Yala Peak climbing | Best Peak Expedition in Nepal

Yala Peak at 5520 meters does not require technical skills to reach the summit. Nevertheless, it still requires stamina and a good level of fitness to reach the top from where you will have amazing panoramic views of the Langtang region. You can see as far as Mt. Sishapangma (8013m) in Tibet, the lowest of the fourteen 8000m plus peaks in the world. The views from the summit will certainly justify the effort it takes to reach the summit.

Trekking through the Langtang Valley in the Langtang National Park you will come across Tibetan style villages and be surrounded by massive snow-capped peaks. This trail passes close to the Tibetan border where Buddhism is the largest religion. You will have a chance to explore the famed pilgrimage retreat of the 700-year-old Kyanjin Gompa (Buddhist monastery) at 3900m. Kyanjin Gompa is located at the foot of the magnificent Langtang Lirung Mountain (7246m) and not far from Langshisha Glacier. This trek is said to have some of the best scenery of any trek in Nepal. It is also isolated and separated from the outside world, a magical place and home to the discreet snow leopard, red panda, Tahr, Langur monkeys, Himalayan black bear and a splendid assortment of natural fauna, including 30 varieties of red, pink and white flowering Rhododendron – Nepal’s national flower. Along the trail you will see villagers carrying heavy loads and the ubiquitous Yaks grazing in high altitude pastures.