Yala Peak (5500m.) Cost $ 1479

Yala Peak (5500m.) Cost $ 1479
Yala Peak (5500m)

Yala Peak (5500m)


Yala peak is located in the north of Kathmandu in the beautiful Langtang valley region of Nepal. This climbing peak is one of Nepal’s easier climbing peaks and is often climbed along with its neighbour Naya Kanga. One does not require mountaineering experience to enjoy the adventure to Yala peak. From the summit of Yala Peak you get uninterrupted spectacular views of, Langtang Lirung, Lenpo Gang, Dorje Lakpa and the mighty Shishapangma, which is made up of three sister peaks quite similar in height with two pinnacles with their respective height of 8008m and 7970m sit 200m and 400m to the northwest of the main peak.

From Kathmandu we drive to Dhunche or Syabru Bensi, and then trek up the valley for three days. We explore the Langshisa glacier to help us acclimatise, establishing a Base camp at 4800 meters from where we make our summit bid. After an alpine start under stars we are on the summit by late morning, with some amazing views into Tibet and across to Shisapangma (the only 8000 meters peak situated wholly in Tibet).

Facts about Mera Peak
Peak’s Name Yala Peak
Max. Altitude: 5500 m.
Trip Duration: 14 days
Trek Grade: Strenuous Plus
Accommodation: Teahouse and camping
Meals: Breakfast, lunch & Dinner
Transportation: Tourist Van / Bus
Best Time: Feb, March, April, May, Oct, Nov, Dec.

Cost: 1 person $ 2195.  2-5 $ 1849 per person.   6-9 $ 1678 per person.   10 person above $ 1479 per person.

Day To Day Itinerary:

Day 1 Arrival in kathmandu
Day 2 Free day (preparation for climbing gears)
Day 3 Drive to Syabrubeshi (1400m)
Day 4 Syabrubeshi to Lama Hotel (2500m)
Day 5 Lama Hotel to Langtang (3100m)
Day 6 Langtang to Kyangching Gompa (3750m)
Day 7 Kyangching Gompa (Excursion to Tserko Ri (5033m) and back
Day 8 Kyangching Gompa to Yala Peak Base Camp (4800m)
Day 9 Yala Peak summit (5500m.)
Day 10 Reserve day
Day 11 Base Camp to Langtang
Day 12 Langtang to Lama Hotel
Day 13 Lama Hotel to Thulo Syabru (2200m)
Day 14 Thulo Syabru to Sing Gomba (3300m.)
Day 15 Sing Gomba to Dhunche (1950m.)
Day 16 Drive back to Kathmandu
Day 17 Departure

Service Includes:

  1. Arrival and Departure transfer as per itinerary
  2. 3 Nights accommodation in Kathmandu with breakfast
  3. All three time meals and teahouse accommodation while on trekking and camping accommodation during climbing.
  4. A trekking Guide and necessary porters for the trekking part
  5. Insurance of the trekking staff
  6. All necessary tents for members
  7. All necessary tents for trekking staff
  8. All necessary kitchen utensils
  9. National Park fee
  10. Peak Permit Fee

Service Excludes:

  1. International Airfare and tax
  2. Nepal visa fee
  3. Lunch & Dinner during stay in Kathmandu
  4. Personal equipment
  5. High risk medical insurance
  6. Travel insurance
  7. International air ticket,
  8. International airport tax
  9. Alcoholic beverages & telephone calls
  10. Emergency rescue evacuation if needed
  11. Climbing Sherpa fee
  12. KTM entrance fee during Sightseeing
  13. Tips to the staff

About Sherpa Khumbiyila Adventures

Sherpa Khumbiyila Adventures is a Kathmandu-based, family-run business. From a legendary, mountaineering family of authentic Sherpas from the Everest region of Nepal, our motive is to serve the traveler with not only a trekking or expedition experience, but also a true cultural and social experience. Why just trek when you can experience and learn first-hand about the diverse and unique culture of Nepal? We arrange treks and expeditions for individuals or families as well as larger parties, serving delicious food and providing accommodation and guidance for each trek. Short treks can be designed and arranged per the traveler’s request, though at least a 2-week trek is suggested for an optimal experience

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