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Pisang Trek and Peak Climbing - (18 days)

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Pisang Trek and Peak Climbing

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  • Overview
  • Duration 18 days Days Group Size 2+ 14
    Grade advance Max Altitude 6091 m.
    Starting Point Kathamandu Ending Point Kathamandu
    Accommodation 3*** Base Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara and Teahouse, tented camping two nights, during the trek.
    Meals Three meals a day and tea/ Coffee
    Transportation Airport picks up and drops by private, tourist Bus, and Flight for trekking.

    Pisang peak is another well-known peak in the Annapurna region for the adventurers which stand at an altitude of 6091m. This pyramid shaped peak derived its name from the Pisang village that lies on the base of the mountain of the Manang district. It was first climbed by the team of German expedition in the year of 1955. One must go through the highest pass in the world which is Thorong La pass to reach the Pisang peak. Being at 6091m, Pisang peak is also considered as easy and very suitable for the beginner trekkers and climbers in Nepal. Pisang Peak climbing and trekking will present you with a mind-boggling panoramic scene of the white walls around you like Tilicho peak, Annapurna ll, and lV  Gangapurna, etc.  It is roughly estimated that it stands in between the eight thousand, Annapurna l and Manaslu at the east. It is an incredible opportunity to experience and witness the diversity of flora and fauna of the region and amazing geographical landmarks.
     

    Basic information 

    Day 01:
    Arrival at Tribhuwan international airport in Nepal (1360m)

    Day 02:
    Drive to Jagat (1300m)
    Driving time: 7 to 8hrs

    Day 03:
    Jagat to Dharapani (1840m)
    trekking time: 6 hrs 

    Day 04:
    Dharapani to Chame (2670m)
    Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

    Day 05:
    Chame to Upper Pisang (3300m)
    Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

    Day 06:
    Upper Pisang to Pisang Peak Base Camp (4200m)
    Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs.

    Day 07:
    Acclimatize day at Base Camp (4200m)

    Day 08:
    Base Camp to High Camp (4450m)
    Trekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

    Day 09:
    Summit to Pisang peak. (6091m) and back to Base Camp (4200m) via high Camp. Climbing and back to base camp time: 8 to 9 hrs.

    Day 10:
    Base Camp to Manang. (3540m)
    Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.


    Day 11:
    Manang to Yak Kharka. (4050m)
    Rekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

    Day 12:
    Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4450m)
    Trekking time: 5 hrs

    Day 13:
    Thorong Phedi to over Thorong pass (5416 m)
    to Muktinath (3760m)
    Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs

    Day 14:
    Muktinath to Kagbeni(2800m)
    Trekking time. 3 to 4 hrs

    Day 15:
    Kagbeni to Jomsom(2720m) 
    Trekking time: 3 hrs


    Day 16:
    Jomsom to Pokhara (820m) Flight time. 25m.

    Day 17:
    Pokhara to Kathmandu (1360m)
    Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs or Flight time: 25 min


    Day 18:
    Fina. your Departure date!

     

     





     

     


     
     
     
     
  • Detail Itinerary
    • Day One: kathamandu to Jagat (1300m) Driving time: 7 to 8hrs.

      Today, early in the morning after breakfast will have to drive to Jagat. It will be 7 to 8 hour because of traffic. We drive as a way of one of the beautiful parts of the region to Besisahar. On the way to Mugling, there is a famous Hindu temple which can be reached by means of cable car which was founded by swish and Nepalese in the year 1989. Mugling is where one can reach India border and as well to go chitwan national park to the other side. And continue to via dummre while driving along the bank of Marshyandi river, and we will see crop lands as we arrive Besisahar. On being there, we check in our trekking permit and still continue to jagat again another two hour via bumpy road and cliff rock till we reach jagat. Overnight at jagat.        

       

    • Day Two: Jagat to Dharapani (1840m) Trekking time: 6 hrs

      We start after the breakfast, the trail descends and then hiking upwards through the rocky forest of the tiny Tibetan village of Chamje. Making a way through the suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River, we ascend steadily to the pleasant village of Tal (1700m), also said to be a former lakebed. We continue trekking along with the fields of barley, wheat, and potato, crossing the river near Khotro, then and on to Dharapani: said to be one of the larger Tibetan villages in the Manang valley on the concourse of two rivers.

