Pisang Peak Climbing

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Pisang Peak, Pisang, Nepal
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12 Days 11 Nights

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

12 people


English, Nepali

About this tour

Beyond the technical challenges, Pisang Peak climbing offers a cultural dimension as trekkers and climbers traverse through charming villages such as Pisang and Manang, experiencing the rich traditions of the local Gurung and Tibetan communities. The trekking route provides a gradual acclimatization process as it winds through diverse landscapes, from lush subtropical forests to arid high-altitude terrain. The Base Camp, situated at an elevation of around 4,380 meters (14,370 feet), becomes a strategic hub for climbers to prepare for the ascent.

The climb itself often involves a high camp setup, and the final push to the summit rewards climbers with awe-inspiring vistas, including the Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, and other prominent peaks. The descent is typically via the Thorong La Pass, offering a comprehensive circuit experience.

While Pisang Peak is accessible to climbers with previous trekking and basic climbing experience, its combination with the Annapurna Circuit ensures a well-rounded adventure that encompasses both natural beauty and cultural immersion. It remains a popular choice for those seeking a challenging yet achievable peak climbing experience in the heart of the Himalayas.

Pisang Peak Climbing Experience

To climb Pisang Peak, you will need a climbing permit, which can be obtained through a registered trekking agency in Nepal. It’s essential to ensure all necessary paperwork is in order before embarking on the climb. Most climbers hire experienced local guides and porters to assist with logistics, navigation, and safety during the expedition. These guides are familiar with the terrain and can enhance your overall experience.

The standard route for Pisang Peak climbing usually involves ascending via the South-West Ridge. It involves a combination of rock and ice climbing, and your guide will provide necessary technical instructions and equipment. Summit day is the highlight of the expedition. You’ll wake up early for the final push to the summit, where you’ll be rewarded with awe-inspiring views of the surrounding peaks and valleys.

Pisang Peak Climbing Preparation

Before attempting Pisang Peak, it’s crucial to be physically fit and mentally prepared. Consider undertaking a comprehensive training regimen to build endurance, strength, and stamina, and consult with medical professionals to ensure you are in good health for high-altitude climbing. Pisang Peak climbing is a thrilling adventure that combines natural beauty, cultural immersion, and mountaineering challenges. It offers a memorable experience for those seeking to conquer a Himalayan peak while enjoying the splendor of the Annapurna region.

Pisang Peak Difficulty

The difficulty of climbing Pisang Peak is generally considered moderate to technical, requiring a good level of physical fitness and some prior climbing experience. Pisang Peak, standing at an elevation of 6,091 meters (19,983 feet) in the Annapurna region of Nepal, is a popular trekking peak known for its impressive views and challenging ascent. The ascent involves navigating through rocky trails, glacial moraines, and steep snow slopes, especially in the final sections leading to the summit. A basic understanding of alpine techniques, including the use of crampons and ice axes, is essential for negotiating the icy sections. The climb may also involve fixed rope sections, adding a technical aspect to the ascent. Acclimatization is crucial as the peak reaches a significant altitude, and trekkers often incorporate the climb into the Annapurna Circuit or Manang Valley trek for proper acclimatization.

