Standing at 5500 meters approx, Yala Peak is one of the Nepal’s easier trekking peaks, situated to the north of Kathmandu in the beautiful Langtang valley. This summit is renowned for being an excellent vantage point from which Shisapangama (8,013m), the highest mountain lies wholly in Tibet and smallest of the eight thousanders family can be seen. An excellent tailor made novice trekking peak circuit, ideal for, passionate climbers looking for a rewarding peak climbing experience in the Langtang region.
Yala Peak Climbing journey commences with a long drive of approx 8 to 9 hours from Kathmandu to Dhunche or Syabrubesi. During our interesting drive we are greeted by spectacular by excellent Trishuli gorges and glimpses of outstanding mountain vistas. Once we reach the starting point of our trek it leads us comfortably through farmlands, forested trails of Rhododendrons, coniferous trees, oak and bamboos as well. We leave behind this exciting trail following the Langtang River along with ascending the interesting grassland of Kyanjin Gompa (3,800m), where the glaciers meet the meadows. Here we get overwhelming glimpses of yak pasturelands with yak herds on a feeding frenzy engulfed under snowy backdrop of Langtang RI, Langtang Lirung (7,246m) Dorje Lakpa and few others. An excellent exploration trekking peak home to indigenous Tamang communities nestled around the Langtang National Park.
Yala Peak climbing is an exciting and easy grade trekking region for individuals having moderate level of fitness. Mountain Tiger Nepal allows you to explore this interesting trekking peak with best customized itineraries providing best value and meeting your expectations entirely.