Yala Peak is a fabulous mountain located on the northern side of Kathmandu. It is situated nearby the Tibetan border with an altitude of 5732 m above sea level. This peak belongs to the Langtang region.
The question always arises in the mind of every trekker why choose the Yala Peak climbing in Nepal as other popular trekking and climbing destinations like Everest base camp are there. Because it is very close to the Kathmandu valley so, it is the cheapest and easiest climbing destination in Nepal. The climbers do not need to pay the expensive amount for the local plane. They do not need to face the tiring bus riding as well. Besides, Yala Peak meets certain conditions such as it is an easy and non-technical climbing destination. It is the perfect destination for those who have the first expedition to Nepal Himalayas and also for the trekkers who already engage in the simple trekking activity in Nepal but have a strong desire to summit the peaks to see them closer and original mountains views. The Yala Peak displays the beautiful soaring peaks like Langtang ranges including Langtang Lirung (7234 m) and the Shisapanga Mountain (8027 m). The Tibetan views from the peak of Yala are amazing.
It’s a Yala Peak Langtang package. It includes the two different activities in a single itinerary such as Langtang trekking and Yala Peak Climbing. The former is one of the beautiful regions with ethnic Tamang communities. Their hospitality is admirable who follow the Tibetan culture. While the latter offers panoramic views of towering peaks.
The trek begins after having a drive to Syaphrubesi from Kathmandu. This trail follows the Langtang Valley trekking route. It goes along the Langtang National Park in the beginning. The continual ascending through the pasture takes you to the meadows of Khyanjin. After summiting to the top of the Yala peak, the trail descends from the Upper Langtang Valley and follows the previous route till to Syaphrubesi and also retrace the same roadways to Kathmandu.
At last, Yala Peak Climbing is an excellent activity for mountaineering beginners.