Pisang Peak Climbing in Spring and Autumn

Pisang Peak Climbing
At a Glance
  • Duration19 Days
  • Difficulty Level Heart-pumping
  • Max Altitude 6000 M
  • Group Size Up to 10 Pax
  • Starts Kathmandu Airport
  • Ends Kathmandu Airport

Pisang Peak Climbing follows one of the most famous and classical trek routes in the Annapurna region that leads us to the beautiful Manang Valley and finally to the summit of Pisang Peak (6091m).

Pisang Peak is one of the best peaks that you can embark on for a thrilling experience of expedition in Nepal. Situated at an elevation of 6091m in the stunning Annapurna region of Nepal, this climbing route offers you breathtaking landscapes and a chance to summit a beautiful pyramid-shaped peak between Annapurna I and Manaslu. 

The journey begins with a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syange/Jagat, passing through picturesque villages and terraced farms. As you trek towards Pisang Peak, you'll be able to relish the views of majestic mountains like Manaslu and Annapurna II. The trail then takes you through charming villages like Chyamche, Kyodo, and Chame, with opportunities to immerse yourself in the local culture. 

After a restful acclimatization day in Upper Pisang, you'll head to Pisang High Camp via the base camp, setting the stage for your summit attempt.

Reaching the summit of Pisang Peak rewards you with stunning vistas, including the panoramic Manang Valley. The journey continues as you visit the sacred pilgrimage sites of Muktinath via the Thorong La Pass (5416m), offering a rich cultural experience. 

You will have a descending journey through Kagbeni and Jomsom, where you'll encounter diverse wildlife and lush vegetation. If you are someone willing to take your trekking adventure to the next level then, the Pisang Peak Climbing is a perfect option for you. 

Himalayan Recreation ensures your trek is both comfortable and unforgettable with the Pisang Peak Expedition Package. With top-notch transport, accommodation, and a team of experienced guides, you're in for an amazing and unique trekking experience. So, gear up and get ready to have an adventure of a lifetime in 2023 and 2024. 

Major Highlights of the Pisang Peak Expedition

  • Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of the Annapurna region, including stunning mountain views and lush valleys.
  • Reach the summit of Pisang Peak at 6091m and enjoy panoramic vistas of the surrounding peaks.
  • Interact with local Gurung and Tibetan communities, experiencing their unique traditions, and way of life.
  • Cross the Thorong La Pass at 5416m, a challenging but rewarding high-altitude experience. 
  • Visit Muktinath, a sacred pilgrimage site for both Buddhists and Hindus. 
  • Encounter diverse wildlife and vegetation as you trek through different ecosystems.

What can you expect on the Pisang Peak Climbing in Nepal?

With the Pisang Peak Climbing in Nepal, you get to embark on an exhilarating expedition that promises you the perfect blend of cultural immersion and high-altitude adventure. 

You will be traversing through stunningly picturesque villages and diverse landscapes while walking on challenging terrains that will test your limits and good fitness level. With this expedition trip, you can expect to get ready to experience the thrill of a lifetime while being rewarded with some of the most magical mountain sceneries. 

Are you fit for the Pisang Peak Climb?

As it is an expedition journey, it is expected that the trip will be more demanding than the usual trekking journeys. While you don't need extensive climbing experience you should be in good physical condition. Regular cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and hiking will help you prepare for the challenges of the trek and summit attempt.

If you are an adventurer looking to upgrade your trekking journeys to the next level and can walk for 5 to 6 hours on average each day on uneven terrain, then you are perfectly fit for this climbing journey.

Pisang Peak Summit Difficulty Level

The Pisang Peak Summit presents a moderately challenging trek that includes both trekking and basic mountaineering skills. While it is not as technically demanding as some of the more advanced peaks, it still requires a good level of fitness and endurance. 

The climb involves steep ascents, glacier crossings, and some sections that may require the use of climbing tools like ice axes and crampons. It's important to be mentally and physically prepared for the journey, as well as be familiar with using the basic climbing tools with the ability to walk for 6 hours on average in uneven terrain. 

