- Price Starts From: USD 2882
- Duration: 20 Days
- Grade: Challenging
- Max Elevation: 6,091m
- Mode of Accommodation: Teahouse/camping
- Best Season: Sep- Nov & Mar–May
- Group Size: Min. 2 Pax
- Starting Pont: Kathmandu
- Ending Point: Kathmandu
- Average Walking Hour: 6-7 hours
- Trip Grade: Challenging
- Single supplementary Service: contact us
- Trek to Dharapani
- Trek to Pisang base camp
- Summit up to Pisang peak and back to base camp
- Trek to Chyamje
- How do I book this trip?
- What are the Payment Procedures?
- What are the Cancellation and Refund policy?
- What is Tea House Trek?
- What is Camping Trek?
- Do I require the previous experience to go for this trek?
- Is there any arrangement made for emergency?
- Are you Government registered trekking agency?
- What do I need to prepare for the trek?
- Do you have internet and Telephone facilities during the trip?
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Nepal »Peak Climbing »Pisang Peak Climbing - 20 Days
Pisang Peak Climbing - 20 Days
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- Detail Itinerary |
- General information |
- Cost Include & Excludes |
- Equipment List
Pisang Peak offers good scope for exploration. The western flank of the mountain is guarded by a hanging glacier and offers considerable challenge. The western end of the ridge is guarded by huge rock slabs, which make it difficult to climb. A German Expedition made the first ascent of Pisang Peak in 1955.
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu; transfer to the Hotel
Day 02: Sight seeing around Kathmandu valley
Day 03: Drive to Bensisahar
Day 04: Trek to Bahundanda
Day 05: Trek to Chyamje
Day 06: Trek to Dharapani
Day 07: Trek to Chame
Day 08: Trek to Pisang
Day 09: Trek to Pisang base camp
Day 10: Acclimatization at Base camp
Day 11: High camp
Day 12: Summit up to Pisang peak and back to base camp
Day 13: Trek to Pisang
Day 14: Trek to Danaque
Day 15: Trek to Chyamje
Day 16: Trek to Ngadi
Day 17: Trek to Bensisahar
Day 18: Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 19: Rest day in Kathmandu
Day 20: Departure on your own destination
- Airport pick-up and drop service
- All transportation costs according to itinerary.
- Farewell dinner with Live Nepalese Cultural Program
- Equipments: All kinds of tents and mattresses during peak climbing period.
- All trekking accommodation costs according to itinerary
- Experienced trekking/climbing guide and porters
- Climbing rope, ice screws, snow bars.
- Personal insurance for crew members.
- Cost for hotel accommodation in Kathmandu on BB basis
- Entry fees and other expenses for sightseeing in Kathmandu.
- Trekking Sleeping bag.
- Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal
- Lunch & dinner expenses arising before or after the peak climbing period
- Emergency Rescue evacuation.
- Tipping (Tips).
- Bar bills & beverage.
- International Airfare
- Other personal expenses
- Any other expenses not mentioned in the 'Cost Includes' section above.
- Applicable special peak climbing permit fees and royalty
- Garbage Deposit fees (Refundable)
Clothing and equipments Accessories for Pisang Peak Climbing
The equipments and clothing list below is for a relatively longer trek involving a cold high altitude destination. If you are doing a short trek to a relatively lower altitude you may not need all these. The list below is for a guideline alone, you may have your own check list as well.Duffle Bag and a good sleeping bag will by provided by Marron Treks P.Ltd, which you should return after completion of your trip. Please note that most of the trekking items are easily available for buying or renting in Nepal and you are suggested not to bring unnecessary items with you.
Cap for sun protection during trek
sunscreen lotion/sun balm
T-shirts and long sleeved shirts
Fleece or thermal shirts for colder areas
wind /water proof outer garment
Casual troussers for walking
Water proof trouser
Thermal legging for colder areas
Trekking Shoes For foot
woolen and cotton socks
Trainer or casual shoes
Waterproof hiking boot
Gaiter for rain and snow
Day sack to carry personal goods
Personal medicines and first aid kit
water bottle and iodine tablets
Torch (better head torch)
Camera and extra batteries
toiletries and towel
compass, binoculars, altimeters,
Playing cards , books, guide book
Clothing and equipments Accessories for Tea House and Camping Treks
The equipments and clothing list below is for a relatively longer trek involving a cold high altitude destination in Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan. If you are doing a short trek to a relatively lower altitude you may not need all these. The list below is for a guideline alone, you may have your own check list as well. Duffle Bag and a good sleeping bag will by provided by Marron Treks P.Ltd, which you should return after completion of your trip. Please note that most of the trekking items are easily available for buying or renting in Nepal and you are suggested not to bring unnecessary items with you.
- Cap for sun protection during trek
- sunscreen lotion/sun balm
- T-shirts and long sleeved shirts
- fleece or thermal shirts for colder areas
- fleece jumper/sweaters
- Down jacket
- wind /water proof outer garment
For leg and hand
- Casual troussers for walking
- Water proof trouser
- Thermal legging for colder areas
- Hand gloves
Trekking Shoes For foot
- woolen and cotton socks
- Trainer or casual shoes
- Waterproof hiking boot
- Gaiter for rain and snow
- Day sack to carry personal goods
- Personal medicines and first aid kit
- water bottle and iodine tablets
- Torch (better head torch)
- Camera and extra batteries
- toiletries and towel
- Large handkerchief
- compass, binoculars, altimeters,
- Playing cards , books, guide book
For Peak climbing we suggest the following gears except above mentioned accessories.
Suggested Climbing Gear
- Climbing boots, Crampons.
- Ice axe, Harness.
- Rock pegs, Helmet (crash hat).
- Warm climbing trousers, Long cotton hiking shirts.
- Waterproof climbing jacket, Gaiters.
- Sun hat, Light cotton athletic socks and wool.
- Climbing socks, long sleeved cotton/woolen shirts.
- T-shirts, Wool long underwear.
- Down high altitude, Sleeping bag.
- Down jacket/ trousers/vest, climbing sunglasses.
- Sunscreen, Lip salve.
- Lightweight fleece, Fleece/wool for climbing.
- Head torch /batteries/bulbs, Lightweight thermal/ insulated ski gloves.
Please do write us at firstname.lastname@example.org for furthermore information except those mentioned in above.