Yala Peak Trekking

Every once in a while we receive thank-you notes and e-mails from happy and satisfied clients  for making their trips memorable (in a good way!:-)). Here are some  comments we received  from clients who went on a trekking expedition to Yala Peak, Langtang region in October 2011.

"…I was with Trapp Lewis and his group on the trek to Langtang and Yala.
I just wanted to let you know that the trip went very well. Due to snow conditions we could not push up to Yala peak itself which was a shame. However, we had a great time and really enjoyed the trekking and also the climbing/mountaineering instruction which we got. We were very impressed by Nima, Dayula, Asha and Dawa who all took very good care of us and also taught us a lot about mountains etc. It was a very well organized trip. Samudra’s help in Kathmandu was also much appreciated by all of us.

We are all looking forward to our next trip to Nepal.

Many thanks and best wishes."

Herbie Dayal, Middlesex, UK

" I echo herbie's comments and most appreciate the obvious work by you and your team in making our trek a most enjoyable one even despite the many changes. All the best…"

Trapp Hampton Reid Lewis

Yala Peak

Yala Peak in Langtang Region (Pic:Explore Himalaya)

Climb Yala Peak with Explore Himalaya


Nepalese Government Officials Scale Yala Peak(5560m)

To prepare themselves for their ascent up Mount Everest next year, a 20-member team of Nepalese government officials scaled and the summit of Yala Peak (5560m) in the Langtang region on 28th June 2010.The team also included  6 trainers. The training programme was organised and managed by Mountain Training Academy Development Board affiliated to the Ministry of Tourism & Civil Aviation.

Nepalese Government Employees to Scale Mount Everest

A team of 20 Nepalese government employees, including a woman, is preparing to climb Mt Everest next spring.The team members have recieved training in mountaineering at Pasang Lhamu Mountaineering Federation and Nagarjun. To prepare themselves for the big climb, the team left for Rasuwa district in the third week of June to climb Yala Peak (5,550m). The team is led by Mr. Leelamani Poudyal, Secretary, Prime Minister’s Office.

The government has exempted permit fee for the expedition and is also bearing all expenses of the expedition.