    • Day Three: Dharapani to Chame (2670m) Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

      Views of the LamjungHimal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7 525m) can be so arresting as of today’s hike has to offer, unless we hammer out a deal with the steep forested uplands and cross several landslides as we ascend the southern side of the valley. Our today’s destinations will come into our sight as we approach the large mani wall before Chame, which is the district headquarters of the Manang valley.

       

    • Day Four: Chame to upper Pisang (3300m) Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

      Today’s trial can be strenuous as the steep, small and elevated path of the thick, lush green pinewood might demand an hour to get through. There are excellent views of the soaring PaungdaDanda rock face, imposing glacial erosion at its finest.  Hiking on the exciting trial carved out of the rigid rocky mountain leads us to the beautiful settlements of the Pisang into the Manang Valley.

       

    • Day Five: Upper Pisang to Pisang peak Base Camp (4200m) Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs.

      Pisang base camp is where are heading today. We hike up a trail that goes through the forest and grassland meadows that used for yaks grazing. We stop here for a day and set up our camp for the overnight.

    • Day six: Acclimatize day pisang Base Camp (4200m)

      We will use this day for a rest and by rest we mean we go hike up to a bit higher place to get habituated to a highly elevated place because we will be scaling the Pisang peak. We might as well go around and explore the surrounding area. 

       

    • Day Seven: Pisang Base Camp to high Camp (4450m) Trekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

      Generally a short but can be a bit difficult as the altitude is increasing. The path goes through rocks, ice, and glaciers, we will use the south-west ridge to get to the high camp and as we will arrive at the place we are to set up our tents for the camp. Now we have to start our preparation for tomorrow. The preparation includes checking and pre-testing all the gears, looking out for a safe accessible route, a short training on how to use carefully and a brief description about the environment, hurdles, and safeties about the activity we are carrying out the next day.

    • Day Eight: Summit to Pisang peak. (6091m) and back to Base Camp (4200m) via high Camp. Climbing and back to base camp

      Today we start early as it is the main event of our trek. We are scaling the Pisang peak today. You are to be very careful and active throughout the long climb and listen and follow to every technical and physical suggestion that a guide makes.  Here comes the climax of the trip. We scaled Island peak!! Now we make a slow process climbing down to high camp and to base camp.

    • Day Nine: Pisang Base Camp to Manang. (3540m) Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.

      We climb down crossing Pisang and continue through thin pine forest till we get to the river. As we cross the river our trail starts getting upward and hike for about one and a half hour all the way to Ghyaru, a traditional village inhabited by the Gurung community. We keep marching as a way of switchback trail till Ngawal from where we make a descent before reaching Manang. 

       

    • Day Ten: Manang to Yak kharka. ( 4050m) Trekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

      From Manang the trail takes us upward to the village of Tengi above, then we continue leaving the Marsyangdi Valley side; heading for the JarsangKhola making gradual progress concerning about an altitude sickness which can be a fun cutter. The trail moderately elevates as we pass a few summer pastures and scrub juniper climbing above Gunsang, an array of flat mud roofs just below the trail and continues to the small village of Ghyanchang where it drops to cross a tributary. Following a mini wooden bridge and reaching an ancient mani wall and there the beautiful village of Yak Kharka welcomes us.

    • Day Eleven Yak Kharka to Thorong phedi (4450m) Trekking time: 5 hrs

      Today we trek upwards to the 500 metered stations before we make to the pass waiting to tread the following day. The trial goes zigzag through the scrub growth to the rocky debris as we approach the high camp to spend a night.

