Yala Peak Climbing 18-Days
Yala Peak climbing is among one of the lightest peaks in the Himalayan summit. It is best for the trekkers who want to stand in the zenith of Himalayas but have a limited time in hand. From the top of the Yala peak offers you the magnificent view of the Langtang region and mountains from the Langtang region.
Journey to Yala Peak Climbing
Your trek will start with a drive in the north-western hills of Kathmandu that will lead you to the Syabru. Your route will follow Trishuli River Valley through beautiful Dhunche Village, Trishuli Bazaar, and Betrawati providing you the gorgeous view of the snow-capped mountain along the way.
You will stay a night in Syabru and the next day your trek will begin from Syabru to Lama Hotel. Then you will trek towards Langtang. Further, the trail will lead you to the lush meadows of Ghoda Tabela (2,992m) crossing a stream and various water-driven mills. You will also go through the large village of Langtang.
After crossing several small streams with wooden cantilever bridges and moraines, you will see the monastery of Kyangin Gompa. There you can see the government-operated cheese factory. You will reach Kyangin Gompa village early which will give you time to acclimatize to the high altitude.
An attempt to the summit of Yala peak…
Today you will begin your Yala peak Climbing trek for Tserko Ri, after reaching there it will be the free day for you. Day 8th will be your trek to Yala Peak base camp (4,800m). You will get a wonderful view of Gangchempo, Naya Kang, Tserko Ri, and Yala Peak from the base camp. Later, you will stay a night there. The next day will be your attempt to the summit of Yala peak.
You will be familiarized with the further climbing process. The next day you will summit Yala Peak up to 5500m and rest for a day. Next morning you will climb further up to 6091m, there you will get the magnificent view of peaks around you. Later, return back to base camp after having some good time.
Next morning you will descend down to Ghoda Tabela following the Langtang Khola and stay there for a night. Your next trail will lead you to the Syabru through different Sherpa and Tamang village. Staying a night you will move to Dhunche crossing oak and rhododendron forests. The best season to go for a trek here is from March to May and September to May.
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