Pisang Peak Climbing (6091 m) - 18 Days Itinerary, Cost, Map, Best SeasonPisang Peak Climbing (6091 m) - 18 Days Itinerary, Cost, Map, Best Season

Pisang Peak Climbing - 18 Days

Key Information
  • Duration18 Days
  • Max Altitude6,091 m/19,984 ft
  • Arrival CityKathmandu
  • Best TimeMarch-May/Sep.-Dec.
  • Group Size1-16


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 color 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 favorable 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.


  • Traverse two Beautiful and pure valleys: Manang and Mustang.
  • Panoramic view of Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Manaslu, Himlung etc.
  • Cross one of the highest mountain passes of the world, Thorong La Pass.
  • Visit the holy temple, Muktinath.
  • Explore the amazing Annapurna Region.


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        • Time3-4 hrs
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        • Accommodation Hotel
        • MealsB
        • Time25 m
        • Maximum Altitude900 m
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        • MealsB L D
        • Time6-7 h rs
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          Cost Details

          • Arrival and departure transfers
          • Drive from Kathmandu to Dharapani
          • Fly from Jomsom to Pokhara
          • Drive from Pokhara to Kathmandu
          • Accommodation in Kathmandu with BB Plan as per itinerary
          • Accommodation in lodges/tea houses and tents during the expedition
          • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner during the expedition
          • Annapurna Conservation Area entry fee and TIMS card
          • Pisang Peak Climbing permits and necessary documents
          • Sherpa guides (English speaking, trained in first aid)
          • Porters for personal and group gear
          • Staff insurance
          • Group climbing gear, e.g. ropes, ice screws, tents, cooking equipment, first aid kits
          • Climbing certificate
          • International flight ticket.
          • International airport tax
          • Visa Fee
          • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
          • Tips for staff and guide
          • Trip Insurance
          • Personal costs like drinks, laundry, hot showers, bottled water
          • Personal climbing equipment and clothing
          • Anything that is not listed in the “PRICE INCLUDES” section above

          Good to Know

          Packing List for Pisang Peak Climbing

          Every trekking requires certain preparation of gears and types of equipment for the journey to make your trip more comfortable. It is recommended to carry the necessary and light things so that it will be easy while you are walking. The following belongings are recommended that should be brought, although we concede that our clients have their own decision for the clothing. To know what to expect in the Pisang Peak Climbing, we have prepared some useful clothing & gear during the trek.

          Travel Documents

          • Airline tickets (confirmation and itinerary)
          • Nepal Visa form (may be obtained at Kathmandu Airport)
          • Travel insurance policy documents
          • Valid passport
          • Copy of passport (2 copies, first page only)
          • Passport photos (4)

          Travel Equipment

          • Duffel bag (100 liters; no wheels or rigid handles)
          • Lightweight, duffel bag
          • Luggage locks
          • Travel wallet
          • Passport/money belt
          • Sleeping bag liner
          • Travel plug adapters
          • Electrical converter

          Travel Clothing

          • Quick-dry undergarments
          • Synthetic or wool T-shirt
          • Long-sleeve, travel-friendly shirt and pants
          • Casual shoes
          • Mid-weight wool or synthetic socks

          Trekking Equipment

          • Day pack (25–35 liters)
          • Sleeping bag comfortable to 0°F (dependent upon season, weather forecast and personal preference)
          • Waterproof hiking boots
          • Camp shoes (down booties or running shoes)
          • LED headlamp with extra batteries
          • Trekking poles

          Trekking Clothing

          • Wool or synthetic T-shirts (2)
          • Mid-weight fleece or soft-shell jacket (2)
          • Mid-weight down or synthetic parka with hood
          • Convertible hiking pants
          • Fleece pants or insulated pants
          • Lightweight waterproof/breathable rain jacket and pants
          • Mid-weight waterproof and fleece gloves or mittens
          • Sun hat
          • Mid-weight wool or synthetic socks (3 pairs)
          • Liner socks (optional)
          • Glacier sunglasses
          • Neck gaiter, balaclava, Buff or bandana


          • Energy bars
          • Electrolyte replacement drink mix
          • Snacks (cookies, GORP, Snickers, etc.)


          • Q1. Where is Pisang Peak?

            Pisang Peak is a pyramidal trekking peak above Pisang. Located in a village on the Annapurna Circuit, within the Manang District, northern Nepal.

          • Pisang Peak is located at an altitude of 6091m/19984ft. above sea level.

          • 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.

          • It takes 16 to 20 days to complete Pisang Peak Climbing.

          • Pisang Peak Climbing requires a performance above the average relating to force and strength, especially the peak day will be long and exhausting.

          • You will need an Annapurna Conservation Area entry permit and Pisang Peak Climbing permits. 

          • If you are healthy and willing to go on climbing then above 18 years can climb Pisang Peak.

          • Yes, you will need a climbing permit for Pisang Peak Climbing.

          • It is not compulsory to join the group during Pisang Peak Climbing, but it may reduce the cost if you are in the group.

          • The routes are quite harsh compared to other climbing regions. But, this peak is suitable for both beginners as well as experienced climbers. The path can be more challenging for new climbers so be prepared with physical and mental preparation. If you have past trekking experience then it will be easier for Pisang Peak Climbing.

          • -   Avoid flying directly to areas of high altitude.

            -   Take 1-2 days of acclimatization to get used to high altitudes before going above 3000m.

            -   Avoid climbing more than 300m to 500m a day.

            -   Have a rest day every 800m to 1000m you go up.