Pisang Peak is one of the high peaks situated at the elevation of 6,091 meters above sea level above a small village of Pisang. It is one of the most demanding trekking peaks in the Annapurna Region of Nepal. The peak looks much attractive in the shape of a pyramid in the northern border of the Manang valley. The first ascent to the peak was made by the German Expedition team in 1955 leaving behind the unsuccessful ones. Pisang Peak is one of the easier peaks to be climbed providing overwhelming experiences and ultimate adventures. As the trekking trail passes through the various ecosystem, diverse culture and wondering landscapes, you can experience amazing creation of nature and people over there. Physical and mental fitness is the most on this trip because of the higher elevation journey. This peak climbing journey is also considered as alternatives to Mera Peak Climbing due to similar and more offerings.
Pisang Peak Climbing trip has lots of offerings various opportunities in the most popular region of Nepal. The major highlights of this beautiful journey includes touching the summit of 6,019 meters and capturing mesmerizing views of Mt. Manaslu (8,163 meters), Mt. Annapurna II (7,555 meters), Annapurna IV (7,525 meters) and many other beautiful snow peaks, exploring gorgeous Manang and Mustang, surface visit over overall Annapurna circuit, deep insight into diverse landscapes, flora and fauna, passing through Thorong La Pass (5,416 meters) and exploring ancient Upper Pisang Village and their unique typical lifestyles.
The journey towards Pisang Peak starts with a drive of around 9 hours to Chamje from Kathmandu valley. From Chamje, the actual trek starts. Pisang Peak Trek from Chamje follows the way passing through Dharapani, Chame, Upper Pisang, Pisang Peak Base Camp (4,380 meters), Pisang High Camp (5,400 meters) and finally to the summit of the peak at the altitude of 6,091 meters above sea level. Furthermore, the descending trekking trail from the summit of the peak goes back to Base Camp of the peak, Manang Valley, Yak Kharka, Thorong Phedi, crossing Thorong La Pass (5,416 meters), Muktinath and Jomson. Jomsom is the finishing point of this trek. From Jomsom, a scenic flight will take you to Pokhara valley. Furthermore, another flight or drive will take you back to Kathmandu valley.
Moreover, the best season for climbing Pisang Peak is spring (March to May and autumn (September to November). In this time, you can observe clear mountain views and beautiful nature.