Pisang Peak

Pisang Peak is one of the frequently climbed peak in Annapurna region. It lies in north of Manang valley which is a part of renounced trekking trail, Annapurna Ciruit and opposite to Annapurna II. It the trail gradually raises from pisang village and through wood and pasture commonly known as Kharka. 

The upper part of this peak is covered with huge rock slabs which make the ascent difficult in wet and snowy conditions. This peak is considered more difficult, so experience people are only advised to try it. Another interesting part trip is that we can further complete Annapurna circuit and see Tilicho Lake (lake situated in highest altitude).


 Duration: 23 days  Difficulty: Medium
 Best time: Autumn and Spring  Maximum Altitude: 6091meters
 Major Attraction:  Adventure of climbing Pisang peak, Good view of  mountains of Annapurna and Manalsu range, Tilicho Lake( lake situated at highest altitude)


Day 01 to 02: Arrival in Kathmandu Airport, pre-trip meeting and sightseeing.
Day 03 to 08: Drive to Syange and trek to Pisang and rest in upper Pisang for acclimatization.
Day 09 to 11: Trek to Base Camp and summit.
Day 12 to 16: Trek to Tilicho Base Camp, visit Tilicho Lake and return to Yak Khara (original trail of Annapurna circuit.
Day 17 to 19: Trek to Muktinath via Throng-la pass and trek to Jomsom via Lubra Valley.
Day 20 to 22: Take flight to Jomsom and again to Kathmandu.
Day 23: Transfer to International airport for final departure.