Pisang Peak Climbing

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The Pisang Peak or the Jong RI, rising above the village of Pisang situated on the Annapurna circuit in the Manang District, is one of the most popular climbing peaks in the Annapurna region of Nepal. Shaped like a pyramid, the peak rises 6,091m above sea level with a high camp at the altitude of 5,400m and the base camp at the altitude of 4,380m. Climbers can experience snow at the high camp from the end of November to the end of March. The peak is one of the smallest climbing peaks in Nepal. The summit offers some splendid views of the Annapurna group: Tilicho, Annapurna II & IV, and Gangapurna. The peak was first climbed by a German Expedition in the year 1955.

For mountaineers, the Pisang Peak climbing is one of the famous adventure activities in Nepal. We drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar - the starting point of the Annapurna circuit trekking. We follow the circuit trail up to the village of Pisang, climb the peak, get back to the circuit trail, and continue towards the Thorung La Pass (5,416m) – the highest pass of the Annapurna region, then walk down to Jomsom via Muktinath.

Pisang peak climbing, if combined with the Annapurna Circuit trek allows you to better experience the natural and the cultural beauty of most parts of the Annapurna region. Climbers can experience the variety in landscape, vegetation, climate, flora, fauna, birds and the settlement, lifestyle,  and centuries-old monasteries and culture of people living in the Lamjung, Manang, and Mustang districts, right below the  Annapurna massif, Dhaulagiri, Nilgiri, Tilicho, Gangapurna, Lamjung Himal and other towering peaks.

Climbing the Pisang peak requires a special permit, technical climbing knowledge, and a high level of physical fitness, sound health, and mental determination. If you have made up your mind, Amigo Treks and Expedition can help you with both the package and the permit. With our standard 18 days Pisang Peak Climbing package, you will be fully supported on 3 meals, tea/coffee (twice a day) and a tent on the climb, a tea-house on other days, and bed and breakfast in a deluxe hotel before and after the trek. The package also includes a guided sightseeing day tour to some of the world heritage sites in Kathmandu. Enjoy a free map as well. Or, you have an option! Fully customize the package to your requirements and budget. We guarantee flat rates, special group discounts, and 100% departure on each customized package. October & November (Autumn) and April & May (Spring) are the best seasons to climb Pisang peaks in terms of weather, temperature, and visibility. Enjoy!


 


Trip Includes

  • Airport pick up and transfer to hotel
  • 3 nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu on twin sharing basis with breakfast
  • Welcome & Farewell dinner in Kathmandu at one of the typical Nepalese local restaurant
  • Accommodation during trek (lodge/tea house/tent)
  • All meals during the trek (breakfast/lunch/dinner)
  • A day guided city tour of Kathmandu valley
  • Required private transport to Besisahar
  • Jomson/Pokhara/Kathmandu flight, airport taxes, and transfer
  • Annapurna Trekking Permit & TIMS Card
  • Pisang Peak Special Climbing Permit
  • One experienced Climbing guide for the climbing section & One trekking guide for the trekking Section (both leaders are English speaking, first aid trained, the climbing leader is trained & licensed from Nepal Mountaineering Association- Rock climbing and mountaineering trained), the cost of camping and trekkers crew/ insurance
  • All necessary Gov. Taxes and service charges
  • Transfer to the airport for the final departure by private vehicle

Trip Excludes

  • Nepal Visa, in/out flight to Kathmandu
  • Your meals at Kathmandu, except provided dinner and breakfast
  • Entire cold and alcoholic beverages on the trip
  • Necessary group climbing gears (Climbing rope, ice axe, ice crew, and snow bar/ possible to hire or buy in Kathmandu)
  • Travel insurance 
  • Personal nature expenses
  • Tips
  • Any extending trips

Outline Itinerary

01: Arrival day (1,300m/4,264 ft)

02: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and trek preparation (1,300m/4,264 ft)