Acclimatization and Safety for the Pisang Peak Expedition

Acclimatization is a vital component of the Pisang Peak Climbing Itinerary to ensure that you have an enjoyable and safe time. Keeping these factors in mind, adequate time is allocated for your body to adjust to the changing altitude in our itinerary which helps in reducing the risk of altitude-related illnesses. 

Safety is our priority, so our experienced guides will closely monitor your well-being throughout the journey. The climbing team is equipped with essential medical supplies and equipment to handle any unforeseen circumstances. We highly encourage you to inform your guide as soon as possible if you feel any discomfort on the journey. 

How can you prepare for the Pisang Peak Climb Itinerary?

You can prepare yourself for the Pisang Peak Climb Itinerary by following the given steps.

  • Cardiovascular Fitness: You should engage yourself in activities like hiking, running, and cycling to improve your cardiovascular endurance.
  • Strength Training: Also, focus on building muscle strength, especially in your legs and core, to handle the steep terrains during the climbs. 
  • Altitude Acclimatization: Make sure to maintain the gradually ascending pace during the trekking to acclimatize to higher altitudes and prevent altitude sickness.
  • Basic Climbing Skills: Familiarize yourself with basic climbing techniques and safety measures along with any equipment that might be required. You can take a short mountaineering course if needed.
  • Gear and Equipment: Ensure you have the necessary trekking and climbing gear, including proper footwear, clothing, and gear for the summit attempt.
  • Mental Preparation: Be mentally prepared for the challenges of high altitudes and changing weather conditions.

Best Time for Climbing Pisang Peak in Nepal

When planning your Pisang Peak Climbing Package, it's important to choose the right time of year. The ideal seasons for this expedition are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November). 

Spring (March to May):

Spring is one of the best times for Pisang Peak Climbing, as the weather begins to warm up and the mountain landscapes come alive with vibrant colors. The trails are decorated with blooming rhododendron forests and lush vegetation, creating a picturesque backdrop during this time of the year. 

The clear skies further offer you stunning panoramic views of the surrounding peaks. The moderate temperatures and stable weather conditions make spring one of the best times for the climb. 

Summer (June to August):

Summer is not the recommended time for the Pisang Peak Expedition due to the monsoon season, and the region experiences heavy rainfall during this period. The trails can be slippery and challenging, and the mountain views may be covered by clouds. The risk of landslides and difficult trekking conditions makes it less favorable for climbing during summer. 

Autumn (September to November):

Autumn is another excellent season for Pisang Peak Climbing, characterized by clear skies, comfortable temperatures, and stable weather conditions. The post-monsoon period ensures fresh mountain vistas and excellent visibility. The trails are dry and well-defined, offering a safe and enjoyable trekking experience. 

Winter (December to February):

Winter is challenging for the Pisang Peak Expedition due to colder temperatures and occasional snowfall, but can still be an option for experienced climbers seeking a quieter trekking experience. 

The trails may be less crowded, providing a sense of solitude amidst the tranquil landscapes. However, it's essential to be well-prepared for sub-zero temperatures, icy conditions, and potential challenges posed by the weather. 

Pisang Peak Climbing itinerary

Our Pisang peak Climbing Itinerary is of 19 days which was designed by experts to cater to the needs of a diverse range of trekkers and climbers. Including the rest days and slow pace, The itinerary makes sure that you will have an adventurous yet safe journey. 

Furthermore, if you would like to change any part of the trip including the itinerary, you can directly reach out to us for the customizations according to your time and preference.

Itinerary

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  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Accommodation:3 Star Hotel

You will arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport today. Upon your arrival, you’ll be greeted by one of our staff members and transferred to your hotel in Kathmandu. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Accommodation:3 Star Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast

It is a day for you to explore the city as Kathmandu Valley hosts a plethora of places that are of prime tourist interest and loaded with historical significance as well. 

A guided tour of these places will take you on a visit to Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Kathmandu Durbar Square. All the sites you will be visiting this day have had a significant role in shaping the city present today since their establishment. At the end of the day, you’ll return to your hotel. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Max Altitude:1300m
  • Time:8-9 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Early in the morning, you’ll drive towards Besisahar. After a few hours of driving, you will arrive in Besisahar from where the journey continues to Syange. On the way, you can witness the lifestyle and unique culture of the rural people. 

