Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak Climbing
At a Glance
  • Trip Duration21 Days
  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Conquer a 6,000 meters above mountain in the Annapurna region in Nepal
  • Cross the  challenging Thorong La pass and experience high-altitude trekking
  • Trek through lush rhododendron forests, crossing thrilling suspension bridges and rivers
  • Spend nights in beautiful villages resided by different mountain communities, including Gurung and Magar
  • Trek past lovely waterfalls, verdant hillsides, meadows, rugged tracks, and gorges
  • Witness stunning mountain views and diverse landscapes
  • Get to live mountain life while disconnecting with chaotic modern world and reconnecting with nature
  • Get blessing in the Muktinath temple, a significant religious site in Nepal
  • Trek through the whit-washed house, narrow alleys, and apple orchards to Jomsom, enjoying aird-landscapes

"Experience the ultimate adventure of a lifetime with Pisang Peak Climbing combined with the iconic Annapurna Circuit trek. Conquer the 6,091 meters peak and witness breathtaking panoramic views of the western Himalayan mountains. Trek through diverse landscapes, from lush green forests to rocky terrains, and immerse in the cultural richness of the traditional villages en route. With our expert guides and well-planned itinerary, you can challenge yourself both physically & mentally and have unforgettable memories amidst the majestic Annapurna Himalayas."

Situated on the northeastern side of the Annapurna region in Nepal, Pisang Peak (6,091 m/19,984 ft), also known as Jong Ri, was first successfully summited by a German expedition team in 1955. Pisang Peak Climbing is a 21-day adventure that combines trekking and climbing to reach the pyramidal peak above the village of Pisang. With its symmetrical terrain, Pisang Peak is known as a 'trekkers peak' that provides one of the easiest and shortest climbing experiences in the Himalayas.

The journey commences with a drive from Kathmandu to Chamje, followed by a trek to Upper Pisang Village. From the base camp, the trek continues to the high camp before reaching the Pisang Peak summit, which marks the climax of the journey. The descent follows the same route, and the trip concludes with a drive from Chame back to Kathmandu.

On the way, you can see breathtaking views of many towering mountains, including Tilicho Peak (7,134 m), Dhaulagiri (8,167 m), Fishtail (6,993 m), Annapurna (8,091 m), Mt. Manaslu (8,163 m), Mt. Annapurna II (7,555 m), Mt. Annapurna IV (7,525 m), and Gangapurna (7,455 m). Are you a thrill-seeker looking to push your limits? If so, consider joining our Pisang Peak climbing in Nepal for your 2023/2024 adventure.

Pisang Peak climbing is an ideal choice for beginner climbers looking for a 6000 meters expedition in Nepal. The trail offers stunning forest paths with breathtaking views of various mountain peaks. Likewise, the trail coincides with the popular Annapurna Circuit route, allowing you to meet fellow trekkers along the way.

In addition to reaching the summit of Pisang Peak, you will also cross the challenging Thorong La Pass and visit the charming towns of Jomsom and Muktinath. Our carefully crafted Pisang Peak Climbing itinerary spans 21 days and takes you on an unforgettable adventure in the Himalayas. All you need to do is prepare yourself to enjoy this trip and leave the rest to us.

The Annapurna circuit trek

After summiting Pisang Peak, you will return to the base camp by day 11 and embark on an unforgettable trek to Thorong La Pass and beyond. The trail descends from the base camp to Pisang village, and continues to Manang village and ascends to Letdar via Yak Kharka via Tenki village.

Following the narrow trails of Jar Sang Khola Valley, you will leave the Marshyangdi Valley and trek pastures and steep, rocky trails to Thorong Phedi. The trail then ascends to Thorong La pass, and our descending phase begins. Descending from the pass, you will visit the sacred Muktinath temple and continue along the Kali Gandaki river gorge to Kagbeni.

Trekking past beautiful white-washed houses and narrow alleys, reach Jomsom village, where the trek ends. From Jomsom, you will fly to Pokhara, followed by another short flight to Kathmandu the next day. You can also add a side excursion to Tilicho Lake to the itinerary if you can spend 3-4 days more.

