Yala Peak Climbing - Easy Peak Climbing in Nepal

Trip Overview
  • Duration 14 Days
  • Difficulty Level Very Strenuous or Grade D (****)
  • DestinationNepal
  • Meals & AccommodationBreakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • Trip Start & EndKathmandu-Kathmandu
  • Trip TypePeak Climbing
  • Major Attraction Langtang Valley
  • Maximum Altitude5,500 Meters
  • Best TimeApril-May-June, September-October-November


  • Begin the journey to Yala Peak with a scenic drive to Syabrubesi.
  • Walk into the land of cultural and natural magnificence.
  • Trek through the panoramic Langtang Valley.
  • Explore the rich flora and fauna of the Langtang National Park.
  • Spend a good time exploring the culture and living styles of the locals.
  • See the Tibet-like side of Nepal.
  • See the ancient mani walls, monasteries, gompas, and architecture.
  • Spend a free day around Kyanjin Gompa and hike to Tsergo Ri.
  • Catch breathtaking pictures of peaks such as Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, Lenpo Gang, Shishapangma, Gangchempo, Naya Kanga, and others.
  • Trail your mountaineering skills and climb the less-technical Yala Peak.
  • Retrace through the Langtang Region and enjoy the beauty all over again.

We can do two things to Mountains, eye and climb. Only a few can do both, and they are called mountaineers. Yala Peak Climbing is an outstanding peak expedition in the pristine Langtang Region. You’ll trek the beautiful region of Langtang and climb one of its famous landmarks. We are delighted to present this Yala Peak Climbing to you. Let’s know what it is all about.

Yala Peak climbing is a less-technical peak climbing opportunity in the Langtang Region of Nepal. This is an expedition to climb Yala Peak(5,520m), which stands in the snowy backdrop of the Nepal-Tibet border. Designed mainly for beginners, Yala Peak Climbing is one of Nepal's most accessible trekking peaks. This climb requires no long climbing experience. Those looking to learn mountaineering with straightforward peak climbing can opt for this expedition.

The round trip of Yala Peak is a 14 days journey. It starts from Kathmandu with a drive to Syabrubesi, the gateway of the Langtang Region. From the crowded alleys of Syabrubesi, the trip moves through peaceful land to Lama Hotel, a popular stop in the region. After Lama Hotel, the trek progresses through rivers, fields, and forests to Langtang village, the heart of the Langtang Region.

The trek will then proceed towards the foothills of Langtang Lirung, Kyanjin Gompa. It is a famous landmark of the region with glorious mountain views and ancient Buddhist Gompa. The trip has an acclimatization day around Kyanjin Gompa and hikes to Tsergo Ri(4,985m). This rest day is solely about making trekkers acclimatize well before Yala Peak Climbing.

After the conditioning, the expedition moves towards the foothills of Yala Peak, Yala Base Camp. From here, the climbing and tented camp days are on. The following day, the Yala Peak summit push will start from the base camp. This is where the climbers will show the results of their preparations. The ropes, ice ax, and other gears will pull you to the top of Yala Peak.

The moment of reaching Yala Peak’s summit is a special one. Lenpo Gang, Dorje Lakpa, Ganesh Himal, Shishapangma, Langtang Lirung, Gangchempo and other peaks are visible from the top. One can enjoy a complete panorama of the Langtang Region. After this panoramic sight, it’s time to descend from the top. One the summit day will end back in Kyanjin Gompa. And from there, the walk will happen through the same route until you find Kathmandu.

On a short note, Yala Peak Climbing is an exquisite expedition to take a complete grasp of the Langtang Region. You’ll climb Yala Peak; that is one thing. However, this expedition is also about knowing the unique culture of the Langtang Region and its affluent natural beauty. It is entirely a worth-doing expedition. Yala peak climbing booking open from now on for 2024 and 2025.

If you are a newbie, this tour perfectly suits you. The climb is a straightforward one made for all sorts of climbers. If you have difficulty finding easy peak climbing, this one is for you.

Our Success Trips

We summited the summit and traveled to Nepal with thousands of people. Still, our true victory is to get your destination that brings us to the top with our complete service of trekking, mountaineering, and adventure tours.

