Yala Peak- relatively simple, non-technical climb
Yala Peak is a mountain in the Langtang area in Nepal. It is considered a trekking peak by the Nepal Mountaineering Association and is a relatively simple, non-technical climb.
Yala Peak (5732m) is an easier and non-technical climb for the beginners of the mountaineering adventures. Venturing to climb Yala peak is a chance to experience unique traditions of mountain people, and best thrill of adventure trekking and peak climbing in the Langtang region.
A fantastic two-week adventure trekking through the Langtang National Park in Nepal culminating in an ascent of the spectacular but non-technical Yala Peak. The summit is renowned for being an excellent viewpoint giving those at the summit a true experience of being high up in the remote Himalayas with few people around, and without experiencing too much technical difficulty.
The mountain can be climbed in two days from Kyanjin Gompa with using a high camp at Yala Kharka (4900 m). However, you can also climb it in a single long day with a pre-dawn start and with good acclimatization. It is one of the easier trekking peaks to climb and sometimes climbed as a preparation for Ganja La Chuli (5844 m). To make an attempt of scaling the summit is achievable for all travelers with previous outdoor experience only but not require prior mountaineering experience.
The summit offers amazing mesmerizing panoramic glimpses of mountains into Nepal and Tibet.
What is the price of Yala Peak climbing permit?
Yala Peak Climbing doesn’t require any climbing permit though it used to be only permitted with permits, now Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) has taken off it from the list as it is just 5732 meters only. It needs only Langtang National Park entrance permit cost NPR 3000 per person and group TIMS Card is must that costs USD 10 per head. (cost may vary)