Pisang Peak is one of the non-campaign tops in Nepal which ascends inverse of Annapurna II. It is viewed as a trekking top by the Nepal mountaineering affiliation. From the summit we can see Mt. Manaslu, Mt. Annapurna II, Annapurna III, Annapurna IV, Gangapurna, Tilicho and so forth.
The move for Pisang Peak begins from Besishahar. The trail will go through the thick woods and nearby towns, towards the magnificent pinnacle of Mt. Manasalu and LamjungHimal. A noteworthy crossing point of the trail meets at Dharapani in the wake of going through Larkya La Pass. The way climbs to Kharka, Pisang valley, where one sets up a base camp. Subsequent to moving to a shoulder on the South-West Ridge, one set up a high camp. A while later, the trail takes after a requesting stroll to the PisangPeak.One may experience snow at the high camp from the finish of November to March.
Each and Every moment we spent here is very fun and memorable.After a successful trek we move to Manang and continue further up to Thorong la pass to get down to Jomsom and flyto Pokhara and end to Kathmandu.