Know before you book


Day to Day Info

See All InfoHide All Info

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1300m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1300m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 1450m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6hrs
  • 2470m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5hrs
  • 3330m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 3hrs
  • 3870m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6hrs
  • 4985m

  • Tented Camp
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 6hrs
  • 4600m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 8hrs
  • 3870m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5hrs
  • 2470m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5hrs
  • 2235m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner
  • 5hrs
  • 1467m

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner

  • Hotel
  • Breakfast

We are pleased to offer the flexibility of tailoring your journey to your desired duration and places, whether extended or shortened, as our proficient team of locals-cum-guides, porters, and accompanying staff have an in-depth understanding of every location traveled.

customize my trip

Cost Details


  • Accommodation, meals with a hot drink at lodges
  • English-speaking trekking guide and climbing guide
  • Porters
  • Private vehicle for a drive to Langtang
  • Yala Peak climbing permit
  • Tents, camping equipment, fixed climbing ropes and group climbing equipment
  • Staff insurance and food/accommodation allowances
  • Garbage deposit fee


  • Air fare to Kathmandu
  • Accommodation in Kathmandu(standard Accommodation)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Mineral water, soft drinks, or boiled drinking water on the trek
  • Single room supplements
  • Meals in Kathmandu

Essential Info

About Yala Peak

Yala Peak is a striking mountain in the Langtang Region in Nepal. With a height of 5,500m/18,000ft, Yala Peak is one of the most famous trekking peaks for beginners in Nepal. The peak lies near the Nepal-Tibet border, which you can see when trekking in the Langtang Region.

It is categorized as a trekking peak(little to no technical), so essential climbing skill and experience is enough. Equipment such as ice axes and crampons is enough for this peak climbing. To reach the summit of Yala Peak, you have to cross the whole Langtang Region. The route takes place through Langtang Region villages and Langtang National Park. The climbers do not head straight to the summit. Generally, there is one full acclimatization day around Kyanjin Gompa. A hike to Tsergo Ri is a popular option before the climb.

the climb starts from the Yala Peak Base Camp(4,600m), Yala Kharka. The climb is quite simple and non-technical to reach the summit and return to Kyanjin Gompa on the same day. But once you are at the top of this peak, you’ll even see Shishapangma(8,013m), the 14th tallest mountain in the world. You can also catch other peaks, such as Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, etc.

Permits Required for Yala Peak Climbing

You do not need specific peak climbing permits to do Yala Peak climbing. The peak is straightforward, with no technical section. So there is no requirement for a climbing permit for Yala Peak. However, you’ll need two licenses that all the regular Langtang Region trekkers have to get, TIMS Card and Langtang National Park Permit.

The TIMS(Trekkers Information Management System) Card is a must permit for the Langtang Region. It is for the safety and security of the trekkers and their information. The card is obtainable from the Nepal Tourism Board office in Kathmandu. It costs USD 6 per pax for SAARC Nationals and USD 20 per pax for other nationals.

Likewise, Langtang National Park Permit is for entering the enriched protected site, which falls in the trekking route. The permit is available at USD 17 per pax for SAARC nationals and USD 34 per pax for other residents.

The required documents for obtaining these permits are passport-sized photos, fees, and photocopies of a valid passport. Our Yala Peak climbing cost covers the permit costs. And our team will arrange these permits for you.


Yala Peak Climbing Route

Let’s talk about how the Yala Peak Climbing Route progresses. Like all the tours in Nepal, Yala Peak Climbing will start by leaving Kathmandu’s concrete vicinity. You will leave the city for Syabrubesi. There is no alternative way to reach the starting point. So you will take a scenic highway drive of 8 hours. The day will end in Syabrubesi.

The next day, you’ll take a trail to Lama Hotel to start the trek to Yala Peak. The track is the standard route of the famous Langtang Valley Trek. You’ll finish the day in Lama Hotel after trekking through dense forest and riverside trails. After Lama Hotel, the trek to Langtang Village will start. It will be a picturesque day of trekking. By the end of the day, you’ll be in Langtang Village.

From Langtang village, you’ll take a route to Kyanjin Gompa. It will have many mountain panoramas. The scenic day will conclude in the town of Kyanjin Monastery. Afterward, the next daylight, you’ll spend a complete rest and exploration day around Kyanjin Gompa. You’ll hike to Tsergo Ri to enjoy the day well and acclimate to the altitudes.

After spending another night in Kyanjin Gompa, you’ll move towards the Yala Base Camp. The night will happen in a tented camp. You will leave the base camp down to climb the Yala Peak the next dawn. As it is a straightforward climb, you will reach the peak's summit after several hours of uphill climbing. You will enjoy a breathtaking panorama from the peak’s summit.