Pisang peak climbing route

Starting from the base camp, the Pisang Peak climb is a thrilling and demanding experience that requires a good level of physical fitness and basic climbing skills. As you begin your ascent, the trail gradually turns into a rocky terrain that will put your climbing abilities to the test. Following a well-marked path, you will reach the Pisang Peak High Camp.

The climb from the base camp to the High Camp is a strenuous endeavor, requiring a slow and steady pace to acclimatize to the high altitude. As you move higher, you will need to use fixed ropes to scale the steep and snowy slopes. The final stretch of the climb becomes extremely vertical, with minimal snow cover.

Pisang peak climbing with Annapurna circuit trek distance and terrain

Our Pisang peak climbing itinerary also includes the legendary Annapurna circuit trail. The journey covers a distance of approximately 160-230 kilometers (100-145 miles). After climbing Pisang Peak, you will be trekking for another six days at high altitude to navigate the Thorong La pass and descend to Jomsom, where the journey ends.

The terrain is varied and presents its own set of challenges. The trek begins in the lowlands and follows the Marsyangdi River, passing through lush subtropical forests, rice paddies, and quaint traditional villages. As the trek ascends, the terrain becomes more rugged and rocky, with steep ascents and descents, and the climate turns colder and drier.

Pisang peak climbing preparation

Preparing for Pisang Peak climbing is essential to ensure a successful and safe experience. While prior climbing experience is not mandatory, it is highly recommended that you have a certain level of physical fitness and mental preparation.

To prepare for the climb, you should engage in a regular exercise routine that includes cardio, strength training, and endurance training. Additionally, you can consider incorporating activities like hiking, running, and cycling into your routine to build your endurance and stamina.

We welcome beginner climbers for Pisang Peak climbing in Nepal. You do not need to have any technical skills to join this venture. However, if you have the opportunity, you can take a climbing course or training program to develop the necessary climbing skills and knowledge.

Mental strength is equally important for the climb. You should develop a positive mindset and practice visualization and mental preparation techniques to overcome any fears or doubts you may have. This will help you to stay focused and determined throughout the climb.

Why join A1 Excursion for Pisang Peak climbing?

Our team of guides and porters makes Pisang peak climbing 21 days a very safe and incredible venture. They are well-trained and experienced in guiding clients through the challenging terrain of Pisang Peak. They will provide you with constant support and encouragement throughout the climb, ensuring that you are comfortable and safe every step of the way.

Likewise, our guides are fluent in English, which makes way for clear communication throughout the journey. They will also provide you with valuable insights into the local culture and traditions. You will get the best Pisang peak cost with us. Our package cost covers all essentials like permits, accommodation, meals, guides, porters, transportation, etc.

Join Pisang peak climbing 2023/2024 departure now to get the best price. We have special discounts on big groups.

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For a smooth hotel transfer, we will make sure our representative will be at the international airport to pick you up. He will help you with the luggage and drop you at the hotel. As the remaining day is free today with a lovely dinner in the late evening, you can rest and explore the surroundings on your own.

  • Accommodation:Hotel

We will begin the day with a short guided tour. Our itinerary includes visiting some of Nepal's most renowned tourist attractions, such as Kathmandu Durbar Square, Monkey Temple, Pashupatinath Temple, and Boudhanath Stupa. This tour will provide valuable insight into Nepali culture, art, and tradition, enhancing your overall experience.

Later in the afternoon, we will meet at our office, where you will have the opportunity to meet your mountain guide and receive a briefing on the trek. Then we will proceed with packing for the journey ahead. If there are any missing items, this will be your last opportunity to purchase them.

  • Accommodation:Hotel

We will leave Kathmandu after a delicious breakfast. Following the beautiful Trishuli and Marshyangdi rivers, the drive goes to Tal, the starting point of our adventurous journey in the Annapurna region. On the way, we can see the stunning scenery of lush green hills, waterfalls, small settlements, and terraced fields.

  • Max. Altitude:1,400 m/4,593 ft
  • Trip Duration:6-7 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea house

From Tal, the trail ascends gradually through a narrow valley, passing by several small villages and terraced fields. After a few hours of trekking, we reach the village of Karte, where we cross a suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River. The trail then passes through dense forests of pine and oak before reaching the village of Dharapani. Along the way, we may come across various types of flora and fauna, including monkeys, birds, and butterflies.

