Peak Climbing in Nepal

Pisang Peak Climbing - 6091 m

Pisang Peak ClimbingPisang Peak (6091m) has great scope for exploration. The western flank of the mountain, which is guarded by a hanging glacier, offers considerable challenge. However access to the western end of the ridge is more problematic yes it is guarded by huge rock slabs. The first ascent on Pisang was made in 1955 by a German Expedition. The same Expedition then went on to make an ascent on Chulu east. From above Hungre the peak looks much more interesting. It looks more like a curved ridge, with the face above Pisang being the truncated southern end on the valley. The route through the upper Pisang valley leads through sparse woods and pastures to a Kharka, which provide a good Base-camp site. The high trail here, which reaches upper Pisang (3300m) though longer, is panoramic. It offers truly splendid views of the Annapurna group including Tilicho Peak, Annapurna II and IV, Ghangapurna and the Glacier Dome. Pisang is indeed a "sightseeing peak."

TRIP FACTS

Elevation: 19,978ft./ 6091m (10th highest trekking peak of Nepal)
Location: Annapurna region of Nepal
Best for the Climbing: June, July August, September, October, November
Easiest Summit Route: Basic Snow / Ice Climb
Convenient Center (s): Pokhara
Nearest Major Airport: Kathmandu (minor: Pokhara, Hongde
Itinerary type: Lodge / Camping
Accommodations: Fixed / Customized
Trek grade: Moderate & Strenuous
Trip : 30 Days
Minimum pax: 2 person

Itinerary

Day 01 : Kathmandu arrival (1300m)
Day 02 : Peak permit Preparation and official formalities
( You can use this day for rock climbing course or sightseeing )
Day 03 : Kathmandu Pokhara (drive or Fly )
Day 04 : Beshishahar to Bahundanda (1305m.)
Day 05 : Bahundanda to Chamje (1410m.)
Day 06 : Chamje (1410m. ) to Dharapani (1960m.)
Day 07 : Dharapani to Chame (2675m.)
Day 08 : Chame to Pisang (3100m.)
Day 09 : Rest at Pisang
Day 10 : Pisang to Pisang Base Camp
Day 11 : Rest at Pisang Base Camp
Day 12 : Pisang Base Camp to Pisang High Camp
Day 13 : Summit Pisang peak and back to Pisang Base Camp
Day 14 : Pisang Base Camp to Pisang
Day 15 : Pisang to Manang (3440m.)
Day 16 : Rest day at Manang
Day 17 : Manang to Yak Kharka (4350m.)
Day 18 : Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4420m.)
Day 19 : Thorong Phedi to Muktinath (3850m.) via Thorong La (5416m.)
Day 20 : Muktinath to Kagbeni (2895 m.)
Day 21 : Kagbeni to Marpha (2650m.)
Day 22 : Marpha to Kalopani (2530m.)
Day 23 : Kalopani to Tatopani (1189 m.)
Day 24 : A rest day at Tatopani
Day 25 : Tatopani to Ghorepani (2853 m.)
Day 26 : Ghorepani to Poon Hill (3180m.) to Tadapani (2675m.)
Day 27 : Tadapani (2675m.) to Ghandruk (1950m.)
Day 28 : Ghandruk (1950m.) to Pothana (1990m.)
Day 29 : Pothana to Dhampus Phedi (1113m.) & drive to Pokhara
Day 30 : Pokhara to Kathmandu
Day 31 : Kathmandu free day of your own.
Day 32 : Final Departure.

COST INCLUDES :

  • Welcome in Airport by Garland
  • All ground Transportation by private vehicle
  • Twin sharing accommodation at Kathmandu in 2 to 4 star hotel with breakfast
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Kathmandu /Lukla /Kathmandu flight fare for member & Nepali staff
  • Accommodation in lodge or tent during trek
  • Meals (Breakfast, lunch, dinner) in trekking & camping
  • High altitude tent, & high food at climbing
  • Local fresh fruits like orange, apple, banana and grape etc.
  • Down jacket, 4 seasonal sleeping bag
  • Trekking map.
  • All necessary paper work & Permits
  • All cost for a Langtang Ri leader (First Aid and Eco trained & Government licensed holder English Speaking) and sherpa, a sherpa assistance leader(s) and assistance Trek leader help each individuals while on trek
  • Salary, equipment, transportation & Insurance of our staff
  • Portable Altitudes Chamber (PAC) for safety measures.
  • Travel & Rescue arrangement.
  • All government taxes.
  • Farewell dinner

COST EXCLUDES :

  • Nepalese l Visa Fee (USD 40 for 30 Days)
  • International airport departure taxes
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu
  • Personal Mountaineering Gear
  • Climbing royalty
  • Garbage deposit
  • Climbing Sherpa fee
  • Travel & Rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses e.g. phone calls, laundry, bar bills & extra porters
  • Tips for guides and porters
  • Optional trips and sightseeing if extend

Equipments checklists - climbing trips
In addition to the above list of suggested trekking equipment, you should take along with various items of mountaineering tools. For any trip which has crossed by steep, snow-covered ground, or which has included section of glacier travel, it might be necessary for the group roping up as a safety precaution. To facilitate this process of roping up, you will need to maintain a minimum requirement, a climbing harness, a climbing sling and two locking carabineers. Plastic mountaineering boots, a mountaineering ice axe and a pair of crampons with front points are the other items of equipment, which are required for our trekking peak trips. (Please note: Our recommendation that you take no more than 33 pounds of trekking equipment DOES NOT include your plastic boots, ice axe, crampons or harness/carabineers. During the trek, climbing hardware will be carried separately from your personal trek bag in-group bags until needed).

An explanation of the equipment that you will need

Daypacks for climbing trips
3000-4000 cubic inches. For climbing trips, you will be required to carry more warm clothing during the climbs and also your personal climbing gear. For this reason, you will need a slightly bigger daypack than for a trekking-only trip. If you have any questions about gear, please do not hesitate to call our office for advice.

Equipment Rental
In order to minimize your expense outlay for trekking and climbing equipment you may never use again, we offer a wide range of equipment available for rent for the duration of your trip. All rental equipment can be picked up from your trip leader upon arrival for your trip.

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