On the same day, you’ll descend to Kyangin Gompa to spend another night in the village. The following morning, you’ll leave the place to retrace back to Lama Hotel through the same trail. After the Lama Hotel’s night, you’ll trek to Khanjim via Sherpa Village. From Khanjim, you’ll hike back to Syabrubesi on the last trekking day of Yala Peak Climbing. And, on the previous day of the trip, you’ll take a roadway drive back to Kathmandu. So this is how the route goes on.


Yala peak Climbing Difficulty Level

Yala Peak Climbing is the most accessible trekking peak in Nepal. Other similar peaks have technicalities, but Yala Peak is a straightforward climb. You can finish the summit push in one day and return on the same day. While approaching the Yala Peak’s point, you’ll have a comfortable walk to the top. That is why it is called an accessible peak.

However, you must trek in high altitude, cold weather, rocky terrain, and snowy uphills. An average of 5-6 hours of the trek is needed every day while trekking via Langtang Valley. You have to rest and sleep in a tented camp during the climbing days. And there can be many uphills and steep sections throughout this journey. All of this may not be easy for the newbies to digest. Although the difficulties are not that severe, people with no trekking and climbing experience may feel them.

the Yala Peak Climbing Difficulty level depends on the doers' level of experience and preparation. If you are an experienced one, this climb is an easy task. If not, you may have to face all those difficulties.

Altitude Sickness during Yala Peak Climbing

You on Yala Peak Climbing will reach 5,500m of height. When you are at a height above 3500m+, you are prone to mountain sickness. Thus, the expedition has a chance of mountain sickness. You’ll trek and remain for some days in the higher region of the Langtang Region. To finish the climb, you’ll touch 5,500m/18000ft altitude. So altitude sickness is actual during Yala Peak climbing. That is why you will do all the things to avoid it.

The symptoms of altitude sickness are insomnia, headache, vomiting, loss of breath, dizziness, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, and feeling sick. If you feel any kind of symptoms, inform your guide instantly. And it is better to rest and descend to lower places. And if things are worse, it is wise to evacuate for emergency treatment.

Here are some ways to avoid mountain sickness:

  • Do not gain excessive altitude in a day, not more than 800m aboce tree Line.
  • Take acclimatization day and spend it well.
  • Keep your body hydrated all the time.
  • Do not consume any kind of alcohol.
  • Eat a healthy and energy diet.
  • Have altitude sickness medicines such as acetazolamide, paracetamol, etc.
  • Yala Peak Climbing Preparation

To prepare for the Yala Peak expedition, you’ll have to do several things. There is no need for super preparation as it is a non-technical climb. That is enough if you can prepare for high-altitude trekking and basic mountaineering climbing.

On this expedition, you’ll trek from Syabrubesi to Yala Peak and back to Syabrubesi. All of that walk will happen through the beautiful Langtang Region. On average, you’ll have to trek for 5-6 hours. It is more than enough if you can prepare your body for this sort of walking. You can do cardio and strength training for that purpose. Cycling, jogging, day hiking, running, swimming, and gym workouts will make your body ready for the trip.

Likewise, you have to do pretty basic climbing things on Yala Peak climbing. If you have good mountaineering skills, that is a bonus for you. If not, you can attend basic climbing skills before the expedition. It will teach you to use the essential climbing gear. Although climbing training is not a must, you can do it to remain on the safer side.


Yala peak Climbing Best Time

If you are sure about doing Yala Peak Climbing, do it in Autumn and Spring. These two seasons are the best times for doing tours in Nepal.

The Spring season is a pre-monsoon season in Nepal, which lasts through March, April, and May. During this season, the weather around the Himalayas is warm and stable. You’ll get perfect panoramas of mountains on sunny days. The precipitation level is relatively low, which means fewer chances of rainfall. And it is a season of blossoming flowers in Nepal, mainly Rhododendron. That is why Spring is a peak season in Nepal. Yala Peak Climbing during it is just perfect.

Likewise, Autumn is another good time for the Yala Peak excursion. The season is a post-monsoon season lasting through September, October, and November. All thanks to the monsoon season, Nepal’s landscapes during Autumn are crystal clear. The temperature is also quite welcoming and stable. As the monsoon is already gone, there will be no rainfall during this season. This season is a happy season for the most significant local festivals, Bijaya Dashami and Tihar. Hene, Autumn is so much famous for adventures in Nepal. You can do Yala Peak climbing this season.

However, Monsoon and Winter are not among the best times for doing Yala Peak climbing. Although it is entirely possible to climb the peak during these two times, it is treacherous. The unstable weather, heavy snowfall, and regular rainfall make these two seasons challenging.