  • Max. Altitude:1,950 m/6,396 ft
  • Trip Duration:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea house

Leaving Dharapani, we will ascend towards Bagarchhap, followed by a trek to Danakyu and onward to Timang village. Along the way, we will bask in the breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes before reaching Chaurikharka. Here, we will cross a bridge and arrive at Than Chowk.

On our right, we will witness a massive section of the Marsyangdi River flowing down. As we continue along the trail, we will gradually ascend to Koto and eventually reach Chame, the headquarters of the Manang district, where we will spend the night.

  • Max. Altitude:2,630 m/8,628 ft
  • Trip Duration:6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea house

Our trek today will take us to Upper Pisang, as we continue trekking through the magnificent Marsyangdi valley. Starting from Chame, we will trek for two hours to reach Bharathang village, renowned for its delicious sweet apples. From there, we will follow a mesmerizing trail that showcases breathtaking mountain views as we ascend to Dhukur Pokhari.

Along the way, we will come across SwargaDwari, or the "gates to heaven," which is a steep mountainside that has been beautifully carved by nature. The trail then leads us through a zigzag path, crossing three bridges and a football field before reaching Upper Pisang, situated on the banks of the Marsyangdi river.

  • Max. Altitude:3,700 m/12,136 ft
  • Trip Duration:5-6 hours
  • Accommodation:Tea house

Today, we will spend an acclimatization day in Upper Pisang. As we have already reached an altitude of around 3,500 meters, it is essential to take a break to allow our bodies to adjust before continuing further. We will leave our belongings at the teahouse and set out to explore the village.

Upper Pisang is home to various ethnic groups, including Tibetan immigrant communities, Gurungs, and Ghales. We will have the opportunity to observe their unique lifestyle and architecture, with most houses constructed using bricks and mud. Additionally, we will visit the local school and interact with the children.

  • Accommodation:Tea house

The trail from Pisang village gradually ascends to the Pisang Peak base camp on this day, marking the start of our peak climbing adventure. The trail will take us through dense forests until we reach Kharka, a vast grassland where cattle graze during the summer season. This is an ideal location to set up our camps, and our supporting crew will quickly establish the tents and prepare meals for us.

  • Max. Altitude:4,380 m/14,370 ft
  • Trip Duration:4 hours
  • Accommodation:Camp

After leaving the Pisang Peak base camp, we will embark on a challenging ascent to the Pisang Peak high camp. We will immediately feel the elevation change as we climb over 1,000 meters in just a few hours. The climbing route follows narrow & uneven tracks, eventually joining a snowy path.

Once we arrive at the high camp, our team will quickly set up the tents and prepare meals to ensure that we are well-rested and nourished for the upcoming climb. We will move around safely and rest for the remaining day.

  • Max. Altitude:5,400 m/17,712 ft
  • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
  • Accommodation:Camp

With the remainder of the day free, our guide will provide us with pre-climbing training, demonstrating how to properly use a harness, crampons, ascenders, ice axe, and other climbing gear. This training will boost our confidence and prepare us for the exciting summit push.

    Today is the day we've been eagerly anticipating - the day we conquer Pisang Peak. Our guide will wake us up before the crack of dawn, around 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM, to prepare for our ascent. After a quick, warm breakfast to fuel us up, we'll begin the climb up the steep and rocky ridgeline.

    While the climb isn't too technical, we'll need to exercise caution as we navigate the snowy slopes. Our guide will ensure the safety of our route by securing it with fixed ropes where necessary. We'll face a particularly challenging section before finally reaching the summit.

    But the view from the top will make every bit of exertion worthwhile. The Annapurna range, Manaslu, Tilicho Peak, Damodar Peaks, Chulu range, and glacier dome will all be visible, a breathtaking panorama that will leave us in awe.

    Once we've taken it all in, we'll begin the descent, following the same path back to Pisang Peak base camp. Along the way, we'll make a stop at the high camp to tidy up and leave it as we found it. Finally, we'll reach base camp, where the rest of the crew will welcome us with warm soup and delicious food, providing a well-earned reward for our efforts.

    • Max. Altitude:6,091 m/19,980 ft
    • Trip Duration:10-11 hours
    • Accommodation:Camp

    The trail descends from the grassland to Pisang village. We will be following the same path back, enjoying the tranquil surroundings and stunning mountain views. Today, we have a short trekking day, so we will spend the rest of the day in Pisang village relaxing and recovering.

