Trip Details

  • Destination: Nepal

Yala peak (5,632 m.) is one another popular peak for climbing in Nepal, located in Langtang region.Yala peak is regarded to be one of the easiest peaks for having summit in comparison with other peaks in Nepal. Yala peak climbing trip is one of the frequently organized and combined trips along with other trekking packages in Langtang region. In order to have summit to Yala peak, you need no prior experience of climbing, rather if you have a goal have summit to the highest mountains, Yala peak climbing would be an opportunity to prepare oneself towards this. The prior experience is not necessary for Yala peak climbing does not mean, it is not risky. The successes of ascending on the peak very much depends upon the team you are being led. Nepal Adventure Team has long been operating and leading various peaks climbing team and we are well admired leading peak climbing trip with success rate. Thus, feel free to contact us, if you are willing to have any peak climbing trips including Yala peak.

Yala peak climbing trip is one of the most amazing trips primarily for those who are wishing to explore the magnificent views of majestic Langtang Himalayan range, experiencing of the trip through glaciers, sloppy and rocky hills full of snow, charming settlement of various ethnic groups residing alongside primarily of Tamang and Hyolmo indigenous peoples settlements. The region is frequently dobbed to be Tamang trail or Tamang heritage trail. Thus, Yala peak climbing trip is not mere limited on the making summit on the peak itself but exploring of the diverse culture and rituals as well as warmly cultural performances. Yala peak climbing trip begins with one day drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubensi and then the trail leads you through the settlement of Tamang ethnic community in Sybrubensi, Helambu and continues to Yala peak base camp, after making a successful ascend to the peak and capturing the scenic views of range of mountains located in the region. You will then descend down to Syabru Bensi and subsequently to Kathmandu.