Food during Yala Peak climbing is not a problem. As this expedition runs through the route of the Langtang Valley trek, there are plenty of lodges. During this expedition, you can expect local, quality, delicious, and organic food. The teahouses and lodges of the trail provide various local, western, and Chinese meals. Some of the popular food items of the trip are Dal Bhat, Momos, Burgers, and Noodles. You can also have various beverages, bakeries, and energy bars. Whereas, during the climbing days, you’ll have limited meals to eat. You will spend just one night in a tented camp on this trip. Your kitchen staff will cook the meal.



The accommodation is also readily available during Yala Peak Climbing. The region’s locals run numerous teahouses(lodges). You will get rooms with two beds, pillows, blankets, and mattresses in these teahouses. Yet, the rooms do not have any kind of heaters. A sleeping bag is thus highly suggested during this trip. Surprisingly, you’ll get hot showers in some of the lodges. One day, you have to spend a night in a tented camp, the night before the climbing day. The sleeping bag will work here as well.


Tips for Yala Peak Climbing

  • Prepare your body for the expedition.
  • Do strength and cardio training at least 3-4 months before the climb.
  • Climbing training is unnecessary, but it is beneficial if you do it.
  • Pick the correct date for the expedition.
  • Manage all the basic logistics.
  • Hire trekking and climbing essentials if you do not want to buy them.
  • Choose a trusted and experienced agency for the trip.
  • Ask for an expert cum local guide for the expedition.
  • Learn about mountain sickness and try to avoid it.
  • Acclimate with the altitudes properly.
  • Buy/rent a sleeping bag.
  • Get travel insurance that covers all the emergencies of the expedition.
  • Do not drink alcohol and dehydrate your body.
  • Maintain a good blood oxygen level.


  • Q1. Where is Yala peak located?

    Peak(5,500m) is a mountain in the Langtang region near the Nepal-Tibet border. Langtang Region is in the country's central north, around 51 km away from Kathmandu.

  • Autumn and Spring are the best times for Yala Peak climbing. You get the best weather conditions during these two times. Other than that, you can climb this peak in the Winter season. For that, you’ll have an experienced team.

  • Yala Peak climbing is a 14 days long itinerary. It will start and end in Kathmandu. On this expedition, you’ll spend a preparation day in Kathmandu and an acclimatization day in Kyanjin Gompa.

  • No, you do not need any climbing history for this expedition. It is an easy climb that can be done with essential preparation. This expedition has no technical section at all. Hence, you do not need that.

  • The top of Yala Peak itself is the highest point of Yala Peak Climbing. Yala Peak, which sits at 5500 m/18000ft, is the highest point you’ll touch on this excursion.

  • As per the Nepalese Mountaineering Association, the peak is a trekking peak, a simple and non-technical climb. There is no need for peak climbing permits for this expedition. TIMS card and Langtang National Park Permit are enough for this journey.

  • The best ways to avoid mountain sickness are acclimatizing well, drinking water, trekking slowly, and taking breaks. If you feel any problems, you should tell your guide. In this way, you can avoid it

  • No, not at all. This expedition is about reaching merely 5500m. If you are acclimatized well, there is no need for any oxygen cylinders.

  • Although this trip is easy, you need travel insurance when traveling in foreign conditions. The insurance keeps you covered from all the unprecedented emergencies. Plus, it is necessary to obtain permits for the trek. So yes, you need travel insurance for the trip.

  • The case of mountain sickness, you’ll get instant assistance from our team. You will get instant evacuation from the region for emergency treatment if that is not enough. We do not think you will encounter anything like this on this expedition.

  • Yes, the internet service and charging are available during the tour. The teahouses and lodges provide these services.

    • Gaiters
    • Climbing harness
    • Climbing Helmet
    • Insulated snow pant
    • Crampons
    • Climbing boots

Client Reviews

  • Best for Beginner

    We had such a great experience climbing mountains like Yala Peak. It is easy to rise among the other Peak in Nepal. We Found it Technical only in one place. Ten meters of rope work for us. It's a great experience. Most Recommended Company and climbing tema.

    KarlosGermanyMay 17, 2022
dipak pande
Need Any Assistance?

Our team has extensive knowledge and experience of the Himalayas and can design your dream Trip based on your Expectation, location, time frame, and Budget.

Call us on WhatsApp +977 9851037679 (Dipak Pande)

Similar Trips

Ask a Question