The mountaineering trip to Yala Peak Climbing passes through the Langtang National Park. It is home to many rare and endangered wildlife species. The incredible climbing to Yala Peak offers tranquil nature, stunning diverse landscapes, red blooming Rhododendron flowers blanketing over the lush forests along with the chances to encounter such as Red Panda, Snow Leopard etc.
Most of the trekkers on this region prefer to spend one day for acclimatization in Kanzjyin Gompa to balance their body with higher altitude. Additionally, you can well spend your day here by exploring the famous Monastery of the region – Kanjyin Gompa. On heading forward, you will traverse through the Yak grazing fields and small settlements of Tamang peoples.
Best Season for Yala Peak Climb
Yala Peak Climbing can be done in all the seasons throughout the year; however, autumn (September, October and November) and spring (March, April and May) are considered as the best trekking and peak climbing seasons in Nepal. These two seasons offer the best climatic conditions and perfect views of Himalayas on a clear sky. Moreover, the nature is at its best during autumn and spring.
How difficult is Yala Peak Climbing
Yala Peak Climbing is non technical peak and can be successfully climbed even by novice trekkers. However, the physical fitness and previous experience of outdoor sports are recommended. Experienced climbers can complete the trek more easily.
Highlights of Yala Peak Climbing
- Climb the stunning Yala Peak (5500m/18040ft)
- Less technical and low altitude climbing peak
- Hike upto TsergoRi to enjoy some amazing views of breathtaking landscapes
- Explore the traditional BonBuddhism, culture and religion in langtang region.