       

    • Day Twelve: Thorong phedi to over Thorong pass (5416 m) to Muktinath (3760m) Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs

      A journey of 1000m ascent and 1600m descent can be a moment to cherish for the rest of your life as this pass known as Thorong La pass is a trial between Thorong Peak (5416m) and a marvelous geographical structure of Yakwakang Cliffs (6482m) is a crowning point of this trek. Leaving the snowy peaks behind, we head for the thirsty valley of the Mustang to the west. We will keep marching with the sight of standing tall Dhaulagiri Mountain Range in the far horizon.
      Hiking upwards for the icy altitude will be tiresome but the steps that we take can be worthy as this is rewarded by the amazing views from the top. The climb down can be made as carefully as the ascent. Initially, the path comprises of loose gravel but later it converts into the rock solid part which makes it easier to walk through.
      The important Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage site of Muktinath will be reached in the late afternoon. Behind a very long surrounding wall and thousands of prayer flags is an oasis of springs, banyan and peepul trees with a Vishnu temple and a Buddhist shrine: a testament to the mutual religious harmony in Nepal. The Tibetan name for this place, Chu MigTsaGye, means ‘108 spring.’
      A further 10-minute walk leads to the bustling village of Ranipauwa and our tea house for the night. The region is collectively known as Muktinath. 

       

    • Day Thirteen: Muktinath to Kagbeni(2800m) Trekking time. 3 to 4 hrs

      Today we have to hike all along the vehicle road downward as there is no trekking trail. It can be dusty and noisy a bit as the number of pilgrimages from Nepal and India flocking to the Muktinath temple is increasing every day. We continue walking down passing Jhajarkot we can see the barren Kali Gandaki valley. On reaching Kagbeni where we call off our trek for a day, we can visit the centuries-old monasteries and explore. 

    • Day fourteen: Kagbeni to jomsom(2720m) Tgrekking time: 3 hrs

      The same busy and dusty road cut on the side of a barren hill leads us to the Jomsom. Jomsom is the headquarter of the Mustang region. It is a beautiful town famous for the locally made apple brandies and juices one must definitely give a go as we are completing our trek today and that’s an exciting excuse to celebrate. 

    • Day Fifteen: Jomsom to Pokhara (820m) Flight time. 25m.

      We board the flight to Pokhara today. Now Pokhara is the most beautiful city in Nepal and one can find lots of fun activities while being there. 

       

    • Day sixteen: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1360m) Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs or Flight time: 25 min’s

      And finally, the day has come to go back to the place where we started from. We have a choice of driving or taking a flight back to Kathmandu.

  • Trip Includes/Excludes
  • 01 National park entry permit
    02 Climbing permit, and Climbing equipment, two-night camping by Ten B.C.H.C. 
    03 TIMS Card
    04 English speaking trekking guide
    05 Porter for carrying your luggage
    06 Breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee during the trekking part
    07 Accommodations during the trekking part
    08 Flight ticket and Transport by car 
    09 Insurance for staff
    10 Airports pick up and drop 
    11 Kathmandu  Pokhara 3*** star category hotel with B.B.
    12 seasonable fresh fruits
    13 Kathmandu to Besishahar by car, and Jagat by local Jeep.
    14 Jomsong to Pokhara by Flight, Pokhara to Kathmandu by car

     

    01 Personal equipment for trekking gear
    02 Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
    03 Emergency rescue evacuation
    04 Personal expenses
    05 Gratuities (tips)
    06 Bar bills, mineral water on the trek

     

  • Departure Dates
  • No departure dates as of now
  • Tour Notes
  • Equipment List
  • Reviews
  • Write your review
  • If you are interested to do after trekking more like city tour paragliding, boating or cycling let us know.
    Also, if you would like to see Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, go rafting or visit Chitwan National Park JUngle safari.
    Please, tell us your desires and we will do our best arrange it for you.  

     

Overview - Pisang Trek and Peak Climbing - 18 days

Duration 18 days Group Size 2+ 14
Grade advance Max Altitude 6091 m.
Starting Point Kathamandu Ending Point Kathamandu
Accommodation 3*** Base Hotel in Kathmandu and Pokhara and Teahouse, tented camping two nights, during the trek.
Meals Three meals a day and tea/ Coffee
Transportation Airport picks up and drops by private, tourist Bus, and Flight for trekking.

