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Pisang Peak Climbing – 15 Days Itinerary

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  • Destination: Annapurna Region
  • Group Size: 1+
  • Maximum altitude: 6091M
  • Best Season: Feb to May- sept to Nov.
  • Grade Info: Strenuous
  • Transportation: bus /plane
  • Total Days: 15 Days.
  • Walking Hour: Apprx 5-6 hrs/day

Pisang Peak (6,091 meters 19,984 feet)

Pisang Peak (6,091 meters/19,984 feet), also known as Jong Ri, lies between Annapurna I and Manaslu in the Manang district. In the year 1955, a German Expedition team first climbed the Pisang Peak successfully. Pisang Peak thereafter came to limelight and has become a popular trekking peak in the Annapurna region. The trekking offers a captivating journey through diverse landscapes, cultural sites, and vast biodiversity. Likewise, climbing and summiting the peak is a thrilling and triumphant moment.

Pisang Peak is straightforward, with quick climbing experience. Though Pisang Peak is characterized as an easy climbing Peak in the Himalayas, a fair enough fitness level with sound health conditions is required for a successful adventure. Summiting Pisang Peak offers close-range panoramic views of stunning mountain peaks, including Annapurna, Chulu Range, Manaslu, Himlung, Tilicho Peak, Damodar, etc.

The 15-day Pisang Peak Climbing itinerary of Exciting Nepal offers a fascinating and adventurous journey in the Himalayas with a harmonious balance of the trek and climb to the trekking peak, Pisang.

Highlights of Pisang Peak Climbing

  • Adventurous climb of the 6,000-meter class peak.
  • The panoramic and awe-inspiring view of the Himalayan peaks from the summit
  • Crossing the high mountain passes, Thorong La (5,416 meters/17,769 feet)
  • Visit and explore the religious pilgrimage site of the Hindus and Buddhists, the holy Muktinath Temple
  • A journey that crosses the path of the pristine Manang and Mustang region
  • Exploring the wonderful Annapurna region, while traversing the Annapurna Circuit
  • Pass the traditional villages of Chamje, Dharapani, and Chame
  • Friendly interaction with the local Gurung and Tibetan descendent people
  • Traverse the enchanting landscapes of bamboo and rhododendron forests and cross the pristine Marsyangdi River

Altitude chart of Pisang peak climbing

Altitude chart of Pisang peak climbing

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Outline Itinerary of Pisang Peak Climbing

Day 01: Drive From Kathmandu to Bulbule -(6-7 hours) 840meters/2,756 feet

Day 02: Trek From Bulbule to Chamje - (5-6hours) 1,430 meters/4,690 feet

Day 03: Trek From Chamje to Dharapani - (5-6 hours) 1,950 meters/6,396 feet

Day 04: Trek From Dharapani to Chame-(5-6hours) 2,630m/8,628ft

Day 05: Trek From Chame to Upper Pisang-(5-6hours) 3,700m/12,136ft

Day 06: Acclimatization Day At Upper Pisang -3,700m/12,136ft

Day 07: Trek from Upper Pisang to Pisang Peak Base Camp - (3-4hours) 4,380m/14,370ft

Day 08: Trek to Pisang Peak High Camp - (3-4 hours) 5,400 meters/17,712 feet

Day 09: Summit to the Peak and Back to Base Camp -(7-9 hours) 6,091 meters/19,980 feet

Day 10: Trek From Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang Valley - (5-6 hours) 3,450 meters/11,316 feet

Day 11: Trek From Manang to Yak Kharka - (3-4 hours) 4,110 meters/13,480 feet

Day 12: Trek From Yak Kharka to Thorong Pedi -(3-4hours) 4,600 meters/15,092 feet

Day 13: Cross Thorong La in the Morning and Trek to Muktinath - ( 8-10 hours) 3,710 meters/12,171 feet