Framed with terrace farming and the growth of vegetation, you will have a scenic drive. From Syange, you’ll move towards the settlement of Jagat. It takes about eight hours to reach your destination through a long drive from Kathmandu. Overnight stay at Jagat.

  • Max Altitude:1960m
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, today you’ll trek towards Dharapani from Jagat. The trail goes through a shady forest of oak and Rhododendron through streams and waterfalls. Walking past Chyamche, you’ll continue your journey towards Tal along with the Marsayangdi River on the edge. 

After crossing various suspension bridges and being familiar with the Gurung and Tibetan culture, you’ll finally reach the town of Dharapani via Tal and Karte villages. Overnight stay at Dharapani.

  • Max Altitude:2630m
  • Time:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Soon after breakfast, you’ll start your trek toward Chame from Dharapani today. Along with the sublime view of Manaslu (8163m), Lamjung Himal (6983m), and Annapurna II (7937m), you’ll now walk towards Danakyu. 

The trail passes through Tamang settlements and proceeds to Thanchowk. Walking past narrow stony paths and enjoying the unique culture and tradition along with lush vegetation and wildlife, you’ll finally settle in Chame after around 5 hours of walking. Overnight stay at Chame.

  • Max Altitude:3300m
  • Time:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Early in the morning, today, you’ll move forward along the rhododendron forest with the snowy peaks guiding the path through Telekhu and Bhratang villages. Making your way through Swargadwari, you make a steep climb to the top of the ridge and the trail finally paves the way to the settlement of Upper Pisang. 

The magnificent views of Gangapurna (7454m), Dhaulagiri(8167m), and Annapurna range keep you captivated all along and you will arrive at Upper Pisang after the walk of around 6 hours. Overnight stay at Upper Pisang.

  • Max Altitude:3300m
  • Time:3-4 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Today is a stop for acclimatization at Pisang village. Located in the Manang District of northern Nepal with an altitude of 3250m, Upper Pisang offers you beautiful cultural diversity with a stunning view of mountain peaks such as Annapurna II (7937m), Manaslu (8163m), and many more. 

You can visit the Buddhist monasteries and even interact with the locals while roaming around local markets. In the evening, preparation and discussion for the next day's trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp are done. Overnight stay at Upper Pisang.

  • Max Altitude:4380m
  • Time:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Tented Camp
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, today you will be leaving the settlement of Pisang and ascending towards Pisang Peak Base Camp (4380m). A spectacular view of Manang Valley can be seen once you reach a height of 4380 meters from sea level. 

A steep climb over the top of the ridge takes you through the grasslands used for grazing cattle which is also known as Kharka. After crossing short small lakes, endless moraines, meadows, and sparse woodlands, you’ll finally reach Pisang Peak Base Camp. Overnight stay at Pisang Peak Base Camp.

  • Max Altitude:5400m
  • Time:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tented Camp
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

On this day, you’ll ascend towards the south ridges crossing various rocks, ice, and glaciers to the bottom of Pisang Peak (6091m). Walking past the snow-covered trails, you’ll climb further up for about five hours until you reach the High Camp. 

Once at Pisang High Camp (5400m), you’ll get proper training from our guide on using climbing tools such as a harness, ice axe, climbing boots, crampons, ascenders, and many more. Overnight stay at Pisang Peak High Camp.

  • Max Altitude:6000m/4380m
  • Time:10-12 hours
  • Accommodation:Tented Camp
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Today you’ll trek to Peak Summit and it is a big day for you. The trail goes through the glacier to the snow-covered trails until you reach camp 1. Once you reach camp 1, you’ll continue your climb on a fixed rope and finally reach the summit walking past wide stone fields and rocky ridgelines. 

You’ll witness the sublime panoramic view of countless peaks in Annapurna, Manaslu, and Dhaulagiri massif including the big three: Dhaulagiri (8167m), Manaslu (8163m), and Annapurna (8091m). After having your fill of the enchanting Himalayan views, you will then make your way down to base camp via high camp. Finally crossing long ice fields on the way down and enjoying the beauty of meadows and sparse woodlands, you’ll descend towards your destination. Overnight stay at Pisang Peak Base Camp.

