Yala Peak Climbing
5 USD 1400 Per Person
TRIP DURATION
12 Days
MAX. ALTITUDE
5670
TRIP GRADE
hard
LODGING
Tea house and tent
BEST SEASON
Springs and autumn
MEALS
Breakfast lunch dinner
COMMUNICATION
Local sim card
PER DAY WALK
5 to 6 hours

Yala Peak Climbing

Yala Peak Climbing Highlights

  • An authentic experience of mountain climbing without any technical climbing knowledge
  • Learn technical climbing skills for Naya Kanga and other high peaks in Nepal.
  • Visit Kyangjing Gompa, one of the oldest monasteries in the Langtang region and the religious centre of the place.
  • Explore the stunning landscape and biodiversity of subtropical forests within Langtang National Park.
  • Experience the comfort of tea house trekking even while you are heading to remote land for peak climbing.
  • The Best peak for beginners.

Facts Of Yala Peak Climbing

  • Duration: 10 to 13 Days
  • Distance: 14kms to and from Kyangjing Gompa
  • Climbing face: Southeast
  • Difficulty: Moderate to Technical
  • Activity: Trekking and climbing
  • Maximum altitude: Yala Peak (5532 m)
  • Trek Starting Point: Syabru Besi
  • Trek ending point: Syabru Besi
  • Pick-up point: Tribhuwan International Airport
  • Group Size: 1 to 10 people
  • Walking distance: Approximately 5 to 7 hours

Yala Peak Climb Overview

Looking for the perfect adventure in the mountains?

If you are planning to learn mountain climbing in Nepal and don’t know where to start, you should look no further than Yala Peak, which is 5,723 meters high. Stopping at the Yala Base camp (4500 meters) for a day and climbing to the summit gives you an actual mountain climbing experience.

The terrace farms, subtropical forest of rhododendrons, and alpine grassland of the high mountains complete your rejuvenating experience as Yala Peak climbers. Like all treks in the Langtang region, your Yala Peak climb also commences with a drive from Kathmandu Valley to Dunche.

Wandering through the typical Tamang and Sherpa villages of Kathmandu’s north, we get from Lama Hotel to Langtang village. The trek to Kyangjing Gompa is the core of Yala Peak climbing, a natural and culturally peaceful experience. While most trekkers return from the Kyangjing Gompa, we continue heading north.

Strolling on a path full of colourful prayer flags, we walk close to the Himalayas of Nepal, heading for Yala Peak. We settled in Yala base camp for a night and conquered the peak on the second day. After the victory at Yala Peak Climbing, we retraced our route back to Kathmandu.

Yala Peak Climbing
Tent at Yala Peak Base Camp.

Benefits of Yala Peak Climbing with Himalayan Masters 

  1. Complimentary airport pick-up and drop-off by private transport. 
  2. Lifetime deposit for the Yala Peak climb.
  3. Local experts: All the climbing leaders who led the trip to the Yala Peak expedition were born and raised in the Langtang region. 
  4. Online trip briefing after booking confirmation, if needed. The Himalayan Masters will properly brief you about the Manaslu trek before departure. You will get a briefing from the Himalayan Masters Co-Founder, Sandip, or Adventure Experts, Raj.
  5. 100% fixed departure guaranteed 
  6. Multi-channel communication (Email, WhatsApp, Viber, zoom, telegram, Zoom)
  7. 24/7 phone communication: +9779823636377 for WhatsApp and +9779851329447 for local and international calls. 
  8. Easy Payment system
  9. A complimentary arrangement of Himalayan Masters Brand Sleeping bags, down jackets, water bottles, and trekking caps
  10. private tent in the Yala Kharka Base Camp
  11. Free excess luggage storage at the Himalayan Masters store during the trek
  12. Himalayan Masters-brand waterproof duffle bags will be provided for the porters. (You can take the duffle bags home; there is no need to return them.)
  13. 100% success on the Yala peak so far with the Himalayan Masters. 

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Difficulty of Yala Peak Climbing

Yala Peak Climbing difficulty is considered moderate. Among the Trekking peaks of Nepal, Yala Peak is considered one of the easiest and least technical peaks. Located at 5550 m in the Langtang region, Yala Peak can be a good start for beginner mountain climbers. All you need is good physical strength and a few months of cardio exercises so that you can easily hike up to Yala Peak. The success rate of Yala Peak is about 95%.