Day 14: Trek From Muktinath to Tatopani  - (1190 meters/3,904 feet)6-7 hours

Day 15: Drive From Tatopani to Pokhara - (5-6 hours) 822 meters/2,696 feet

Detailed Itinerary of Pisang Peak Climbing

Day 01: Drive From Kathmandu to Bulbule

Kathmandu Elevation: 1,400 meters/4,593 feet

Bulbule Elevation: 840meters/2,756 feet

The drive from Kathmandu to Bulbule starts the journey of Pisang Peak Climb. Following the Prithivi Highway, we navigate city streets to follow the paths of lush hills and Valleys. Covering a significant distance of approximately 175 kilometers, the scenic drive offers the view of picturesque landscapes, winding roads, and enchanting mountainous terrains. Crossing the rural villages of the river valleys, we head towards the narrow roads of remote regions to reach Bulbule, the starting point of our trekking journey to the Annapurna Circuit.

Drive Duration: 6-7 hours

Day 02: Trek From Bulbule to Chamje

Chamje Elevation: 1,430 meters/4,690 feet

The journey continues from Bulbule, trekking alongside the Marsyandi River. The trail to Chamje is adorned with the background of incredible Himalayas and surroundings of enchanting high-mountain landscapes. The elevation slowly rises, passing through villages like Ngadi and Bahundanda along the winding trails. You can witness and explore the local cultural and traditional architecture of the villages. Traverse through dense forests, cross suspension bridges over the rivers, and finally reach the destination of the day, Chamje.

Trek Distance: 10 to 12 kilometers

Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

Day 03: Trek From Chamje to Dharapani

Dharapani Elevation: 1,950 meters/6,396 feet

After an overnight stay at Chamje, the day begins with a trekking journey towards Dharapani. The trekking trail primarily crosses several thrilling suspension bridges, the first of which is over the Marshyangdi River. Continue on the trekking journey, traversing the rhododendron forests, terraced fields, prayer wheels, and steep rocky paths of the Manang region. After several ascents and descents, the destination, Dharapani, closes up. Dharapani is a charming traditional village of Gurung communities.

Trek Distance: Around 10 kilometers

Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

Day 04: Trek From Dharapani to Chame

Chame Elevation: 2,630 meters/8,628 feet

The fourth-day journey starts from Dharapani where the trail leads to Chame. As you traverse the remote villages (Bagarchap, Timang, etc.), you can gain deep insights into the traditional rural lifestyle, Tibetan-style culture, and religion. The trail follows the uphill climb, passing through the lush greeneries and vibrant rhododendron blossoms and again connecting the Marshyangdi River bank. Finally, following the distinctive trails, Chame comes into view, which is the headquarters of the Manang. Trekkers can find cozy and comfortable teahouses/lodges in the alpine environment of Chame.

Trek Distance: Approximately 14-16 kilometers

Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

Day 05: Trek From Chame to Upper Pisang

Upper Pisang Elevation: 3,700 meters/12,136 feet

Chame to Upper Pisang is an alluring segment of trekking along the Annapurna Circuit. The trekking journey features an enchanting transition from lower to upper Himalayan regions. The trek heads towards Bharatang, a small settlement and trekking alongside the Marsyandi Riverbed, the trail ascends, crossing a suspension bridge to reach Dhikur Pokhari. This is a mesmerizing alpine lake within rugged Himalayan topographies, offering tranquility.

The trail then descends to lower Pisang village, with terraced farmlands and Tibetan-style houses adorned with prayer flags. Further traversing the enchanting forest areas and several settlements, we reach Upper Pisang for an overnight stay. Upper Pisang is a village located at a high altitude in an alpine environment. From there, Pisang Peak is seen to the north, along with the magnificent views of the Annapurna ranges.

Trek Distance: 12-14 kilometers

Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

Day 06: Acclimatization Day At Upper Pisang

On this day, we will acclimatize before further trekking to the higher elevations. On the acclimatization day in Upper Pisang, you can rest and relax to restore the lost energy during the several hours of each day trek. A well-rested body can start fresh on the next-day journey with upgraded strength and stamina. To build up your endurance capacity, you can engage in light physical and cardiovascular exercises.

