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Pisang Peak Climbing - 19 Days

Pisang Peak Climbing

Overview

Trip Standard

Hotel, Teahouse & Tent

Trip Grade

Strenuous

Total Duration

19 days

Best Season

Spring and Autumn

Highest Spot

6091 meters

Pisang Peak Climbing Highlights

  • Witness the awe-inspiring and panoramic views of the majestic Himalayan peaks from the summit
  • Conquer the challenging Thorong La Pass at an elevation of 5,416 meters (17,769 feet), crossing one of the highest mountain passes in the world
  • Explore the stunning Annapurna region as you journey along the renowned Annapurna Circuit
  • Immerse yourself in the rich local culture through friendly interactions with the Gurung and Tibetan-descendant communities
  • Explore the charm of ancient monasteries and villages along the trek
  • Awe-inspiring sunrise and sunset views, creating unforgettable moments against the backdrop of the Himalayan peaks
  • Traverse through enchanting landscapes adorned with bamboo and rhododendron forests, creating a mesmerizing backdrop for your trekking adventure.
  • Challenge yourself as you cross the pristine Marsyangdi River, adding an element of thrill to your trekking experience
  • Trek and climb confidently with the guidance of experienced Sherpa guides
  • Visit the Sacred Hindu temple of Muktinath.
  • Conclude your adventure with a leisurely sightseeing tour in Pokhara city.

Pisang Peak Climbing Overviews 

Pisang Peak, which is also known as Jong Ri, is a popular climbing peak in the Himalayas of Nepal. Standing tall at 6,091 meters (19,984 feet), it boasts a stunning dome shape and is situated above the picturesque Manang Valley and Pisang village.

While climbing Pisang Peak, it offers breathtaking views of Mt. Annapurna's II, III, and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Tilicho, and the Manaslu Mountain range. Surrounded by the majestic Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu, the scenery enhances the beauty of the Journey.

The Journey begins with a stunning drive from Kathmandu to Chamje. Following the Marsyangdi River to its source at Manang glacial lake, we pass through a desert-like arctic zone west of Manang. After taking a full rest in Upper Pisang for acclimatization, we will proceed to High Camp. At the high camp, our special team will set up the tents, and we will prepare for the summit.

Checking health is very important before we head toward the summit. Also, you need to check carefully that all the climbing equipment, such as crampons, harnesses, ropes, and ice axes, is in order. The climb itself involves navigating a uniform slope to the final snow-covered and icy summit pyramid. Always stay near the Guide and follow the order and safety instructions given by your Guide. It is important to overcome the technical sections and successfully reach the summit.

Also, during this trek, you will get the chance to explore the Manang region, and while crossing from Thorang-la Pass to Muktinath, you can see a glimpse of the Upper Mustang. You will also visit the religious site of Muktinath, meaning God of Salvation. You can take a bath in the famous 108 water sprouts, which are special for tourists and religious people. 

The trek includes an exploration of the Manang region, with a visit to the religious site of Muktinath, meaning God of Salvation, in the local language. Muktinath is known for its 108 water sprouts and abundant fossils, making it a special place for both tourists and religious people.

Exploring more of the lovely city of Pokhara is another highlight of this Peak Climbing. You can check out various historical and religious sites. Also, don't miss trying the tasty local street food – it's affordable and yummy.
 

Itinerary Detail Expand All Close All

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu -1400 M.


Once you land in the beautiful city of Nepal, our staff will be there to pick you up the TIA. Then you will be taken to the hotel. After refreshing and resting, you can visit the office later to learn more about the Pisang  Peak Climbing.
 

Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 2 : Sightseeing at Kathmandu + Climbing Preparation-1400 M .

Today, our staff from the trekking agency will be there at your hotel to pick you up for Sightseeing. Inside Kathmandu, there are many popular heritage sites, but it is not possible to visit within a day. So as per your choice, we will see some of the places. 

Heritage sites that you can pick for today's visit are:
•Boudhanath
•Pashupatinath
•Swayambhunath
•Basantapur

Note: Today is also the day to prepare for the exciting Pisang Peak Climbing adventure. Take some time to gather all your essential documents – your passport, travel insurance, and a few passport-sized photos. It's all part of ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience.
 

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 3 : Drive from Kathmandu to Chamje-1560 M .

After having breakfast early in the morning, you will head toward the Chamje village. Today's drive will be long and tiring, which will take about 7-8 hours. Leaving the bustling city of Kathmandu, you will drive along the Prithvi Highway. Riding along the sides of the Trishuli River, passing through many beautiful villages with beautiful landscapes, is amazing. After a long drive you must feel tired so get a rest in the hotel.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
1560
Day 4 : Trek from Chamje to Dharapani -1810 M .

After spending a beautiful night at Chamje, your day begins with a trekking journey towards Dharapani. The trekking trail primarily crosses several thrilling suspension bridges, the first of which is over the Marshyangdi River. Continue on the trekking journey, traversing the rhododendron forests, terraced fields, prayer wheels, and steep rocky paths of the Manang region. After several ascents and descents, the destination, Dharapani, closes up. Dharapani is a charming traditional village of Gurung communities.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
1810
Day 5 : Trek from Dharapani to Chame -2725 M .

After leaving Dharapani, we'll climb through forested hills to the west. By late afternoon, we'll reach Chame, the central hub of the Manang district. Along the way, you'll get to see amazing views of Annapurna II, Annapurna IV, and Lamjung Himal. Once in Chame, you can unwind and relax your tired body in a small hot spring. We'll be staying overnight in Chame.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
2725
Day 6 : Trek from Chame to Upper Pisang -3300 M .


We hike on a steep and narrow path through a green forest, leading us to a fantastic rocky area. The journey is filled with stunning mountain views. We cross a hanging bridge over the Marsyangdi River, pass through beautiful spots, and finally arrive at upper Pisang for the night.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
3300
Day 7 : Acclimatization Day at Upper Pisang-3300 M .


