Are you looking for an exciting and adventurous climb in Annapurna Region? The Pisang Peak (6091 m) may fulfill your wish and definitely will be the best choice for any level of climber. This peak is a beginner peak, and if you are climbing for the first time, then this peak is will be best for you.
Pisang Peak Climbing will starts after the adventurous driving from Kathmandu to Dharapani. From Dharapani, our memorable trek to Pisang peak will start. As you climb Pisang Peak, you will embrace the challenge, enjoy the fresh air and behold the beautiful view of snow-capped mountains. As you reach the top, you will be full of joy and stun with the panoramic view of Annapurna II (7,939 m), Annapurna III (7,555 m), Manaslu (8,156 m), Himlung (7,140 m), and many other small peaks.
After the remarkable climb, we will be back and cross the highest pass of the world, Thorang La Pass (5,416 m/17,769 ft). As you cross the pass, you will reach Muktinath Temple. You will be cultivated with joy and peace within and around us as you will walk around the Muktinath Temple. This temple is a famous pilgrimage site holding great importance for the devotees. You will also get an opportunity to be free from tears, misunderstanding, and suffering from the positive power of the surrounding. Further, we will trek towards Jomsom, take a scenic flight to Pokhara and, from there, drive back to Kathmandu.
How Difficult is Pisang Peak Climbing
Previous high altitude trekking or climbing will make it easier to summit Pisang Peak. However, our Sherpa and guide professionals will always be there to escort and provide expert guidelines on climbing. Our professional will also prepare you to use the climbing gears before summiting the peak. An excellent physical condition with passion and a positive attitude will help you to succeed the climbing.
Before climbing, we recommend you to have some physical training for 2 to 3 months to enhance your stamina. It also helps you to walk-ups and down easily with a weighted backpack at high altitudes. If you have not done any exercise before, then you have to train yourself a bit harder.
Best Season to Summit Pisang Peak
Visiting Pisang Peak is suitable any time of the year, but the best time will be the spring and autumn season. Out of four-season tourists prefer spring and autumn because it’s the best time to see the beautiful mountains and enjoy the crystal clear sky.
Spring and autumn are peak seasons in Nepal. These are the season when nature starts to add its colour with blooming wildflowers, greenery everywhere, dazzling mountain peaks, thundering waterfalls, and smooth air. There will be less chance of bad weather and a foggy sky. But some adventure seekers love to travel in the winter seasons. These tourists are fond of full adventure, and the trails will also be quiet as fewer tourists will visit during this season.
Monsoon is not so favourable for trekking as there will be a few obstacles that might face during this time. Because of rainfall, the trail will be slippery, and your trip will be thrilling and challenging. Yet, these are the times when the paths are less crowded, so it is excellent for adventure and peace lovers.