Spend your leisure day acclimatizing to the environment, which helps the body to adjust to the elevation and high-altitude surroundings. It helps to reduce the potential altitude sickness attacks. Next, you can review your gear and climbing equipment, and if time permits, you can visit and explore the Upper Pisang village. Know and understand the culture and tradition of the region and marvel at the amazing mountain views seen from there.

Day 07: Trek from Upper Pisang to Pisang Peak Base Camp

Base Camp Elevation: 4,380 meters/14,370 feet

The trek begins from Upper Pisang Village after an acclimatization day, passing the traditional villages. You can witness the prayer flags, monasteries, ancient architecture, unique culture, etc. while passing through the settlements. The trail heads towards Pisang Peak Base Camp, where you have to ascend through the alpine terrains and rocky paths. We will finally reach the base camp from Pisang and stay there for the night. The Pisang Peak Base Camp offers awe-inspiring views of the stunning Himalayan peaks.

Trek Distance: 5-7 kilometers

Trek Duration: 3-4 hours

Day 08: Trek to Pisang Peak High Camp

The High Camp Elevation: 5,400 meters/17,712 feet

The trail from base camp is narrow, rocky, and potentially snowy with some steep sections. Continue ascending the barren landscapes to gain a significant elevation of Pisang Peak High Camp, approximately about 1,000 meters. Throughout the trek, the incredible views of the Manaslu and Annapurna mountain ranges dominate the journey.

Reaching High Camp at 5,400 meters, the tent will be set to make necessary arrangements and prepare for Pisang Peak Climbing. The expedition crew will thoroughly check to make sure whether or not you are acclimatized for the summit push. As we will be spending our night at high camp, take the high camp opportunity to rest and acclimatize, adjusting the body to the higher elevations.

Trek Duration: 3-4 hours

Day 09: Summit to the Peak and Back to Base Camp

Pisang Peak Elevation: 6,091 meters/19,980 feet

Summit to the Pisang Peak is an adventurous-filled, exciting journey. The climb to the summit involves steep technical sections, requiring a cautious ascend. With the help of a climbing guide fixing the rope, the distinctive way leads toward the summit. Ascending the final ridge, you can finally step upon the summit of Pisang Peak. It is a triumph moment upon conquering the majestic Peak. Enjoy the summit view of Annapurna, Chulu Range, Manaslu, Himlung, Tilicho Peak, Glacier Dome, Damodar, etc. Celebrate and photograph the success and retrace your paths to get back to the base camp.

Climb Duration: 7-9 hours

Day 10: Trek From Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang Valley

The Manang Valley Elevation: 3,450 meters/11,316 feet

The journey starts from the Pisang Peak Base Camp, amidst the Himalayas. Start a descent to connect with the Annapurna Circuit trail and head towards Manang Valley. Most of the time, you will make a journey trekking alongside the riverbeds, encircled by the enchanting mountainous scenery. After around 5 to 6 hours of the exhilarating trek, Manang Valley approaches. Nestled in the Marsyandi River Valley, Manang offers serene Himalayan landscapes along with the unique culture, tradition, and history of the region.

Trek Duration: 5-6 hours

Day 11: Trek From Manang to Yak Kharka

Yak Kharka Elevation: 4,110 meters/13,480 feet

Traversing the diverse landscapes and soaking into the cultural dimensions of the trek, the journey from Manang Valley heads towards Yak Kharka. The enchanting Valley with Tibetan-style architecture and monasteries is left behind while climbing the steep uphills. Enjoy the wonderful views of Annapurna and Gangapurna along the way and follow a gradual pace of ascent. Navigating the alpine terrains, forested areas, and Himalayan vegetation, you will reach Yak Kharka. Yak Kharka is mainly pasture land (as Kahrka refers to a high-altitude grazing area for Yaks), encircled by the alpine meadows. You can find small settlements of people there where you can have insights into the local culture and living style of residents.