03: Drive to Besisahar (760m/2,493ft) 7 hours

04: Trek to Bahundanda (1,398m/45,86ft) 6 and half hours

05: Trek to Chamje (1,410m/4,625ft) 5-6 hours

06: Trek to Bagarchhap(2,080m/6,824ft) 6 and half hours

07: Trek to Chame (2,720m/8,923ft) 5 hours

08: Trek to Pisang (3,060m/10,039ft) 5 hours

09: Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp-(3-4hours) 4,380m/14,370ft

10: Trek to Pisang Peak High Camp-(3-4hours) 5,400m/17,712ft

11: Summit to the Peak and back to Base Camp-(7-9hours) 6,091m/19,980ft

12: Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang (5-6hours)3,450m/11,316ft

13: Trek to Lader (4,230m/13,877ft) 5 and half hours

14: Trek to Thorang Phedi (4,450m/14,599ft) 4 hours

15: Trek to Muktinath via Thorang La (3,760m/12,335ft) 8 hours

16: Trek to Jomsom (3,500m/11,482ft) 6 hours

17: Fly to Pokhara and continue to Kathmandu

18: Departure day.

Day 1: Arrival day (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Welcome to Kathmandu – the capital city of Nepal. Today is your first day with Amigo Treks & Expedition; therefore, we send one of our company representatives to receive you at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), who will further escort you to a tourist standard hotel. If possible, we also schedule a meeting at our office for the briefing regarding the trek followed by an introduction session with other team members (especially Sherpas and guides). Today, we also arrange a welcome dinner in one of the most popular local restaurants, where you can also enjoy the ethnic dance and cultural music along with great Nepali food. If your flight arrives late, both the meeting and the dinner can be scheduled for the following day.

Meals included: Dinner                                                       

(Highlights of the day: Nepali food, Cultural music and Ethnic dance.)

Day 2: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing and trek preparation (1,300m/4,264 ft)

The capital, Kathmandu valley itself, is a big storehouse of exclusive natural, cultural and historical sites. Therefore, today, we take you on a few hour tours to the major attractions of Kathmandu valley. After spending few hours observing these wonderful sites, we again meet for a few hours to finalize your clothing and trekking gears (down jacket, trekking boots, sleeping bags etc.) required during the trek. The night will be spent at a hotel in Kathmandu.

Meals included: Breakfast

(Highlights of the day: World Heritage sites like Kathmandu Durbar Square (a historical structure offering architectural wonders), the Pashupatinath temple (a Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva- lord possessing the power of destruction), Swyambhunath and Boudhanath (a Buddhist shrine dedicated to Lord Buddha- Light of Asia.

Optional site:Another World Heritage site ‘Patan Durbar Square’ along with other historical masterpieces like Mahabouddha Temple, Krishna Temple, Golden Temple and Kumbeshwor Temple.)

Day 3: Drive to Besisahar (760m/2,493ft) 7 hours

Besisahar is the destination set for the day. Early in the morning, our guides will pick you up at your hotel and escort you to the bus station to catch a bus to Besisahar. The bus heads west, leaving the Kathmandu Valley and the journey continues on a winding Prithvi Highway along the Trisuli River till Dumre. From Dumre, the bus heads north towards Besisahar, following the Marsyangdi River. After about 7 hours ride we reach the destination, Besisahar. The bus will stop twice, once for breakfast and then for lunch, before reaching Besisahar. The night will be spent at a lodge in Besisahar.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Winding highway along the Trishuli and Marsyangdi River, incredible view of waterfalls, rivers, jungles, hamlets higher up on the hills, terraced fields flaunting seasonal crops, different vegetations,  and the curious faces of people running motels, restaurants and lodges along the highway.)

