Pisang Peak Climbing

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Trip Overview Pisang Peak Climbing

Pisang Peak situated in the Annapurna Himalaya range western part of Nepal. After summit Pisang peak offers excellent scope for exploration. The climbing route is considerable challenge, the western flank of the mountain is guarded by a hanging glacier and the eastern end of the ridge is guarded by huge rock slabs, which make it difficult to climb. The first expedition of Pisang peak was completed by a German in 1955.


SUGGESTED ITINERARY

DAY|01| Arrival to KTM transfer to hotel
DAY|02| Sightseeing (KTM,Durbar, Swayambhu,Bouddha, Pashupati
DAY|03| Transport by bus to Besisahar, then change bus to Bhulbule
DAY|04| Jeep to Chame
DAY|05| Trek to Pisang
DAY|06| Trek to Pisang base camp
DAY|07| Acclimatization at base camp.
DAY|08| High camp
DAY|09| Summit up to Pisang peak then back to base camp.
DAY|10| Trek to Pisang
DAY|11| Trek to Manang
DAY|12| Trek to Yak Kharka
DAY|13| Trek to Thorong Phedi
DAY|14| Trek to Thorong Pass, trek to Muktinath
DAY|15| Drive to Dana
DAY|16| Drive to Tatopani
DAY|17| Bus to Pokhara
DAY|18| Day in Pokhara
DAY|19| Bus to Kathmandu, last shopping,
DAY|20| Departure from Kathmandu


Further More Information

We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)


SUGGESTED ITINERARY

DAY |01| Arrival to KTM transfer to hotel
DAY |02| Sightseeing (KTM,Durbar, Swayambhu,Bouddha, Pashupati
DAY |03| Transport by bus to Besisahar, then change bus to Bhulbule
DAY |04| Jeep to Chame
DAY |05| Trek to Pisang
DAY|06| Trek to Pisang base camp
DAY|07| Acclimatization at base camp.
DAY|08| High camp
DAY|09| Summit up to Pisang peak then back to base camp.
DAY|10| Trek to Pisang
DAY|11| Trek to Manang
DAY|12| Trek to Yak Kharka
DAY|13| Trek to Thorong Phedi
DAY|14| Trek to Thorong Pass, trek to Muktinath
DAY|15| Drive to Dana
DAY|16| Drive to Tatopani
DAY|17| Bus to Pokhara
DAY|18| Day in Pokhara
DAY|19| Bus to Kathmandu, last shopping,
DAY|20| Departure from Kathmandu

Further More Information

We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)

 
 

Climbing Useful Information


Safe Trekking Arrangements
our principle is first safety than success so kindly request to all our trekkers, when you start the trip, do not walk alone, always follow the group, do not make ostentatious display of valuable possessions and do not leave lodge door unlocked. Always follows the rules of Acute Mountain Sickness.

Food & Accommodation
During the trek, all accommodations will be on twin sharing basis. However, teahouse / lodges of some places only have shared washing and toilet facilities and food will be provided at lodge chose from menu, all types of international cuisine including typical Nepali food. As the trail goes up the water, prices increase. It is possible to use water purification tablets as option.

Acclimatization & Altitude Sickness
To enable all expedition members to acclimatize well and so maximize their chance of success, our expedition programmers are prepared with enough time for acclimatization. The atmospheric pressure at base camp is half that at sea level. Sometimes travelers face health hazards mainly due to the high altitude. Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS) is a frequent problem in the Himalayan region. It can affect a climber is various ways that have little to do with age, sex or physical fitness. The best treatment is prevention. Do not exert yourself or walk too fast. Drink plenty of liquid, eat well and watch for warning signs. If you have a history of respiratory and heart problem please consult your doctor before embarking on any one of our trips.

Experience Required
All team members need to be in excellent physical condition if they are to have a realistic chance of staying strong right up to the summit. Peak climbing is a tough test of endurance; both physical and psychological, so you need to make sure that you are prepared for the effort required to sustain the duration of the expedition.

Travel Insurance
We strongly suggest to be insured for any of our trips that be protected against comprehensive expenses potential to incur due to medical issue or accidents include helicopter rescue and treatment cost. Please be noted that we do not arrange or sell insurance.

When to visit
The best period for the expedition is during spring (Late March to early May) and autumn (Late September to early November). During these periods, the sky is clear, the passes are free of snow and the views are excellent. Furthermore, there is not much snow and the days are clearer and less windy making it appropriate for climbing.

Risk and Liability
Destination Management Inc means safety, reliability and the professional personnel to ensure your convenience at all times. However sometimes unforeseen circumstances like landslides, floods, bad weather, bad road condition, vehicle breakdown, delay in flights due to bad weather, local political situation could contribute to the change in the program. No claim of refund will be entertained including early return from the trip, or change in itinerary due to unavoidable situations as stated above. All extra expenses that occur in such cases should be borne directly by the clients themselves.

Medical Kit
Though we provide a comprehensive medical kit it is better if you carry a simple but adequate medical kit without taking much space in your baggage. The following is recommended as tried and tested list of items.
• Asprin or Panadol
• Antihistamine
• Antibiotics
• Kaolin preparation
• Rehydration mixture
• Antibiotic powder or dry spray
• Bandages and Band-Aids
• Thermometer
• Sun block, sun tan lotion, lip balm
• Throat Lozenges
• Moleskin
• Sulamyd 10% eye drops.
• Acetaminophen (paracetamol)
• Antacid tablets

Gears and Equipments
• Plastic Boots, Gaiter, Fixed Rope.
• Crampons, Ice Axe, Harness.
• Karabiner, Main Rope
• Jumar - 1 pc, Snow Bar
• Helmet, Ice screw
• Propane and butane gas with burner
• Aerosol, Oxygen with mask and regulator
• Equipment checklist, Down jacket
• Strong, comfortable walking shoes for the trek
• Thermal undergarments like long johns, underwear, vest
• Sunglasses, Warm clothes
• Trekking boots (only for treks)
• Climbing boots including Koflasch
• Heavy socks, Balaclava/ warm cap/ hat
• Scarf/ mask, Walking sticks/ ski poles (only for treks)
• Windbreakers/ jacket
• Flashlight, Rain gear/ umbrella
• Sunscreen/ lip balm, Down sleeping bag
• Water bottle, Moisturizing lotion
• Toilet paper, A knife with a can opener
• High altitude VE 25 tents
• Oxygen with regulator and mask
• High altitude fuel like propane/ butane gas, burners, aerosol
• High altitude food, Equipment


Further More Information
We tried make more informative to our website contains as much information as possible. However, if you have question or wish to be clear any aspect of this trip please contact us by e-mail or feel free directly talk to with us at : Telephone: +977-1-4216521, cell: 9851085386 (Gupta Bhandari)
 
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