Trek Distance: 8-10 kilometers

Trek Duration: 3-4 hours

Day 12: Trek From Yak Kharka to Thorong Pedi

Thorung Phedi Elevation: 4,600 meters/15,092 feet

This day, we head out from small villages to follow the destination Thorung Phedi. Thorung Phedi is a foot of challenging Thorung La Pass. The trek starts from the Yak Kharka, surrounded by mountainous topographies, and follows the rocky paths with more rugged terrains towards Thorung Phedi. The landscapes start to transform into high alpine terrains, and the trails become steeper as you approach Thorung Phedi. Along the way, the alluring views of the snow-capped Himalayas create a magnificent setting for the trek.

Trek Distance: 5-6 kilometers

Trek Duration: 3-4 hours

Day 13: Cross Thorong La in the Morning and Trek to Muktinath

Thorung La Elevation: 5,416 meters/17,769 feet

Muktinath Elevation: 3,710 meters/12,171 feet

This day of trekking journey involves crossing one of the high mountain passes, Thorung La and heading towards the holy temple Muktinath. Thoung La is a high-altitude pass at 5,416 meters/17,769 feet. We start on an early morning trek with the goal of navigating the Thorung La Pass before midday. Traversing the rocky trails and lush vast forests, you reach the Thorung La Pass, where there is a high chance of snow accumulation and strong winds. While crossing the challenging Pass, the panoramic views of mount Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and enchanting mountainous landscapes are seen.

After that, we follow a gradual descent on steep rocky terrains from the Pass and make a way to reach Muktinath. Slowly, the descent becomes less steep, and the alpine surroundings change to sub-alpine landscapes. Witnessing the views of the amazing Kali Gandaki Valley, we reach our destination, Muktinath. This is a pilgrimage site of Buddhist and Hindu religions, offering a harmonious blend of natural and cultural significance.

Trek Distance: 14-16 kilometers

Trek Duration: 8-10 hours

Day 14: Trek From Muktinath to Tatopani

Tatopani Elevation: 1190 meters/3,904 feet

On this day, you can have an early morning tour around the Muktinath temple before proceeding the trekking journey. Don't miss an opportunity to have a holy bath in the 108 waterspouts and explore the underground natural eternal flame. Then, start fresh on the journey to Tatopani, a famous place for natural hot springs.

Descending from the high-altitude arid landscapes of Muktinath, the trail follows the transition journey of sub-alpine landscapes to a sub-tropical environment. Traversing several traditional villages and rhododendron-bloomed forested areas, we finally reach Tatopani. Dipping into the hot springs of Tatopani offers a relaxing conclusion to the trekking journey.

Trek Duration: 6-7 hours

Day 15: Drive From Tatopani to Pokhara

Pokhara Elevation: 822 meters/2,696 feet

After a successful trekking and climbing adventure of the Pisang peak, we finally return to Pokhara to culminate the journey. We embark on a scenic drive from Tatopani along the Kali Gandaki George to reach the popular travel destination Pokhara. The journey is picturesque, passing through lush landscapes, pristine rivers and waterfalls, rural villages, winding roads, green hills, and finally witnessing the serene lakes at Pokhara. Time permitting, here you can engage in different adventure activities and spend quality concluding time marveling at breathtaking mountain views.

Drive Duration: 5-6 hours.

Trip Cost US$ 2050 Per person
Cost Includes:
  • Two night Deluxe hotel in Kathmandu on B/B
  • One night hotel in Pokhara.
  • Climbing peak permit
  • One special climbing guide (Sherpa) among two members.
  • Insurence of staff.
  • National Park entrance permit
  • All Airport transfers
  • All Meals during the trek and camping.
  • Seasonal fruits.
  • Sleeping bags and down jacket if you do not have your own.
  • Accommodation in lodge during the trek, basic camping arrangement during climbing.
  • Porters to carry member baggage 15 to 18 kg per person.
  • Accident insurance for staffs.
  • Normal Medical kits with oximeter and pulse meter checker.
Cost Excludes:
  • Personal clothing.
  • Personal climbing gears.
  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation cost, oxygen, medical box.
  • Alcoholic beverage, laundry and tips.
  • Extra  accommodation and sightseeing tour in Kathmandu (available as per your choice)
  • Nepal Entry Visa Fees. Click here for more details.