On this day, we will acclimatize before further trekking to the higher elevations. On the acclimatization day in Upper Pisang, you can rest and relax to restore the lost energy during the several hours of each day trek. A well-rested body can start fresh on the next-day journey with upgraded strength and stamina. To build up your endurance capacity, you can engage in light physical and cardiovascular exercises.

Spend your leisure day acclimatizing to the environment, which helps the body to adjust to the elevation and high-altitude surroundings. It helps to reduce the potential altitude sickness attacks. Next, you can review your gear and climbing equipment, and if time permits, you can visit and explore the Upper Pisang village. Know and understand the culture and tradition of the region and marvel at the fantastic mountain views seen from there.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
3300
Day 8 : Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp-4390 M .


The trek begins from Upper Pisang Village after an acclimatization day, passing the traditional villages. You can witness the prayer flags, monasteries, ancient architecture, unique culture, etc. while passing through the settlements. The trail heads towards Pisang Peak Base Camp, where you have to ascend through the alpine terrains and rocky paths. We will finally reach the base camp from Pisang and stay there for the night. The Pisang Peak Base Camp offers awe-inspiring views of the stunning Himalayan peaks.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
4390
Day 9 : Towards Pisang Peak High Camp -5400 M .

The Pisang Peak Climbing adventure is a significant step forward as you hike from Pisang Base Camp to High Camp. This part of the journey is critical as it positions you closer to the summit. 

Your journey begins early in the morning with a hearty breakfast at Pisang Base Camp. The hike to High Camp is challenging and involves a steep climb. This part of the trek usually takes about 4-5 hours, depending on weather conditions and the pace of your group.
As you ascend to High Camp, located at an altitude of 5,350 meters, the effects of high altitude become more pronounced. It’s essential to monitor your body’s response and communicate any discomfort to your guide.

During the climb, you can see the breathtaking views of the Annapurna range, Chulu East, Chulu West, and other surrounding peaks. The landscape becomes more rugged and alpine as you ascend. Make sure to walk slowly and steadily, giving your body time to get used to the higher altitude. Taking regular breaks for hydration and rest is essential.

Once you arrive at High Camp, your team will set up the camp. High Camp typically consists of tents and basic facilities, as it serves as a temporary setup for the summit attempt.
Try to sleep early because you will be heading tomorrow before dawn. Prepare your gear, ensure your climbing equipment is in order, and discuss plans with your guide. Don't forget to keep your body hydrated all the time and eat proper nutritious food. Rest well, focus on positive thoughts, and visualize a successful climb.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
5400
Day 10 : Summit Pisang Peak and Back to Base Camp-6091 M .

Today is marked as an important day for every climber and is also challenging. You will ascend from the high camp to the summit and then get back to the base camp. 
Today, we will begin to climb early in the morning, around 2-3 am, to take advantage of the stable weather conditions and return to Base camp before the afternoon. 

The summit involves navigating steep snow and ice slopes where you will be using your technical climbing gear. The ascent is physically demanding and also requires mental resilience. The main challenges that you will face during this period are high winds, cold temperatures, and altitude effects. Maintain safety all the time and stay always close to the guide. Be vigilant about your physical and mental conditions.

Finally, after you reach the summit, you can see the extensive
views of the Annapurna range, Manaslu, and other mountain peaks. This is the moment of triumph.

Then, you will descend to Base camp after spending some time at the summit. Descending is faster but requires caution to avoid fatigue-related mistakes. After reaching the camp, you can celebrate the success with your team.

Also, remember to monitor your health all the time, especially the symptoms of altitude sickness. Then, you will start preparing for the next phase of your journey, which involves further descent to lower altitudes.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
6091
Day 11 : Trek from Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang - 3519 M .

Leaving Pisang Peak Base Camp, we're on our way to the Manang Valley today. Most of the walk takes us alongside the Marsyangdi River, offering beautiful views along the way. When we reach Manang, we'll have a chance to explore the valley with its unique culture and stone houses. We'll be staying overnight in Manang.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
3519
Day 12 : Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka -4018 M .

After exploring the different landscapes and experiencing the local culture in Manang Valley, the journey continues towards Yak Kharka. As you leave behind the charming valley with its Tibetan-style buildings and monasteries, you start climbing steep hills. Take in the beautiful views of Annapurna and Gangapurna while going at a steady pace uphill.

While trekking, you'll encounter diverse terrains – from alpine areas to forests and Himalayan vegetation. Finally, you'll arrive at Yak Kharka, which is essentially a high-altitude grazing area for yaks. It's surrounded by alpine meadows and has small settlements where you can learn about the local culture and the way people live.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
4018
Day 13 : Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi-4441 M .


Today, we leave small villages to reach Thorung Phedi, the base of the tough Thorung La Pass. We start our trek from Yak Kharka, surrounded by mountains, and follow rocky paths with rough terrains towards Thorang Phedi. The scenery changes to high alpine areas, and the trails get steeper as we get closer to Thorung Phedi. Along the way, we get amazing views of snow-capped Himalayas, making the trek even more spectacular.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
4441
Day 14 : Cross Thorong La towards Muktinath-3800 M .

Today, you wake up early because you're heading to Muktinath through Thorong La Pass – a challenging journey. The pass offers breathtaking views of Mt Annapurna, Thorang Peak, Dhaulagiri, and Nilgiri Himal. The prayer flags and cozy tea houses make the place even more beautiful. Your goal is to cross the pass before midday.

You trek through rocky trails and dense forests, reaching the pass. Be careful of the strong winds there. After enjoying the stunning landscapes and mountains, you continue your trek.
Descending, you finally reach Muktinath, a holy temple for both Buddhists and Hindus. It attracts thousands of visitors every year.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
3800
Day 15 : Trek from Muktinath to Jomsom -2743 M .

Today, your journey begins by walking downhill to a popular  Village. Walking further, we'll pass through Ekle Bhatti to reach Kagbeni. There are plenty of monasteries in Kagbeni, from the old one to the new one. Also, from the edge of the Kagbeni village, you can get a glimpse of Upper Mustang. During the walk, you can feel the strong wind and dust. Then, after walking further through the green forest, you will finally reach Jomsom.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
2743
Day 16 : Morning Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara and Sightseeing at Pokhara -820 M .