Day 4: Trek to Bahundanda (1,398m/45,86ft) 6 and half hours

Bahundanda is the destination set for the day. Following the dusty road from Besisahar, the journey continues north towards Bhulbhule. The trail passes through rice terraces and the sub-tropical forest. Khudi and Bhulbhule greet us with the first view of Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdi Chuli. Enjoying the view of the mountains and the waterfall, we then soar up to the Nadi Bazaar on the trail along the Marsyangdi River. Leaving Nadi Bazaar, we cross the bridge across the Nadi River and a steep hike past the Landslide area and Lampata will finally take us to Bahundanda. The evening can be spent exploring the settlement of Bahundanda. The night will be spent at a lodge in Bahundanda.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: First view of Manaslu, Himchuli and Nagdi Chuli, beautiful view of the waterfall, and the trail accompanied by sub-tropical forest, rice terraces, roaring Marsyangdi River and the little settlements of Gurung and Tamang people; their temple, monasteries and Mane.)

Day 5: Trek to Chamje (1,410m/4,625ft) 5-6 hours

Chamje is the destination of the day. From Bahundanda, we hike down to Syange through the rice terraces, following the east bank of the Marsyangdi River. Syange greets us with a view of 111m long waterfall. Enjoying the view of the waterfall, we now cross the bridge across the Marsyangdi River and continue on a tough trail along the west bank of the river up till Jagat, which greet us with another beautiful view of the waterfall. From Jagat, a steep climb on a trail along the river will finally take us to Chamje, which again greets us with a beautiful view of 202m long waterfall. The night will be spent at a lodge in Chamje.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Beautiful view of more than 100m long waterfalls, culturally captivating communities, rice terraces, green woodland, unbelievable landscape, and the humming Marsyangdi River.)


 

Day 6: Trek to Bagarchhap(2,080m/6,824ft) 6 and half hours

Bagarchhap is the destination of the day. Crossing the bridge across the Marsyangdi River, we first hike up to Sattale. Enjoying the fields of Marijuana, we now ascend on the steep stone trail towards the Manang district, leaving the Lamjung district behind. The trail still along the Marsyangdi River takes us to the first village of the Manang district, Tal, which greets us with a typical entrance gate influenced by the Tibetan culture. Leaving the village of Tal, we hike up to Kyodo, crossing the landslide area, where we cross a bridge across the Marsyangdi River and continue up till Dharapani. From Dharapani, enjoying the forest of Pine and Fir, we walk up to Bagarchhap. The evening can be spent exploring the village of Bagarchhap. The night will be spent at a lodge in Bagarchhap.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Cultivated fields of corn, barley, maize, potato as well as marijuana, Apple orchards, forest of Pine, Rhododendron, Bamboo and Fir, Manang district and Tibetan villages with archetypal flat roofed stone houses and decorated with prayer flags and the glimpses of the lifestyle and culture of the Tibetan people.)

Day 7: Trek to Chame (2,720m/8,923ft) 5 hours

Chame is the destination of the day. Taking the higher route, we first hike up to Danakyu that offers dramatic views of the mountains. A steep hike from Danakyu will take us to the village of Timang. Passing through the forest of Pine, we descend to the settlement of Latamro. We cross the bridge to the village of Thanckok. A gentle ascent, from the village will take us to the settlement of Koto. Chame, the district headquarter of the Manang district is very near to this village. We further walk until we are greeted with a big white gate at Chame. The night will be spent at a lodge in Chame.

Meals included: Brekfast, Lunch, Dinner                                                                                                                              

(Highlights of the day: Splendid views of Manaslu and Annapurna II, waterfalls, the forest of Pine, Oak as well as Rhododendron, Marsyangdi River and the Bhotia villages decorated with colorful prayer flags fluttering in the breeze and depicting the culture and lifestyle the Manangis.)