Pisang peak is another well-known peak in the Annapurna region for the adventurers which stand at an altitude of 6091m. This pyramid shaped peak derived its name from the Pisang village that lies on the base of the mountain of the Manang district. It was first climbed by the team of German expedition in the year of 1955. One must go through the highest pass in the world which is Thorong La pass to reach the Pisang peak. Being at 6091m, Pisang peak is also considered as easy and very suitable for the beginner trekkers and climbers in Nepal. Pisang Peak climbing and trekking will present you with a mind-boggling panoramic scene of the white walls around you like Tilicho peak, Annapurna ll, and lV  Gangapurna, etc.  It is roughly estimated that it stands in between the eight thousand, Annapurna l and Manaslu at the east. It is an incredible opportunity to experience and witness the diversity of flora and fauna of the region and amazing geographical landmarks.
 

Basic information 

Day 01:
Arrival at Tribhuwan international airport in Nepal (1360m)

Day 02:
Drive to Jagat (1300m)
Driving time: 7 to 8hrs

Day 03:
Jagat to Dharapani (1840m)
trekking time: 6 hrs 

Day 04:
Dharapani to Chame (2670m)
Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

Day 05:
Chame to Upper Pisang (3300m)
Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

Day 06:
Upper Pisang to Pisang Peak Base Camp (4200m)
Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs.

Day 07:
Acclimatize day at Base Camp (4200m)

Day 08:
Base Camp to High Camp (4450m)
Trekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

Day 09:
Summit to Pisang peak. (6091m) and back to Base Camp (4200m) via high Camp. Climbing and back to base camp time: 8 to 9 hrs.

Day 10:
Base Camp to Manang. (3540m)
Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.


Day 11:
Manang to Yak Kharka. (4050m)
Rekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

Day 12:
Yak Kharka to Thorong Phedi (4450m)
Trekking time: 5 hrs

Day 13:
Thorong Phedi to over Thorong pass (5416 m)
to Muktinath (3760m)
Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs

Day 14:
Muktinath to Kagbeni(2800m)
Trekking time. 3 to 4 hrs

Day 15:
Kagbeni to Jomsom(2720m) 
Trekking time: 3 hrs


Day 16:
Jomsom to Pokhara (820m) Flight time. 25m.

Day 17:
Pokhara to Kathmandu (1360m)
Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs or Flight time: 25 min


Day 18:
Fina. your Departure date!

 

 





 

 


 
 
 
 

Detail Itinerary

  • Day One: kathamandu to Jagat (1300m) Driving time: 7 to 8hrs.

    Today, early in the morning after breakfast will have to drive to Jagat. It will be 7 to 8 hour because of traffic. We drive as a way of one of the beautiful parts of the region to Besisahar. On the way to Mugling, there is a famous Hindu temple which can be reached by means of cable car which was founded by swish and Nepalese in the year 1989. Mugling is where one can reach India border and as well to go chitwan national park to the other side. And continue to via dummre while driving along the bank of Marshyandi river, and we will see crop lands as we arrive Besisahar. On being there, we check in our trekking permit and still continue to jagat again another two hour via bumpy road and cliff rock till we reach jagat. Overnight at jagat.        

     

  • Day Two: Jagat to Dharapani (1840m) Trekking time: 6 hrs

    We start after the breakfast, the trail descends and then hiking upwards through the rocky forest of the tiny Tibetan village of Chamje. Making a way through the suspension bridge over the Marsyangdi River, we ascend steadily to the pleasant village of Tal (1700m), also said to be a former lakebed. We continue trekking along with the fields of barley, wheat, and potato, crossing the river near Khotro, then and on to Dharapani: said to be one of the larger Tibetan villages in the Manang valley on the concourse of two rivers.

  • Day Three: Dharapani to Chame (2670m) Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

    Views of the LamjungHimal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7 525m) can be so arresting as of today’s hike has to offer, unless we hammer out a deal with the steep forested uplands and cross several landslides as we ascend the southern side of the valley. Our today’s destinations will come into our sight as we approach the large mani wall before Chame, which is the district headquarters of the Manang valley.

     

  • Day Four: Chame to upper Pisang (3300m) Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs

    Today’s trial can be strenuous as the steep, small and elevated path of the thick, lush green pinewood might demand an hour to get through. There are excellent views of the soaring PaungdaDanda rock face, imposing glacial erosion at its finest.  Hiking on the exciting trial carved out of the rigid rocky mountain leads us to the beautiful settlements of the Pisang into the Manang Valley.

