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Pisang Peak Climbing

Trip Introduction

Pisang Peak (6091m) is in the Annapurna region and is the most popular in the region. It is situated above the village of Pisang itself and the climb itself although it is technical it is achievable for people with little or no experience in peak climbing. As the village is in the Annapurna region you will get to enjoy the views the region has to offer and trekking to the village and up to the base camp will allow you to see Nepal in all its beauty. The Annapurna region is home to a ring of impressive mountains with ten peaks over 6000m and Mt Annapurna 1 is just over 8000m. It is a perfect trek and takes you through many different types of landscapes, through farmland and the rural Gurung villages. The trek to the base camp follows the Modi River and with the river, the mountains and the terraced farmland, it feels that with every turn is a new photo opportunity. All of the Annapurna sanctuary is now a conservation area project, this came into effect in 1986.


Trip Facts

Trip Grade:Aventure Climbing

Best Month: March / April ,Oct / Nov

Per Day climb: 5 / 6 hours

Trek Type: Lodge / Provided Tent

Maximum Elevation: 6,091m

Duration :17 days

Region:  Annapurna Manang region

The Route: KTM – Besisahar – Pesang peak High camp

Mode of Travel: Ground  Land Transportation.


Detailed Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu

Arrive into Kathmandu. You will be met by a member of Top of the World Treks and after a 45 minute bus journey to the heart of the city and check into the hotel there is time for a cup of tea, shower and then a chance to see the tourist district of Kathmandu by night as we go for dinner before an early night!


Day 02:  Sightseeing in Kathmandu

 A day in Kathmandu where we will take you to Swayambhunath which is a Buddhist stupa and Monastery, which is over 2000 years old and one of the oldest in the world. Here is a great chance to see across the valleys, see some monkeys and begin to learn about this fascinating country. The afternoon will be spent getting for the trek and some time to relax and make sure all the kit and packing is complete. Also the first time you can go shopping which in Thamel is an adventure in itself!


Day 3 Kathmandu to Bulbule Trekking time 3 to 4 hours.

We will leave the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu early and drive to Besi Sahar. We follow the Trisuli and Marshyandi Rivers, it is about a five hour drive and enables us to take in the changing scenery as we head to more rural areas. Once at Besi Sahar we will commence our trek and the valley becomes a deep gorge. WE continue the narrow trail and then reach a long suspension bridge and then reach a large village called Khuldi. We follow the road until we reach our our first overnight stop at Bhulbhule.


Day 04: Bulbule to Jagat Trekking time 5-6 hours

We continue northwards up through the valley crossing many of Nepal famous suspension bridges we are also rewarded with many waterfalls along the way. Along with scenic river views we of course have mountain views and the peak Lamjung (6000m). We will arrive at the village of Bahundanda where we will stop for lunch. We then descend down to the river and then we climb back up the west bank and to the top of the ridge. We cross another suspension bridge and reach the village of Sange. We continue our gradual climb up, sometimes on the road until we reach our home for the night at Jagat. 1300m.


Day 05: Jaget to Dharapani Trekking Time 5-6 hours.

We walk gradually up until to Chamge and will cross a suspension bridge. We then climb steeply for about 2 hours through rhododendron and pine forest. The valley now becomes more deep. We arrive at the borders of Manang district and from here we will enter the Manang district and we arrive at a small village which is the foot of a large waterfall. We continue onto Dharapani where we will spend the night.


Day 06 : Dharapani to Chame Trekking Time 4-5 hours.

We leave Dharapani and we climb through the forest to Bagarchhap, this is the first village on the trek with typical Tibetan architecture. The trail is now heading west and we can see the Manaslu ranges and sometimes Annapurna 2. We continue through the forests and we will arrive at Chame (2600m) and our views of the mountains will become perfect. Here we will spend the night.


Day 07 : Chame to Pisang Trekking time 4-5 hours.