The initial trail leading to the Yala Peak Base Camp at 4800m is not too difficult. This route has been used by trekkers to the Langtang Valley for many years and remains one of the easiest trekking routes in Nepal. From the Yala base camp, the stunning Yala glacier and its tough, rocky south face both keep us excited. The path then goes along the rock ridge and to the boulders.

The final 40 meters taking us to the summit are vertical and need technical support. However, since the Himalayas master’s expert guide will be there to assist you, one can overcome every difficulty and get to the top quickly. If the trail has snow, it tends to be more difficult. To celebrate the victory at the top, we raise a prayer flag and cherish the hard journey.

ITINERAY

Day 01: Arrival at kathmandu

As soon as you land at the airport in Kathmandu, our team will already be waiting for you. You will be welcomed by Himalayan masters and transferred to the hotel in Thamel. In the evening, we shall gather for the briefing session. Shopping and packing of Yala Peak climbing gear will be done as per the guide’s instructions, and we shall end the day with a welcome dinner, to start our Yeal peak trekking journey. 

Meal : Breakfast

Accomodation : Hotel

Day 02: Drive to Syabrubesi from kathmandu

Altitude: 1,600 meters

Walking time: 7-8 hours

Our plan is to quickly move towards Kathmandu’s north so that we start getting closer to the Himalayas for the Yala Peak Climbing. After the morning breakfast in the hotel itself, we start driving to the outskirts of Kathmandu. After diving on the bank of the Trishuli River for a while, we stop at Trishuli Bazaar for a moment.

Then, on a rather rugged mountain road, we drive down to Dhunche and to Syabrubensi. Syabrubensi, a small town at the beginning of Langtang, has riverside hot springs and makes a wonderful stop for our first night for Yeal peak trekking. 

Also, check out the Langtang Helambu Trek. 

Meal : Breakfast/ Lunch/ Dinner

Accomodation : Tea house

Walking / Driving : 8 hours drive

Day 03: Trek to Lama Hotel

Altitude: 2,470m/8,110ft

Now, our aim is to walk via the Bhotekoshi River and start walking along Langtang village. We meet the Langtang River rushing through the terraced fields at different points. Witnessing the mountain wildlife like a red panda on the way, we get to the Lama Hotel by evening. This is your first tea house experience of the Yala Peak trek.

Meal : Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Accomodation : tea house

Walking / Driving : 5/6 hours trekking

Day 04: Trek to Langtang village

Altitude: 3,430m/11,255ft

Walking further north on the bank of the Trishuli River, we now enter the dense forests of the Yala Peak climbing. With the occasional glimpse of a beautiful mountain, our valley widens into the GhoraTabela. GhoraTabela has an army checkpoint where we must show our permit before observing this Tibetan resettlement during Yala Peak Climbing.

Walking beyond prayer wheels and flags, we reach Langtang village by evening. The huge Tamang settlement on such remote land will delight you. In the evening, we visited a nearby monastery and observed the local lifestyle from a distance.

Meal : Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Accomodation : tea house

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours trekking

Day 05: Trek to Kyangjin Gompa afternoon hike to Kyanjing gompa

Altitude: 3,865m/12,675ft

Walking time: 3 hours

Today’s one of the most exciting days of the Yala Peak climbing trip as we hike through the small villages and meadows. The broad valley of Langtang now ends with several tributaries and a beautiful glacial moraine. After a few hours, we reached Kyangjin Gompa, the highest-situated community on our journey. Our night stop is the region’s oldest monastery, Kyangjin Gompa. We get to Kyanjig Ri in the evening, a spectacular viewpoint north of the settlement of Yala Peak Climbing.

Meal : Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Accomodation : Tea house

Walking / Driving : 3 hours trekking

Day 06: Climb to Tserko ree

Yala Peak climbing

We take one more day at Kyangjin Gompa to explore the beauty of Langtang and acclimatize ourselves to the increasing altitude before heading for the Yala Peak Trek. The broad landscape and alpine vegetation of the higher lands make for entirely different views of the area. We also witness the clear panorama of the mountains and other nearby glaciers at Yala Peak Climbing.

Our plan for the day is to visit the local monastery and join the prayers with the nun. We shall also visit the cheese factory and enjoy some delicious yak cheese. Lastly, we might hike to Langshisa Kharka or head for the TserkoRi (5450m) viewpoint for an even more adventurous Yeal Peak trekking.