It is about a half-hour flight to Pokhara from Jomsom. There are plenty of attractive palaces in Pokhara that you must visit while staying there. Among them are Phewa Lake, Bat Cave, Mahendra Cave, Peace Temple, Gupteswar Gupha, Pumdikot Shiva Statue, and many more. 

Pokhara is a famous tourist hub, so the streets are pretty crowded in the evening. You can taste the local food at a cheap price from the food stall. Also, walking around the lakeside will help to relax your mind and body.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
820
Day 17 : Drive from Pokhara and Back to Kathmandu -1400 M .

Early in the morning, after having breakfast, you take a ride from Pokhara to Kathmandu. It will take approximately 6-7 hours to reach Kathmandu, depending upon the traffic condition.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 18 : Leisure Day at Kathmandu- 1400 M .

After the long drive from yesterday's journey, you might be tired. So you can take a rest or if you still have the energy you can roam around the city. You can either visit the heritage site that you missed before or enjoy your day in the Thamel for relaxation. 

There are plenty of restaurants, cafe bars, and spa centers, and you can even buy souvenirs from shops. In the evening, we will arrange a dinner program to celebrate the summit of Pisang Peak climbing for you as a farewell treat from our company.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 19 : Departure

Our staff will take you to the TIA for the departure. You will head to your home with all the memories that you made during the entire trip.

Food
Breakfast

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This represents our standard and highly recommended itinerary. Should this itinerary or date not align with your preferences, we are more than willing to tailor your vacation to meet your specific requirements. The following are our established departure dates. These dates and prices are applicable for joining a group. Allow our travel experts to assist you in personalizing this journey according to your individual interests.

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What Is Included ?

  • Four nights of deluxe hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • One-night hotel stay in Pokhara
  • Climbing peak permit included
  • A special climbing guide (Sherpa) provided for every two members
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage for all staff
  • Annapurna Conservation entrance permit arranged
  • Airport transfers included
  • All meals provided during trek and camping
  • Seasonal fresh fruits are available
  • Sleeping bags and down jackets are provided if needed
  • Lodge accommodation during trek, basic camping setup during climbing
  • One porter was assigned for every two members' baggage
  • Accident insurance provided for staff
  • Standard medical kits with oximeter and pulse meter checker 

What Is Excluded?

  • Personal clothing and climbing gear 
  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation costs, oxygen, and medical supplies are not included
  • Alcoholic beverages, laundry services, and tips.
  • Additional accommodation and sightseeing tours in Kathmandu available upon request .

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FAQs

Where is Pisang Peak Nepal located?


Pisang Peak is in central north Nepal, near the well-known Annapurna range. It's a bit north of Manang, nestled between Annapurna I and Manaslu. Interestingly, over half of the route to Pisang Peak is the same as the one taken for the Annapurna Circuit trek.
 

When is the best time for the Pisang Peak Climbing?

Pisa Peak Climbing is possible throughout the year, but comparing the difficulties and scenery, the best time will be during the Spring and Autumn seasons.
 

Do we need training to climb Pisang Peak?


You don't need to be a mountain expert for this Pisang Peak Climbing; however, if you have basic mountaineering skills, then it will be helpful. You can get basic training inside Nepal or even learn skills during the climbing period. So don’t worry about the training; just grab a backpack and begin your journey with us.
 

What to do if the weather is bad?

No climbers want these things to happen during the summit; however, sometimes the weather can go bad. In that case, we will stay in the tea house until the weather is clear and safe to climb. Your safety is our main priority, and we are committed to making sure every part of your journey is enjoyable and memorable.
 

Do I need travel Insurance?

When you're traveling to the high mountains of Nepal, it's a must to have travel insurance. This helps ensure your safety and provides support in case of any unexpected situations during your journey.
 

Is the meal included in the climbing package?

Yes, almost all the trekking agencies provide three meals(breakfast, lunch, and dinner) while you head toward climbing Pisa peak climbing. But while staying in Kathmandu, you need to pay for meals on your own.
 

Can I leave my bags at the hotel before starting the trek?

Yes, you can store the luggage in the hotel/ guest house before trekking.
 

How can I book?


Booking is a straightforward procedure. You can visit our website and book from there. We suggest you book 6-7 weeks from the date that you like to travel.
 

Can I get the internet and shower facility in the tea house?

Tea houses provide an internet facility, but you need to pay extra for that. It's better to take the local sim from the TIA airport and use data for the internet. There is an accessible water facility for the shower, but you need to pay extra to take a hot shower.
 

Does the Guide and the porter have insurance?

You don't have to worry about the Guide and porter insurance while traveling with us. Doing Guide and porter insurance is our responsibility.

Additional Information


It is necessary to get the permit before you begin the Pisang Peak Climbing. You need to get three permits: Pisang Peak Climbing Permit, Annapurna Conservation Area Permit, and TIMS Card. 

The cost of the Pisang Peak Climbing Permit depends upon the seasons.

  • Spring season (March, April, and May)– USD 250 per person 
  • Autumn season (September, October, and November) – USD 125 per person
  • Winter season (December, January, and February) – USD 70 per person
  • Summer season (June, July, and August) – USD 70 per person

Pisang Peak is a great place to visit throughout the year. But the best times are spring and autumn. These are the peak seasons when the surroundings come alive with beautiful nature. You don't have to worry about rain or snow, which makes climbing comfortable and enjoyable. Also, the clear skies offer stunning views of the peaks and landscapes.

Spring and autumn bring sunny and warm days, with mild nights, creating ideal trekking conditions. During these seasons, the weather is perfect for enjoying the mountains.
Climbing in winter and monsoon are also possible. But they come with some challenges. 
There is a high chance of heavy snowfall and rain during these seasons, which makes the trek more thrilling and challenging due to cold weather and slippery paths. However, if you prefer a quieter experience with fewer people on the trails, winter and monsoon are perfect for peace lovers.
 