Essential Tips for a Successful Pisang Peak Climbing Expedition

  • Physical Fitness: Prioritize physical conditioning by engaging in cardio, strength training, and endurance exercises. Building stamina and strength is vital for a successful climb.
  • Acclimatization: Allow ample time for acclimatization to adapt to the high altitudes. Rushing the ascent can lead to altitude sickness. A well-designed itinerary with rest days is crucial.
  • Experienced Guide: Hire a certified and experienced local guide with knowledge of the region, weather patterns, and rescue procedures. They can also provide cultural insights and enhance your safety.
  • Gear and Equipment: Invest in high-quality climbing gear, including warm clothing, mountaineering boots, crampons, ice axes, helmets, and a reliable backpack. Ensure everything fits properly and is in good condition.
  • Training: Familiarize yourself with essential mountaineering techniques, such as using climbing equipment, rope work, and glacier travel. Basic knowledge of crevasse rescue and self-arrest is essential.
  • Permits and Documentation: Obtain all necessary permits and documentation in advance, including the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP) and Pisang Peak Climbing Permit.
  • Weather Monitoring: Stay informed about weather forecasts, as adverse conditions can significantly impact your climb. Flexibility in your schedule is essential to adjust for changing weather.
  • Hydration and Nutrition: Maintain proper hydration and nutrition throughout the climb. High altitudes can reduce appetite, so make an effort to consume enough calories and fluids to sustain your energy.
  • Altitude Sickness Awareness: Be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness (AMS, HAPE, HACE). If symptoms arise, descend immediately. Consider taking preventive medications like Diamox.
  • Teamwork: Foster good communication and teamwork within your climbing group. Trust and cooperation are crucial in challenging situations.
  • Leave No Trace: Practice responsible trekking and climbing by minimizing your environmental impact. Carry out all trash, respect local customs, and protect the fragile mountain environment.
  • Emergency Plan: Develop a well-defined emergency plan. Ensure your team knows how to respond to emergencies and has access to communication devices, such as satellite phones.
  • Mental and Physical Resilience: Climbing at high altitudes can be mentally and physically demanding. Build mental resilience to overcome challenges and push through difficult moments.
  • Travel Insurance: Obtain comprehensive travel and evacuation insurance that covers high-altitude climbing. Confirm that it includes helicopter rescue if necessary.
  • Post-Climb Rest: After a successful climb, allow your body time to recover before descending. Descending too quickly can lead to post-climbing issues.


  • Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of Annapurna II, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, and other Himalayan giants from the summit of Pisang Peak.
  • Experience the rich culture of the Annapurna region, including encounters with local communities and visits to traditional villages.
  • Pisang Peak offers a challenging but achievable climbing experience, making it ideal for those looking to step up their mountaineering skills.
  • Navigate through diverse landscapes, including lush forests, alpine meadows, and high-altitude glaciers.
  • Incorporate the climb into the famous Annapurna Circuit trek, allowing you to explore the stunning Annapurna region before and after the ascent.
  • Pisang Peak presents an excellent opportunity for both novice and experienced climbers to conquer a Himalayan summit.
  • Immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions of the region, including interactions with friendly Sherpa and Gurung communities.
  • Witness mesmerizing sunrise views from the summit that illuminate the surrounding peaks in golden hues.
  • Experience the thrill of mountaineering while enjoying the tranquility of the remote Himalayan wilderness.
  • Conquer Pisang Peak and add a remarkable achievement to your climbing portfolio, making lifelong memories along the way.


  • International and Domestic Airport Pick Up and Drop.
  • Welcome and Farewell Cultural Dinner.
  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner from the Teahouses menu during the treks.
  • Overnight Sleep at Standard tea house with basic facility during the treks.
  • Government licensed holder trekking guide including all his meals, accommodation, salary, transportation, insurance.
  • One porter for two person who carry only two trekking member’s bags, including all his meals, accommodation, salary, transportation, insurance.
  • If single trekker booked then guide will help you to carry some of your stuffs.
  • Equipment like sleeping bags, down jackets, duffle bags, trekking poles, and Crampons will be provided (Returned after the trip is complete).
  • First aid kid box included and carry by guide.
  • Emergency helicopter rescue services provided, Pay By your Insurance or By Your Self.
  • All needed Trekking Permit and National park Entry fees.
  • All needed ground transportation mention on the itinerary.
  • Government Tax and Company service charge.
  • Personal expenses as like the Phone Bill, Camera Charging, Hot Shower, Wifi.
  • All kind of drinks as like Mineral Water, Tea, Coffee, Juice, Coke, Fanta, Beer and Bar Bills.
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner during your stay in city like Pokhara, Kathmandu.
  • Extra Nights’ Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara, in case if you return earlier from the Treks.
  • Tips to your Guide and Porter. (It is expected)
  • Travel insurance.


