What to expect during Pisang Peak Climbing?
Pisang Peak Climbing is an easy peak climbing in the Annapurna region, yet various factors make the venture overall difficult. The trail is moderate to challenging. You walk for around 6 to 7 hours a day. You need to be in good health and shape to go on Pisang Peak Climbing 15 Days. During the climbing, you get to witness breath-taking landscape and stunning views of Himalayan mountains like Annapurna Range, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Mt. Gangapurna, Mt. Tukuche, Mt. Nilgiri, etc.
Why go on Pisang Peak Climbing with us?
We are a team of professional climbers and trekkers who have mapped almost every trail of Nepal. We have led countless numbers of groups to their destination successfully. We provide the best service and affordable prices. Moreover, we are also a big believer and follower of eco-friendly treks and tours. With us, you will not only venture through the region, but also get to know in-depth about the region, and help to promote the economy of that place, as we work closely with the locals.
Pisang Peak Climbing map
You can check our Pisang Peak Climbing map to get a more precise perspective of the trail and the route that you will be following during the journey. We designed our map precisely to help you understand the trail and the stops during the climbing.
Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) Symptoms & Prevention
Pisang Peak Climbing is a high altitude journey that involves the risk of altitude sickness, which is also known as Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). This happens when your body did not get acclimatize properly with the elevation. It is very important to protect yourself from AMS to complete the trek. As in worse can it can ruin the entire journey. Therefore, we take a very careful ascent profile with ample rest days and take all necessary measures to aim to prevent AMS - see more information below.
Read below to know more in detail about altitude sickness symptoms & preventive measures:-
Symptoms of altitude sickness
- Difficulty in sleeping
- Dizziness or light-headedness
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea or vomiting
- Shortness of breath with exertion
- Include an adequate number of rest days in the itinerary
- Keep yourself hydrated
- Do not drink alcoholic beverages
- Do not gain more than 500 meters in a day
- Try to spend the night in lower altitude
- Acclimatize properly at a lower altitude
- Inform your guide immediately if any of the symptoms you see
- Do not push yourself
Pisang Peak Climbing cost
There are so many things that affect the cost of the package overall. Itinerary, permits, services you are willing to get on the trail, expenses of guide and porters, etc are few things that drastically either increases or decreases the cost. With us, you will get the best price in the market along with high-quality service.
Best time to go to Pisang Peak Climbing
The best time to go to Pisang Peak Climbing is in spring and autumn. Months from March to May and October to November fall under these seasons. This time is also the peak of the trekking season in Nepal. As per data, the weather usually stays stable during this time of the year along with the moderate climate. Likewise, the entire region becomes colorful with several species of flowers.
Monsoon (June to September) to Winter (December to February) is not the ideal time to go on Pisang Peak Climbing 15 Days due to unstable weather and chilly climate. The rainfall makes the slippery and prone to landslide, whereas the winter brings the harsh cold with itself.
Accommodation during Pisang Peak Climbing
As per the availability, you will either stay overnight in a teahouse. You will have basic rooms enough to spend a night or two. Usually, rooms come under twin-sharing, therefore if you are looking to get a single room then let us know priorly. Likewise, the washroom at most of the place is common. During the climbing, you stay overnight in camps as well.
Food & Water on Pisang Peak Climbing
During Pisang Peak Climbing, you will get meals as per the menu of the teahouse. The menu has a good variety of food from Nepali, Continental, Tibetan, and Indian cuisines. Dal Bhat and curries are the most staples, filling, and affordable ones. However, you have the option to choose from dishes like sandwiches, pasta, momo, thukpa, bread, eggs, meat, etc. In camps, the meals will be cooked by the porters. They are trained in cooking delicious meals.
Water is available in all the tea shops and lodge. You can carry a reusable water bottle with yourself and fill up every time you need it. We highly request you to not buy water bottles on the trail, as it will reduce the waste and keep the environment safe.
We are always open to tailor-made itinerary options. We do have fixed departure dates, but you can as well create your itinerary as per your requirements. This helps us to provide the best service to our guests as well as meet their requirements. Therefore, feel free to share your queries with us, so that we can arrange the best possible venture for you.
We try our best to run sustainable & eco-friendly treks and tours everywhere. As we spend lots of our time in nature, it is very important for us to conserve and protect it. From recommending not to use plastic water bottles on the trail to cleaning the base camps while returning from the journey, these small steps that we are taking do make a difference. Moreover, we try best to reduce wastage on the trail by carrying more eco-friendly things with us.