You should be equipped with your gear and equipment, like insulated boots, Jumar, abseil device, climbing helmet, crampons, ice axe, and alpine harness. Many of the equipment can be purchased or hired at Kathmandu.

Upper Body:

  • Warm beanie hat
  • Tubular Headwear (buff)
  • Sun Hat or Cap (cap and buff all fit under your hood)
  • Polarized Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Headlamp (Black Diamond / Petzl) with spare batteries
  • Sunscreen with a factor of 50+

Upper Body (Core body):

  • •3 Light and trekking-weight thermal tops
  • 3 T-shirts or cool-max trekking shirts
  • 1 Fleece Jacket 
  • 1 Waterproof shell jacket with hood 
  • 1 Down Jacket

Lower Body:

  • 2 Thermal base layers 
  • 2 Pairs of trekking pants
  • 1 Heavyweight hiking trousers (windproof soft shell for warmth at higher altitudes)
  • 1 Waterproof/ Rain pants
  • 2 Light Hiking shorts
  • 2 Fleece Pants
  • 4 Underwear 

Hands:

  • 1 Lightweight gloves or liner gloves
  • 1 Pair of shell gloves (Gore-Tex)
  • 1 Waterproof outer glove

Feet:

  • 3 Warm Trekking socks (smart wool)
  • 3 Pairs of liner socks
  • 2 Pairs of thick/ warm socks
  • 2 Thick wool socks 
  • Trekking Boots
  • Lightweight Rubber Shoes 

Accessories:

  • Daypack 
  • Reusable water bottle 
  • Large duffle bag 
  • Trekking Pole
  • Camera with extra battery
  • Sleeping bag 
  • Sleeping Bag liner
  • Ear Plugs
  • Portable Solar Charger
  • Trekking Watch

Medicine:

  • Personal Medication
  • Diarrhoea Stopper (e.g. Imodium)
  • Paracetamol Tablets
  • Diamox 
  • Water Purification tablets 
  • Blister kit / Zinc Tape
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Dressing Gauze
  • Antibiotic Cream

Miscellaneous

  • Walking Stick
  • Pocket Knife (Swiss)
  • Umbrella / RainCoat

When trekking or climbing in a high-altitude area like Pisang Peak, travelers must have travel insurance. There are many advantages to travel insurance, and while doing the insurance, it must cover the travel/ medical, emergency, and immediate rescue evacuation.
Also, insurance covering the loss and theft of your valuable things, including adventurous sports, helps you to travel without worrying. It should cover everything during your stay in Nepal.

For foreigners, there is no policy for travel insurance in Nepal. Therefore, before booking, the travelers must have insurance. Also, it is extremely important not only for your safety but also to get the permit. So choosing the right insurance and getting insurance in your home country will be a brilliant idea.
 

While you stay in Kathmandu, you will stay in a hotel, from the cheap to the expensive, depending upon the budget you can choose. Most hotels provide breakfast, but you must pay for the snacks and dinner on your own.
On the climbing route, you will stay in the teahouse. The tea house is a combination of a guest house and a restaurant. Even though tea houses are not as advanced as what you find in the city area, they provide comfort for you. Rooms in the tea house are twin beds and open for the dining room. Most of the bathrooms are common with squat toilets, and for the hot shower, you need to pay extra bucks. Even though the tea house provides the blanket, we suggest you carry the sleeping bag with you.

During our climbing adventure, your meals are all taken care of with full board inclusion—meaning you get breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with tea or coffee. You can pick your food from a menu that has many choices. You can enjoy the traditional Nepali dish Dal Bhat (rice and lentils), along with a range of other options like rice, seasonal vegetables, noodles, potatoes, and soups. 

But that's not all; some lodges also cater to Western tastes, offering familiar items like pizza, pasta, and French fries. So, there's something for everyone.
While you stay in the tent, our Cookery specialist will cook the food for you, which will not only be delicious but also tailored to the demands of high altitude. You can expect Nepali cuisine, which will fuel your body for the exciting part of the journey.
Trip Difficulty/Physical Fitness for Pisang Peak Climbing
Climbing the Pisang Peak, which stands above 6000 meters, is a challenging job, but it is not so difficult compared to other peak climbers. This peak climbing is considered a moderate climb. Presenting a straightforward route and more demanding route, this peak climbing will test your physical abilities. The major obstacles that you can find during this peak climb are altitude sickness, tricky paths, unpredictable weather, and accommodation.

Even though Pisang Peak Climbing is considered relatively easy, altitude sickness can affect some climbers. It is crucial to communicate with your Guide or team if any symptoms occur while climbing. Don't worry too much about the challenges. With the right gear, basic mountaineering skills, and good physical and mental fitness, conquering the Pisang Peak is feasible. When you reach the summit, this climbing offers a sense of accomplishment and pride. Remember, with the strength and the strong determination of adventure, you can complete this climb.
 

While climbing to Pisang Peak, the first thing that every climber 
Should be aware of altitude sickness. Altitude sickness can happen to any climber while climbing. Altitude sickness occurs when your body doesn't get enough time to adjust to the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes.

