Overview Yala Peak 5732m is a very easy and non-technical climb with breathtakingly gorgeous and quiet scenery. And it is one of Nepal’s lowest trekking peaks for beginners. It is an opportunity to experience distinctive mountain people’s customs. As well as the best thrill of adventure trekking and peak climbing in the Langtang region, which is located in the heart of the Langtang Himalayan range, close to the Tibetan border. The top provides breathtaking views of the mountains in Nepal and Tibet. The journey begins in Kathmandu with a drive to Syabrubesi. After a few days of trekking through woods and villages. We arrive at Kyanjin Gompa at the foot of the magnificent Langtang Lirung (7246 m) for a rest day and to see Buddhist temples and the Langshisa glacier. Then we set up our high camp at (4800m). Teach the necessary climbing skills and provide training in the use of crampons, ice axes, and ropes. And ascend to the summit of Yala the next day. From the top, we will see spectacular views of Langtang Lirung (7,246m), Lenpo Gang (7083m), Dorje Lakpa (6990m), Ganesh Himal, and Naya Kanga in Nepal, Gangchempo (6388m) in Tibet, and the colossal Shishapangma (8027m) – Tibet’s sole solitary mountain above 8000m (8000 m). After successful Yala Peak Climbing, we come back to Syabrubesi and drive back to Kathmandu. When is the Best Time for Yala Peak Climbing? Yala Peak Climbing is best done in the Autumn and Spring seasons. Autumn is defined as September, October, and November, whereas Spring is defined as March, April, and May. Because the weather and temperature in the Langtang region are highly ideal during these seasons. Autumn and spring provide ideal conditions for trekking and peak climbing expeditions. As Autumn is the post-monsoon season and Spring is the pre-monsoon season, you may expect minimal rainfall during this time. During autumn and spring, the temperature in the Langtang region is neither too hot nor too cold, making it a favorite among climbers. More about Yala After a breathtaking 9-hour trip that follows the meandering Trishuli River gorge. This Peak Climbing trek begins at Syabrubensi, 1505m. The walk begins in subtropical forests. But as it ascends higher into the Langtang Valley. The trees thin out and the valley opens out. On the second day, as you approach Langtang Village, 3300m, you can see Langtang Lirung, 7246m, Lenpo Gang, 7083m, Dorje Lakpa, 6990m, and even the massive Shishapangma, 8013m, Tibet’s only 8000+ meter mountain. The hike to Yala Peak Base Camp, at 4800 meters, is not challenging and offers stunning views. We make our pitch for the summit from Base Camp, which is more difficult if there is snow. The trail climbs to a ridge of rocks, then lowers and climbs steeply over stones. Before the final 40 meters of sheer snow/rock cliff that leads to the narrow summit ridge, there is a flat section. Some people choose to climb Yala Peak during the winter months (December to February), when the weather is crisp and cold and the views of the mountains are crystal clear, to avoid the crowds. Winter is also a terrific time to climb if you are adequately prepared for the cold.