    • Max. Altitude:3,700 m/12,136 ft
    • Trip Duration:4 hours
    • Accommodation:Camp

    Following a steep ridge through alpine woodlands, we will trek to Humde village. The trail then winds along the rolling hills until we arrive at the plains of Sabje Khola valley. As we trek further, we'll be rewarded with a magnificent view of Mt. Annapurna.

    Crossing over a sturdy wooden bridge that traverses the Marsyangdi river, we'll continue trekking past villages such as Mungji and Bryaga. Here, we'll visit the ancient Barga monastery and take some time to soak up the peaceful atmosphere. Further, the trail goes to Manang village.

    • Max. Altitude:3,540 m/11,300 ft
    • Trip Duration:5-6 hours
    • Accommodation:Tea house

    For those who are feeling energetic, there are several short day-hiking options available around Manang village. One popular hike is to Gangapurna Lake, a glacial lake situated at an altitude of 3,800 meters. From the lake, we can enjoy panoramic views of the Annapurna range and the surrounding valleys.

    Another option is a hike to the Praken Gompa, a monastery that's perched on a hilltop overlooking the village. The hike takes around 2-3 hours and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The monastery itself is a peaceful and spiritual place, and visitors are always welcome to explore and learn about its history and significance.

      From Manang village, we'll head northwest, following the trail that leads towards the Thorong La pass. The first part of the trek takes us through lush forests and small streams. We'll gradually gain altitude as we ascend towards Letdar. Along the way, we'll cross the Khangsar Khola river and pass through several small settlements, including Yak Kharka and Gunsang.

      The trail is rocky and steep in places. We have to be cautious as we navigate our way through the challenging terrain. As we approach Letdar, we'll notice a change in the landscape, with the forests giving way to rocky terrain and sparse vegetation.

      • Max. Altitude:4,250 m/13,943 ft
      • Accommodation:Tea house

      The trekking route from Letdar to Thorong Phedi is a challenging yet rewarding journey that takes us through some of the most spectacular landscapes in the Annapurna region. As we leave Letdar behind, we'll continue to climb higher, gradually gaining altitude.

      From Letdar, the trail climbs up to a ridge, offering stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. We'll then descend to the Marsyangdi river and cross it using a sturdy wooden bridge. Further, trekking past a small tea shop, we will ascend along the right bank, following a narrow trail that leads us down to Thorong Phedi.

      • Max. Altitude:4,525 m/14,525 ft
      • Trip Duration:4-5 hours
      • Accommodation:Tea house

      We'll leave Thorong Phedi early in the morning, around 3:00 AM, to avoid the strong winds that often sweep the area in the afternoon. As we gradually ascend toward the Thorong High Camp, we'll be treated to stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Once we reach the top of the Thorong La pass, we'll be rewarded with a breathtaking panorama of some of the highest peaks in the world.

      After enjoying the stunning scenery, we'll begin our descent toward the sacred Muktinath temple. The trail is rocky and uneven in some places, so we'll need to be careful as we make our way down. Muktinath is a holy site for both Hindus and Buddhists.

      The temple complex is filled with ancient history and cultural significance. The 108 stone water spouts and eternal flame are just a few of the many spiritual and religious artifacts that you can see here.

      • Max. Altitude:5,416 m/17,756 ft
      • Trip Duration:9 hours
      • Accommodation:Tea house

      Starting the day with a warm breakfast, we will set off from Muktinath towards Kagbeni. The trail is peaceful and scenic on this day, following the cliffside and offering glimpses of the Kali Gandaki gorge. We will pass through Khingar at 3,200 meters, where the landscape becomes more barren and desolate.

      Further, trekking through Kagbeni, we will head towards Jomsom. Along the way, we will witness unique rock formations, snow-capped mountains, and stunning scenery. We will pass through narrow alleys and mud-brick homes, observing the daily lifestyle of the locals before reaching Jomsom.

      • Max. Altitude:2,800 m/9,184 ft
      • Trip Duration:3-4 hours
      • Accommodation:Tea house

      We will take an early morning flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. The flight offers magnificent aerial views of the Himalayas, including Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and other peaks. Upon reaching Pokhara, we will drop you off at the hotel.