Meal : Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Accomodation : Tea house

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours trekking

Day 07: Trek to Yala peak Base camp

Altitude: 4400 m

We leave the final human settlement in the highlands and head towards the rocky glacier route. With a fantastic view of the pristine glacier and Himalayan peaks, we walk towards the Yala base camp at 4600 meters. Upon arrival, our team set up camp in an appropriate spot, and we started preparing some warm food. Then, it’s time for some basic climbing skills training from our Yala Peak Trek guide.

Has lots of well-levelled ground space to build private camps. Here, travellers can also rest for few days, do some training, and wait for the right weather before climbing up to the summit.

Meal : Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Accomodation : Tent

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours trekking

Day 08: Trek to Summit Yala Peak and back to Kyangjin Gompa

Altitude: 5732 m

Are you ready for the most exciting day of your Yala Peak itinerary? We leave our camp early in the morning and climb to Yala Peak. We plan to reach the summit before noon, so the weather is stable. Since the final 40 meters will be the most challenging, make sure that you listen well to your guide.

Once we get to the top, we can witness the mighty Himalayan ranges such as Shishapangma, Naya Kang, Tserko Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Ganchenpo, Langtang Lirung, and others. We stop here for a brief time, capturing some of the best pictures.

Then, we slowly retrace our descent on the south face, getting to the base camp in about two hours. After collecting our bags from the base camp, we start walking back to the Kyangjin Gompa for the night’s stay. It’s high time to celebrate the victory.

Meal : Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Accomodation : Tea house

Walking / Driving : 6 hours trekking

Day 09: Additional Day

Climbing to Yala Summit is quite technical. If the weather is bad or the crew member isn’t filling well, we might have to stop at the base camp for an additional day. So, this day of the Yala Peak Itinerary has been reserved for such an unfortunate situation. 

Meal : Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Accomodation : Guest house

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours trekking

Day 10: Trek To Lama Hotel

Altitude: 3,430 meters

After another beautiful night in the Kyangjin Gomba, it’s time to say goodbye to the mountains. As we descend into the Langtang Village, we can see those beautiful houses for one last time. If possible, we get to GhoraTabela for lunch and then head further down along the dense forest. Soon, we will be staying in a tea house at Lama Hotel.

Meal : Breakfast, lunch and dinner

Accomodation : Guest house

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours trekking

Day 11: Trek To Syabrubesi

Altitude: 2,230 meters

Today, we have two options for the trek. We can either retrace our initial route or take a rather interesting path via Rimche. On the way to Rimche, we visit the village of Sherpa Gaon and get to Syabru Besi by evening.

Overnight in Syabru, Besi

Meal : Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Accomodation : Tea house

Walking / Driving : 5 to 6 hours

Day 12: Drive To Kathmandu

Altitude: 1400 meters

Driving time: 7 to 8 hours

It’s your last day in Nepal. Today, we enjoy a lavish breakfast in the morning and then hop in a private Jeep. Driving via the winding hilly road, we get to Kathmandu by evening. In Kathmandu, we will have some time for souvenir shopping, and then we shall all gather for a farewell dinner. It’s our final dinner as a team.

Meal : Breakfast/ Lunch

Accomodation : Hotel

Walking / Driving : 6 hours

Day 13: Departure

So, it’s time to get back to your home country. Inform us about your schedule so that we can drive you to the airport before time. Although the journey ends, the memories of the trip remain with you forever.

We hope that you have an incredible journey ahead.

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Trip Cost Includes

  • Airport pickup and drop-off service by the Himalayan Master’s team.
  • Kathmandu to Syaprubesi to Kathmandu by jeep.
  • Three-night hotel in Kathmandu with Breakfast
  • A trekking leader (guide) will guide you during your trek, which will last for days.
  • Superior service for 12 days. ( one porter can carry up to 20 kg.) 2 porters for 4 people.
  • Trekkers information management system card (TIMS permits for trekking)
  • Langtang National Park permits.
  • breakfast, lunch, and dinner with tea and coffee during trekking days.
  • All-night tea house accommodation in the mountains.
  • A professional climbing guide who has summited Yala Peak over 45 times.
  • Assistant Climbing Guide.
  • Porters during your Yala peak climbing
  • Private Tent accommodation during your climbing.
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner During your climbing time.
  • Tea is served anytime even in summit push duration.
  • All ropes we will provide ourselves.
  • We will set up our private Camp in Base Camp.
  • Use a 25-degree sleeping bag during the trip if needed.
  • Use a pulse oximeter to check your spo2 and bpm at high elevations.
  • Himalayan Masters Brand water bottle and purification tablets.
  • First aid kit box.
  • Seasonal fruits for dessert.
  • The Himalayan Masters Brand Duffle Bag for the Trip.
  • Himalayan Masters Brand Trekking T-Shirt and Cap.
  • Oxygen bottle for emergencies during your climbing and trekking.