  • Max Altitude:3540m
  • Time:6-7 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

You will be trekking down to Manang today. While trekking down to Manang Valley through the forest landscape, you’ll see a drastic change in the environment and vegetation. As we drop down towards the flat valley of Humde village, a stunning view of the Annapurna Himalayan range greets us. Once at Manang Valley, you can visit the old Buddhist Braga monastery with old historic paintings. The village along with Mustang is known to be a district beyond the Himalayas. Overnight stay at Manang.

  • Max Altitude:4050m
  • Time:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, you’ll climb up to the settlement of Tengi, situated just above the Manang Valley. Now, the trail further goes through the Marsayangdi Valley to Jharsang Khola. Along the way, you’ll walk past the forest of junipers and rhododendrons and move towards Ghunsang village. Crossing small wooden bridges and a large Mani wall, you’ll finally reach Yak Kharka. Overnight stay at Yak Kharka.

  • Max Altitude:4525m
  • Time:4 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Following the Kone Khola valley, you’ll start your trek towards Thorang Phedi enjoying the glorious view of Annapurna III (7555m), Yakwakang (6482m), Gundang (5312m), and many more. 

On the way down you’ll see numerous yaks grazing over the hills. Crossing Thorung Khola and walking past a narrow zig-zag path, you’ll descend towards Thorung Phedi which is the last village before reaching Thorung La Pass (5416m). Overnight stay at Thorung Phedi.

  • Max Altitude:5416m/3760m
  • Time:9-12 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

Early in the morning, today you’ll trek to Muktinath via Thorung La Pass (5416m) which is known as the largest pass in the world. Enjoying the view of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri range from the top of Thorung La, you’ll descend towards the forest of pine and rhododendron walking through various narrow and wide paths which pave the way towards your destination. Muktinath is a famous pilgrimage site for both Buddhists and Hindus Overnight stay at Muktinath.

  • Max Altitude:2810m
  • Time:5 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

From Muktinath, you’ll now descend to Kagbeni. Crossing the settlement of Ranipauwa and then Jharkot, you’ll further drop down across the valley of Kali Gandaki along with the diverse landscape. 

You’ll get to witness the view of the Dhaulagiri mountain range along the route and then move into the willows and the forest of pine and rhododendrons before reaching the Tibetan settlement of Kagbeni. Overnight stay at Kagbeni.

  • Max Altitude:2720m
  • Time:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea House Lodge
  • Meals:Breakfast, Lunch And Dinner

After breakfast, you’ll start your trek towards Jomsom along the bank of the Kaligandaki River. With a stunning view of Nilgiri (7061m) along the way, you’ll stop at a small village called Ekle Bhatti. Walking past the wide forest and sloppy landscape from Kagbeni, you’ll finally reach Jomsom via Lupra. You can even visit the ecological museum which provides information about the culture, tradition, flora, and fauna found in this region. Overnight stay at Jomsom.

  • Max Altitude:820m
  • Time:25 Minutes
  • Accommodation:3 Star Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast
  • Transport:Plane

Today, you’ll fly to Pokhara from Jomsom. It is a short scenic flight that takes you through the green and dry valley along with a stunning view of mountain peaks. Once at Pokhara, you’ll be transferred to your hotel immediately and you can spend the rest of the day roaming around the lake-side area. You can enjoy the nightlife of Pokhara. Overnight stay at a hotel in Pokhara.

  • Max Altitude:1350m
  • Time:8 hours
  • Accommodation:3 Star Hotel
  • Meals:Breakfast And Dinner

You now bid farewell to the Himalayas after an adventurous trek. Bidding the Annapurna Himalayas farewell, you head to Kathmandu along the Prithvi Highway with Marsayangdi and Trishuli. Once in the valley, you can head to the local markets and shop for gifts and souvenirs. Overnight stay at a hotel in Kathmandu.

