Yala Peak (5,732 m) trip is most suitable for those who wish to stand on a Himalayan summit in about two weeks to have excellent trekking and peak climbing experience in Nepal. Yala Peak Climbing in Nepal is most suitable for those who wish to stand on a Himalayan summit but have limited time. It offers the best thrill of adventure trekking and peak climbing in the Langtang region. The Yala peak climb is non-technical. Prior climbing experience is not required; however, outdoor experience and a reasonably good fitness level are a must.
Yala Peak considers a relatively easier and non-technical climb astoundingly beautiful and serene and one of Nepal’s lowest trekking peaks to the beginner’s mountaineering trip. Located in the heart of the Langtang Himalayan range, it is a chance to experience unique traditions to mountain people and the best thrill of adventure trekking and peak climbing in the Langtang region. As your reach to peak, the rewards are immeasurable with the good views of panoramic mountains into Nepal and Tibet. This peak is often used as a warm-up for Naya Kanga on the opposite side of the valley.
The scenic drive from Kathmandu to Syabrubesi takes about 8 hours which is also your trekking starting point. After a couple of days of a trek up Langtang valley, we will witness beautiful forests and local villages. Savour the flavours of the woods and inhale the fresh, natural scents and immerse into the holy Kyanjin Gompa at the foot of Langtang Lirung (7,246 m). You can take a day’s rest to explore and soak yourself in the purity of Buddhist monasteries. Then our experienced guide will establish a high camp and provide necessary training before climbing. You will be enlightened to use the rope, crampons, ice axe, and other necessary gears. As you reach the top, you will be welcomed with dazzling peaks like Langtang Lirung(7,246 m), Lenpo Gang (7,083 m), Dorje Lakpa (6,990 m), Ganesh Himal, Naya Kanga on the Nepal side. Tibet side includes Gangchempo (6,388 m) and mighty Shishapangma (8,027 m). After a successful Yala Peak climb, we come back to Syabrubesi and drive back to Kathmandu.
Yala Peak Climbing is the best for the beginning, and ascent to this peak is spectacular but non-technical. But this peak will be a challenge for those people with no experience in walking into high altitudes. Previous winter walking/mountaineering skills such as using a walking axe and crampons are a bonus for this peak. But is not essential as the guides will offer training while you are trekking to the peak. You will have time to learn and practice the skills needed, such as clipping into a rope and walking safely with the group.
The mountains are dangerous to move in the abnormally hot, rainy, or cold season. Snowfall can be the reason for life’s end in winter. In this way, climbing a top in Nepal Himalayas is best in the spring and autumn seasons. Climbing in the autumn and spring season has high summit accomplishment records.
Spring is the significant climbing season for a wide range of pinnacles and travelling in Nepal. In spring, the climate is suitably warm, and the skies are clear. The benefits of rain or cloud are less compare to other times. The spring season is the best peak climbing season due to the warm climate, less snow kept. The spring season goes from March to May for a quarter of a year.
The autumn season begins in late September and finishes toward the beginning of December. It is the second-best and the perfect opportunity for a top climbing experience in Nepal. The delightful rich green slopes of the lower part of the mountains and the clear Himalayas are the significant features of this season. After the rainy season, the climate is cool enough for peak climbing. Not too cold and not too hot is the best an ideal opportunity for welcoming viewpoints of clear nature and an appropriate time for ascending the mountains.