 

Trip Cost Excludes

  • International flight ticket
  • lunch and dinner in the city
  • Tips for guide and potters
  • Soft and hard drinks in the mountains
  • wifi, battery charging, and a bucket-hot shower in the mountains.
  • travel insurance

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Trip Grade: Fitness level, Medical, and Health

For the Yala Peak Climbing, all you need to prepare is your physical and mental fitness. These things can affect you a lot during your Yala Peak Trek. Before Climbing Yala Peak, you must be prepared for the Climb by practising the exercises. The Yala Peak Climbing requires a high level of fitness both physically and mentally.

You must be over 5550 meters and have high endurance and stamina. A few exercises for core muscle strength and cardio will greatly help you. If you have yet to gain prior climbing experience, you must start doing something similar before climbing.

Altitude Sickness

There is a high chance of getting altitude sickness during your Climb to Yala Peak. At 5,732 meters or 18,799 feet, the altitude of Yala Peak is 5,732 meters. The air density becomes thin, and the oxygen level is also low.

To reduce altitude sickness, you must carry a Diamox and drink plenty of water to hydrate yourself. You should also not rush for the Climb. You must acclimate properly, rest, and get a good night’s sleep. You can reduce altitude sickness by climbing slowly and consistently.

Climbing Experience for Climbing Yala Peak

The climbing experience at Yala Peak is amazing. You will have the opportunity to climb Nepal’s highest peak. Your expedition to Yala Peak begins at Syabrubesi, the gateway to the Langtang Valley Yala Peak Trek. You will be amazed by the beauty and remoteness yet amazing scenes of the Langtang region. The routes pass through beautiful forests, glaciers, lakes, and many more amazing natural beauties.

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A climber at Yala peak.

Climbing Yala Peak is a thrilling experience that offers breathtaking views of the surrounding Himalayan landscapes. As you climb, you’ll be amazed by the rocky beauty of the mountains and the serenity of the valleys below. The Climb is challenging but achievable for those with moderate fitness and Yala Peak Trekking experience. Along the way, you’ll go through diverse terrain, from rocky paths to snow-covered slopes, adding to the adventure. The summit provides a sense of accomplishment and rewards you with amazing views of the Himalayas, including Langtang Lirung and Dorje Lakpa.

Emergency and Evacuation at Yala Peak Climbing

The emergency and evacuation at Yala Peak can be done properly. But to minimize the cost of evacuation, you need to have travel insurance with you. By having travel insurance, you will be able to cover all evacuation expenses through the help of the insurance company.

A helicopter evacuation can be done in case of emergency and according to the seriousness of the climber. You will be taken to a safe place and be taken care of. You must inform your guide, friends, or the Trekking agency staff (In case you are climbing with an agency). By informing on time, the evacuation will be done efficiently.

If the situation isn’t that serious and can be managed by the experienced guides and porters, they will do their best to help you out. If the emergency is altitude sickness, you must rest for a while, take Diamox, and drink plenty of water.

Kit and equipment

You should prepare yourself with the best kits and equipment for the Yala Peak Climb. Here is the list of the necessary kits and equipment:

Head:

  • Climbing helmet
  • Warm hat
  • Balaclava or neck gaiter
  • Sunglasses (category 3 or 4)
  • Ski goggles
  • Sun hat

Foot:

  • Mountaineering boots (insulated and suitable for crampons)
  • Socks (wool or synthetic)
  • Gaiters (for keeping snow out of boots)

Upper Body:

  • Insulated down jacket
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Fleece jacket or pullover
  • Base layers
  • Trekking shirts (long sleeve and short sleeve)
  • Gloves (insulated and waterproof)

Lower Body:

  • Insulated pants
  • Waterproof pants
  • Trekking pants

Hands:

  • Insulated gloves
  • Waterproof gloves

Yala Peak Trekking Gear:

