|Pisang Peak (6091m)
Pisang peak (6091M) has great scope for exploration. The western flank of the mountain, which is guarded by a hanging glacier, offers considerable challenge. However access to the western end of the ridge is more problematic yes it is guarded by huge rock slabs. The first ascent on Pisang was made in 1955 by a German Expedition. The same Expedition then went on to make an ascent on Chulu east. From above Hungre the peak looks much more interesting. It looks more like a curved ridge, with the face above Pisang being the truncated southern end on the valley. The route through the upper Pisang valley leads through sparse woods and pastures to a Kharka, which provide a good Base-camp site. The high trail here, which reaches upper Pisang (3300m) though longer, is panoramic. It offers truly splendid views of the Annapurna group including Tilicho Peak, Annapurna II and IV, Ghangapurna and the Glacier Dome. Pisang is indeed a "sightseeing peak."
Feature of trekking