Pisang Peak (6091 m), most often climbed by the trekkers from the entire world falls in Annapurna Himalaya range of Nepal. Pisang Peak mounts on top of from Pisang village and yak grazing land in a constant slope of snow to its pinnacle. It is regarded as one of the trouble-free climbing peaks amongst the trekking mountains in Nepal. The path makes way up through sparse wood and meadow to arrive at the base camp of the peak from Pisang village to Kharka (4,380m) which is the finest spot for installing our camp. Furthermore, the High Camp is set up at the height of 5,400m climbing above the South-West Ridge.
Pisang Peak climb begins from Besisahar, from the gorge of the Marsyangdi River. The path will let you move through witnessing very distinct wild lives and plants and see gratifying peak of Mt. Manaslu as well as Lamjung Himal. The most appreciably the way meets at Dharapani while going by Larkya La. The pathway from here will necessitate long walk to the Pisang Peak. And then, moving further you will come to a place from where you can grab hold of the sight of entire panorama of the beautiful Annapurna Himalayan Range which is the most significant part of the trek. The trail after that rises up leaving the Manang valley to arrive at the apex of the Thorung Pass falling at 5416 m. After this you will get an opportunity to visit the famous temple of Muktinath.
Nepal Planets Treks and Expedition designs the Pisang Peak trekking as per your desire and schedule. Pisang peak route is counted among the easier paths of the Himalayan region, however, high level of bodily fitness is still required. Pisang peak has been constantly picked by trekkers and adventure seekers.