Beautiful peak with a steady climb in the Annapurna region combined with Annapurna circuit trek fully guided and all-inclusive climb Panoramic view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri massif from the summit
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Pisang Peak is a beautiful and very symmetrical peak in the Annapurna region with a well-defined ridge and stable ascent. At 6091 meters, Pisang Peak is the most popular trekking peak in the Annapurna region and can be climbed by many, but it does not come without challenges or commitments.
For those with previous climbing experience, this peak is perfect as there are technical sections. The rapid elevation from Pisang village to Pisang Chucho also has an effect, but to minimize the risk of disease at altitude, we have made a suitable travel program two days before Pisang Peak.
We reach the summit through the west ridge of the mountain. The base camp at 4380 meters and the camp at 5200 meters will be pitched before reaching the summit and we will be allowed to rest and get well. Climbing from the base camp involves vertical climbing on mixed terrain. The road from the upper camp to the summit consists of a technical rock section and the upper part has a vertical and ample open slope of snow and ice (55).
From the summit, you get a magnanimous view of Annapurna massif stretching from Annapurna II 7979m to Gangapurna 7454m.
Our Pisang Chuchuro trekking program follows the famous Annapurna Circuit trekking route. After your arrival and final preparations in Kathmandu, we will go to Jagat via Besishahar. We headed towards the Manang valley near the green marshy river. Our initial route goes through villages like Jagat, Dharapani, Chame in Manang district.
We arrive in Upper Pisang on day 6 and adapt here before heading to Pisang Base Camp (4380 m). Chucho can be reached from the northern side of Manang Valley. By setting up a high camp at 5200 meters, Pisang will reach Chuchuro. Our return journey will continue on the Thorong La Pass via Annapurna Circuit and there will be a flight from Jomsom to Pokhara.
So the best seasons for climbing Pisang Peak are spring (April-May) and autumn (October-November) as temperatures are mild, and there is little chance of rain and unpredictable weather. On the way to Pisang Peak, there are large rock slabs that make climbing difficult, especially in wet and snowy conditions.
Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu (1,350m)
Day 02: In Kathmandu for the trek, climb preparation
Day 03: Drive to Jagat via Besisahar 8/9 hrs
Day 04: Trek from Jagat to Dharapani (1,860m) 6/7 hrs
Day 05: Trek from Dharapani to Chame (2,715m) 6/7 hrs
Day 06: Trek to Upper Pisang (3,185m) 6/7 hrs
Day 07: Rest and acclimatization day at Upper Pisang
Day 08: Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp (4,380m) 4/5 hrs
Day 09: Climbing course and final preparation at Base Camp
Day 10: Move up to Pisang Peak High Camp (5,400m) 4/5 hrs
Day 11: Pisang Peak Summit (6,091m) and back to Pisang Peak base camp
Day 12: Contingency Day
Day 13: Trek from Base Camp to Manang (3,350m) 4/5 hrs
Day 14: Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka (4,130m) 4/5 hrs
Day 15: Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorung Phedi (4,400m) 4/5 hrs
Day 16: Cross Thorung-la (5,416m) and trek to Muktinath (3,800m) 8/9 hrs
Day 17: Trek from Muktinath to Jomsom (2,700m) 4/5 hrs
Day 18: Fly to Pokhara (827m) and explore
Day 19: Drive to Kathmandu (1,350m) 6/7 hrs
Day 20: Free day in Kathmandu
Day 21: International departure
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