Yala peak climbing is easy trekking peak climbing in Nepal. The trekking peak is lies in Langtang region. Yala Peak with the elevation of 5,520 m is the easiest peak to climb.
Yala Peak climbing is a non-technical and relatively easy and short peak climbing in Langtang range. The trekking peak is best for novice climbers. It is the best option to climb over the Himalayan peak to explore the great vintage of Shishapangma and other mountains in Langtang, Manaslu and Annapurna range.
Yala Peak Climbing Trip
Yala peak climbing trips starts from Kathmandu by a jeep or public bus ride. After checking the necessary gears list with some packing foods for base camp, the trip starts from Kathmandu to Syburbesi along the Trishuli Highway. The trekking route passes through dense forest and traditional ethnic settlements via the Lama Hotel, Langtang village and Kenjin Gompa which are the major highlights of Langtang trekking route. You will have stunning views of many beautiful mountains – Lantang Lirung (7246m), Lenpo Gang 7083m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m) and mighty Shishapangma (8027m) on the Tibetan side. Thus this 2 weeks long trekking peak climbing in Langtang region is one of the best option to have the climbing experience in short time duration in the Himalayas.
Who Can Climb?
Yala peak climb is taken as easy climbing peak. So physically fit trekkers who has general idea of peak climbing can climb over the peak. It requires not much technical knowledge of climbing. If you have high desire of climbing peak, you can easily climb the Yala Peak.
Our airport representative will be waiting outside the airport terminal a few meters from the exit door. Please check your name at play card. He will bring you to hotel in Kathmandu. The drive from the airport to the hotel is around 20 minutes
You’ll have the chance today to meet others in your peak climbing party as well as your tour leader! Do some side seen around Kathmandu then meeting together will consist of an initial meeting and discussion of last-minute preparations. This is the time to pick up anything that may have escaped your home packing list – trekking and mountaineering supplies are readily available in the city.
We hit the road today with a lengthy but scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabru Bensi, where our trek originates. Our road follows the Trishuli River Valley through pretty Dhunche. White and green are the predominate colors of this trip: distant snow-capped mountains in the background, and verdant hillocks and valleys up close! Upon arrival at Syabrubesi, we’ll check into our teahouse lodging.
Today is our first official day of trekking. After breakfast, we depart from Sybrubesi, following the Bhote Koshi River, which originates in Tibet, and the Langtang Khola. The trail ascends and descends simultaneously through forested route and crosses a bridge over the Langtang Khola (Small River). Later we climb on a steep trail that takes us to popular stopover of Lama Hotel and check into another cozy teahouse for the night.
Another day of vigorous walking is ahead of us as we start seriously ascending up the mountain. The hearty exercise comes with the attendant reward of fantastic scenery as we went our way through forests of pink and white rhododendron, hemlock, and oak high above the Langtang Khola. We’ll pass Ghodatabela as our halfway point, and end up in Langtang Village, the heart of Langtang National Park. The village is rife with flat-topped Tibetan-style lodgings, crop fields, and yak grazing grounds.
A large Mani wall greets us on the initial leg of our trek today, with the small village of Mundu as our first significant landmark. We’ll be treated to the sight of ice flow trickling down multiple mountain peaks as we encounter panoramic Himalayan views. The air is definitely thinner at this altitude, and we’ll be sure to arrive at Kyanjin Gompa nice and early to begin our acclimatization process.
Today’s a day of rest and acclimatization, so we linger in Kyanjin Gompa and adjust to the altitude. The monastery for which the village is named is well-worth a visit, as is the renowned cheese factory. For those willing to stretch their legs, a short hike to Kyanjin Ri (behind the village) affords breathtaking panoramas of the Langtang peaks.
It’s a seven hour hike to the base camp of Yala Peak today, and then we’ll go over some climbing basics in advance of tomorrow’s summit.
We’ll start very early today, our long-awaited adventure day, to make the summit push for the top of Yala Peak! It’s a six hour round trip, with plenty of time at the top to take pictures of the soul-stirring Himalayan panoramas. After, we’ll return back to base camp for the night before starting our descent.
Our descent starts today, as we double back from the Yala Peak base camp to Kyanjin Gompa. You’ll be surprised how the mountain looks different from this perspective.
Take some time, as you’re descending the mountain, to stop and smell the literal flowers. The Langtang region is kissed by an abundance of Alpine flora, with violets, gentian, and edelweiss blooms forming sprawling carpets over the hills. It’s only a four hour trek back to Lama Hotel today, so you’ll have some time to wander the village and explore.
This is our last day on the mountain, and we spend it trekking six hours from Lama Hotel back to Syabrubesi. A notable milestone on our way today will be the Chilime Hydropower Power Plant of Sherpagaon, which powers the surrounding area. This is the land of the Tamang people, and it is a gorgeous one. If you are so inclined, tonight would be a great night to have a farewell party with your trekking group and guides. You’ve been through a lot together!
The time has come, at last, to rest your weary legs – today we drive back to Kathmandu the same way we came. Our return trip will offer your final glimpses of the mountains and all the beauty surrounding them. Upon arrival back in the capital, we’ll bring you back to your hotel for some much-needed relaxation.
There’s no better way to savor your last day in Nepal than to indulge in a leisurely sightseeing tour of Kathmandu’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites – and no easier way to get around than with us as your guides! Have your camera ready as we make the rounds of all the Kathmandu Valley has to offer: Durbar Square, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, and Pashupatinath, among others. As if that weren’t enough, let us treat you to dinner at one of the city’s best Nepalese restaurants. We’d love to hear your feedback on the trip.
Our Airport Representative will drop you at the International Airport as per your flight schedule.
- All hotel’s(B/B Plan) in City & Mountain area,
- All transport as our itinerary,
- All food(Breakfast, lunch & dinner) during trekking,
- All government taxes, National Park entry fees, TIMS & Peak climbing permits(Please bring 2 passport size photos for TIMS & Permit)
- Experience English speaking guide and support staff to carry your luggage (two guest = one porter (including their daily wages, life insurances, trekking equipment, food and accommodation).
- all camping staff & goods in climbing perioed,
- Trekking maps, Trekking poles, sleeping bag (if necessary, we provide)
- Medical support: emergency first aid kit carried.
- Water & any other kind of Drinks.
- lunch & dinner in kathmandu,
- Tips for guide and porters,
- Additional costs in case of emergency (You must have adequate travel insurance to cover any kind of emergencies),
- Personal expenses, any other unforeseen expenses and trekking equipment.
- Services not mentioned herein