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Pickup info

- You will be picked up at 7: 30 AM from your hotel.

Booking notes

The itinerary is subject to change without prior notice depending upon external factors that cannot be foreseen.

The journey to Pisang Peak begins with a drive from Pokhara to Beshi Shahar, lying at an altitude of 823m, where you spend the night. However, the actual trek begins the next day 5 days later you will Upper Pisang. From there you will be able to see Mt. Pisang elevating uniformly from meadows above the village to the snowy apex. The next day you will get an even closer look of the mountain as you will be at its Base Camp where you will be camping for the night and plus the whole next day for acclimatisation.

The journey from the Base Camp upwards should be made in a careful and planned manner. Though this is considered to be an easy climb, precautions need to be taken as you go higher. It takes only a day to reach the High Camp from the base, but you will spend yet another day there to acclimatise as well as to prepare for the final climb.

To avoid glaciers and other hazards you will be guided along the established trail. Taking the safest way up from the northern face of the mountain, you will ultimately reach the peak lying at an awe inspiring height of 6091m, which was first conquered by J Wellenkamp of Germany in 1955.

After a short recess, you will descend back to the Base Camp. The next day you will head to Jomsom, a memorable trek via Thorong Phedi, Thorong Pass and Muktinath. The final, shortest and of course the easiest leg is the domestic flight from Jomsom to Pokhara. And you will definitely deserve a good rest along with the comfort of your hotel room.

  • Pickup location: 

    - You will be picked up at 7: 30 AM from your hotel.

  • Drop-off location: 

    - Any convenient location in Pokhara

  • Pickup time: (8.00 AM)
  • Drop-off time: (5.00 PM)


Day 01: Departure from Pokhara and drive to Besi Sahar.

Day 02: Trekking starts from Besi Sahar, to Nagdi.

Day 03: Nagdi - Jagat.

Day 04: Jagat - Tal.

Day 05: Tal - Chame.

Day 06: Chame - Upper Pisang.

Day 07: Upper Pisang - Pisang Base Camp.

Day 08: A whole day high altitude acclimatisation.

Day 09: Pisang Base Camp - High Camp.

Day 10: Rest at the High Camp.

Day 11: Pisang High Camp - the Summit (climbing), then back to the Base Camp.

Day 12: Pisang Base Camp - Manang [Rest]

Day 13: Manang - Thorong Phedi.

Day 14: Thorong Phedi - Thorong Pass - Muktinath.

Day 15: Muktinath - Jomsom.

Day 16: Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara, where the trip ends.

Cancellation Policy

- Owing to the operator's expenses for pre-arrangement of tours, all cancellations require a cancellation fee equivalent to 33% of the total amount.
- Failure to cancel at least a week before the tour departure will result in a 50% cancellation charge.
- Any cancellations made in less than 48 hours to tour departure will be considered as a No-show, whereupon, no refunds will be entertained.

Children policy

Since this trek is graded 'Moderately Strenuous', it is not suitable for children and hence they are not allowed on this tour.

Participant Guidelines

Participants should bring their own sleeping bag, down jacket, gloves, warm hat, thermal clothing, suitable climbing boots, crampons, ice -jack, rope, safety belt, caravan, snow bar, sun glasses, sunscreen and walking poles.

In addition, participants should produce three passport sized photographs required for their climbing permit and/or related documents..

Inclusions -all the needed climbing equipment, domestic flights (including airport tax), ground transport, food, accommodation, entrance permits as well climbing permits, garbage deposit, climbing  guide, needed  porters are included in the rate. 

Exclusions - Drinks, hot showers, battery chargers, personal expenses, tips and donations.

Other Disclosures

Physical fitness is a must for this climbing. All participants are advised for a physical examination prior to departure and on extensions.

It is a condition of booking a trek/tour with us that clients must be protected by insurance that covers cancellation, accidents, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects. Should an emergency evacuation be required, provided policy details are made available, together with your authorisation, we can deal directly with your insurance company.