Day 8: Trek to Pisang (3,060m/10,039ft) 5 hours

Pisang is the destination of the day. Leaving Chame, the trail initially following the south bank of the river crosses the river and continues on the trail along the north bank of the Marsyangdi River. Beautiful Apple orchards greet you as soon as you cross the settlement of Talekhu. Crossing the Apple orchards, the trail gently ascends to Bhratang, where you can get the view of the ruined buildings of old Bhratang and the memorial to Japanese Mountainer Akira Ochiai at Chemyau Kharka. After a little hike, the trail passes through the Swargadwari bridge and enters a peaceful forest of pine. As it enters, it presents the beautiful view of Swargdwari Danda. The trail then heads towards the lower Pisang crossing Dhikur Pokhari, and Chauwi Khola through the forest. Now, on crossing the bridge across the Marsyangdi River, we finally reach the beautiful settlement of Pisang. The evening can be spent hiking up to the settlement of upper Pisang for the purpose of acclimatization. The night will be spent at a lodge in Pisang.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: A pleasant walk through the apple orchards and peaceful pine forest, view of the memorial to Japanese Mountainer Ochiai, ruined buildings of old Bhratang, splendid view of Annapurna and Lamjung Himal, and the lifestyle and culture of people in the settlement of Chame, Lower Pisang, Pisang and Upper Pisang, a visit to monasteries and temples for additional information on culture and religion.)

Day 09: Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp-(3-4hours) 4,380m/14,370ft

The base camp of the Pisang peak is the destination set for the day. We check the climbing gears before attempting further altitude. Now, leaving Pisang, we hike up to the Upper Pisang. After reaching the Upper Pisang, we head up, towards the base camp of the Pisang peak; through sparse wood and pastures. The walk continues up till the flat alpine section along the well worn trail, where we set our camp for the night. The night will be spent in a tented camp.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Settlement of upper Pisang, thinning forests and pasture, experience of alpine section and the view of beautiful surrounding peaks, including Pisang, the first experience of a night in a tented camp.)

Day 10: Trek to Pisang Peak High Camp-(3-4hours) 5,400m/17,712ft

High camp of the Pisang peak is the destination set for the day. Leaving the forest and the pastures way behind the trail, we now head towards the southwest ridge of the Pisang Peak. After walking for about 3-4 hours, we reach the high camp, where we set our camp for overnight stay. Once the camp is set, the climbing guide will give you the final training required to climb the peak, check the climbing gears and equipments and help you with some tips. The night will be spent in a tented camp at the high camp.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Nearing view of the Pisang Peak, rocky trail, snowy high camp from the end of November to the end of March.)

Day 11: Summit to the Peak and back to Base Camp-(7-9hours) 6,091m/19,980ft

Today is a great day as we ascend to the summit of the Pisang peak. We start early in the morning from the high camp. Initially, the trail passes through the rocky, icy and hanging glaciers, which makes climbing a little difficult. The middle part of the peak demands technical climbing skill in 45 degrees and the help of fixed rope in every step of the upward hike. However, after crossing these parts, reaching the summit is much easier. Enjoying the view of the surrounding peaks, spending some time taking snaps, we now hike all the way down to the base camp of the Pisang peak past the high camp. The night will be spent in a tented camp at the base camp of the Pisang Peak.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: The summit of the peak, experience of difficulty caused by icy, rocky and the hanging glacier trail, great view of the Annapurna group including Tilicho Peak, Annapurna II and IV, Gangapurna, Kangaru Peak & Valley, the glacial dome and the Marshyangdi Valley and the Manaslu range.)

Day 12: Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang (5-6hours)3,450m/11,316ft

Manang is the destination set for the day. Leaving the base camp, we first walk down to Pisang to catch the Annapurna circuit trail. From Pisang a gradual hike up the ridge presents us the first view the Manang Valley along with the views of Hume village, it’s short airstrip, and the magnificent views of Gangapurna, Annapurna II, III, Tilicho, Chulu, and Pisang. As we proceed, we cross villages like Humde and Braga that flaunt traditionally built Tibetan style houses and ancient monasteries. From the village of Braga, experiencing the change in the vegetation and landscape, we enter the dryer, colder and harsher part of the area in Manang. The evening can be spent exploring the Gompas and the settlement and the lifestyle of people in Manang. The night will be spent at a lodge in Manang.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Drastic change in the vegetation and landscape, the drier part of the Manang district, splendid views of Pisang, Chulu, Annapurna II, III, Gangapuna and Tilicho peak, the lifestyle of the people in the Tibetan-influenced villages like Ghyaru, Humde, Mugje, Braga and Manang, a visit to ancient monasteries that present outstanding display of statues, Thankas and religious manuscripts.)