  • Meals:Breakfast

On this day, you’ll be returning to your home. At the appropriate time for your flight, you’ll be transferred to the Tribhuvan International Airport where you’ll get on your designated flight with memories of the trek.

Route Map

Pisang Peak Climbing in Spring and Autumn map

Cost Details

Cost Includes
  • All ground transport in a private vehicle, including airport transfers
  • Three nights accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Kathmandu
  • One night accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category hotel in Pokhara
  • Kathmandu city tours, including tour guide, and private transportation
  • 3 standard meals a day (Breakfasts, Lunches and Dinners) during the trip
  • Snacks of seasonal fruits during the trek
  • Best available twin sharing lodge for accommodation during the trek.
  • Tented accommodation during the climb
  • Domestic flights (Jomsom to Pokhara) including airport departure tax and transfers.
  • Kathmandu to Beshishar by Bus and Pokhara to Kathmandu by Tourist bus
  • Himalayan Recreation’s experienced, government licensed, English speaking Climbing guide Sherpa during the Pisang Peak trip.
  • Porters and Supportive staffs services (1 porter = 2 trekkers).
  • All costs of staff which includes food, accommodation, salary, insurance, equipment’s and medicines.
  • Duffel bag use while trekking & Trekking map and trip achievement certificate
  • Required Annapurna National Park Permit fee, TIMS Fee, Garbage Deposit and Pisang Peak Climbing Permit
  • First aid medicine Kit
  • Farewell dinner with Cultural show in a fine restaurant on second last day.
  • Government taxes & office service charge
Cost Excludes
  • Meals not specified in the 'Meal Inclusions' in the above itinerary
  • Personal Travel insurance, which covers emergency Rescue and Evacuation.
  • Personal trekking equipment or expenses
  • Alcoholic drinks and beverages.
  • Tips for trekking guides, porters (tipping is expected)
  • Any other expenses that are not mentioned in the 'Price Includes' section.

Dates & Prices

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Starts:Saturday Apr 27, 2024
Ends:Wednesday May 15, 2024
Price US$1999
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Starts:Monday Apr 29, 2024
Ends:Friday May 17, 2024
Price US$1999
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Know Before You Go

Pisang Peak Summit: Maximum Altitude

The Pisang Peak is situated at an elevation of 6091 m, and the completion of your Pisang Peak Climbing take you to an impressive altitude of 6091 meters (19,983 feet) above sea level. Reaching this summit is a remarkable achievement that further offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding peaks and landscapes.

Packing List and Essentials for the Climbing Pisang Peak in 2024, 2025

Proper packing is key to a successful Pisang Peak Expedition. Make sure to have all the essential gear and equipment for a hassle-free journey. The trek's packing list can be found below.

  • Clothing -Baselayer -Insulation layer -Third layer 
  • General Trekking gear -Trekking trousers & shirts -Trekking shorts -Waterproof shell jacket & trousers -Underwear 
  • Headwear -Hat -Beanie -Neck gaiter 
  • Handwear & Footwear -Inner Gloves -Outer insulated gloves -Hiking boots -Trekking shoes/sandals -Hiking socks -Warm thermal socks -Gaiters 
  • Bag & backpackers -Duffel bag -Backpack -Day back -Raincover -Drybag 
  • Sleeping gear -Sleeping bag -Liner -Earplugs 
  • Poles & Headgear -Trekking poles -Sunglasses -Headlight 
  • Important accessories -Water bottle/Hydration bladder -Towel -Pee funnel -Lock -Waterproof bag 
  • Extra accessories -Camera -Portable charger -Books -Cards -Passport, Money 
  • Medications & Toiletries: Water purification tablet, Isotonic powder, Diamox, Common Medications, First aid kit, Sunscreen, Baby wipes, Toiletries, Plasters, Oximeter, Hand sanitizer. 

Also, most of the equipment can be hired or bought in Kathmandu. 

Pisang Peak Climbing Cost for 2024 And 2025

The cost of the Pisang Peak Climbing Package can vary based on a range of factors. These include the services included in the package, the size of your group, and the duration of the expedition along with the itinerary. 

