Pisang Peak Climbing

One of the most popular climbing is Pisang Peak Climbing in Nepal. Mount Pisang crest, ascending from yak pastures over the town in a uniform slant to the last summit pyramid which is an undistinguished snow and ice slant is an excellent touristic goal of Nepal. It is seen all the more fascinating as a bent edge, with face over this pinnacle being the truncated southern end of the mountain while seeing from above Ogre. This mountain is comprised of steeply inclining rock, the plunge slant of which faces the valley and is well observed as the immense shake sections additionally down the valley. Still more is left to be investigated in this mountain. The entire of the western side monitored by a hanging ice sheet is testing while across of the entire summit edge which associates with a more northern summit before bending back west comprise of brilliant plausibility. As the edge is monitored by enormous shake sections, access toward the western end of the edge looks problematical. A German Expedition group was the first to climb this 6091 meters raised top in the year 1955. Monterosa Treks and Expedition sorts out Mount Pisang Peak Expedition in each season. Kindly don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for additional data.

Overcoming Mount Chulu West and Mount Chulu Central should be possible from a base camp in a little valley north of Manang arranged off the principle course to Thorong La pass (5416m) from where one can have the best perspectives of this pinnacle. North-West Ridge: Go past the hovel taking after the yak fields and trek up an edge driving into a concealed valley where the great site for base camp can be found. At that point rise soaks slants to a cool 4,900 or 16,076 feet), on an auxiliary edge which leads down from the principle edge. Toward the north of the col climb snow slant for 200 meters to the base of shake groups at 5,100 meters stature and high camp are conceivable there.

Pisang Peak Climbing is tranquil hard to climb the stone band toward the northwest shoulder of Chulu West 5450m/17,880ft. Another camp can be set up or option can be set on a snow level over 5,530m/18,143 ft. The rope was settled on the stone band on the first and a few different risings. From the level, treks up the continuously limit edge to achieve the summit 6,250 meters/20,505 feet. We ought to utilize a similar course to return back. Each season Monterosa Treks and undertaking sorts out this campaign for the endeavor bears.

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Itinerary

Itinerary 01:

Day 01: Arriving in Kathmandu (1350m).

Day 02: Kathmandu-Besishahar-Chyamje.

Day 03: Chyamje-Dharapani.

Day 04: Dharapani-Chame.

Day 05: Chame-Lower Pisang.

Day 06: Rest day for acclimatization.

Day 07: Lower Pisang-Pisang Peak base camp.

Day 08: Pisang Peak Base camp-High Camp.

Day 09: Pisang Peak Summit-Base Camp.

Day 10: Pisang Peak Base Camp-Chame.

Day 11: Chame-Kathmandu.

Day 12: Departure to an international airport.

 

Itinerary 02:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu & transfer hotel.
Day 02: Prepare climbing and trekking permit.
Day 03: Drive to Besi Sahar- Shynge and lodge.
Day 04: From Shyange to Bargarchap & Lodge.
Day 05: From Bagarchap-Chame2713m.-lodge.
Day 06: Chame -Pisang Village3185m. & lodge.
Day 07: Pisang- Pisang Peak Base camp. Camp.
Day 08: Base camp  –  Pisang Peak high  camp.
Day 09: High camp-Summit6091m.-back to BC.
Day 10: Pisang base camp-Manang and lodge.
Day 11: From Manang-Thorong Phedi & lodge.
Day 12: Thorong  La pass 5416m. – Muktinath.
Day 13: Drive to Jomsom and Tatopani –lodge.
Day 14: Drive to Beni, continue Pokhara-lodge.
Day 15: Drive to KTM by tourist bus and hotel.
Day 16: Transfer to airport for final departure.

Itinerary Detail

Day 01: Arriving in Kathmandu (1350m).

Arriving at Tribhuwan International Airport (TIA) Kathmandu Nepal, you will meet with us then transfer to hotel by private vehicles then stay at the Hotel and free activities in the evening.

Day 02: Kathmandu-Besishahar-Chyamje.

Drive from Kathmandu to Chyamje(1314m,9 hours driving) via Besishahar and then overnight at Teahouse.

Day 03: Chyamje-Dharapani.