It is curable in the beginning, but if someone neglects it, the consequence can be fatal, leading to death. Altitude sickness has three main types: Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), and High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE). AMS is the typical type, which can become deadly if turned into HAPE or HACE.
 So, let's know about the symptoms of AMS

  • Headache 
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Malaise 
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness

Prevention

  • Limit how fast you ascend.
  • Take rest days to acclimate
  • Sleep at a lower altitude if possible
  • Preventive medications like acetazolamide or nifedipine can prevent altitude sickness and treat it
  • Don't consume alcohol or smoke
  • During climbing, avoid doing heavy exercise
     

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Pisang Peak Climbing - 19 Days

Pisang Peak Climbing

Overview And Highlights

Trip Standard

Hotel, Teahouse & Tent

Trip Grade

Strenuous

Total Duration

19 days

Best Season

Spring and Autumn

Highest Spot

6091 meters

Pisang Peak Climbing Highlights

  • Witness the awe-inspiring and panoramic views of the majestic Himalayan peaks from the summit
  • Conquer the challenging Thorong La Pass at an elevation of 5,416 meters (17,769 feet), crossing one of the highest mountain passes in the world
  • Explore the stunning Annapurna region as you journey along the renowned Annapurna Circuit
  • Immerse yourself in the rich local culture through friendly interactions with the Gurung and Tibetan-descendant communities
  • Explore the charm of ancient monasteries and villages along the trek
  • Awe-inspiring sunrise and sunset views, creating unforgettable moments against the backdrop of the Himalayan peaks
  • Traverse through enchanting landscapes adorned with bamboo and rhododendron forests, creating a mesmerizing backdrop for your trekking adventure.
  • Challenge yourself as you cross the pristine Marsyangdi River, adding an element of thrill to your trekking experience
  • Trek and climb confidently with the guidance of experienced Sherpa guides
  • Visit the Sacred Hindu temple of Muktinath.
  • Conclude your adventure with a leisurely sightseeing tour in Pokhara city.

Pisang Peak Climbing Overviews 

Pisang Peak, which is also known as Jong Ri, is a popular climbing peak in the Himalayas of Nepal. Standing tall at 6,091 meters (19,984 feet), it boasts a stunning dome shape and is situated above the picturesque Manang Valley and Pisang village.

While climbing Pisang Peak, it offers breathtaking views of Mt. Annapurna's II, III, and IV, Gangapurna, Glacier Dome, Mt. Dhaulagiri, Tilicho, and the Manaslu Mountain range. Surrounded by the majestic Annapurna, Machhapuchhre, Dhaulagiri, and Manaslu, the scenery enhances the beauty of the Journey.

The Journey begins with a stunning drive from Kathmandu to Chamje. Following the Marsyangdi River to its source at Manang glacial lake, we pass through a desert-like arctic zone west of Manang. After taking a full rest in Upper Pisang for acclimatization, we will proceed to High Camp. At the high camp, our special team will set up the tents, and we will prepare for the summit.

Checking health is very important before we head toward the summit. Also, you need to check carefully that all the climbing equipment, such as crampons, harnesses, ropes, and ice axes, is in order. The climb itself involves navigating a uniform slope to the final snow-covered and icy summit pyramid. Always stay near the Guide and follow the order and safety instructions given by your Guide. It is important to overcome the technical sections and successfully reach the summit.

Also, during this trek, you will get the chance to explore the Manang region, and while crossing from Thorang-la Pass to Muktinath, you can see a glimpse of the Upper Mustang. You will also visit the religious site of Muktinath, meaning God of Salvation. You can take a bath in the famous 108 water sprouts, which are special for tourists and religious people. 

The trek includes an exploration of the Manang region, with a visit to the religious site of Muktinath, meaning God of Salvation, in the local language. Muktinath is known for its 108 water sprouts and abundant fossils, making it a special place for both tourists and religious people.

Exploring more of the lovely city of Pokhara is another highlight of this Peak Climbing. You can check out various historical and religious sites. Also, don't miss trying the tasty local street food – it's affordable and yummy.
 

Itinerary Detail

Day 1 : Arrival in Kathmandu -1400 M.


Once you land in the beautiful city of Nepal, our staff will be there to pick you up the TIA. Then you will be taken to the hotel. After refreshing and resting, you can visit the office later to learn more about the Pisang  Peak Climbing.
 

Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 2 : Sightseeing at Kathmandu + Climbing Preparation-1400 M .

Today, our staff from the trekking agency will be there at your hotel to pick you up for Sightseeing. Inside Kathmandu, there are many popular heritage sites, but it is not possible to visit within a day. So as per your choice, we will see some of the places. 

Heritage sites that you can pick for today's visit are:
•Boudhanath
•Pashupatinath
•Swayambhunath
•Basantapur

Note: Today is also the day to prepare for the exciting Pisang Peak Climbing adventure. Take some time to gather all your essential documents – your passport, travel insurance, and a few passport-sized photos. It's all part of ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience.
 

Food
Breakfast
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 3 : Drive from Kathmandu to Chamje-1560 M .

After having breakfast early in the morning, you will head toward the Chamje village. Today's drive will be long and tiring, which will take about 7-8 hours. Leaving the bustling city of Kathmandu, you will drive along the Prithvi Highway. Riding along the sides of the Trishuli River, passing through many beautiful villages with beautiful landscapes, is amazing. After a long drive you must feel tired so get a rest in the hotel.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
1560
Day 4 : Trek from Chamje to Dharapani -1810 M .

After spending a beautiful night at Chamje, your day begins with a trekking journey towards Dharapani. The trekking trail primarily crosses several thrilling suspension bridges, the first of which is over the Marshyangdi River. Continue on the trekking journey, traversing the rhododendron forests, terraced fields, prayer wheels, and steep rocky paths of the Manang region. After several ascents and descents, the destination, Dharapani, closes up. Dharapani is a charming traditional village of Gurung communities.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
1810
Day 5 : Trek from Dharapani to Chame -2725 M .

After leaving Dharapani, we'll climb through forested hills to the west. By late afternoon, we'll reach Chame, the central hub of the Manang district. Along the way, you'll get to see amazing views of Annapurna II, Annapurna IV, and Lamjung Himal. Once in Chame, you can unwind and relax your tired body in a small hot spring. We'll be staying overnight in Chame.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
2725
Day 6 : Trek from Chame to Upper Pisang -3300 M .


We hike on a steep and narrow path through a green forest, leading us to a fantastic rocky area. The journey is filled with stunning mountain views. We cross a hanging bridge over the Marsyangdi River, pass through beautiful spots, and finally arrive at upper Pisang for the night.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
3300
Day 7 : Acclimatization Day at Upper Pisang-3300 M .


