About Pisang Peak Climbing
Pisang Peak Climbing in Nepal is a fantastic way to explore the Himalayas of Nepal. Pisang Peak lies in the northern part of Nepal in a beautiful and traditional Manang village. The peak stands tall amidst the tall Annapurna I and Manaslu Himal. The glorious height of the Pisang peak is 6091m. Pisang Peak is called Jong Ri in the Tibetan language.
Pisang Peak Climbing is mostly the preferred adventure climbing journey in the Annapurna range. Likewise, the peak is one of the most famous peaks to climb in Nepal. The climb of Pisang Peak is not much more difficult than other peaks of Nepal like Lobuche Peak climbing or Mera Peak climbing. At the beginning of the journey, a climbing guide will give clear and memorable instructions to the climbers about the tools and techniques to use while climbing. Hence, the pro climber, as well as the beginner, can opt for this adventurous trek in Nepal.
For this journey, accommodation includes staying in tea houses and camps or tents. Camping is set for days 13 and 14 of the trek.
The peak was first summited by a German expedition in 1995 and ever since then, the peak is famous for peak climbing in Nepal.
This journey is not only about summiting great heights and reaching the top of the peak. In this journey, explore the authentic village of Nar and Phu Valley as well as cross Kangla Pass. Also, the view of mountain-like Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, and Gangapurna will grace you throughout the journey. Besides that, explore Tilicho Lake which is the highest lake in Nepal.
Himalayan Ecological Trekking invites you to join this exceptionally adventurous journey of Pisang peak climbing. Be on top of the peak and grace the views of the Himalayas of Nepal.