Yala Peak Climbing

USD 1,755
  • Activities
    Yala Peak Climbing
  • Max Elevation
    5,500m at Yala Peak
  • Trip Duration
    16 Days
  • Trip Grade
    Technical Adventure
  • Lodging
    Tea House + Camping Trek
  • Meals
    Full Board on Trek & BB Plan on City
  • Transportation
    Private vehicle
  • Communication
  • Group Size
    Minimum 2
  • Best Season
    Autumn and Spring
  • Per Day Walk
    Approx. 4 - 7 hours

Yala Peak Climbing Highlights :

  • Experience the low-altitude peak climbing of the Yala Peak.
  • Panoramic views of the breathtaking Langtang range, including the Langtang Lirung, Shishapangma, and Dorje Lakpa.
  • Traversing the beautiful Langtang Valley offers an opportunity to explore unique cultures and topographies.
  • Reach Kyanjin Gompa, an amazing monstery surrounded by snow-capped mountains.
  • Yala Base Camp is surrounded by the magnificent Himalayan scenery, offering enchanting views of the mountains.
  • The challenging ascent with a mix of snow and rocky terrains.
  • Interact and learn the unique culture and traditions of the people of the Langtang region.

Yala Peak Introduction:

Yala Peak (5,500 meters / 18,044 feet) is situated near the Tibetan border in the Langtang region, as a part of Langtang Himal. Yala Peak climb in the Langtang region is an exhilarating expedition, including a trek through the magnificent Langtang Valley.

Yala Peak offers a unique blend of trekking and climbing experience. It allows the adventure enthusiast to experience the diverse landscapes and culture of the Langtang region. The entire Yala Peak climbing journey, including the trek and summit attempt, takes 13 to 16 days. Yala Peak climb is a favorable choice for those looking for a short-duration climbing experience in the Himalayas.

Yala Peak base camp is generally set at around 4800 meters (15,746 feet) as a strategic starting point for the climb. Trekkers often choose the Yala Peak trek and climb journey for scenic beauty and the opportunity to experience the Langtang region’s unique culture.

How long to climb Yala Peak?

The duration of climbing Yala Peak varies depending on the route, weather conditions, and the trekker’s capability. The Yala Peak climb generally takes 13 to 16 days, including the trekking duration, acclimatization, and ascent/descent days. This duration favors the gradual acclimatization to high altitudes, enhancing safety in the ascending journey.

Yala peak climbing is probably the easy and quick Peak Climbing journey. The standard itinerary designed by the Nepal Guide Treks for 16 days, including a free day at Kathmandu after completing a Peak climb adventure, ensures relaxing and comfortable trekking.

Best season to climb Yala Peak

The best season to climb Yala Peak is during the Spring and Autumn. These seasons are the most favorable times for trekking and climbing in the Himalayas, minimizing the risks of extreme temperatures and heavy precipitation.

Spring (April to June)

Weather conditions: Spring is the best time to climb Yala Peak due to the stable weather, moderate temperatures, and optimum visibility. The favorable weather conditions enable less risk of heavy rainfall, snowstorms, avalanches, and other natural calamities. Sharp observation of sturdy Himalayas in the clear blue skies and moderate temperatures overpowers the journey experience.

Temperature: The daytime temperature of the Spring season is suitable for the trek and climb. The temperature rises gradually during the day, enabling a comfortable trek and comparatively cooler nights at high altitudes. The moderate temperature facilitates the climb without the discomfort and risk of extreme cold conditions.

Floral beauty: Spring brings floral beauty to the surroundings with blooming flowers. The trekking trails are painted and decorated by the heavy bloom of Spring. Trekking in a charming environment with Rhododendron and wildflowers blooming all around enhances the scenic beauty and Yala Peak climb experience.

Autumn (September to November)

Stable weather: Autumn is the post-monsoon season, with stable weather conditions. Autumn offers clear skies and greater visibility of the Himalayas in the Langtang region. The April weather is characterized by reduced precipitation, which offers relatively dry and unwavering climbing sections.

Dry trails: Lower precipitation favored by the autumn weather conditions minimizes the risk of slippery trails. The dry and steady trails reduce the potential challenges like accidents and injuries. The optimal conditions for climbing Yala Peak are possible due to the clean and unwet trekking and climbing routes.