On this day, we will acclimatize before further trekking to the higher elevations. On the acclimatization day in Upper Pisang, you can rest and relax to restore the lost energy during the several hours of each day trek. A well-rested body can start fresh on the next-day journey with upgraded strength and stamina. To build up your endurance capacity, you can engage in light physical and cardiovascular exercises.

Spend your leisure day acclimatizing to the environment, which helps the body to adjust to the elevation and high-altitude surroundings. It helps to reduce the potential altitude sickness attacks. Next, you can review your gear and climbing equipment, and if time permits, you can visit and explore the Upper Pisang village. Know and understand the culture and tradition of the region and marvel at the fantastic mountain views seen from there.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
3300
Day 8 : Trek to Pisang Peak Base Camp-4390 M .


The trek begins from Upper Pisang Village after an acclimatization day, passing the traditional villages. You can witness the prayer flags, monasteries, ancient architecture, unique culture, etc. while passing through the settlements. The trail heads towards Pisang Peak Base Camp, where you have to ascend through the alpine terrains and rocky paths. We will finally reach the base camp from Pisang and stay there for the night. The Pisang Peak Base Camp offers awe-inspiring views of the stunning Himalayan peaks.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
4390
Day 9 : Towards Pisang Peak High Camp -5400 M .

The Pisang Peak Climbing adventure is a significant step forward as you hike from Pisang Base Camp to High Camp. This part of the journey is critical as it positions you closer to the summit. 

Your journey begins early in the morning with a hearty breakfast at Pisang Base Camp. The hike to High Camp is challenging and involves a steep climb. This part of the trek usually takes about 4-5 hours, depending on weather conditions and the pace of your group.
As you ascend to High Camp, located at an altitude of 5,350 meters, the effects of high altitude become more pronounced. It’s essential to monitor your body’s response and communicate any discomfort to your guide.

During the climb, you can see the breathtaking views of the Annapurna range, Chulu East, Chulu West, and other surrounding peaks. The landscape becomes more rugged and alpine as you ascend. Make sure to walk slowly and steadily, giving your body time to get used to the higher altitude. Taking regular breaks for hydration and rest is essential.

Once you arrive at High Camp, your team will set up the camp. High Camp typically consists of tents and basic facilities, as it serves as a temporary setup for the summit attempt.
Try to sleep early because you will be heading tomorrow before dawn. Prepare your gear, ensure your climbing equipment is in order, and discuss plans with your guide. Don't forget to keep your body hydrated all the time and eat proper nutritious food. Rest well, focus on positive thoughts, and visualize a successful climb.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
5400
Day 10 : Summit Pisang Peak and Back to Base Camp-6091 M .

Today is marked as an important day for every climber and is also challenging. You will ascend from the high camp to the summit and then get back to the base camp. 
Today, we will begin to climb early in the morning, around 2-3 am, to take advantage of the stable weather conditions and return to Base camp before the afternoon. 

The summit involves navigating steep snow and ice slopes where you will be using your technical climbing gear. The ascent is physically demanding and also requires mental resilience. The main challenges that you will face during this period are high winds, cold temperatures, and altitude effects. Maintain safety all the time and stay always close to the guide. Be vigilant about your physical and mental conditions.

Finally, after you reach the summit, you can see the extensive
views of the Annapurna range, Manaslu, and other mountain peaks. This is the moment of triumph.

Then, you will descend to Base camp after spending some time at the summit. Descending is faster but requires caution to avoid fatigue-related mistakes. After reaching the camp, you can celebrate the success with your team.

Also, remember to monitor your health all the time, especially the symptoms of altitude sickness. Then, you will start preparing for the next phase of your journey, which involves further descent to lower altitudes.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
6091
Day 11 : Trek from Pisang Peak Base Camp to Manang - 3519 M .

Leaving Pisang Peak Base Camp, we're on our way to the Manang Valley today. Most of the walk takes us alongside the Marsyangdi River, offering beautiful views along the way. When we reach Manang, we'll have a chance to explore the valley with its unique culture and stone houses. We'll be staying overnight in Manang.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Tent
Elevation
3519
Day 12 : Trek from Manang to Yak Kharka -4018 M .

After exploring the different landscapes and experiencing the local culture in Manang Valley, the journey continues towards Yak Kharka. As you leave behind the charming valley with its Tibetan-style buildings and monasteries, you start climbing steep hills. Take in the beautiful views of Annapurna and Gangapurna while going at a steady pace uphill.

While trekking, you'll encounter diverse terrains – from alpine areas to forests and Himalayan vegetation. Finally, you'll arrive at Yak Kharka, which is essentially a high-altitude grazing area for yaks. It's surrounded by alpine meadows and has small settlements where you can learn about the local culture and the way people live.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
4018
Day 13 : Trek from Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi-4441 M .


Today, we leave small villages to reach Thorung Phedi, the base of the tough Thorung La Pass. We start our trek from Yak Kharka, surrounded by mountains, and follow rocky paths with rough terrains towards Thorang Phedi. The scenery changes to high alpine areas, and the trails get steeper as we get closer to Thorung Phedi. Along the way, we get amazing views of snow-capped Himalayas, making the trek even more spectacular.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
4441
Day 14 : Cross Thorong La towards Muktinath-3800 M .

Today, you wake up early because you're heading to Muktinath through Thorong La Pass – a challenging journey. The pass offers breathtaking views of Mt Annapurna, Thorang Peak, Dhaulagiri, and Nilgiri Himal. The prayer flags and cozy tea houses make the place even more beautiful. Your goal is to cross the pass before midday.

You trek through rocky trails and dense forests, reaching the pass. Be careful of the strong winds there. After enjoying the stunning landscapes and mountains, you continue your trek.
Descending, you finally reach Muktinath, a holy temple for both Buddhists and Hindus. It attracts thousands of visitors every year.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
3800
Day 15 : Trek from Muktinath to Jomsom -2743 M .