In the morning after our wonderful breakfast, Trek from Chyamje to Dharapani (1943m, 5-6 hours walking) and then overnight in Dharapani.

Day 04: Dharapani-Chame.

After having our hot breakfast, Trek from Dharapani to Chame (2713m, 6 hours walking) and then overnight at Lodge.

Day 05: Chame-Lower Pisang.

After morning breakfast, Trek from Chame to Lower Pisang (3185m, 6hours walking ) and then overnight at Lodge.

Day 06: Rest day for acclimatization.

This day, you will have a free day in Lower Pisang Village for acclimatization. You may take rest or ask your guide for any activities.

Day 07: Lower Pisang-Pisang Peak base camp.

Having morning breakfast then trek from Lower Pisang Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp (4573m,6 hours walking) and then overnight at Tent.

Day 08: Pisang Peak Base camp-High Camp.

Pisang peak base camp to Pisang Peak High Camp (5030m,). The climbing guide will teach you how to fix the rope, some climbing tips then make training and overnight at Pisang peak high camp at Tent.

Day 09: Pisang Peak Summit-Base Camp.

Morning, start going to the top. After Camp 1, go up in the gully, traverse to the right, up on a wide stone field, cross the bridge to the glacier. Always beware of the crevasses. You are nearly halfway. Have a good trip to the top of the Pisang Peak 6091m and safely down. you will see panoramic Himalayan views of the Mt. Manaslu 8163m, Mt. Annapurna II 7937m, Annapurna III 7555m, Annapurna IV 7525m, Gangapurna 7455m, Tilicho peak 7134m,Pisang peak 6091m etc.The same day descends to the Pisang Base Camp and overnight at Tent.

Day 10: Pisang Peak Base Camp-Chame.

Trek from Pisang Peak Base Camp Trek to Chame (2713m, 7 hours walking) and then overnight at Lodge.

Day 11: Chame-Kathmandu.

Drive from Chame to Kathmandu, overnight at selected Hotel in Kathmandu.

Day 12: Departure to an international airport.

Final departure to international airport to fly your home country.

Include/Exclude

INCLUDES:
All ground transfers, airport pickup/drop by private vehicle.
Thamel Eco Resort hotel in Kathmandu (twin sharing, including breakfast & all taxes)
Welcome Dinner with live Nepali cultural program we host.
Guided sightseeing in Kathmandu including all applicable entrance fees.)
All domestic airfares (Jomsom – Pokhara – Kathmandu.).
Fully organized camping trek (including world class equipment, tents, mattresses and etc).
Every day three times meals on trek prepared by our kitchen crew.
National Park / Conservation Area Permit Fees.
Guide, porters and their daily wages, insurance with all necessary arrangements.
Accommodation at Tibet Resort in Pokhara (including breakfast, and all Taxes)
Pisang Peak Climbing Permit and all other necessary fees.

EXCLUDES:
All International Airfares / Airport Taxes.
Expenses of personal nature such as bar bill, laundry bill, telephone bill, tips and etc.
Personal medical and travel insurance.
Helicopter Rescue & Evacuation

Equipment List

Climbing Gear

  •        Alpine climbing harness with adjustable leg loops- should fit over clothing
  •        2 locking screw gate carabiners- Large, pear-shaped carabiner  type recommended
  •        3 regular non-locking carabiners- Lightweight Black Diamond Hotwire are recommended
  •        Ice ax with Leash – Black Diamond, Raven, or Camp
  •        Plastic Mountaineering Boots -La Sportiva, Lowa Civetta, or Scarpa Alpha
  •        Crampons fit plastic boots
  •        Adjustable trekking poles
  •        Belay Rappel Device (Figure 8 preferred)

Upper Body

  •        2-Light weight thermal tops- long sleeve (medium weight merino or equivalent)
  •       3-T shirts or cool-max trekking shirts
  •       1- pullover or jacket (Merino, Polartec power stretch, soft shell, 100 weight fleece)
  •       1-200 weight fleece jacket or prima loft jacket
  •       1-Waterproof shell jacket with hood (lightweight, breathable)
  •        1-Down parka with hood