Temperatures: The pleasant daytime temperature in Autumn offers favorable climbing conditions. The warm days add comfort in climbing without the need for heavy clothes. Likewise, favorable weather conditions allow climbers to relieve the weight of extra-heavy waterproof and windproof jackets. The lighter clothing and reduced coldness make the mountain climb comfortable and enjoyable.

For more information about Yala Peak Climbing essential gears and equipment, please visit: Peak Climbing Gears and Equipment and Essential Tools & Gear for Trekking

  • Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu [1345m/4411ft] and transfer to Hotel.

    Our representative (tour operator) will meet you at the airport. A private vehicle, arranged by us, will transfer you from the Airport to your hotel in Kathmandu. Upon reaching the hotel, the staff will help facilitate check-in and provide information about your stay. Meet your fellow trekking members and join in the short orientation. The pre-briefing session provides the journey details, including equipment, food and accommodation, safety guidelines, and relevant information. After the initial orientation, take your free time to rest and enjoy your evening with the taste of typical Nepali food.

  • Day 02: Sightseeing at Kathmandu

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    Visit Kathmandu’s major cultural and historical sites as this city is rich in architectural heritage, with the finest crafts. Explore the popular historic sites of the Kathmandu Valley, including Durbar Squares, Swayambunath stupa, Pashupatinath temple, Bouddhanath stupa, Thamel, etc. Traveling in a private vehicle, our knowledgeable local guide provides religious and traditional insights during the sightseeing days. Sightseeing day allows you to immerse yourself in the city’s cultural richness. Have a fantastic launch break at a local restaurant, trying and experiencing the local food culture. After exploring the nearby areas, make any last-minute preparations.

  • Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche [1966m/6448ft] [7-8 hrs Drive]

    Take a scenic drive from Kathmandu to Dhunche for an amazing Yala Peak trekking. The route heads north from Kathmandu towards the Langtang region. The drive passes through winding roads to enchanting landscapes and traditional villages. It usually takes 7 to 8 hours from Kathamandu to reach Dhunche; however, the drive duration can vary based on road conditions.

  • Day 04: Trek from Dhunche to Thulo Syabru [2250m/7380ft] [4-5 hrs Trek]

    Dhunche is the starting point for several treks in the Langtang region, including the Yala Peak trek. The Dhunche to Thulo Syabru trek is a scenic journey in the Langtang region, varying from forested areas to open landscapes. The journey crosses vast dense forests, terraced farmlands, and traditional settlements. As you proceed to enter the Langtang National Park with the necessary permits, exploring the vegetation and wildlife of the region is a captivating journey.

  • Day 05: Trek from Thulo Syabru to Lama Hotel [2470m/8101ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    Trek from Thulo Syabru offers magnificent views with diverse terrains, including rocky paths and uphill and downhill sections. The trail usually descends, passing bamboo forests and crossing suspension bridges. Continue the trek, passing through the picturesque landscape to reach the Lama Hotel. It is a common resting point at a lower altitude than Thulo Syabru, offering an overnight stay.

  • Day 06: Trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang Village [3330m/10922ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    The trek from Lama Hotel to Langtang village involves a gradual ascent, passing Rhododendron and alpine forests. Explore the variety of flora and fauna along the way and the amazing view of Langtang Lirung. Reach the Langtang Village, a traditional Tamang Village offering teahouse accommodations. Interact with the local Tamang communities to gain insights into their way of living and visit nearby monasteries to know the unique culture and traditions of the region.

  • Day 07: Trek from Langtang Village to Kyangjin Gompa [3870m/12693ft] [3-4 hrs Trek]

    Langtang Village to Kyanjin Gompa trek is rewarding with its scenic beauty. You traverse through the bank of the Langtang River and ascend gradually. Continue trekking through the alpine landscapes, passing yak pastures, and enjoying the panoramic views of nearby mountains. Reach Kyanjin Gompa, a key acclimatization point and a significant religious site of a region.

  • Day 08: Rest/Acclimatization Day at Kyangjin Gompa. Hike to Tserko-Ri [4,985m/16350ft] & back to Kyangjin Gompa.

    You can explore the cultural and religious aspects of the Kyanjin Gompa on the rest day. Understand the local way of life in the region and visit the monastery for religious insights. You can hike Tserko Ri, a nearby viewpoint that offers stunning views of Langtang Valley and outstanding surrounding peaks. Take short hikes in the area to aid the acclimatization.