Today, your journey begins by walking downhill to a popular  Village. Walking further, we'll pass through Ekle Bhatti to reach Kagbeni. There are plenty of monasteries in Kagbeni, from the old one to the new one. Also, from the edge of the Kagbeni village, you can get a glimpse of Upper Mustang. During the walk, you can feel the strong wind and dust. Then, after walking further through the green forest, you will finally reach Jomsom.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
lodge
Elevation
2743
Day 16 : Morning Flight from Jomsom to Pokhara and Sightseeing at Pokhara -820 M .

It is about a half-hour flight to Pokhara from Jomsom. There are plenty of attractive palaces in Pokhara that you must visit while staying there. Among them are Phewa Lake, Bat Cave, Mahendra Cave, Peace Temple, Gupteswar Gupha, Pumdikot Shiva Statue, and many more. 

Pokhara is a famous tourist hub, so the streets are pretty crowded in the evening. You can taste the local food at a cheap price from the food stall. Also, walking around the lakeside will help to relax your mind and body.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
820
Day 17 : Drive from Pokhara and Back to Kathmandu -1400 M .

Early in the morning, after having breakfast, you take a ride from Pokhara to Kathmandu. It will take approximately 6-7 hours to reach Kathmandu, depending upon the traffic condition.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 18 : Leisure Day at Kathmandu- 1400 M .

After the long drive from yesterday's journey, you might be tired. So you can take a rest or if you still have the energy you can roam around the city. You can either visit the heritage site that you missed before or enjoy your day in the Thamel for relaxation. 

There are plenty of restaurants, cafe bars, and spa centers, and you can even buy souvenirs from shops. In the evening, we will arrange a dinner program to celebrate the summit of Pisang Peak climbing for you as a farewell treat from our company.
 

Food
Breakfast /lunch/dinner
Accomodation
Hotel
Elevation
1400
Day 19 : Departure

Our staff will take you to the TIA for the departure. You will head to your home with all the memories that you made during the entire trip.

Food
Breakfast

What Is Included ?

  • Four nights of deluxe hotel accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • One-night hotel stay in Pokhara
  • Climbing peak permit included
  • A special climbing guide (Sherpa) provided for every two members
  • Comprehensive insurance coverage for all staff
  • Annapurna Conservation entrance permit arranged
  • Airport transfers included
  • All meals provided during trek and camping
  • Seasonal fresh fruits are available
  • Sleeping bags and down jackets are provided if needed
  • Lodge accommodation during trek, basic camping setup during climbing
  • One porter was assigned for every two members' baggage
  • Accident insurance provided for staff
  • Standard medical kits with oximeter and pulse meter checker 

What Is Excluded?

  • Personal clothing and climbing gear 
  • Personal accident insurance, emergency evacuation costs, oxygen, and medical supplies are not included
  • Alcoholic beverages, laundry services, and tips.
  • Additional accommodation and sightseeing tours in Kathmandu available upon request .

FAQs

Where is Pisang Peak Nepal located?


Pisang Peak is in central north Nepal, near the well-known Annapurna range. It's a bit north of Manang, nestled between Annapurna I and Manaslu. Interestingly, over half of the route to Pisang Peak is the same as the one taken for the Annapurna Circuit trek.
 

When is the best time for the Pisang Peak Climbing?

Pisa Peak Climbing is possible throughout the year, but comparing the difficulties and scenery, the best time will be during the Spring and Autumn seasons.
 

Do we need training to climb Pisang Peak?


You don't need to be a mountain expert for this Pisang Peak Climbing; however, if you have basic mountaineering skills, then it will be helpful. You can get basic training inside Nepal or even learn skills during the climbing period. So don’t worry about the training; just grab a backpack and begin your journey with us.
 

What to do if the weather is bad?

No climbers want these things to happen during the summit; however, sometimes the weather can go bad. In that case, we will stay in the tea house until the weather is clear and safe to climb. Your safety is our main priority, and we are committed to making sure every part of your journey is enjoyable and memorable.
 

Do I need travel Insurance?

When you're traveling to the high mountains of Nepal, it's a must to have travel insurance. This helps ensure your safety and provides support in case of any unexpected situations during your journey.
 

Is the meal included in the climbing package?

Yes, almost all the trekking agencies provide three meals(breakfast, lunch, and dinner) while you head toward climbing Pisa peak climbing. But while staying in Kathmandu, you need to pay for meals on your own.
 

Can I leave my bags at the hotel before starting the trek?

Yes, you can store the luggage in the hotel/ guest house before trekking.
 

How can I book?


Booking is a straightforward procedure. You can visit our website and book from there. We suggest you book 6-7 weeks from the date that you like to travel.
 

Can I get the internet and shower facility in the tea house?

Tea houses provide an internet facility, but you need to pay extra for that. It's better to take the local sim from the TIA airport and use data for the internet. There is an accessible water facility for the shower, but you need to pay extra to take a hot shower.
 

Does the Guide and the porter have insurance?

You don't have to worry about the Guide and porter insurance while traveling with us. Doing Guide and porter insurance is our responsibility.

Additional Information


It is necessary to get the permit before you begin the Pisang Peak Climbing. You need to get three permits: Pisang Peak Climbing Permit, Annapurna Conservation Area Permit, and TIMS Card. 

The cost of the Pisang Peak Climbing Permit depends upon the seasons.

  • Spring season (March, April, and May)– USD 250 per person 
  • Autumn season (September, October, and November) – USD 125 per person
  • Winter season (December, January, and February) – USD 70 per person
  • Summer season (June, July, and August) – USD 70 per person

Pisang Peak is a great place to visit throughout the year. But the best times are spring and autumn. These are the peak seasons when the surroundings come alive with beautiful nature. You don't have to worry about rain or snow, which makes climbing comfortable and enjoyable. Also, the clear skies offer stunning views of the peaks and landscapes.

Spring and autumn bring sunny and warm days, with mild nights, creating ideal trekking conditions. During these seasons, the weather is perfect for enjoying the mountains.
Climbing in winter and monsoon are also possible. But they come with some challenges. 
There is a high chance of heavy snowfall and rain during these seasons, which makes the trek more thrilling and challenging due to cold weather and slippery paths. However, if you prefer a quieter experience with fewer people on the trails, winter and monsoon are perfect for peace lovers.
 

