Pisang Peak is also known as Jong Ri in the Tibetan Language. It is the most popular pyramidal trekking peak located in the Annapurna Region, Nepal. Pisang Peak Climbing Trip is one of the most challenging trips, which leads you alongside hanging glacier. Western ridge of Pisang Peak is considered the most difficult for this peak because there are huge rock slabs. Pisang Peak was first climbed by a German Expedition Team in 1955. This peak is thought to be a technical climbing peak.
The journey to Pisang Peak Climbing generally starts from Kathmandu Valley to Besisahar driving. We often spend 5 days to reach Pisang Peak. Then we move towards Bahundanda. On the way to Bahundanda, we will enjoy the greenery of slope hilly lands. We have to pass Chamje, Dharapani, and Chame, and only then we will finally reach Pisang Base Camp.
Drive from Kathmandu to Besisahar (760 m) or Ngadi (930 m).
Trek from Ngadi (930 m) to Chyamche (1430 m).
Trek from Chyamche (1430 m) to Danakyu (2190 m).
Trek from Danakyu (2190 m) to Chame (2670 m).
Trek from Chame (2670 m) to Upper Pisang (3300 m).
Trek from Upper Pisang (3300 m) to Pisang Peak Base Camp (4,380 m).
Rest day at Pisang Peak Base Camp (4,380 m) for acclimatization.
Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp (4,380 m) to Pisang Peak High Camp (5,400 m).
Summit to the Pisang Peak (6,091 m) and back to Base Camp.
Trek from Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang Valley (3540 m).
Trek from Manang Valley (3540 m) to Yak Kharka (4050 m).
Trek from Yak Kharka (4050 m) to Thorong High Camp (4925 m).
Trek from Thorong High Camp (4925 m) via Thorung la Pass (5416 m) to Muktinath (3760 m).
Trek from Muktinath (3760 m) to Marpha (2670 m).
Drive from Marpha (2670 m) to Tatopani (1190 m).
Drive from Tatopani (1190 m) to Pokhara.
Drive from Pokhara (820 m) to Kathmandu.