Today we will cross the river many times and we will pass through the narrow steep sided gorge nearing the village of Pisang (3200m). We climb up to the top of the ridge and here we will get our first views of the Manang valley. This is one of the best views of the trek.


Day 08 Pasang to Base CampTrekking Time 5 hours

Today we will head for the Pisang base camp of the peak. From the village we head up through the woods and fields to Kharka at 4380m. This considered the best place to camp. It is in a Alpine wood and it is here we will spend the first night in tents.


Day 09 Acclimatisation Day at Base Camp

An acclimatization day in base camp today. We will check all the equipment and ensure everyone is confident with the tools needed for the peak. We will be able to take in the amazing scenery and many photo opportunities at sunrise and sunset.


Day 10: Base Camp to High CampTrekking time 4 -5 hours.

We will head today for the high camp and pass the 5000m mark. Our high camp will be based at 5400m. We will reach the high camp by walking over the south west edge of the peak.


Day 11: Summit day down to Base Camp

Today is the big day. We will get up early to head for the summit. From the High Camp, the ridge takes us to the final snow-slop which is pretty vertical and more demanding to reach the summit. Our experienced guide will fixed the rope and help you to the summit of the Pisang peak. After this and many photos we will then descend back to the base camp for a well earned rest!


Day 12 : Base  Camp to Dhukur PokhariTrekking time 5 -6 hours.

We will leave the base camp and retrace our steps back down to the village of Dhukur Pokhari where we will spend the night.


Day 13Trekking time 5- 6 hours.

Trek to Danakyu


Day 14:Trekking time 6 -7 hours.

Trek to Jagat


Day 15:Trekking time 6 – 7 hours.

Trek to Bhulbule


Day 16 Bulbule to Kathmandu

We will leave Bhulbule and drive back to Kathmandu. We will arrive in the hotel mid afternoon where you will be free to relax.


Day 17: Sightseeing in Kathmandu

Today after a leisurely start we will continue the tour of Kathmandu by visiting the largest Buddhist stupa in the world. Boudhanath stupa is a world heritage site and a lace which is an amazing place to see Buddhism and understand more about not only the religion but the Nepali culture.


Day 18: Depart Return to theHome . Extra days are available at your own cost but we will be happy to arrange this for you.



Please be aware that your safety while in Nepal is our number one propriety.  All itineraries are subject to change if there are safety concerns, health concerns of people in the group and/or weather concerns.  This will be decided by the trek leader but we will always discuss the options with the group where possible to ensure peoples wises are taken into account, however the Treks leader decision is final.

Cost Includes

We believe that after a day trekking it is important to have the best available accommodation and food. This is why we use only the best lodges and hotels and allow our customers to choose the food they wish to eat from the menu available. Unlike many other trekking companies our price includes all meals on trek.


This price includes the following:

Four nights accommodation in a three star hotel in Kathmandu including breakfast. This will be for the two nights before trek and two night after trek.

All accommodation whilst on trek. Some rooms will be en-suite where they are available.

You are able to choose any food, any tea and coffee from menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This is not possible for the four nights camping where the group will have the same food.

Hire of camping equipment for the four nights camping.

Hire of Climbing equipment for group.

Private vehicle from Kathmandu to Besi shara and return after the trek.

Climbing Guide and leaders accommodation, and food.

Climbing Guide equipment and wages.

Cooking staff wages while camping .

Porter accommodation and wages while on trek.

Climbing Guide and guide and porters insurance.

Climbing Permits for group.

Trekking permits and national park fees for the trek. Trekking in the Annapurna region also requires a conservation permit which is also included.

An English speaking tour guide for Kathmandu sightseeing

Private transportation in Kathmandu including all airport arrivals and departures. This is also for the sightseeing tours.

All  government taxes and Service charge.

Medical Supplies (Frist aid kit)

Cost Not Includes

Nepal visa.

International airfare.

Travel and rescue Insurance

Hire of climbing equipment if not bringing own.

Food in Kathmandu.