      After checking in, you can relax and unwind by the beautiful Phewa Lake, surrounded by lush green hills. The serene atmosphere is perfect for taking a stroll or simply sitting by the lake, enjoying the tranquility.

      • Max. Altitude:8,20 m/2,690 ft
      • Trip Duration:25 minutes
      • Accommodation:Hotel

      In the morning, we will fly to Kathmandu. As it is a short flight, you will have the whole day free in the city. It is the best time to explore Bhaktapur Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square before the afternoon. And do shopping later in the evening. We will catch up in the late evening during the farewell dinner.

      • Max. Altitude:1,350 m/4,428 ft
      • Trip Duration:25 minutes
      • Accommodation:Hotel

      It's time for you to fly back home. Our representatives will ensure that you reach the Tribhuvan International Airport on time for your flight. They will be with you until you board your flight and bid you farewell with good wishes.

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        Useful Information

        What is the best time to do Pisang peak climbing?

        The best time to climb Pisang Peak is during the Spring and Autumn seasons, which fall between March to May and September to November, respectively. These months are considered the peak trekking and climbing seasons in Nepal due to favorable weather conditions and clear skies, making it easier to climb and enjoy the stunning views of the Himalayan range.

        During Spring, the weather is mild, with clear skies and plenty of sunshine, making it the perfect time to Annapurna circuit trek and climb Pisang Peak. The temperature during the daytime ranges between 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, making it comfortable for trekking, while at night, the temperature drops to around -5 to -10 degrees Celsius.

        Autumn is another great season for Pisang peak climbing. The weather is stable with clear blue skies, and the days are warm with cool nights. The temperatures during the day range from 15 to 20 degrees Celsius, while at night, it drops to around 5 to 10 degrees Celsius. The weather is perfect for climbing, and the views of the mountains are stunning.

        Pisang peak climbing difficulty

        Pisang peak climbing requires a good level of physical fitness and endurance, as it involves steep ascents and descents, rocky terrain, and high altitude. Altitude sickness is also a common challenge faced by travelers during the venture.

        The route towards Pisang Peak can also be difficult, especially for novice climbers. The trail is not well-defined, and climbers need to cross glaciers, moraines, and rocky terrain to reach the summit. Apart from the physical challenges, weather and temperature can also pose a challenge during the climb. The weather can be unpredictable, with sudden changes in temperature and an occasional snowfall.

        Travel Insurance

        Travel insurance is mandatory for anyone planning to climb Pisang Peak. The insurance policy should cover you for emergencies like accidents, altitude sickness, and helicopter rescue charges if required.

        Altitude sickness is a common issue faced by climbers during the ascent toward the peak. It can cause severe health issues and even be life-threatening if not treated properly. Therefore, get an insurance policy that covers the cost of medical treatment in case of altitude sickness.

        In addition, unpredictable weather and challenging terrain can also pose a risk to climbers. Accidents and injuries can happen, and having travel insurance that covers emergency medical evacuation and hospitalization can be a lifesaver.

        Moreover, Pisang Peak is located in a remote region of Nepal, and helicopter rescue may be required in case of a medical emergency. The cost of such rescue operations can be expensive, and having an insurance policy that covers the cost can provide peace of mind.

        Passport & Travel Visa

        To climb Pisang Peak, you will need a valid passport and a travel visa for Nepal. Firstly, you will need a valid passport that is not expired and has at least six months of validity from the date of your entry into Nepal. Make sure that you have at least two blank pages in your passport for entry stamps and visas.

        Tourist visas for Nepal can be obtained on arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu or any land border crossing. To obtain a visa, you will need to fill out a visa application form and provide a passport-sized photograph.

        You will also need to pay the visa fee in USD or other major currencies. The fee for a 15-day multiple-entry visa is USD 30, a 30-day multiple-entry visa is USD 50, and a 90-day multiple-entry visa is USD 125.

        Last-minute booking for Pisang peak climbing

        To book Pisang peak climbing at the last minute contact us by phone, Viber, or WhatsApp at +977 9801048210 or by email at info@a1excursion.com. Please note that you will be required to make full payment for the trip for last minute booking, and this is non-refundable. While we will do our best to operate the trek as scheduled, please understand that there may be unforeseen circumstances beyond our control that could cause delays or changes to the itinerary.