  • Ice axe
  • Crampons
  • Trekking poles

Equipment:

  • Climbing harness
  • Rope (for glacier travel)
  • Carabiners
  • Descender or belay device
  • Ascender
  • Webbing or cord (for anchors and slings)
  • Helmet light or headlamp with extra batteries
  • Portable altitude chamber (optional, for emergency use)

Sleeping Gear:

  • Sleeping bag (Complimentary by Himalayan Masters)
  • Sleeping pad
  • Warm, comfortable mattress

Backpack:

  • Large backpack (40-50 litres)
  • Daypack (20-30 liters) for summit day

Extra:

  • Sunscreen (SPF 30+)
  • Lip balm with SPF
  • Personal first aid kit
  • Multi-tool or knife
  • Water bottles
  • Snacks and energy food
  • Map and compass (or GPS)
  • Whistle
  • Camera or smartphone for photos
  • Nepali Currency

Personal Use:

  • Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
  • Personal medication
  • Yala Peak Trekking towel
  • Earplugs
  • Portable charger for electronics
  • Travel documents (passport, permits, etc.)
  • Inner-wears

Special training

You will not require special training for the Yala Peak Climb, but you must be able to climb the steep rocks accordingly. You need to try breathing exercises and some cardio. Your lungs must be prepared for the Climb. You will carry a backpack and climb the summit, so breathing exercise is a must.

Since you will also need to climb steep rocks, you need to practice leg, core, and core strength exercises. So, plan according to your body’s fitness level. It is better for you if you have basic mountaineering skills.

Best Time for Yala Peak Climbing

The best time for Yala Peak climbing is during the pre-monsoon (spring) season from late March to early June, and the post-monsoon (autumn) season from late September to early November. During these times, the weather is relatively unchanging, with clear skies and favourable temperatures, making it ideal for Yala Peak Trekking and climbing. Spring offers blooming flowers and lush vegetation, while autumn provides stunning views of the surrounding mountains, including Langtang Lirung and Dorje Lakpa.

It’s important to avoid the monsoon season from June to September, as heavy rainfall can make the trails slippery and dangerous. Winter months from December to February are cold and snowy, making climbing difficult and hazardous.

Yala Peak Climbing Weather Information

Temperature: During the climbing season from April to May and October to November, daytime temperatures range from 5 degrees Celsius to 15 degrees Celsius at lower altitudes. At higher altitudes, temperatures can drop to -10 degrees Celsius to -15 degrees Celsius.

Rainfall: The monsoon season from June to September brings heavy rainfall, making climbing difficult and dangerous due to slippery paths and the risk of landslides. Minimal rainfall occurs during the climbing season, with occasional showers in the afternoon or evening.

Weather Patterns: Mornings are generally clear with good visibility, which is ideal for climbing. Clouds often gather in the afternoon, leading to brief showers or snowfall at higher altitudes. Nights are cold but clear, perfect for stargazing.

Weather Preparation: Climbers should pack appropriate clothing for varying temperatures, including warm layers, waterproof jackets, and sturdy boots. They should also carry rain gear and be prepared for sudden weather changes.

Permits for Yala Peak Climbing

You will require no permits to climb Yala Peak. However, you will require permits while entering Langtang National Park. One is TIMS (Trekkers Management Information System), which will cost you around Rs. 2,000, or $20.

You will also require a Langtang National Park Entrance permit, which costs around Rs.3000 per person, or $30. These permits are required to ensure the safety of Yala Peak Trekkers and the National Park area.

Accommodation and food during the trip

Talking about the accommodation and food during the Yala peak climb, you will have warm and nice hospitality in the teahouse and lodges in the region. For accommodation, you will stay at the teahouses up to Kyanjin Gompa only. Teahouses are available only for Kyanjin Gompa.

The teahouses and lodges have comfortable and nice rooms. Rooms are available for twins, sharing, and singles (in some lodges only). At the lower elevation, you will also have attached bathrooms. You do not need to worry about the blankets and pillows, as the teahouses in Langtang Valley provide them. Himalayan Masters will provide you with a complimentary sleeping bag that will ensure your warmth.

You will sleep in tents when you reach the Yala Peak base camp. Make sure you have a nice, warm mattress and a warm sleeping bag for minus degrees.