Day 13: Trek to Lader (4,230m/13,877ft) 5 and half hours

Ledar is the destination of the day. Leaving Manang, the trail heads north-west away from the Marsyangdi River. Today we walk past Tangki, Ghusang, Yak Kharka on a scrub juniper and alpine grass, a few meadows along the Thorung River. From Yak Kharka, passing the rocky landslide area, we cross a bridge across the stream that will straight away take us to the settlement of Ledar. The night will be spent at a lodge in Ledar.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Tibetan influenced settlements like Manang, Tangki, Ghusang, and Yak Kharka, beautiful Thorung River, scrub juniper and alpine grasses, meadows for yak and horses to graze, Mani wall and monasteries, dry, arid and harsh landscape.)

Day 14: Trek to Thorang Phedi (4,450m/14,599ft) 4 hours

Thorang Phedi is the destination of the day.  Leaving the alpine grasses and the meadows behind, enjoying the magnificent views of mountains and amazing landscape, we slowly head toward the Thorang Phedi on the trail along the Kone River. We then cross a bridge across the Kone River, get to the west bank of the river and continue on a narrow path across a high, unstable slope up till the Thorang Phedi. If you aren’t experiencing any altitude problem, you can also discuss with your leader and hike up to the high camp for overnight. However, the better option is to stay at Phedi, before attempting further height. The night will be spent at a lodge in Thorang Phedi.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: The view of the amazing landscape, a combination of easy and rough trail, cliff walking experience and a few newly built guest houses, and the totally arid land in the Annapurna region.)

Day 15: Trek to Muktinath via Thorang La (3,760m/12,335ft) 8 hours

Muktinath is the destination of the day. It's going to be a tough day as we need to conquer the altitude of the highest pass (5,416m) in the Annapurna region of Nepal. As we need to reach the pass before 10 am, in order to avoid the violent wind around and after the noon, we start early in the morning. After about 4 hours walk on a steep, snowy and slippery trail we reach the top of the pass that greets us with prayer flags and a panorama of snow covered peaks. Enjoying the surrounding views from the pass, we quickly descend toward the destination of the day. After about 4 hours walk downhill on a rocky, harsh, narrow trail, we cross a bridge across the Thorong River and continue on a wide trail on a barren hillside that finally takes us to Muktinath in the Mustang district. The remaining day can be spent exploring the Muktinath area. The night will be spent at a lodge in Muktinath.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Thorang La pass -5,416m above the sea level, panoramic view of the snow covered peaks from the pass,  Muktinath – Buddhist (place of nirvana) and Hindu (god of salvation, shrine, 108 water sprouts and 2 Kundas – Laxmi and Saraswati- in the premises of Muktinath, Jwala Mai Temple, Lakhang and Gonde monasteries, Chortens and colorful prayer flags.)

Day 16: Trek to Jomsom (3,500m/11,482ft) 6 hours

Jomsom is the destination of the day. From Muktinath, we hike all the way down to Ekle Bhatti to the Kaliganaki Valley and the holy river, crossing Ranipauwa, Dhangladanga, Pethangdanda and a Thakali settlement of Lupra. You may also find some ‘Shaligrams’- fossils considered as a part of Lord Vishnu at the bank of the river. Following the stony, sandy trail along the river bank, enjoying the views of the mountains, we then descend to the beautiful Jomsom Village that offers a lot of additional attractions to spend the rest of the day. The remaining day can be spent enjoying these attractions. The night will be spent at a lodge in Jomsom.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Settlements like Ranipauwa, Lupra, and Jomsom, the most dangerous airfield at Jomsom, the Kaligandaki Valley and the holy river, Mustang museum, sauna and internet cafes and Shiva and Ganesh temple at Jomsom, important monasteries en route to Jomsom, fossils, rough trail and the beautiful view of snow capped peaks including Nilgiri.)

