- Experience the amazing Yala Peak Climbing.
- Trek across the amazing Langtang Valley.
- Observe the Tibetan-influenced traditions and culture.
- Take great pleasure in the excursion and climbing with the local guides.
- Perceive a wide range of flora and fauna.
- Learn about the fascinating Sherpa way of life and culture prevailing in Langtang valley.
- Destination: Nepal
- Trip Grade: MODERATE TO STRENUOUS
- Activities: PEAK CLIMBING
- Altitude: Yala Peak (5,550 m)
- Best season: Autumn & Spring
- Transportation: Car/Van, Flight
- Accomodation: Hotel/Teahouse/Tented Camp
- Min Pack: 1 person
A thrilling and unforgettable experience in and of itself is taking a flight to Kathmandu. On a clear day, you will have a panoramic view of the snow-capped, high peaks.
One of our staff members will greet you as you leave the airport terminal. You will be transported to your hotel in a private vehicle. They will greet you when you arrive at the hotel, and then you can rest in your room.
Today, you will visit the world's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Boudhanath, Pasupatinath, and Moneky Temple. Then, after a brief excursion, you'll be taken to your hotel.
You'll go to a meeting where you will talk about your peak-climbing adventure.
Meeting your guide and other trekkers will give you the chance to talk about the gear needed for peak climbing. Later in the evening, you can go around the Thamel Bazar and buy your necessary things.
You will be picked up by our sherpa guide early in the morning and drive to Syabrubesi, which departs from Kathmandu and passes through the northwestern highlands of the valley. You will pass via Trishuli Bazar after taking in the breathtaking Himalayan scenery and settlements.
After lunch, you'll carry on traveling via Dhunche. You get the impression that you are moving toward deep land as you travel through Dhunche. In the monsoon season, some of the roads are rough and a little challenging. When you get to Dhunche, you'll descend to Syabrubesi.
The first section of the trail, which follows the Langtang Khola and enters a rich rhododendron forest, is on the first day of the walk. Following that, your trip gradually climbs to Rimche (2400m) via Bamboo (1960m), which is located at the bank of Langtang Khola.
The trail to the Lama Hotel is level toward the end. If you're lucky, you might spot red pandas, monkeys, and bears along the way. Since you will be crossing multiple river streams and spending the night at the tea house, the journey gets thrilling.
You will gently ascend from Lama Hotel to the oak and maple forest above Langtang Khola. After this, the route starts to get a little steeper. You will get a stunning view of Mount Langtang Lirung, which is 7244 meters high, as you continue going. To go to Ghora Tabela, you must hike up towards the log bridge.
To go to the town of Langtang from Ghora Tabela, you must cross multiple streams and pass by prayer wheels. The center of Langtang National Park, Langtang Village, is interesting to explore. The valley is surrounded by flat-roofed Tibetan-style homes and stone walls. When you get to Langtang Village, you'll see fields of buckwheat, barley, potatoes, etc.
Slowly ascending via yak fields and little communities, the views get wider as the valley spreads out. By lunchtime, you will have arrived at the Kyangjin Gompa town after fording several minor streams and moraines.
A cheese factory and a tiny monastery are nearby. You are in a stunning position, surrounded by a broad panorama of snow-capped mountains. From here, you can see the Langtang Ri (6370m), Langtang Lirung(7245m), and other peaks, including Dorje Larpa (6990m).
You have today off to get acclimated. It's crucial to acclimate if you want to adapt to your surroundings. You need to be ready because you'll be hiking up to Yala Base Camp tomorrow. This will help you avoid getting altitude sickness.
You can tour the cheese factory and monastery, go on a quick trip to see the magnificent glaciers of Langtang Lirung, or climb Kyanji Ri and Tserko Ri. Additionally, you will have the choice to visit Langshisa Kharka as a side trip.
Today is your main expedition day as you go out early to climb Yala Peak. You persevere in making your way up the icy pathways until you reach Yala's peak. From the summit, you can see the Langtang valley below as well as a stunning 360-degree panorama of numerous mountain ranges.
The panoramic views of Shishapangma (8012m), Dorje Lakpa (6966m), Ganchenpo (6388m), Naya Kang (5844m), Tserko Ri (4600m), Langtang Lirung (7227m), Changbu(6251m), Kinshung (6781m), Yobra (6264m), and many Tibetan mountains will astound you at Yala Peak's peak. After that, you will return to base camp for lunch and hot juice. You will take a little break before starting the descent to Kyangjin Gompa.
After eating breakfast at a hotel in Kyangjing, you'll follow the same path to the Lama Hotel. To get to Ghora Tabela, take the Langtang Khola and stroll through the Langtang town. You will descend steeply to the Lama Hotel from Gora Tabela. You will get to see some of the fantastic vistas of the Langtang range as you approach closer to the hotel.
The majority of today's journey is downhill. The trail twists through the forest, passing by tiny Chortens. As you continue walking, the trail becomes more uneven and rocky, but you can also run into red pandas, bears, monkeys, and many kinds of birds.
You reach Thulo Syabru after retracing your steps throughout the trip. You now have the chance to learn more about the Tamang community's culture and traditions. You can also just laze around in the sunshine and take in the splendor of the magnificent Himalayan views.
On your last day, you will board the bus and go to Kathmandu, taking in the stunning natural scenery along the way. You will travel either by bus or Land cruiser, depending upon the number of passengers or group of people you are traveling with.
When you arrive, the tour guides will assist you in checking into the hotel so you can relax and recover. In the evening, you will dine with all your fellow members whom you traveled with, for the last time.
The journey comes to an end when our airport representative drops you off at Kathmandu International Airport. Thus, the Yala Peak Climb concludes.