        Pisang Peak climbing tips

        • Airport Pick-up & Drop-off: We offer a complimentary pick-up and drop-off service from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA). Our team will help you with airport transfers and luggage as per our itinerary. You can also request additional airport services by paying the cost involved.
        • Travel Insurance: The Pisang Peak climbing expedition is challenging and comes with inherent risks associated with high-altitude trekking, including altitude sickness and other unforeseen events. Therefore, travel insurance is mandatory for all climbers participating in climbing. All members must provide a copy of their comprehensive travel insurance policy certificate before embarking on the climb. The policy must cover medical and emergency repatriation, including helicopter rescue and evacuation expenses.
        • Passport & Visa: Foreigners, excluding Indian nationals, must have a valid visa to enter Nepal. On-arrival visas are available at Tribhuvan International Airport and entry and exit points along the Nepal border. To apply for a visa, you need a passport with six months' validity, a passport-size photo, and visa fees (US$50 for 30 days). Visas for children under ten are free, while citizens of China and SAARC countries receive free visas. However, citizens of certain countries, including Nigeria, Ghana, Zimbabwe, and others, may not receive on-arrival visas. If you're a citizen of these countries, please contact your local Nepalese embassy.
        • Luggage: The luggage weight limit for each climber is 10 kg. One porter will carry luggage for two climbers, not exceeding 20 kg. You can store extra luggage in your hotel's locker room free of cost while climbing. Climbers can carry a light day pack to keep essentials with them during the climb.
        • ATM & Money Exchange: In Thamel, you can exchange most foreign currencies through local banks and legitimate money exchanges. The ongoing exchange rates are prominently displayed. There are no ATMs available on the Pisang Peak climbing route, so carry enough cash for the journey.
        • Charging: Most tea houses along the route have either electricity or solar power, making it easier to charge devices and stay connected with loved ones back home. Do note that tea houses typically charge a small fee for device charging, and a fully charged device can cost roughly 2/3 dollar in local currency. To avoid overpaying for charging services, you can carry a power bank or a solar charger during the climb.
        • Internet: When climbing Pisang Peak, access to communication and internet services can be a challenge. However, certain villages and tea houses along the way, such as Pisang, Manang, and Chame, offer internet connectivity to climbers. Keep in mind that internet access may not always be reliable due to weather conditions and other factors.
        • Personal Expenses: We take care of most of the expenses related to the Pisang Peak climb, such as transportation, meals, and accommodations. However, things like a travel insurance policy, international flights, visa processing fees, snacks, hot and cold drinks, tips for the climbing crew members, souvenirs, etc, are not covered in our package cost. So, make sure to have an additional budget for these expenses.
        • Tips: At the end of the climb, it's customary to give tips to the guide and porter as a gesture of appreciation for their hard work and dedication. As our Pisang Peak climbing package does not cover tips for guides and porters, you are free to tip them as you wish.
        • Pisang peak climbing is a popular 6000 meters expedition in the Annapurna region of Nepal, suitable for beginner-level climbers.

        • It takes around 14-19 days to climb Pisang Peak, depending on the itinerary chosen and the trekker's pace. As our Pisang peak climbing itinerary involves the Annapurna circuit, it takes 21 days to complete this venture.

        • Climbing Pisang Peak is not considered difficult as it is classified as a trekking peak and does not require technical climbing skills.

        • The best time to climb Pisang Peak is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is stable and clear.

        • While previous climbing experience is not necessary, it is recommended that trekkers have some experience with high-altitude trekking.

        • The cost of Pisang Peak Climbing varies depending on the itinerary, services provided, and group size but typically ranges from USD 2,500 to USD 4,500.

        • The necessary equipment for Pisang Peak Climbing includes a warm sleeping bag, warm clothing, trekking boots, crampons, harness, ice ax, and helmets.

        • The Annapurna Circuit trek is a popular trekking route in the Annapurna region of Nepal that takes trekkers through a diverse landscape of forests, rivers, and high mountain passes.

        • The Annapurna Circuit trek is a challenging trek that requires a good level of fitness and endurance. The high altitude and long days of walking can be demanding, but it is manageable with proper preparation.

        • No, you cannot use cards during the Annapurna circuit. We recommended you carry enough cash in Nepalese Rupees to use during the trek.

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