Frequently asked questions about Pisang Peak Climbing

Frequently asked questions about Pisang Peak Climbing

1. What kinds of gear and clothing do I need?

Good hiking boots and proper mountaineering boots. You need good gloves to keep your hands warm on summit night and gloves that you can use when climbing using ropes, carbines, adjusting figure of 8 and adjust all mountaineering equipment. Depending on the month it can be as low as -20c you need to wear a warm hat with buff to cover your mouth. A buff keep moisture, A down jacket is a great piece of kit, you can wear at night while relaxing and you can use for your summit bid.

wide range of cloths. 15kg is your weight limit for our yaks to carry. You will carry rain gear (for the many days on the trek), fleece, or down jacket, camera and 3 liters of water (depending on the day) You can wear shorts for the right number of days, but most people prefer trekking pant. Higher up you will use gortex shell and thermal underwear for summit night. You will need sock liners, wool socks and a couple of light layers heading into Island peak base camp. Wicking layers (merino wool), mid weight fleece layer. Make sure you have trainers to change into once you reach the camp each day. Merino wool from Smart-wool or Icebreaker are great layering products.

2. What is the best season for peak climbing in Nepal ?

March to May, September to November Is the best season for peak climbing in Nepal.

3. How difficult is peak climbing in Nepal ?

It depends on the peak you choose to climb, there are easy peaks as well as difficult peaks, and we recommend peak climbing according to your need and your expertise.

4. What is the Normal success rate of peak climbing?

It depends the peak you choose, climate, weather, health and the peak grade: roughly the success rate of peak climbing is above 95% from our company.

5. What equipment does company provide and can we rent some?

You can hire or buy personal equipment needed for peak climbing, Normal gear like Sleeping bags and down jackets will be provided by, Exciting Nepal treks. If you like you can also hire from our own company.

6. What problems occur in high altitude?

Lack of oxygen in a body might occur in high altitude which may result in nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, hypothermia even death.

7. Can I charge my device while peak climbing?

Yes you can charge your device like mobile, camera and chargeable device during the trekking Area only, but during the camping we can not.

8. Who will be my guide and what is their qualification and experience?

Our Company provides veteran, qualified peak climbing and mountaineering guides.

9. What kind food and accommodation you provide?

We provide healthy food, comfortable accommodation during the trek but basic camping accmodation during the climbing

10. Does your company give certificate after successful peak climbing?

Exciting Nepal Treks and Expedition will provide certificate which is provided by NMA.

11. How you rescue if I become sick?

Depending on the seriousness of the accident we provide first aid if not then company can arrange the evacuation operation to the nearest medical facility and in case of any emergency, company could bring you to Kathmandu Hospital.

12. Do I get refund if I become sick before peak climbing or after the trip departure?

If you become sick before the departure informed us before 35 days 80 % of amount will be refunded, after that we deduct the cost of permit and flight as well as 33% trip cost will be chargeable, No refund will be provided after a week as well after the trip departure.

13. What permit do I need for peak climbing?

Nepal Mountaineering Association:  issue permits which is needed for peak climbing and our company will assist you on getting the permit.

https://excitingnepal.com/nepal-peak-permit-fees/ please check the information.

Please let us know if you have more question at [email protected]

Pisang Peak Climbing Difficulties

Pisang Peak Climbing Difficulties

To climb a 6,000-meter class peak is a great accomplishment. However, conquering involves overcoming the challenges that strike upon the journey. Adventurers with robust physical conditions and strong determination find Pisang Peak achievable. In addition, effective planning and preparation support the successful climb of this peak.

Pisang Peak is moderately difficult and suitable for beginner climbers with basic knowledge of mountaineering skills. Difficulties depend on several factors, like the individual capacity of climbers, climbing routes, etc. Here are some of the difficulties of Pisang Peak Climbing.