     

  • Day Five: Upper Pisang to Pisang peak Base Camp (4200m) Trekking time: 5 to 6 hrs.

    Pisang base camp is where are heading today. We hike up a trail that goes through the forest and grassland meadows that used for yaks grazing. We stop here for a day and set up our camp for the overnight.

  • Day six: Acclimatize day pisang Base Camp (4200m)

    We will use this day for a rest and by rest we mean we go hike up to a bit higher place to get habituated to a highly elevated place because we will be scaling the Pisang peak. We might as well go around and explore the surrounding area. 

     

  • Day Seven: Pisang Base Camp to high Camp (4450m) Trekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

    Generally a short but can be a bit difficult as the altitude is increasing. The path goes through rocks, ice, and glaciers, we will use the south-west ridge to get to the high camp and as we will arrive at the place we are to set up our tents for the camp. Now we have to start our preparation for tomorrow. The preparation includes checking and pre-testing all the gears, looking out for a safe accessible route, a short training on how to use carefully and a brief description about the environment, hurdles, and safeties about the activity we are carrying out the next day.

  • Day Eight: Summit to Pisang peak. (6091m) and back to Base Camp (4200m) via high Camp. Climbing and back to base camp

    Today we start early as it is the main event of our trek. We are scaling the Pisang peak today. You are to be very careful and active throughout the long climb and listen and follow to every technical and physical suggestion that a guide makes.  Here comes the climax of the trip. We scaled Island peak!! Now we make a slow process climbing down to high camp and to base camp.

  • Day Nine: Pisang Base Camp to Manang. (3540m) Trekking time: 6 to 7 hrs.

    We climb down crossing Pisang and continue through thin pine forest till we get to the river. As we cross the river our trail starts getting upward and hike for about one and a half hour all the way to Ghyaru, a traditional village inhabited by the Gurung community. We keep marching as a way of switchback trail till Ngawal from where we make a descent before reaching Manang. 

     

  • Day Ten: Manang to Yak kharka. ( 4050m) Trekking time: 4 to 5 hrs.

    From Manang the trail takes us upward to the village of Tengi above, then we continue leaving the Marsyangdi Valley side; heading for the JarsangKhola making gradual progress concerning about an altitude sickness which can be a fun cutter. The trail moderately elevates as we pass a few summer pastures and scrub juniper climbing above Gunsang, an array of flat mud roofs just below the trail and continues to the small village of Ghyanchang where it drops to cross a tributary. Following a mini wooden bridge and reaching an ancient mani wall and there the beautiful village of Yak Kharka welcomes us.

  • Day Eleven Yak Kharka to Thorong phedi (4450m) Trekking time: 5 hrs

    Today we trek upwards to the 500 metered stations before we make to the pass waiting to tread the following day. The trial goes zigzag through the scrub growth to the rocky debris as we approach the high camp to spend a night.

     

  • Day Twelve: Thorong phedi to over Thorong pass (5416 m) to Muktinath (3760m) Trekking time: 7 to 8 hrs

    A journey of 1000m ascent and 1600m descent can be a moment to cherish for the rest of your life as this pass known as Thorong La pass is a trial between Thorong Peak (5416m) and a marvelous geographical structure of Yakwakang Cliffs (6482m) is a crowning point of this trek. Leaving the snowy peaks behind, we head for the thirsty valley of the Mustang to the west. We will keep marching with the sight of standing tall Dhaulagiri Mountain Range in the far horizon.
    Hiking upwards for the icy altitude will be tiresome but the steps that we take can be worthy as this is rewarded by the amazing views from the top. The climb down can be made as carefully as the ascent. Initially, the path comprises of loose gravel but later it converts into the rock solid part which makes it easier to walk through.
    The important Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage site of Muktinath will be reached in the late afternoon. Behind a very long surrounding wall and thousands of prayer flags is an oasis of springs, banyan and peepul trees with a Vishnu temple and a Buddhist shrine: a testament to the mutual religious harmony in Nepal. The Tibetan name for this place, Chu MigTsaGye, means ‘108 spring.’
    A further 10-minute walk leads to the bustling village of Ranipauwa and our tea house for the night. The region is collectively known as Muktinath. 

