Yala Peak is a part of Langtang Himal which sits in the central part of Nepal that is very close to the Tibetan border. Yala Peak Climbing is one of Nepal’s easier peak climbing that does not require any technical training.
Standing at the height of 5520 meters, Yala Peak Climbing is an amazing beginners mountaineering trip lying north to the Kathmandu Valley. Yala Peak Climbing involves walking through the dense forest and diverse traditional settlements of the Langtang region. The base camp of Yala Peak stands at the height of 4500 meters, from where you will have majestic views of Langtang Lirung, Lenpo Gang, Dorje Lakpa, and the great Sishapangma lying on the Tibetian side.
Yala Peak Climbing is a short peak climbing expedition that is most suitable for the ones who want to conquer the Himalayan summit but have a shortage of time. It not only provides you with adventurous trekking but also a thrilling peak climbing experience.
Your journey to Yala Peak climbing starts from a drive from Kathmandu to Dunche. On this journey, you will walk through some of the beautiful places of the Langtang region such as Lama Hotel, Langtang Village and Kyangjing Gompa. The Gompas, Chortens, Mani Walls and colorful prayer flags along the trails are some of the major attractions of Yala Peak climbing. This non-technical and comfortable peak climbing adventure is best suited for everyone with decent physical fitness and trekking experience.
Overall, Yala Peak Climbing can be the best option to stand among the great Himalayas and experience the beauty of the Langtang region. If you are planning on climbing the Yala Peak, Nepal Peak Climbing (Exciting Nepal) is there to help you. We can provide you with a well- experienced guide who will provide you with special training and techniques regarding peak climbing. You can contact us if you need any help or have any queries about your trip.
When is the Best Time for Yala Peak Climbing?
The best time for Yala Peak Climbing is during Autumn and Spring seasons. Autumn falls in the month of September, October, and November whereas Spring falls in the month of March, April, and May.
The reason autumn and spring are considered the best time for Yala Peak Climbing is because the weather and temperature of the Langtang region are very favorable during these seasons. Both autumn and spring offer a suitable environment for trekking and peak climbing expedition.
Similarly, you can expect minimum rainfall during this time as Autumn is the post-monsoon period and spring is the pre-monsoon period. The weather of the Langtang region is neither too hot nor too cold during autumn and spring which makes it favorite among different trekkers.
Altitude Chart of Climbing Yala Peak
Day 01 :Pick up from the Int’L Airport, transfer to Hotel.
Day 02 :Preparation day.
Day 03 :Kathmandu to Dhunche by bus or Jeep(1966m) Lodge.
Day 04 :Dhunche to Tholu syabru (1860m) Lodge.
Day 05 :Tholu syabru to Lama Hotel (2380m) Lodge.
Day 06 :Lama Hotel to Langtang Village (3500m) Lodge.
Day 07 :Langtang Village to Kyangjing Gomba (3800m) Lodge.
Day 08 :Rest in Kyangjing Gomba for Acclimatization. Lodge.
Day 09 :Yala Base Camp (4500m) Camp.
Day 10 :Summit (5732m).and Base Camp.
Day 11 :Return back to kangjing Gumpa (3800m) Lodge.
Day 12 :Return to lama Hotel (2380m) Lodge.
Day 13 :Sayabru Besi (1420m) Lodge.
Day 14: Sayabru Besi to Kathmandu by Jeep.