Pisang Peak (6,091m)

Are you looking for an exciting adventure to do within Annapurna Region? Then Pisang peak climbing is a great choice. You will be spending about 2 to 3 weeks in this region. Pisang peak climbing is a popular 6000 m expedition that is suitable for any level climber. This is a beginners level trekking peak. So, if this is your first climbing then the Pisang peak is perfect.

You will be walking in beautiful forest paths viewing various mountain peaks. The routes of this trip are conjoined with the Annapurna Circuit routes. So, you will also be able to meet many trekkers on the way. Along with reaching the summit, you will also be crossing a high pass, Thorong La pass. And visiting Jomsom and Muktinath some popular towns on these routes.
Our Pisang Peak Climbing itinerary is about 19 days long. It takes you on an adventurous journey in the great Himalayas. You just be ready to enjoy this trip and leave everything to us.

Highlights of Pisang Peak Climbing


  • – Climb the 6000 m expedition
    – Explore two Beautiful and untouched valley: Manang and Mustang
    – Amazing view of various peaks such as Mt Annapurna, Mt, Manaslu, etc
    – Walk-in the routes of Annapurna Circuit
    – Cross one of the highest mountain passes of the world, Thorong La
    – Visit the holy temple of Muktinath
    – Explore the amazing Annapurna region

  • Best Time to Visit Pisang Peak
  • Visiting Pisang Peak is suitable at any time of the year. There are four seasons: Spring, Autumn, Monsoon, and Winter. Out of the seasons, trekkers prefer spring and Autumn the favorable time to tour Pisang Peak.
    Spring and Autumn are the peak season of the year. These are the seasons when nature blooms the valley with its beauty all around. There are no chances of rainfall and snowfall due to which the walks are comfortable. Also, the skies are clear giving the best view of peaks and landscapes.

  • During these seasons the days are sunny and hot while the nights are mild. The weather and temperature are very favorable for trekking in the mountains. Winter and Monsoon are also doable but there are a few obstacles that might face during this time. These are seasons of snow and rainfall. Thus the cold weather and slippery ways can make the trek thrilling and Challenging. Yet, these are the times when the routes are less crowded so it is perfect for peace lovers. Pisang Peak Climbing Difficulties Making a 6000 +m expedition is not an easy task and you will be facing various difficulties. The difficulties can be harsh or comfortable depending upon an individual.

  • Some common difficulties faced in this Pisang Peak Climbing are Altitude Sickness, route difficulty, weather and temperature, accommodation, and many more. But, you don’t have to stress about these difficulties. As you can overcome them with proper planning and preparation. You need to have strong will power and stamina to complete this climb. Moreover, Destination Holiday Trek will take a good care of you during your adventure into the region.

Maximum Altitude:6,091 meters
Best Season:Spring & Autumn
Trip Grade:Difficult
Group Size:1 – 15 people
Duration:20 Days


  • Pisang peak permit
  • Accommodation, meals, tea & coffee 3 times during the on trek
  • Transfer Kathmandu – syabrubeshi/pokhara – ktm by private car
  • Professional guide & porter (1porter based on 2 pax )
  • Proper staff insurance
  • 20 sleeping bag (you have to return back after your trip is over )
  • Duffle bag/porter carry bag (you have to return back after your trip is over) 3night hotel in kathmandu
  • 1 day Kathmandu valley sight sing tour
  • Vehicle transportation in Kathmandu


  • Personal travel insurance
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • International airfare
  • Bar bills/alcohol /juice ,mineral water coke, fanta etc
  • Personal sopping
  • Calculate some Tips for guide and porters
  • Personal shopping
  • Money transfer –direct to Nepal


Itenary to Pisang Peak Expedition as follows:


Day 1 – Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel (1300m) overnight in hotel


Day 2 – Expedition Preparation and official formalities(1300m) overnight in hotel


Day 3 – Drive to Besi Sahar (850m) overnight in hotel


Day 4 – Besishar to Chame (2710m) overnight in trekking lodges


Day 5 - Chame to Pisang (3300m) overnight in trekking lodges


Day 6 — Pisang to Manang (3,440m) , overnight in trekking lodge


Day 7— Acclimatization in Manang (3,440m) , overnight in trekking lodge


Day 8 – Manang to Yak Kharka(4,018m) , overnight in trekking lodge


Day 9 – Yak Kharka to Chulu East Base Camp(4900m) overnight in tent


Day 10 – High camp


Day 11 – Summit day


Day 12 – Chulu BC to Yak Kharka (4200m) overnight in trekking lodges


Day 13 – Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi(4,450m) . , overnight in trekking lodge


Day 14 – Thorong Phedi over the Thorong La Pass (5,416m) to Muktinath. Overnight in trekking lodge


Day 15 – Muktinath to Kagbeni (2,810m) , overnight in trekking lodge


Day 16 – Kagbeni to Jomsom (2,710m)overnight in trekking lodge


Day 17 – Short flight from Jomsom to Pokhara (900m). Overnight in hotel


Day 18 – Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu. (1,300m) Overnight in hotel


Day 19- Kathmandu free day of your own. Overnight in hotel


Day 20 – Departure for home – Kathmandu Airport

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