Day 17: Fly to Pokhara and continue to Kathmandu

Though Kathmandu is the destination of the day, we first fly from Jomsom to Pokara as there is no direct flight from Jomsom to Kathmandu. A 20 min scenic flight over the deepest gorge in the world between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri will first bring us to the beautiful city of Pokhara. From Pokhara we catch a scenic flight to Kathmandu. (If you want to spend a day in Pokhara, we can make the necessary arrangements for you.) Once we arrive Kathmandu, you will be escorted to your hotel by one of our company representatives. After resting for some time, we meet one more time to discuss the entire trek and final official dinner. The night will be spent at a tourist standard hotel in Kathmandu.

 Meals included: Breakfast, Dinner

(Highlights of the day: Thrilling scenic flight over the deepest gorge in the world between Annapurna and Dhaulagiri, a visit to major attractions of Pokhara (if you wish to spend that day Pokhara), scenic flight to Kathmandu, the comfort of a tourist standard hotel and a farewell dinner in one of the finest restaurants in Kathmandu.)

Day 18: Departure day

This day is the last day of your trip in Nepal with Amigo Treks and Expedition. If your flight is scheduled early morning, then one of our company representatives will escort you to the airport as per your flight departure time. But, if the flight is scheduled later in the evening, you can go shopping and collect a few mementos or simply hang around shopping areas in Kathmandu. However, if you are planning to spend some extra days in Nepal, Amigo Treks and Expedition can also make the arrangements for some other top adventurous activities that you can attend, while you are in Nepal.

(The usual day for a trek: Every day, our guides will come to wake you up at around 7:00-7:30am. In case of special days our guides will wake you up early in the morning at around 4-4:30am.  A western breakfast like porridge, oats, toasts, etc. will be served at around 8:00-8:30am. The lunch will be served from a teahouse menu at about 12-1pm. However, the lunch time can also be postponed on request. The dinner will be served at around 8:30-9:00pm. Your accommodation is arranged at a lodge or also in a tented camp, where we stop for overnight. Dinner is provided in the accommodation itself.

While you are walking, you can also request your guide to slow down and stop at the places where you want to take some snaps. After dinner and before going to bed your team leader will brief you regarding the next day’s schedule.)

 

Safety:

Amigo Treks and Expedition promises to plan an amazing trip every time you choose to partner with us. For this, the itinerary is planned according to your requirements and the team leaders are strictly suggested to follow the provided itinerary. However, your safety is our prime responsibility. Therefore, in case of unsupportive weather, bad health of a group member, or any other unexpected natural disaster, the team leaders are compelled, at the same time hold every authority to amend or even cancel the original itinerary, if it concerns your safety. In such cases, we expect and request you to remain calm and be flexible to follow the leader’s instruction and decision.

Special Training:

Though Pisang Peak Climbing is not a difficult, it definitely demands some technical knowledge. Therefore, basic technique and information on mountaineering  like using crampons on boots, using climbing ropes, ice ax, harness, Carabiners, descender devices is required to plan this climb. If you have the knowledge that’s well and good. However, if you require one, our climbing experts will train you before ascending the peak. . If time permits, mock climbing classes are also arranged before climbing the peak.

Travel  Insurance:

This information is for everyone planning to climb the Pisang  Peak in the Annapurna region of Nepal. You are required to get a travel insurance that covers all the added expenses that might result due to various health issues, injuries or accidents (together with air ambulance, helicopter rescue and other treatment cost). Also, make sure that your insurance policy covers all extra activities that you are planning to accomplish throughout your stay in Nepal. In addition to this, the policy  should also cover death, misplaced luggage, theft and liability, cancellations, medical treatment (counting hospital charges, cost of the medicine, doctor’s fees) as well as repatriation cost. This climb in the Annapurna region of Nepal takes you above the altitude of 6000m. Therefore, we kindly request you to ensure that your insurance policy covers the given altitude. In short, its client himself/herself has to take the responsibility regarding the entire unforeseen expenses during the trip.