You should be equipped with your gear and equipment, like insulated boots, Jumar, abseil device, climbing helmet, crampons, ice axe, and alpine harness. Many of the equipment can be purchased or hired at Kathmandu.

Upper Body:

  • Warm beanie hat
  • Tubular Headwear (buff)
  • Sun Hat or Cap (cap and buff all fit under your hood)
  • Polarized Sunglasses with UV protection
  • Headlamp (Black Diamond / Petzl) with spare batteries
  • Sunscreen with a factor of 50+

Upper Body (Core body):

  • •3 Light and trekking-weight thermal tops
  • 3 T-shirts or cool-max trekking shirts
  • 1 Fleece Jacket 
  • 1 Waterproof shell jacket with hood 
  • 1 Down Jacket

Lower Body:

  • 2 Thermal base layers 
  • 2 Pairs of trekking pants
  • 1 Heavyweight hiking trousers (windproof soft shell for warmth at higher altitudes)
  • 1 Waterproof/ Rain pants
  • 2 Light Hiking shorts
  • 2 Fleece Pants
  • 4 Underwear 

Hands:

  • 1 Lightweight gloves or liner gloves
  • 1 Pair of shell gloves (Gore-Tex)
  • 1 Waterproof outer glove

Feet:

  • 3 Warm Trekking socks (smart wool)
  • 3 Pairs of liner socks
  • 2 Pairs of thick/ warm socks
  • 2 Thick wool socks 
  • Trekking Boots
  • Lightweight Rubber Shoes 

Accessories:

  • Daypack 
  • Reusable water bottle 
  • Large duffle bag 
  • Trekking Pole
  • Camera with extra battery
  • Sleeping bag 
  • Sleeping Bag liner
  • Ear Plugs
  • Portable Solar Charger
  • Trekking Watch

Medicine:

  • Personal Medication
  • Diarrhoea Stopper (e.g. Imodium)
  • Paracetamol Tablets
  • Diamox 
  • Water Purification tablets 
  • Blister kit / Zinc Tape
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Dressing Gauze
  • Antibiotic Cream

Miscellaneous

  • Walking Stick
  • Pocket Knife (Swiss)
  • Umbrella / RainCoat

When trekking or climbing in a high-altitude area like Pisang Peak, travelers must have travel insurance. There are many advantages to travel insurance, and while doing the insurance, it must cover the travel/ medical, emergency, and immediate rescue evacuation.
Also, insurance covering the loss and theft of your valuable things, including adventurous sports, helps you to travel without worrying. It should cover everything during your stay in Nepal.

For foreigners, there is no policy for travel insurance in Nepal. Therefore, before booking, the travelers must have insurance. Also, it is extremely important not only for your safety but also to get the permit. So choosing the right insurance and getting insurance in your home country will be a brilliant idea.
 

While you stay in Kathmandu, you will stay in a hotel, from the cheap to the expensive, depending upon the budget you can choose. Most hotels provide breakfast, but you must pay for the snacks and dinner on your own.
On the climbing route, you will stay in the teahouse. The tea house is a combination of a guest house and a restaurant. Even though tea houses are not as advanced as what you find in the city area, they provide comfort for you. Rooms in the tea house are twin beds and open for the dining room. Most of the bathrooms are common with squat toilets, and for the hot shower, you need to pay extra bucks. Even though the tea house provides the blanket, we suggest you carry the sleeping bag with you.

During our climbing adventure, your meals are all taken care of with full board inclusion—meaning you get breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with tea or coffee. You can pick your food from a menu that has many choices. You can enjoy the traditional Nepali dish Dal Bhat (rice and lentils), along with a range of other options like rice, seasonal vegetables, noodles, potatoes, and soups. 

But that's not all; some lodges also cater to Western tastes, offering familiar items like pizza, pasta, and French fries. So, there's something for everyone.
While you stay in the tent, our Cookery specialist will cook the food for you, which will not only be delicious but also tailored to the demands of high altitude. You can expect Nepali cuisine, which will fuel your body for the exciting part of the journey.
Trip Difficulty/Physical Fitness for Pisang Peak Climbing
Climbing the Pisang Peak, which stands above 6000 meters, is a challenging job, but it is not so difficult compared to other peak climbers. This peak climbing is considered a moderate climb. Presenting a straightforward route and more demanding route, this peak climbing will test your physical abilities. The major obstacles that you can find during this peak climb are altitude sickness, tricky paths, unpredictable weather, and accommodation.

Even though Pisang Peak Climbing is considered relatively easy, altitude sickness can affect some climbers. It is crucial to communicate with your Guide or team if any symptoms occur while climbing. Don't worry too much about the challenges. With the right gear, basic mountaineering skills, and good physical and mental fitness, conquering the Pisang Peak is feasible. When you reach the summit, this climbing offers a sense of accomplishment and pride. Remember, with the strength and the strong determination of adventure, you can complete this climb.
 

While climbing to Pisang Peak, the first thing that every climber 
Should be aware of altitude sickness. Altitude sickness can happen to any climber while climbing. Altitude sickness occurs when your body doesn't get enough time to adjust to the lower oxygen levels at higher altitudes.

It is curable in the beginning, but if someone neglects it, the consequence can be fatal, leading to death. Altitude sickness has three main types: Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS), High Altitude Pulmonary Edema (HAPE), and High Altitude Cerebral Edema (HACE). AMS is the typical type, which can become deadly if turned into HAPE or HACE.
 So, let's know about the symptoms of AMS

  • Headache 
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Malaise 
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness

Prevention

  • Limit how fast you ascend.
  • Take rest days to acclimate
  • Sleep at a lower altitude if possible
  • Preventive medications like acetazolamide or nifedipine can prevent altitude sickness and treat it
  • Don't consume alcohol or smoke
  • During climbing, avoid doing heavy exercise
     

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