  • Day 09: Trek from Kyanjin Gompa to Yala Base Camp [4600m/15088ft] [5-6 hrs Trek]

    The trek to Yala base Camp from Kaynjin Gompa is a part of the Yala Peak expedition. The trek ascends into high-altitude terrain involving rocky and steep sections. Gaining altitude may prevail the risk of altitude sickness, so acclimatize and ascend gradually. Reach the Yala Peak Base Camp and set the camp against an awe-inspiring backdrop of towering peaks. Yala base camp is where the climbers prepare to ascend the peak.

  • Day 10: Summit Yala Peak [5500m/18040ft] and back to Yala Base Camp [7-8 hrs Climb]

    After the necessary preparations like instructions review, weather updates, and finalizing the gear, begin the climb. Summiting the Yala Peak is a strenuous but satisfying experience. Ensure enough time to climb, starting early and navigating through technical sections of ice and snow. Reach the summit of Yala Peak with a profound sense of accomplishment and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Langtang Himalayas. Capture photographs and celebrate the success of summiting the Peak. Begin descent back to Yala Base Camp, navigating through the high-altitude terrains. Take some time for rest and recovery, and have a final night at the Yala base camp.

  • Day 11: Trek from Yala Base Camp to Langtang Village [5-6 hrs Trek]

    The trek involves descending from the high-altitude Base camp to Langtang Village. Descend gradually, retracing the route of ascent. The trek takes you back to the Langtang village, where you had previously made a stop.

  • Day 12: Trek from Langtang Village to Lama Hotel [5-6 hrs Trek]

    Descend through the charming Langtang Village back to the Lama Hotel. You can check into the teahouses or lodges and rest, enjoying the local meal. Have cultural interactions with the Tamang localities of the Langtang region.

  • Day 13: Trek from Lama Hotel to Syabrubesi [1467m/4811ft] [6-7 hrs Trek]

    The Lama Hotel to Syabrubeshi is the final trek of the Yala Peal Climb journey. Continue descending till you reach the Sybarubeshi, a bustling hub. Stay at the best teahouse accommodations, reflecting on the journey.

  • Day 14: Drive from Syabrubesi back to Kathmandu [7-8 hrs Drive]

    Concluding the trek, drive back to Kathmandu, passing the scenic landscapes on winding mountain roads with twists and turne. Witnessing the panoramic views of hills and valleys, navigate the mountain terrains. Reaching Kathmandu, you will be transferred to your hotel, indicating the end of the expedition adventure.

  • Day 15: Free day at Kathmandu

    Grab the opportunity to relax and explore the city further. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage sites, temples, and local markets. Enjoy traditional Nepali launches at local restaurants and Newari cuisine for unique food taste. Explore the vibrant streets for souvenirs and soak into the city’s lively atmosphere.

  • Day 16: Transfer to the International Airport for departure.

    Our private transportation facilitates your transfer from your hotel to the International airport for departure. Safely return to your home country with the satisfaction of Himalayan mountaineering in the Langtang region, provided by the Yala Peak Climb. Provide your precious feedback about the service and Yala Peak Climbing adventure to improve and ensure a positive experience for future trekkers.

What's included?
  • Necessary climbing and trekking permits
  • Airport transfers to and from your hotel
  • Accomodation during the trek and your stay in Kathmandu
  • Meals with BB (Bed and Breakfast) plan during the hotel stay in Kathmandu
  • All kinds of meals during the trek and climb
  • Professional guide and support staff, including porters and cooks.
  • Climbing equipment
  • First aid kits
  • Domestic flights or ground transportation
  • Necessary paperwork fees
  • Government taxes
What's not included?
  • International flights(air ticket cost)
  • Visa fees and travel insurance
  • Monument entry fee in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses
  • Medical expenses(vaccinations and medications)
  • Optional activities(side trips beyond itineraries)
  • Personal climbing gears
  • Equipment rental
  • Additional meals or snacks
  • Tips and gratuities

The given rates are per person with guaranteed departure schedules. If the given dates are not appropriate for you, please feel free to contact us for requesting a new dates, we will gladly personalize the itinerary and schedule of the trip that fits for you.

