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Yala Peak Climbing 14 Days

Yala Peak Climbing 14 Days

Highlights:

Adventure around beautiful Langtang Valley and to Yala Peak within pristine wilderness Explore traditional Tamang villages of great interesting Buddhist culture 

Custom Walk into enchanting and cool rhododendron-oaks-pines trees and bamboo groves 

Experience the rare and endangered Red Panda with another elusive mountain life Climb of stunning Yala Peak with glorious panorama of Central Himalaya range of peaks

Yala Peak is one of Nepal's easier trekking peaks; this is a climbing trip in the Langtang valley north of Kathmandu. Langtang Valley is a narrow valley lying just south of the main range of the Himalayas of awesome snowy pinnacles to the south. 


Langtang Lirung (7246m) is the one which dominates the Valley of the north. Gang Chhenpo (6388m) and Naya Kang (5848m) lie to the south and Dorje Lakpa (6966m) protects the East End of the Valley. In 1971, the Lantang area was declared as Nepal’s first Himalayan National park. Yala Peak is suited for anyone with less or more trekking experience. This 5500 meters peak is rested upon a beautiful valley of rich grazing pastures filled with the indigenous Tamang people. People with lesser mountaineering experience can climb Yala Peak.


The trek starts from Syabrubesi to the beautiful farmland, villages and forest of Rhododendron, conifer, bamboos, oaks and pines. During the spring season, the forest looks enchanting with warm beautiful flowers all around making the view so mesmerizing. After the passage from this fascinating scenery, we move through the narrow gorge of Langtang River. We follow the gorge of Langtang River  till we ascend to the large alpine grassland of Kyangin Gompa where the glacier and the meadow meet dramatically. 


Yaks can be seen grazing around within the snowy backdrops of Langtang Lirung, Dorjee Lakpa, Langtang Ri and different other unnamed mountains.


We drive to Dhunche or Syabru Bensi from Kathmandu and then trek up the valley for around four days. To help us acclimatize, we explore the Langshisa glacier establishing a high camp at 4800 meters from where we can start to make our climb to the Yala Peak. 


Under stars with the alpine start, we reach the summit by around late morning. You will be accompanied by an amazing experience and some amazing views into Tibet and across to Shisapangma. Shisapangma is the only 8000 meters peak which is situated wholly in Tibet. You’ll be able to explore through the Langtang National Park and home of the Tibetan looking people - The Tamang tribe.



Yala Peak Climbing 14 Days