Pisang Peak (6091m) is one of the well known peaks in the Annapurna Region which is located up to Pisang Village. This peak is the busiest peak which was first climbed by German expedition team in 1955. Pisang peak rises above the Yak pastures with the uniform slope of ice and snow to the summit Pyramid. Pisang peak offers the adventurous experience of climbing and the mountain vistas. From the summit of Pisang Peak you can see the majestic views of Mt. Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Machhapuchhre, Nilgiri, Manaslu, Thorung La peak as well as other surrounding mountains.
We combine this peak climbing with a world famous 'Annapurna Circuit' trekking. Pisang Peak is one of the non-expedition peaks in Nepal and rises opposite of Annapurna II (7937). Pisang Peak lies roughly in between the giants’ Annapurna I and Manaslu both eight thousand's.
Pisang Peak rises above from Pisang village and yak pastures in a uniform slope of ice and snow to the final summit pyramid. This peak is considered as the easy climbing peak in Nepal. To reach the base camp from Pisang village, the path ascends through sparse wood and pasture to a Kharka at (4,380m) which is considered the best place for setting up the base camp. High Camp is set up at 5,400m climbing to a shoulder on the South-West Ridge. There will be snow at the high camp from the end of November to the end of March.
Strenuous trekking is well rewarded at both low and high altitudes, on the approach to the Thorung La (17,769 ft) as well as during the descent from it. Close up views of the Annapurna range (40 miles between the two river valleys contain at twelve 7000 m peaks and many more above the 6000m mark). Varied ecosystems, diverse cultures and an ever-changing landscape - lush, green paddy fields and oak forests, arid deserts and the deepest gorge in the world make this one of the most popular treks in the world.