On average, the cost can range from approximately $1800 to $3000 or more. This cost typically covers permits, transportation, experienced guides and porters, accommodation, meals, climbing equipment, and other necessary logistics. Keep in mind that the cost of the expedition can vary according to the number of climbers in a group. 

Accommodation During the Pisang Peak Summit Package

Accommodation during the Pisang Peak journey is a blend of teahouse lodges and camping. Along the trekking route, you'll stay at teahouses in local villages. These teahouses provide basic yet comfortable accommodation and offer meals to fuel your journey. 

However, during the climbing phase, particularly at Base Camp and High Camp, camping is necessary. Camping facilities are set up to ensure a safe and comfortable stay as you prepare for the summit by our team. 
Thus, the accommodation facilities during this journey are a mixture of teahouses and camping which adds even more thrill. 

Food and Drinking Water Facilities during the Pisang Peak Climbing

Throughout the trek, Our Package Includes three meals each day. You'll have access to various food options at the teahouses. These include local dishes like dal Bhat (lentil soup with rice), noodles, soups, and snacks. Whereas for the climbing part of the journey, our team will be preparing healthy meals for you.

The teahouses also provide drinking water, however, we highly recommend you carry a reusable water bottle and water purification methods such as tablets or filters to ensure clean drinking water throughout the journey.

Permits required for the Pisang Peak Climbing

You need three permits to complete the Pisang Peak Expedition Journey in Nepal which are explained below in detail;

  • Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP): This permit is essential for entering the Annapurna Conservation Area, which covers the region where Pisang Peak is located. It costs approximately USD 30 for foreign nationals.
  • Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) Card: The TIMS card is mandatory for all trekkers and climbers in Nepal. For Pisang Peak climbing, the TIMS card costs around USD 10. 

Climbing Permit for Pisang Peak: To summit Pisang Peak, you need a climbing permit issued by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). The cost of this permit varies depending on the season. For the autumn (September to November) and spring (March to May) seasons, the cost is USD 350 for a group of up to four members and an additional USD 40 for each additional person. For the rest of the year, the cost is USD 250 for a group of up to four members and an additional USD 25 for each additional person.

Travel Insurance for the Pisang Peak Summit

Obtaining comprehensive Travel Insurance is not only advisable but essential for Pisang Peak Summit. You should make sure that the insurance covers medical emergencies, evacuation, trip cancellations, and potential risks associated with high-altitude trekking and climbing. You must provide us with a copy of the insurance policy during the booking process. 

Useful info and tips for the Pisang Peak Summit

  • Ensure that you have good physical fitness and stamina through regular exercise and cardiovascular training.
  • Plan the itinerary with ample time for acclimatization to adjust to high altitudes and prevent altitude sickness.
  • Familiarize yourself with climbing gear like ice axes, crampons, harnesses, and ropes.
  • Pack clothing in layers to adjust to changing weather conditions.
  • Invest in sturdy, well-fitting trekking boots with good ankle support.
  • Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, using water purification methods throughout the trail. 
  • Be prepared for sudden weather changes, especially at higher altitudes.
  • Respect local culture and environment, avoiding littering and damage to trails.
  • Carry a local SIM card or satellite phone for communication in remote areas.
  • Minimize plastic usage and adhere to Leave No Trace principles.
  • Ensure comprehensive travel insurance that covers climbing and medical emergencies.
  • Do not rush and walk at your pace to fully enjoy the journey. 
  • Make sure to listen to the instructions of your guide and inform them if you face any discomfort. 
  • Embrace the experience, capture memories, and savor the stunning landscapes.

Booking Pisang Peak Climbing Package for 2023, 2024

Embrace the opportunity to embark on the Pisang Peak Climbing Package in 2024 or 2025. This remarkable journey offers a blend of natural beauty, cultural exploration, and exhilarating challenges. 

Booking the expedition journey with Himalayan Recreation in 2024,2025 provides you proven track record, experienced guides, safety measures, and comprehensive logistical support. We offer a fixed departure date from which you can choose the one that fits you best. For payment, there are different methods you can choose from inter-banking to other online platforms. Make sure to reach out to us if there is any confusion as we are online 24/7 to assist you. 

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