Lower Body

  •        2-Thermal bottoms (merino or Polartec power dry)
  •        1-Fleece or Polartec power stretch pants
  •       1-Light weight hiking trousers
  •       1-Heavy weight hiking trousers (windproof soft shell for warmth at higher altitude)
  •       1-Hiking shorts (optional)
  •       Waterproof shell pants (lightweight, breathable)
  •       *Under Garments

Feet

  •       4- Warm Trekking socks (wool)
  •       *4- Lightweight Cotton Trekking socks
  •       2-Thick wool socks to wear at night in lodges
  •       *Gore-tex waterproof hiking boots- (you should buy at home and break them in before you come)
  •       *Spare laces for hiking boots
  •       Snow Gaiters (optional)
  •       Camp shoes/sandals (Crocs are ideal)

Hands

  • 1-Lightweight gloves-Polypro
  • 1-Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer (seasonal)
  • 1 pair expedition shell gloves

Head

  •         Warm beanie hat
  •        Tubular Headwear (buff)
  •         Sun hat or cap (cap and buff all fit under your hood)
  •        Polarized Sunglasses with UV protection

Accessories:

  • 1-Daypack (approximately 2500 to 3000 cubic inches)
  • 2-Water bottle or camel bag, 1-liter (one with an insulated cover is recommended)
  • large duffle bag (and a lock as the porters will carry this)
  • Stuff sacks, dry bags, garbage bags etc (to organize and waterproof your things inside the duffle bag)
  • Trekking pole set
  • Sleeping bag (- 30’C)
  • Headlamp and spare batteries

Personal First Aid kit (we suggest the following items):

  •         *Personal medication
  •         Broad spectrum antibiotics (e.g. Ciprofloxacin)
  •        Diarrhea stopper (e.g. Immodium)
  •        Rehydration Salt sachets
  •        Medication for giardiasis (e.g. Tinidazole)
  •        *Blister kit (tiny roll of 3M medical tape/breathable surgical tape)
  •        Antiseptic (iodine or alcohol wipes for cleaning wounds)
  •       *Sterile non-stick absorbent dressing/gauze (for more serious wounds)
  •        *Antibiotic cream (sample size)
  •       10 ibuprofen tablets (anti-inflammatory; pain relief)
  •       4 antihistamine tablets (for bites, allergic reactions; e.g. Benadryl)
  •        throat lozenges
  •        Small Swiss Army knife (which has knife, scissors, and tweezers)
  •        Small whistle
  •        Diamox (consult your doctor about this)

Toiletries/Hygiene:

  • Toothbrush & *paste (preferably biodegradable)
  • Toilet paper
  • Lightweight towel and *soap (preferably biodegradable)
  • *Face and body moisturizer (the low humidity at high altitude dries the skin)
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Small mirror
  • *Deodorants
  • Nail clippers
  •  Wet wipes/ baby wipes (in case there is no warm water for a wash)
  • Antibacterial hand gel
  • Sunscreen (with a high UV factor needed for high altitude )
  • Sunblock Lip Balm (kept in a pocket and regularly applied)

Extras/Luxuries:

  • *Lightweight reading material
  • Trail Map/Guidebook
  • Journal & Pen
  •  *Travel game i.e. chess, backgammon, scrabble
  •  Small pillow
  • Thermarest (optional – in case the mattress in the lodge is inadequate)
  •  *Earplugs (in case group member snores)
  • Personal treats and snacks
  •  *Ziplock bags for snacks so you can divide each day
  •  A bag to leave these in Kathmandu (very cheap in Kathmandu)
  • Shoulder bag or small backpack for exploring around town (optional)
  • *Music player
  • *Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Town clothes and shoes
  • *Swimming costume (for Kathmandu)
  • Tips for your Sherpa guide and porter
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Trip Highlights

  • Discountonly for group %
  • Trip Grade
  • Price USD Message us.
  • Duration12 or 16 Days
  • Starting PointKathmandu
  • Ending PointKathmandu
  • TransportationPrivate Vehicle or Bus.
  • ActivitiesTrek and Climb
  • Trek StyleClimb
  • Max. Altitude6091m
  • Min. Altitude1314m-
  • Best SeasonMarch to May & September to November

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