Yala Peak is one of the most beautiful peaks in the Langtang region- less crowded trekking and climbing trail in Nepal.
The Yala Peak climbing is still an ultimate climb for those who the mountains, this climb is one of the nontechnical climbs in Nepal and it is ideal for beginner climbers located in the famous Langtang region, the third popular trekking routes after Everest and Annapurna in Nepal. As this beautiful peak stands at a height of 5500m above sea level, The summit is renowned for being an excellent viewpoint giving those at the summit a true experience of being high up in the remote Himalayas with few people around you, it is truly a lifetime journey, from the top of Yala, you will be rewarding the magnificent 360-degree views of the whole Langtang massif, the sounds of achievement and relish a stunning view of Langtang Lirung (7227m), Dorje Lakpa (6966m), and Shishapangma (8046m), and Gangchempo (6388m), truly make your climb worthwhile. This amazing two-week adventure trekking through the most beautiful land of the Himalayas, lush forest, and exploring the unique local culture and lifestyle bestow you the best of the life.
During the hike to Kyanjing Gomba before approaching for your final push to the Yala peak summit, you will be staying at several settlements of the Lama people, the heart of the Himalayas with kind-hearted people where you will be thrilled to see the culture and traditions as well as get a chance to explore their unique lifestyle throughout the journey.
How to Get Langtang Valley for the Yala Peak Climbing
As we know, the Langtang is one of the closest national parks from Kathamndu valley, which is about 150 km away and that takes 5-6 hours to reach Syabrubesi the start of the Langtang valley trek by local bus or jeep ride from the valley. Getting to Langtang is quite simple and does not involve any internal flights the vehicles are the only options. From there the pleasant hiking towards the beautiful places of Lama Hotel, Langtang village, and Kanjing Gompa, the last place of the trek that we can stay at the local tea house, bypassing these amazing local rural villages, you will get a chance to observe their lifestyle, rich culture, and tradition. Many Mani walls, monasteries, and Chortens decorated with colorful prayer flags are reached during the trek. A day’s rest in Kyanjin Gompa, the most sacred monastery in this region, to climb Tserko Ri (5011m) prepares you for climbing the summit of Yala Peak (5500m), this guided climbing, you will have done several -time trains in the base camp for climbing and using the climbing gears before approaching for the final push.
Furthermore, as a what tops off an already good thing, the journey to the summit is an unreal experience through picturesque scene & beautiful small villages, come back to the home with a sense of great achievement and carrying the memory for last-long.