Pisang Peak (6091m.) is the one of the most-admired and remarkable peak among the trekking mountains in Annapurna region of Nepal. Pisang Peak is undeniably a "sightseeing peak”. It ascends from yak paddock over the village in a consistent incline of snow and ice to the ultimate peak pyramid. It lies just around the corner to the topmost pass of the world and offers excellent possibility for exploration. The western ridge comprises huge rock slabs which even makes the route harder. Trekkers with petite skill in hiking can combine the famous classic Annapurna circuit trek with Pisang Peak climbing and have an extra ordinary experience of the panorama of Himalayas in Nepal.
Initially, we depart from Kathmandu to Besisahar and begin our trek from widespread Annapurna Circuit path and arrive at Pisang. From Pisang village, the path mounts through meager forest and meadow to Kharka at (4380m.) which is considered the finest spot for setting up the base camp. The distinct point shows the way to the final flurry slope which is fairly sheer and complicated to get in touch with the peak. In fact, the impressive views of Annapurna group from the summit can be observed including Annapurna II and IV, Gangapurna Tilicho Peak, and the Glacier Dome. After a successful climb to the peak, we continue our walk to Manang valley and further up to Thorong Pedi. We get an opportunity to come across the highest pass of the world, Thorong pass (5416m.) and subsequently walk to another part of the Annapurna, Muktinath. We tumble down further to Upper Mustang through picturesque Jharkot village, Kagbeni and ultimately arrive at capital of Mustang, Jomsom. After some ups and downs through Kalopani, Tatopani and Ghorepani to Nayapool and finally back to Pokhara.