descending from Deurali, we reach Pothana. We spend the night here.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

Today, your journey is going to be easier and more comfortable from Pothana to Phedi. At first, we slope down from Pothana for an hour, then stroll along the gravel road for a couple of hours. Ultimately, we come down at Dhampus Phedi. Then, we drive you back to Pokhara from Phedi.

Overnight, we celebrate our triumph in Pokhara. You have completed your Pisang West Peak Climbing. So, feel relaxed, take a rest and enjoy your time in Pokhara.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

Early in the morning, we take a warm breakfast in Pokhara. Then, we drive back to Kathmandu in a luxury tourist bus. On the way, you enjoy the scenic pastoral landscapes, terrace farming, green rolling hills, fast-flowing rivers and rows of settlements on both sides of the road.

After 6-7 hours of a comfortable journey, we reach Kathmandu and transfer you to the restaurant. You can take a rest or explore the streets and markets in Kathmandu. Even you can enjoy various foods at different restaurants in Thamel – the No. 1 tourist city in Nepal.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

On this final day, offering you a delicate breakfast, we transfer to the Tribhuvan International airport via our private transportation. We bid a happy ‘Goodbye’ to you and wish you a safe flight.

  • Hikking Info: 19
  • Max: 60919m/19982ft Max

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