     

  • Day Thirteen: Muktinath to Kagbeni(2800m) Trekking time. 3 to 4 hrs

    Today we have to hike all along the vehicle road downward as there is no trekking trail. It can be dusty and noisy a bit as the number of pilgrimages from Nepal and India flocking to the Muktinath temple is increasing every day. We continue walking down passing Jhajarkot we can see the barren Kali Gandaki valley. On reaching Kagbeni where we call off our trek for a day, we can visit the centuries-old monasteries and explore. 

  • Day fourteen: Kagbeni to jomsom(2720m) Tgrekking time: 3 hrs

    The same busy and dusty road cut on the side of a barren hill leads us to the Jomsom. Jomsom is the headquarter of the Mustang region. It is a beautiful town famous for the locally made apple brandies and juices one must definitely give a go as we are completing our trek today and that’s an exciting excuse to celebrate. 

  • Day Fifteen: Jomsom to Pokhara (820m) Flight time. 25m.

    We board the flight to Pokhara today. Now Pokhara is the most beautiful city in Nepal and one can find lots of fun activities while being there. 

     

  • Day sixteen: Pokhara to Kathmandu (1360m) Driving time: 6 to 7 hrs or Flight time: 25 min’s

    And finally, the day has come to go back to the place where we started from. We have a choice of driving or taking a flight back to Kathmandu.

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Departure - Pisang Trek and Peak Climbing - 18 days

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Trip Includes/ Excludes

01 National park entry permit
02 Climbing permit, and Climbing equipment, two-night camping by Ten B.C.H.C. 
03 TIMS Card
04 English speaking trekking guide
05 Porter for carrying your luggage
06 Breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea coffee during the trekking part
07 Accommodations during the trekking part
08 Flight ticket and Transport by car 
09 Insurance for staff
10 Airports pick up and drop 
11 Kathmandu  Pokhara 3*** star category hotel with B.B.
12 seasonable fresh fruits
13 Kathmandu to Besishahar by car, and Jagat by local Jeep.
14 Jomsong to Pokhara by Flight, Pokhara to Kathmandu by car

 

01 Personal equipment for trekking gear
02 Personal insurance for travel to Nepal
03 Emergency rescue evacuation
04 Personal expenses
05 Gratuities (tips)
06 Bar bills, mineral water on the trek

 

Tour Notes - Pisang Trek and Peak Climbing - 18 days

If you are interested to do after trekking more like city tour paragliding, boating or cycling let us know.
Also, if you would like to see Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha, go rafting or visit Chitwan National Park JUngle safari.
Please, tell us your desires and we will do our best arrange it for you.  

 

Equipment List

Important Equipment List 

01: Crampons ( with flat rather than cookie cutter frame rails)
02: Ice Axe w/ Leash (General mountaineering tool. Sizing is important under 5' 7'' Use a 60cm tool: 5'7''-6'1 Use a 65cm tool: over 6'1''Use a 70ccm tool. Too short is preferable to too long.
03: 40 ft 6 mm Perlong (For Prussiks or bring your glacier rig. 
04: Alpine Climbing Harness (Harness should fit over all clothing; has gear loops, adjustable leg loops and be reasonable and comfortable to hang suspended in.
05:  Carabeens (2 large pear or D-shaped locking. 2 stander Ovels or D's.
06: Climbing helmet (Must be adjustable toft, with or without or balaclava on.
07: one ascender (Recommended left or right hand.
08: Sky or trekking poles (Snow baskets required. Helpful for balance when carrying a heavy pack or if you have knee problems.
09: Double plastic climbing boot.
10: Please make sure your gears fit around the plastic boot without being to tight around the boot.
 
Note:
Proper down Jacket, sleeping bag, walking pole, Sun protect hat, sun cream, sunglass, etc are important stuff so we advise you to bring your own. If not we can arrange to hire for you for a reasonable price.
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