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Difficulties of Yala Peak Climbing

Yala peak climbing presents several challenges, such as high altitude, unpredictable weather, technical terrains, physical demands, altitude sickness, and acclimatization. Prior preparation and awareness regarding the potential challenges are essential to cope effectively.

Challenging weather conditions

Technical aspects like ice and rock sections demand climbing skills, and physical endurance is required for trekking and climbing. The high-altitude Himalayan weather is uncertain and changes rapidly. Weather being adverse can invite extreme coldness with strong blizzards impacting the Yala Peak climb safety and visibility.

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness is a major concern at high altitudes mountain climbs. Altitude sickness can prevail during the Yala Peak climb owing to its significant height of 5500 meters. The ascent to the high elevations involves a rapid decrease in atmospheric pressure and lower oxygen levels, which leads to altitude sickness. Climbers must follow the gradual ascents with acclimatization at the intermediate altitudes to adjust to the increasing heights. Eat nutritious foods, stay hydrated, and maintain a slow pace to prevent potential sickness.

Remote location

Yala Peak is located in a relatively remote area of the Langtang region of the Himalayas. Emergency services and medical support are hard to approach. Essential precautions must be followed beforehand. The journey to Yala Peak takes you through remote and pristine landscapes, including the traditional villages and high mountain valleys. The Langtang region is comparatively less crowded than the rest of the trekking trails of the Himalayas. Yala Peak trek provides a sense of isolation and remote trekking experience in a tranquil environment. Remoteness is directly linked with the limited availability of facilities, which results in the more basic accommodation along the way.

Avalanche risk

There’s a potential risk of avalanches while climbing the Yala Peak. The Langtang region is known for its mountainous terrains with the presence of snow and ice. Steep slopes with a considerable accumulation of snow and changing weather conditions contribute to the avalanche risk. Trekkers must be aware of the local climate with essential precautions for adverse weather conditions. Checking regular updates of weather forecasts and use of avalanche safety equipment helps to improve safety during the Peak climb.

Food and accommodation

The Yala Peak climb journey involves staying in the teahouse and lodges along the trail. Teahouses are the basic guesthouses that provide you with meals and lodging. Seasonal vegetable meals, noodles, soup, and other variety of food options are available during the stay along the trail. Be prepared for the simple, locally prepared meals and embrace the local cuisine for a more authentic food experience. Teahouses usually offer healthy meals to replenish energy after long hours of trekking.

Likewise, the teahouses offer simple but cozy rooms with fundamental conveniences. A shared bedroom facility is widely available in the teahouse accommodation. The traditional atmosphere is found in the teahouse food and accommodation, with a unique blend of cultural immersion and relaxation. As the climbing journey involves setting up base camp, the camping accommodation involves tenting nights. Camping provides a unique and classic experience with more connection to nature.

Tips for Yala Peak Climbing

Climbing Yala Peak successfully requires careful attention and thorough preparation. Some tips to enhance the experience of the Yala peak climb with optimum safety are,

Before climb

  • Emphasize physical fitness and strength with consistent cardiovascular and endurance training.
  • To avoid altitude-related sickness, spend enough time acclimatizing to the altitude.
  • Acquaint yourself with fundamental mountaineering skills if you have limited climbing experience.
  • Test the condition of climbing geras before the limb for better safety.
  • Check the weather updates before and during the trek to be safe from the variable weather of the high-altitude regions.

During the climb

  • Stay well hydrated as dehydration can exacerbate teh altitude issues.
  • Carry high-energy snacks for quick boosts during the climb.
  • Maintain a steady pace to preserve energy.
  • Adhere and follow the guide’s information and instructions as they are familiar with the terrains.

Safety considerations

  • Be informed of the emergency evacuation plan and communication procedures in case of unpredicted situations.
  • Be attentive to physical conditions and communicate health issues to guides.
  • Backup plans in case of adverse weather conditions.

After climb

  • Allow time for rest and recovery.
  • Reflect on the climb journey and experiences.
  • Share constructive feedback with guides or trekking agencies for improvements in service for further climbs.