Health, fitness and experience requirements:

The altitude of the Pisang Peak demands excellent stamina, tough determination and the best health condition. Therefore, every interested mountaineer is suggested to consult their doctor before planning this climb. Mountaineers are also requested to take advice, medications and permission from their doctor prior to planning their climb. Also, it is highly recommended to take expert guidance from local General Practitioner regarding the required guide walks. Travel clinics can offer the best assistance in absence of GP.

 Some days of the trek require 9-10 hours of walking. Thus the trek demands excellent stamina, therefore, regular exercise and jogging is recommended to build up the required stamina to successfully climb the peak. It is only suitable for physically fit, healthy and mentally determined mountaineer.

Moreover, the trail to the Pisng Peak takes you to some of the most demanding sections of the Annapurna region. Hence, little training regarding the use of gears and equipments is required for amateur climbers, which will be provided by us. No prior experience is required to climb this peak; however, if you have some experience in climbing, camping and hiking, then these experiences will be counted as a plus point.

Note: Please submit your medical fitness certificate that includes your present health condition, medical situation, the preceding illness and the medication you are taking prior to booking this package. You are also requested to be honest so that, we can prepare ourselves to take quick action in case of emergencies.

Accommodation and Food:

We always make sure that our customers get the right value for their money. Therefore, we always attempt to make some of the best arrangements for our customers. To ensure a comfortable stay, we book a deluxe hotel in Kathmandu, before and after your trek. Basically, the rooms are twin share, where you will have to share your room with another member of your group. However, this totally depends on the size of your group and the availability of rooms in the hotel. On request, triple share can also be arranged. Moreover, if you are looking for a single supplement room, extra charges will be applied.

During the trek, normally your accommodation is arranged in a local guest houses or lodges with shared amenities. However, in this trek, 3 nights will be spent in a tented camp at the Pisang peak base camp and the high camp. Most of the guest houses or lodges offer the facility of a hot shower. However, in the absence of hot shower, a few buckets of hot water can also be arranged on request.

A full board meal (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and tea and coffee) will be provided during the entire trek. Breakfast and Dinner are provided in the accommodation itself and lunch is ordered from the teahouse menu. Usually, porridge, toast or chapattis, oatmeal and local bread are served for breakfast. Lunch and dinner are both Nepali and Western (subject to availability) and are simply great.

Our attempt while you are on a trek:

Most part of this trek takes you to the remote Himalayan region of Nepal, where communication facilities are very less. Therefore, Amigo Treks and Expedition takes all the responsibility and makes attempts to deliver your message to your family, friend, relatives or the concerned person. Our guides are provided with a cell phone and are contacted on a regular basis. You can use the cell phone provided to our guides to send your message to us which will further be delivered to the respected person.

Also, our guides will make every possible attempt to follow the planned itinerary; however, it is kindly requested to be flexible in case of changes in the itinerary caused by extreme weather conditions or bad health condition of a group member. Moreover, we can also help you reschedule your international flight (extra charges applicable) if you need any additional days to complete your trek. We will make every possible attempt to make your trek ‘a grand success’.

Why to trek with us?                                                            

Amigo Treks & Expedition offer a wonderful opportunity to help you visit those areas, culture and tradition of Nepal that have never been explored before. Your trip itineraries are fully customized in order to meet the individual needs and interests of each member of your group. We also partner with local people to help you get the maximum out of the trip. We are highly dedicated and offer years of experience to plan an outstanding adventure trip for you. Customer service is our top priority; therefore, we cater to every possible need of yours during your stay in Nepal, be it the food, accommodation, varied destination or your communication needs. Despite all these facilities, our best packages are offered at a very competitive rate.

When should I plan this climb?

Though Nepal can be visited any time of the year, the best season to climb the Pisang Peak is spring and autumn.

Spring – Mid-March, April and May, perfect months to climb the Pisang Peak. These months support us with warm weather, clear skies, good temperature and the best visibility.

Autumn – Mid September, October and November, perfect months climb the Pisang Peak. These months support us with better visibility, clear blue skies and excellent trail.

Winter – December, January and February are good months to climb the Pisang Peak, provided you can stand the extreme cold weather.