Altitude Sickness

Altitude sickness is a risk factor for the Pisang Peak Climbing adventure. The symptoms of altitude sickness are likely to occur exceeding the height of 2,500 meters. However, the trekking journey experiences varied high altitude ranges, and climbing involves reaching a significant height of 6,091 meters. To minimize the risks of altitude sickness, stay well hydrated throughout the journey and consider ascending at a low pace with adequate time acclimatizing to the altitude. Descent back to lower elevations and ascend until your body becomes ready for the elevation gain.

Route Difficulty

Pisang Peak Climbing encounters difficult routes like the technical sections of steep ice and snow slopes. The slopes can be slippery, and ascending can be challenging, which requires the use of ice axes and crampons. Likewise, the careful navigation of crevasses with rescue knowledge is essential. Crevases involve deep cracks with potential risks while climbing. Moreover, near the summit involves rocky sections, requiring the skills of rock climbing and handling the loose rocks. The climb demands basic expertise with fixed rope and climbing equipment to successfully summit the pyramidal Pisang Peak.

Weather and Temperature.

The weather and temperatures in the high-altitude mountainous environment fluctuate rapidly. Although Spring and Autumn seasons offer mild temperatures and stable weather conditions, there is no guarantee that they remain as predicted. The uncertain and changeable high Himalayan weather and temperature conditions add to the challenges of Pisang Peak. So, it is better to pack regarding the climatic variations and stay updated on weather forecasts while climbing the peak.

Accommodation and Food

Accommodation and Food pisang peak climbing

Comfortable teahouses accommodations are available throughout the trekking journey, which are simple with basic facilities. Though the teahouses lack modern amenities, they are the widely available and common forms of accommodation during the Himalayan treks. Rooms are available on a shared basis, with multiple beds in a single room. Likewise, basic bedding facilities like matress, pillows, blankets, etc are available. Bathrooms are also on the shared basis, modern design at the lower region and traditional style at the higher altitudes. Similarly, you can expect the common dinner area in teahouses. You can also personalize the accommodations based on your choice and preference if available, and we will assist you in making changes.

The teahouses offer local hygienic meals and drinks. Generally run by most of the family members in a house, they offer seasonal vegetable items and the meals are nutritious in teahouses. A wide variety of local and international dishes are available to accommodate diverse trekkers. Meals like typical traditional dal bhat, momo, chowmein, thukpa, steaks, mushroom soups, pasta, pizza, sandwiches, etc, are available, with tea and coffee options as common drinks.

You can also experience the camping accommodation during the Pisang Peak Climbing journey, which comes with a proper camping site. You will be spending nights at base camp and high-altitude camp. You will be provided with healthy and nutritious packaged foods throughout the climbing journey.

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Packing for Pisang Peak Climbing:

Packing for Pisang Peak Climbing

Packing lists are defined by the nature of the journey and time of travel. For the Pisang Peak climbing, pack well for trekking and climbing adventures. If you set out for the best mountaineering season, Autumn and Spring, the weather is mild, with clear blue skies and glorious Himalayan vistas. Still, the night temperatures at higher altitudes can be colder. The condition is even worse during the off-season. So, it is advisable to pack appropriate clothing, gear, and equipment for the Pisang Peak Climbing journey.

While packing, try maintaining the weight of your backpack as light as possible. Only carry the most essential items to enjoy free wilderness adventure. Here are some lists of items that you can pack for the Pisang Peak Expedition.

Upper Body

  • Sun hat
  • Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Headlamp with spare batteries
  • High SPF sunscreen
  • Light thermal tops
  • Trekking shirts
  • Fleece Jacket or pullover
  • Breathable Waterproof shell jacket
  • Down Jacket

Lower Body

  • Thermal base layers
  • Trekking pants
  • Heavyweight hiking trousers (warmth at higher altitude)
  • Rain pants
  • Light Hiking shorts
  • Fleece Pants

Hand and Footwear

  • Lightweight gloves
  • Waterproof outer glove
  • Warm Trekking socks
  • Liner socks
  • Thick wool socks
  • Trekking Boots
  • Sport shoes


  • Water bottles
  • Trekking poles
  • Camera with spare batteries
  • Sleeping bag
  • Ear Plugs
  • Portable solar charger

First Aid Kit

  • General medication like paracetamol and diamox tablets
  • Small knife, scissors and tweezers
  • Water purification drops or tablets
  • Dressing pads
  • Antibiotic cream
  • Painkiller

Permits for Pisang Peak Climb

Permits are vital to obtain for doing any kind of Himalayan trekking or mountaineering expedition. There are three permits required for the Pisang Peak Climbing, which are:

Pisang Peak Climbing Permit

The Pisang Peak requires a separate permit for the climbing adventure. The permit fee depends upon the time of the year. Here is the Pisang Peak Climbing permit for each season.