Requirements for Yala Peak climbing


Experience is important for high-altitude peak climbing, including the Yala Peak. Familiarity with the high altitude conditions helps in acclimatization. The chance of becoming prone to altitude sickness is minimized due to proper hydration practice. The practical knowledge of climbing equipment usage ensures safety during the challenging climb of Yala Peak. Experience improves the decision-making ability of climbers during unpredictable and worst mountain environments.

The weather and terrain vary drastically in the mountains, requiring the ability of climbers to adapt to the challenges. Experience helps to develop mental resilience, which is crucial for overcoming physical and mental challenges during ascents. The knowledge gained through the experience enhances safety and leads to the success of the Yala Peak climbing. The climbers opting to climb the Yala Peak should have basic mountaineering techniques. It is advantageous to have previous experience in high-altitude trekking and mountaineering.

Physical fitness

The climb of Yala Peak demands strength and endurance. Physical fitness is crucial for any mountain climb, including the Yala Peak. Cardiovascular fitness is prioritized for the climb by engaging in aerobics and activities that elevate your heart rate. Climbers face challenging Himalayan terrains, high altitudes, and unpredictable weather conditions during the climb, requiring a healthy and fit body to overcome. Being physically fit and active reduces fatigue and enhances the overall mountain climbing performance. Proper physical fitness with a mentally fit body is essential to summit the Yala Peak.

Gears and equipments

The Yala Peak climb requires specialized gear for safety and success. Beyond the trekking journey, you will be summiting the Peak. The climb requires some mountaineering equipment, which helps you successfully navigate the steep sections and icy barriers. Climbers should be comfortable with the challenges of high-altitude trekking and climbing and know how to use basic climbing equipment. The climbing gear helps pass through the hurdles, striking the peak climbing journey. The reasons to require the use of specific gear and equipment for the Yala Peak climb are;

  1. Helmets: To protect against falling objects and prevent head injuries.
  2. Climbing boots: To provide grip on varying surfaces like ice, snow, and steep rocky sections. Insulated and rigid, providing support and warmth in harsh conditions.
  3. Crampons: Metal spikes attached to boots for traction on ice and snow.
  4. Harness: Essential for connecting to ropes and safety purposes. It is worn cinched at the waist and secured around the thighs, which attach the climbers to the rope.
  5. Ice-axes: Required for stability in icy and snowy terrains.
  6. Climbing ropes: Used for belaying, rappelling, and safety.


Permits are essential for any Himalayan adventure in Nepal. The permits required to climb the Yala Peak are generally two kinds;

Langtang National Park Entry Permit: Yala Peak is located in the Langtang region, requiring the Langtang National Park Permit. The permit is required to enter the National Park trek through, to reach the Yala Peak. Generally, the permit fee for Langtang National Park is NPR 3,000, which is around 23 $. This amount helps contribute to the area’s conservation.

TIMS card: A TIMS card is often required for trekking in the Himalayan region. It helps to provide information about the whereabouts by tracking the trekkers. It enables the trekker’s safety in emergencies by providing necessary information for rescue purposes. The TIMS card fee is NPR 2000, which is around $15.

How high is the Yala Peak?

Yala Peak is 5,500 meters / 18,044 feet high. Yala Peak trek leads to the summit of Yala Peak through an adventurous trekking route in the Langtang region.

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Prakash Devkota

Meet with Prakash Chandra Devkota, Managing Director and Team Leader

Mr. Devkota hails from the beautiful hilly region of Gorkha District. He started his career as a guide in 1997 and quickly became a reputed figure in the Tourism Industry because of his extensive experience. He has gathered impressive experience in all Trekking and Climbing Routes, such as Mera, Island, Lobuche, Ama Dablam etc.

His success also lies in his brilliant mind and hospitable nature. He is fully dedicated to providing excellent services and introducing innovative concepts. With more than 15 years of experience in trekking and expedition operations in Nepal, Tibet, India, and Bhutan, he has earned a reputation as a renowned leader in the field. He understands the importance of personalized service for creating memorable experiences for his clients and constantly seeks innovative company operation methods.

Mr. Devkota has always been an avid practitioner of eco-friendly tourism and has always promoted environmental conservation throughout his career. He motivates his staff to embrace eco-friendly tourism through responsible tourism practices.

GLIMPSES OF   Yala Peak Climbing

Langtang Valley View
Langtang Village
Yala Peak High Camp 4600 m
Yala Peak Climbing
Yala Peak Summit at 5500 m

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