Summer – Mid June, July and August are not the best months to climb the Pisang Peak as the monsoon rain affects everything, that is, trail, weather, temperature as well as visibility.

What should I bring?

Along with warm clothes you will also need other equipment for the sufficient protection of your body. Below is the list of necessary items that you need to pack before commencing your trek.

Head- Hat (with a wide brim), Sunglasses (with UV protection), Sunscreen lotion and Lip balm

Upper body- T-shirts (2), light and expedition weight thermal tops, Fleece jacket and pullover, Fleece wind-stopper jacket (Optional), waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket, down vest/jacket (included)

Hands - Lightweight gloves, heavy-weight gloves/mittens with a waterproof outer shell

Lower body - Underwear (4), hiking shorts (2), lightweight cotton long pants, light and expedition weight thermal bottoms, Fleece or wool pants, waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants

Feet - Thin, light-wear inner socks (4), thick, warm wool hiking socks (4), hiking boots with spare laces, camp shoes (sneakers and/or sandals), gaiters.

Accessories  - Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees F (included), headlamp with spare bulb and batteries, small padlock or combination lock, basic first aid kit, large plastic bags (for keeping items dry inside trek bag), day pack, water bottles (2), hiking pole/walking sticks, small ear plugs

Toiletries – Soap, shampoo, toothbrush, small wash towel

Extras - Cameras with extra batteries and cards, binoculars, light balaclava or warm fleece hat, reading books, trip map/guide book, journal & pen, iPod & travel games (like cards, chess, and backgammon)

Climbing gears:

In order to climb the Pisang Peak you also requires climbing gears which can be rented (extra charge required). The gears and equipments include:

Personal climbing gear – Ice-Axe, Crampons, Harness, Tape Slings (2), Screwgate Karabiners (2 lock, 2 unlock), Descender/Abseil Device, Plastic Mountaineering Boots, Ascender, Helmet (optional)

Group Climbing Gears – Snow Bar, Ice Hammer, Rope, and Ice Screw

Our legal documents:

Registered under the government of Nepal, Amigo Treks & Expedition is a fully licensed and certified company. Therefore, this company holds complete authority to operate treks, tours, expedition, hiking and many other tourism related services in the Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan. In addition to this, we are also a very active member of the following organizations.

Nepal Tourism board (NTB)

Trekking Agents Association of Nepal (TAAN)

Kathmandu Environment Education Project (KEEP)

Ministry of Finance, Department of Taxation

Company Registration Office, Pvt. Ltd.

Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Department of Tourism Industry

Passport and Visa Information:

It is very easy to obtain Nepal’s visa. You may either apply for a visa at your nearest Nepalese Embassy/Consulate or Mission offices in your own country or you can buy this upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. To apply for a visa, you need 2 passport size photographs, Visa fees in US dollars and your passport that is valid for at least 6 months before the trip. However, nationals of SAARC countries (India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Maldives and Afghanistan) and China do not require any visa to visit Nepal. Transit visa for foreign nationalities is only provided for 3 days. Therefore, visa is required for longer stays. However, for the convenience or foreign nationals, a visa is also provided from the borders listed below:

Tribhuvan International Airport (Kathmandu)

Kakarvitta, Jhapa (Eastern Nepal)

Birgunj, Parsa (Central Nepal)

Kodari, Sindhupalchowk (Northern Border of Nepal)

Belhiya, Bhairahawa (Western Nepal)

Jamuna, Nepalgunj (Mid Western Nepal)

Mohana, Dhangadhi (Far Western Nepal)

Gaddachauki, Mahendranagar (Far Western Nepal)

Tourist Visa Fees:

Transit visa (3 days) – Free of cost

Multiple entry (15 days) – 25 USD or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry (30 days) – 40 USD or equivalent convertible currency

Multiple entry (90 days) – 100 USD or equivalent convertible currency

(For further information, please, contact Department of Immigration, Kalikasthan, Dillibazar, Kathmandu, and

Tel: 00977-1-4433934/4429660/4438862/4438868, Download visa form-: www.immi.gov.np

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