Spring - USD 250

Autumn - USD 125

Winter- USD 70

Summer - USD 70

Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP)

As the trek has to pass through this protected zone of the Annapurna region, it becomes crucial to get the Annapurna Conservation Area Permit. The permit helps to enter into the conservation area and conduct trekking activities. The cost allocated is used for the preservation of natural resources and maintaining the ecosystem of the region. The cost of ACAP is NPR 3,000 or USD 22.52.

TIMS card

The TIMS card is a permit, compulsory to obtain for trekking activities. It helps for the safety and security of each trekker, tracking and responding with rescue teams in case of emergencies. Likewise, it does not let lose the trace of trekkers, which avoids missing cases. The TIMS card costs NPR 2,000 or USD 15.

When to Climb Pisang Peak?

When to Climb Pisang Peak

Climbing Pisang Peak is possible throughout the year, but for the enriched experiences, Spring and Autumn are the best seasons. These are the peak seasons for Himalayan trekking and climbing adventures due to favorable weather and temperature conditions. The blooming nature enchants the Himalayan landscapes, and moderate temperatures are helpful for a comfortable journey. The days are bright and warm, and even nights are bearable. Due to stable weather, there is less chance of heavy rain and snowfall. Trekking trails are dry, which supports the comfortable walks.

The longer days support the thorough observation of each day's trekking trails and destinations. Reduced fog and haze result in upgraded visibility of the mountainous surroundings with clear skies, giving the best view of snow-covered mountain peaks and Himalayan landscapes. The harmonious blend of perfect natural beauty and stable climatic conditions favors outstanding Himalayan photography, which makes the journey a lifelong experience and memory.

Pisang Peak can be done during Winter and Summer. However, due to extreme climate and temperatures, you may encounter several troubles. Risks of heavy snow and rainfall, blizzards, avalanches, etc., may strike the trekking and climbing journey. These seasons pose the difficulties of extreme hot and cold temperatures and uncertain weather, resulting in fewer trekkers flowing in the Himalayas. However, the trails are less crowded and quieter, contributing to the peaceful journey experience. The permit costs and packages are also offered at discounted rates at these times of mountaineering adventures. If you wish for a smooth and best Himalayan journey, the Spring and Autumn seasons will be the most suitable season for you.


Subash KC

Managing Director

Mr. Subash K.C ventured into the tourism industry after completing his studies in Management Stream in 2001 at Tribhuvan University. Mr. K.C, born and brought up in the Lalitpur district, is keenly interested in exploring the different trekking routes. Getting the opportunity to work in the tourism industry helped him gather insights about trekking across Nepal. In addition, he also learned about customer care and group management.
By leading solo and group trekkers himself, he started collecting data about many trekking destinations in Nepal. He creates an enriching experience for national and international travelers through exceptional hospitality.

Apart from managing trekking and tours, Mr K.C also handles client inquiries, accommodation reservations, arrangements of transportation and flights, and other logistics. Recognizing the importance of personalized service, he proactively takes care of clients' needs and requirements. He is fluent in English and excels in organizing treks, tours, and adventure sports in Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.

He is highly committed to promoting responsible tourism and prioritizes client satisfaction by providing top-notch service through his well-organized company. He believes that through responsible traveling, we can protect the natural environment and promote sustainability. He has expanded his knowledge by traveling to various countries worldwide, such as India, Bhutan, Switzerland, Germany, France, Italy, Thailand, China, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, USA, Japan, UK, Canada etc and is passionate about exploring more destinations.

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