Yala Peak Climbing

15 days

“a superb adventure around beautiful Langtang valley within Central Himalaya”


“Phenomenal scenery of Central Himalaya range of mountains with beautiful Langtang valley
Adventure on top stunning Yala Peak climbing with breathtaking views of snow-clad peaks
Country of snow leopard and elusive red panda within pristine alpine forest
A moderate trek and climb with super views of Langtang-Jugal Himal to massive Ganesh Himal
Walking around Tamang heritage trail of immense old Buddhist cultural villages”

Trip Profile:

Trip Mode:                  Hotel-Lodge on treks with camping on climb.
Trek Grade:                 Leisure to moderate with ups and downhill walks.
Peak Grade:                PD less technical effort, as per French / Swiss Alpine Climbing System.
Activities:                    Sightseeing tour- interesting drive and scenic trek and climb.
Highest Altitude:         3,870 m at Kyanjin and 5,732 m on top Yala Peak.
Trek & Climb:              11 Nights and 12 Days (Syabrubesi to Syabrubesi)
Total Trip:                   14 Nights and 15 Days (Kathmandu to Kathmandu)
Season:                        Nepal for all Seasons (July to August wet months with monsoon rains).
March and April- October to February best months with clear blue sky
March to May wild flowers in full bloom.


Nepal Holiday Organizer offers an outstanding adventure around beautiful Langtang valley where the scenery of mountains and landscapes are breathtaking on this phenomenal Yala Peak Climbing adventure.

A great adventurous holiday for all where beginners and veteran climbers can take part in this fantastic journey to Central Himalaya, where Yala Peak located around scenic Langtang valley enclosed with range of snow peaks.

Yala Peak at 5,732 m and 18,806 m high with easy and moderate grade as PD ‘Per Diffcule’ classified from French and Swiss Alpine Climbing system, the grading means a straight forward climb with less technical difficulties, where walk leads on ice and glaciers.

Yala Peak climbing, an ideal small mountain for climbers to practice before joining other major mountaineering expeditions, and the right mountain for beginners in climbing to get the taste of Himalayan environment in the harmony of pristine wilderness surrounding.

Our adventure starts from Kathmandu taking an overland drive which is quite exciting with views of dramatic landscapes and farm villages to reach cooler alpine areas at Langtang Himal region of Rasuwa district habituated mostly by Tamang tribe of high hills of central Himalaya.

Walk leads through traditional Tamang villages of Syabrubesi-Langtang village and at picturesque Kyanjin Gompa around beautiful Langtang valley with marvelous views of Langtang Himal range of peaks with Jugal and Ganesh Himal.

After much preparation and rest day to explore the valley our actual adventure leads beyond Langtang valley for adventurous Yala Peak climb with great support of our expert guides.

After conquering the height of above 5,732 m and 18,806 m on top of Yala Peak, then return back to the road-head at Syabrubesi for the drive to Kathmandu, after a wonderful and fascinating time on Langtang trek and Yala Peak Climbing.

Outline Itinerary:

Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu 1,315m and transfer o hotel.
Day 02: In Kathmandu with sightseeing tour at places of interest.
Day 03: Drive to Syabrubesi 1,460m – 07 hours journey.
Day 04: Trek to Lama Hotel 2,470m – 06 hours.
Day 05: Trek to Langtang Village 3,430m – 06 hours.
Day 06: Trek to Kyanjin Gompa 3,870m- 04 hours.
Day 07: In Kyanjin Gompa rest day for acclimatization with short hike.
Day 08: Trek to Yala Peak Base Camp.
Day 09: Trek & Climb to Yala Summit 5,732 m / 18,806 ft to base camp.
Day 10: Reserve and contingency day in case of unfavorable weather conditions.
Day 11: Return to Kyanjin Gompa – 05 hrs.
Day 12: Trek to Lama Hotel – 06 hrs.
Day 13: Trek to Syabrubesi – 05 hrs.
Day 14: Drive back to Kathmandu and transfer to hotel.
Day 15: Final International departure homeward bound.

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