The Himalayas have always been the focus of outstanding achievements in the world of mountain climbing with their identified 1310 peaks above 6000 metres. One quarter of them are officially opened for mountaineering activities, which offer the great opportunity of adventure peak climbing in Nepal. By himalayan standards, there are smaller mountains known as "trekking peaks" (ranging from 5587 to 6654 metres), which any fit and keen trekkers can climb. Climbing these trekking peaks in Nepal is the next step beyond simply trekking, however, it includes basic mountaineering above the snow line, using ice axes, climbing boots with crampons, ropes etc. under the supervision and instruction from your professional climbing guides who have considerable mountaineering expertise and experience including multiple ascents of Mt. Everest. There is no doubt that peak climbing in Nepal offers the best adventure trekking and expedition experience to both experienced trekkers and novice climbers. It is a pioneer in organizing their own climbing training course at base camp before the summit push. Your participation on this climbing clinic course is to boost your self-confidence and to ensure that you are well prepared to safely and successfully scale the summit of your chosen mountain.
Pisang Peak lies on the way of Annapurna circuit trek which also begins at the middle-hills villages of Besisahar on the Marshyangdi River and follows the river all the way from Brahmin-Chettri-Gurung settlement to that of the Tibetan Buddhist regions of Manang.