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Trip Highlights

  • Experiecne of trekking peak climbing 5550m
  • Stunning view from it s top of Langtang Annapurna and Everest range
  • Interact with Tibetan race Tamang community
  • Chance to Witness rare Red panda and other flora and fauna

Yala Peak (5,723 meters) is a completely underrated, thrilling peak climb in the Langtang region of Nepal. The trail begins with an amazing journey by foot through the scenic Langtang Valley, rich in culture and wildlife. When it’s time for the climb, feel your adrenaline pump as you hang onto the almost perpendicular wall of rock and ice. Imagine yourself on your hands and legs, making the last steps toward the summit of Yala Peak. Once there, you look out at the land of mountains and nothing more. You will truly feel as though you are at the top of the world when you reach Yala Peak.

Compared to other climbing peaks in Nepal, Yala Peak is not specifically high in altitude. However, it is rather technical, making it very adventurous. Guided by our experienced team, though, you will have no technical issues making the ascent.

As mentioned, the excursion begins with a lovely journey up and into the Langtang Valley. Meet villagers, many of them who belong to the kindhearted Tamang ethnic group. The villages, combined with their terraced hills and flowing streams, make for a photogenic scenery.

Upon arriving at Kyanjin Gompa, we notice we have arrived in the high alpine area. Little life can exist this high up. There is a monastery in the village, which is awesome to explore. Also, it’s important to rest for a day to acclimatize and explore the area, either by trekking to Tserko Ri (4,985 meters), Kyanjin Ri (4,773 meters), or Langshisha Kharka. Enjoy this day, while your anticipation for the climb begins to grow.

The next day we make a tented base camp at 4800 meters. The next morning, weather permitting, we make our memorable ascent. An incredible mountain panorama lies right before our eyes. The view might just literally take your breath away. Take some moments at the top to soak it all in. This moment only comes once in your life. It took a lot of effort to arrive here, so savour these precious moments. Take some photos to look back on, though the best camera is your own eyes.

Head back to Syabrubesi with a full heart and fulfilled spirit. A memorable adventure deserves a memorable celebration, so we celebrate in Syabrubesi and/or Kathmandu!

Our Yala Peak Climbing itinerary has been designed by expert climbers to maximize acclimatization periods and prevent altitude sickness. We strive to do everything to allow you to have a successful ascent. We can manage the itinerary and costs accordingly. Also, novice and expert climbers alike can take part in Yala Peak Climbing.

Climb Yala Peak any time of the year. The best times to make the trip, though, are during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons. These seasons provide the best weather and clearest skies. It is possible to climb in the winter, though the snow can pose additional challenges. Third Eye Adventure Pvt. Ltd. handles the trek with complete management. If you have any questions about the climb, do ask!

Detail Itinerary



  • All transportation by private vehicle including airport transfers as per itinerary.
  • All Meals and hot drinks (tea, coffee) during trekking and climbing days (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) as indicated by the itinerary
  • All trekking and camping equipment like camp furniture, kitchenware, dining tents, guest tents, etc.
  • Satellite phone carrying by Guide for communication and available for members with the cost of US$ 4 per minute call
  • Appropriate food for high altitude and all climbing crew at base camp and above as required
  • All Accommodation from day 1 to day 16 on twin sharing basis
  • All trekking and climbing-related permits & fees, (Entry Permit of respective region and TIMS Card and climbing permits for Peak).
  • Experienced, Trained and Government Licensed Climbing Guide(s) during Climbing Period as per the size of the group
  • Required fixed and dynamic rope during the climbing period and Oxygen and mask regulator
  • Required Sherpa and porters and their wages.
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes for Trekking and climbing
  • Climbing leaders, Sherpa & porter’s insurance.
  • Farewell dinner in an authentic Nepali restaurant with a cultural program.


  • International airfare to/ from Nepal
  • Kathmandu Hotel and food.
  • Entry Visa fees - at present $30 for 15 days, US$ 50 for 30 days, and US$ 120 for a three-month visa on entry into Nepal.
  • Foods in cities (Except farewell dinner)
  • Insurance which covers, medical, emergency evacuation, loss, theft expenses
  • Any extra expenses arising out of various/unforeseen situations like natural calamities, landslides, political disturbances, strikes, and changes in Government regulations.
  • Drinks: both alcoholic and bottled other than sterilized drinking water.
  • Any packed food/snacks, aerated drinks, energy drinks, mineral water, alcohol, cigarettes, chocolates, nutria-bars
  • Laundry fees
  • All food and beverages other than on the itinerary
  • Ice fall Garbage Deposit fees (Sharing with other members), which is refundable.
  • Personal climbing gears and expenses
  • Tips and gratitude were provided to staff.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

What are the most popular trekking trails in Nepal?

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Nepal has some amazing trekking routes that are popular among both local and international trekkers. These include the Everest Base Camp Trek, Gokyo Valley Trek, Annapurna Base Camp Trek, Mardi Himal Trek, Poonhill Trek, Upper Mustang Trek, Rara Lake Trek, Annapurna Circuit Trek, and Manaslu Trek. Thousands of trekkers come to Nepal every year to explore these beautiful trails.

Where can we store our luggage while trekking?

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You can leave your personal belongings either at a hotel in Kathmandu or at the office of the trekking company. They will keep it safe for you. Just make sure to take the luggage tags and keep them safe until you retrieve your luggage.


Is it possible to rent trekking gear?

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Yes, you can definitely do that. There are many trekking gear shops in Thamel, Kathmandu, where you can either buy new gear or rent gear. Before renting the gear and equipment make sure to check whether it has any defects or not.


How costly is trekking in Nepal?

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Trekking in Nepal is less expensive compared to trekking in Bhutan, Tibet, and India. Food, accommodations, and trekking gear are relatively cheaper. Also, there are no extra payments required while trekking in Nepal. Everything is clearly stated before you start your trek, and there’s no pressure for additional payments, except for the agreed-upon services.

How experienced will my trekking guide be?

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Your trekking guide will be very experienced and reliable. They are authorized by the trekking company and have a trekking license from the Nepal government. They will be responsible for taking good care of you throughout the trek. They know the trekking route, mountains, local culture, and language well. They are also trained to handle any unexpected risks that might come up during the trek. Plus, they’ll be friendly and welcoming.

How much does a visa for Nepal cost?

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For most of the foreigners traveling to Nepal, they can easily get on arrival visa at the Tribhuvan International Airport(TIA).

  • For 15 Days it will cost you – 30 USD
  • For 30 Days it will cost you – 50 USD
  • For 90 Days it will cost you– 125 USD

How many tips should we give to our guide and porter?

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Tipping is based on how satisfied you are with the service. It is a great way to show appreciation for their help. The usual guideline is to give around $5-10 per day for both the guide and porter.





A physically challenging and well-supported
adventure, this journey will push you mentally and physically but leave you with a
great feeling of achievement and a sense of
having done something every special and unique.
If you are the adventurous type and love to push yourself I would highly recommend this trip. Plus go with Third Eye Adventure they will manage perfectly.



This is a trip of a life time. If you want adventure and challenge your self this is the trip for you. Third Eye Adventure provides professional and more than sufficient framework for the trip. The food is good, the team you travel with are nice and helpful.



Great trek up the Langtang valley and to Yala Peak. Very well organized by the Third Eye Adventure. Excellent support from porters and guides/Sherpas. My experience is that this is a company that can be relied upon to deliver what it says it will. Highly recommended.

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