Extra night hotel accommodation in Kathmandu if arrive early or late departure.

All the hotel accommodation or meals in Kathmandu.( in the case return early from trek due to any reason)

Personal expenses( bar bills, coke, beer, bottle of water, phone call, laundry service etc.

Tips for guide porter.

Alternate Email


    Equipment Check – List

    What clothing and equipment to take is one of the things that people worry the most about!  We can advise you and help you and it does of course depend on the time of year, the area, the altitude and how many days you are trekking/climbing. When you arrive in Kathmandu we will go through all your equipment to ensure that it is correct for your trip. In Thamel (the tourist area of Kathmandu where you will be staying) there is an abundance of shops seeling equipment and clothing so if anything is forgotten it can easily be sourced.It is also possible to hire climbing equipment and also items such as down jackets, and sleeping bags saving you a large purchase.


    The following equipment list is suggested and necessary for both camping and tea house  treks. Use this list as a guide line.The basic check list should help you with your packing for any of our trips. Please remember that you  should always try to keep the weight of your clothing equipment down to a minimum. Your packed trek bag,  should weight no more than 15kg. Please remember this is just a check list and you do not necessarily need to bring everything that is listed bellow. 



    The following  basic check list should help you with your packing for any of our trips. Please remember that you  should  always try to keep the weight of your clothing equipment down to a minimum. Your packed trek bag,  should weight no more than 15 kilograms. Please remember this is just a check list and you do not necessarily need to bring everything that is listed bellow. Use your own experience and judgment  to make your decision.

    -Light and expedition weight thermal tops.

    -Fleece jacket or pullover.

    -fleece wind –stopper Jacket (optional)

    -Waterproof  sheel jacket (preferably breathable fabric)

    -Lightweight thermal gloves.

    -Underwear (4)

    -Shorts (2)

    -Lightweight cotton long trousers / pants .

    -Light and expedition  weight thermal bottoms.

    -Sun hat or Scarf.

    -Warm fleece hat or light balaclava.

    -T- shirt (2)

    -Thin, light weight (inner socks) (4).

    -Sunglasses with UV protection.

    -Sleeping bag rated to 0 degrees ¾ season

    -Head lamp (eg petzl) Spare bulbs and batteries.

    -Small padlock  to lock trek bag.

    -Basic first aid kit(see First aid medicine bellow)

    -Plastic bags –for keeping items dry inside trek bag.

    -Daypack ( 35 to 40 litters/ 2500 to 3000 cubic inches.)

    -Camping mattress, eg thermarest pad.

    -water bottles.


    -Small wash towel.

    -Footwear appropraite to the trip.

    -Waterproof  shell trousers / pants. (Preferably  berathable fabric)



    In addition to the items listed in our general check list you will need to take the following on your trekking trip:

    -Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof sheel  outer.

    -Down vest and/ or jacket (optional).

    -Fleece or wool trousers/ pants.

    -Trekking/ hiking boods with spare laces.

    -Thick, warm wool hiking socks (4)

    - Footwear for around camp, eg running shoes and /or sandals.

    -Gaiters (optional).

    -Telescopic trekking/ ski poles (optional)



    In addition to the checklists for general trekking equipment above, and depending  on the trip you have chosen, various items of mountaineering equipment may also be required, eg:

    -Plastic boots and crampons (preferably step – in bindings ) with front points.

    -Mountaineering  Safety harness.

    -Mountaineering  Ice axe(60 to 75 cms long – depending on your height and personal  preference).

    -120 cms (4ft) climbing sling and to locking and unlocking  caravines.

    -Telescopic ski – sticks (optional).

    -Prussik loops .

    -Climbing helmet (optional).

    -Jumer (Ascender & Descender).

    -Pocket Knife.

    -Head lamp.


    -Rope and Snow bars.

    -Ice crew.

    -High altimeter.


    Most if not all of this equipment will be needed  for any  trip that  crosses steep, snow – covered  ground, or which includes secti

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