Regarding food, you will have a nice breakfast in the teahouses in the teahouses. For dinner and lunch, you can have various options. You will not find any meat products while on the Yala Peak Trek, so you need to rely on high-carbohydrate and high-protein vegetable food. You can have Nepali daal, bhat, tarkari, and some other local dishes made by the local people.

Electricity and battery recharge, water during the Yala Peak Trek

The electricity on the Yala Peak Trek is not something you should worry about. The Langtang Valley is remote, so you should not expect electricity facilities in higher elevations. However, solar panels are an alternative to electricity for higher elevations.

Talking about charging, you can recharge your phone and cameras, but you will need to pay an extra charge. Since the area is remote and electricity is available only in some places, you will need to charge your appliances using solar energy. It is advisable to carry your own charger and power bank, as the electricity is not reliable.

We suggest you drink boiled water or carry water purification tablets (complimentary by Himalayan Masters). The teahouses might charge extra for boiling the water, but it is still better to have boiled water. We also encourage the climbers to reduce the use of plastic water bottles to sustain an eco-friendly nature.

With Himalayan Masters

Himalayan Masters always prioritizes safety and well-being. They ensure that every detail is met for the Yala peak climbing. You will have a hassle-free climb if you go with Himalayan Masters.

Booking/ airport pickup

After you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, one of our representatives from Himalayan Masters will pick you up. Then, you will be taken to an amazing hotel in Kathmandu and rest for the day. Before moving to the Climb, you will be required to visit the office for a brief discussion about the Climb. Mr. Sandip will probably take care of your visit to the office.

Support team

Himalayan Masters have great, skilled, and experienced guides and porters. They have abundant knowledge of the routes, trails, and, importantly, about the locals. They will do their best to help you out while on the Yala Peak Climb. Our guides are super friendly. They will make sure you have the best Climb ever.

Starting point/ ending point

The starting point of the Yala Peak climb is Syabrubesi, and the ending point is also Syabrubesi. For the Yala Peak climb, your starting point is Kyanjin Gompa.

A typical day on the Yala Peak Climb

The other day on the Climb, as usual, we will wake up at 7 AM, have breakfast, and get ready to Yala Peak Trek around 8 AM. After walking for 5-6 hours every day, you will reach the teahouse and spend the night there. Before going to bed, a guide will make sure to give a brief discussion about the next day’s Yala Peak Trek.

But during the summit day of Yala Peak, you will need to wake up early, even at 4 or 5 in the morning. Waking up in the morning will mostly depend on the weather on the Yala Peak. If the weather is as good as we expected, we will probably wake up at 4 AM. If not, we need to make certain changes to our plan.

Yala Peak Climbing cost

The climbing costs for the Yala Peak climb might differ according to the itinerary and your additional and personal costs. With Himalayan Masters, the cost of climbing Yala Peak is $1400 per person. The cost might fluctuate if there are any unexpected events or if something happens during the Climb.

Insurance

Having insurance is the most important thing to do before travelling. You need to choose the right and trustworthy insurance company that will cover the emergency and evacuation costs. It will help you a lot during unexpected events like Helicopter evacuation.

Additional expenses 

When planning a climb up Yala Peak, there are several additional expenses to consider beyond the basic costs of permits and guides. These can include accommodation, meals, transportation to and from the Yala Peak base camp, equipment rental or purchase, travel insurance, and any additional fees for emergency services or rescue operations. It’s important to budget for these expenses to ensure a safe and enjoyable climbing experience. Researching and comparing prices from different providers is a good idea to get the best deals and ensure a smooth journey.

ATMs

There are no ATMs along the route of the Yala Peak climb. The last places you will find some ATMs are Syabrubesi and Kathmandu. Make sure you carry enough cash for your daily expenses. Only Nepali currency is used in the Langtang region and Yala Peak, so please carry it accordingly.

FAQs

What are the permits for Yala peak climbing?

Yala Peak climbing does not require any kind of climbing permit. Earlier, it was listed under the climbing mountain and needed a special permit. Now, you will only need these two kinds of Yala peak permits.

1. Langtang National Park permit for entering the preservation area (cost: NRP 600 for SAARC country citizens and NRP 3000 for foreigners).

2. The TIMS card costs $20 for the trekkers.

Independent trekkers can issue TIMS cards from Nepal Tourism Broad, Kathmandu. A Langtang National Park permit can be issued from the entry point during the trek or in Kathmandu. These permits will be arranged by the Himalayan master’s team and you shouldn’t worry about anything.

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