  • Depart from Kathmandu early in the morning.
  • Drive through picturesque landscapes and villages, arriving in Besisahar.
  • Overnight stay in Besisahar.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Continue your journey with a scenic drive to Chame.
  • Enjoy views of terraced fields, forests, and mountain scenery.
  • Overnight stay in Chame.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Start your trek towards Upper Pisang.
  • Trek through lush forests, charming villages, and along the Marsyangdi River.
  • Arrive in Upper Pisang, a beautiful Tibetan-influenced village.
  • Overnight stay in Upper Pisang.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Begin your ascent towards the Pisang Peak Base Camp.
  • Trek through alpine terrain, with increasingly stunning mountain views.
  • Set up camp at the base camp in preparation for the climb.
  • Overnight stay at the base camp.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Rest and acclimatize at the base camp.
  • Receive training on essential climbing techniques and safety procedures.
  • Prepare for the challenging summit bid.
  • Overnight stay at the base camp.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • This day serves as a contingency for unfavorable weather or additional acclimatization.
  • Rest and final preparations for the summit attempt.
  • Overnight stay at the base camp.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Ascend to the high camp, which offers even more breathtaking views.
  • Set up camp at the high camp, which will serve as the starting point for your summit push.
  • Rest and prepare for the summit bid.
  • Overnight stay at the high camp.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Start early for the summit push, aiming to reach the peak.
  • Experience the exhilarating feeling of standing atop Pisang Peak.
  • Descend carefully to the base camp, celebrating your successful summit.
  • Overnight stay at the base camp.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Descend to Upper Pisang, retracing your steps.
  • Enjoy a relatively shorter trek and relax in the lower altitude.
  • Overnight stay in Upper Pisang.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Descend further to Chame, passing through familiar landscapes.
  • Reflect on your achievement and the journey thus far.
  • Overnight stay in Chame.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Drive back to Besisahar, marking the end of your trekking adventure.
  • Say goodbye to the mountains and remote trails.
  • Overnight stay in Besisahar.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner at the teahouse.

  • Depart from Besisahar and embark on the drive back to Kathmandu.
  • Arrive in Kathmandu, where you can rest, reminisce about your climb, and prepare for your departure or further adventures.


12 Days



Frequently asked questions

Pisang Peak is a 6,091-meter (19,983 feet) high mountain located in the Annapurna region of Nepal. It is a popular trekking peak for mountaineers due to its relatively straightforward ascent and stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks.

Yes, it is recommended to have some prior mountaineering or climbing experience before attempting Pisang Peak. While it is considered a relatively easier peak to climb compared to some other high peaks in the region, it still requires basic climbing skills, including the use of ice axes and crampons.

Yes, you need a climbing permit from the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) to climb Pisang Peak. You will also need the necessary trekking permits for the Annapurna Conservation Area.

The best time to climb Pisang Peak is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season, which is from late March to May, and the post-monsoon (autumn) season, from September to November. These months offer stable weather and clear skies, making climbing conditions ideal.

The typical Pisang Peak climbing expedition takes around 18 to 20 days. This includes trekking to the base camp, acclimatization, the ascent, and the return journey. The actual climbing portion usually takes about 2 to 3 days.

Pisang Peak is considered a moderately difficult trekking peak. The ascent involves some technical sections, including ice and rock climbing. It is recommended to have prior experience in using climbing gear and be in good physical condition.

While it's not mandatory to hire a guide and porter, it is highly recommended, especially if you are not familiar with the area or the technical aspects of climbing. A local guide can help with navigation, safety, and logistical support, while a porter can carry your heavy gear and supplies.

You will need essential climbing gear, including an ice axe, crampons, harness, helmet, ropes, and carabiners. Additionally, you'll need cold-weather clothing, a sleeping bag, a tent, and other trekking equipment. It's crucial to have proper gear to ensure your safety.

The cost of a Pisang Peak climbing expedition can vary significantly depending on factors like the trekking agency, the level of service, and the duration of your trip. On average, you can expect to pay between $2,500 and $5,000, which includes permits, guide and porter fees, accommodation, and meals.

Yes, altitude sickness is a concern when climbing Pisang Peak, as the altitude can reach over 6,000 meters. Proper acclimatization is essential, and it's crucial to recognize the symptoms of altitude sickness and descend if necessary.

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Pisang Peak, Pisang, Nepal


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