Climbing Yubra Peak - 16 nights 17 days
Climbing Yubra Peak
Yubra Peak Peak stands at an elevation of 60,48 meters above sea level. It is a quite technical climbing peak Langtang region
Necessary Park Permit: Langtang National Park Entry Permit: As Yubra Peak is located within Langtang National Park, you need to obtain an entry permit from the Nepal Tourism Board or the park entrance in Syabrubesi. TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card: As of 2018, the TIMS card is not required for individual trekkers in the Langtang region.
Peak Climbing Permit: Yubra Peak climbing you need a climbing permit issued by the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA). Contact the NMA or consult a trekking agency in Nepal for the most up-to-date information regarding the climbing permit requirements, procedures, and fees. Itinerary:
Duration for trek and Climbing: Yubra Peak climbing is around 13 to 14 days, including trekking to and from the peak. The trekking route usually starts from Syabrubesi, passing through beautiful Langtang Valley, Kyanjin Gompa, and then ascending towards Yubra Base Camp. Proper acclimatization and gradual ascent are crucial to minimize the risk of altitude-related problems. Guides and Support:
Yubra Peak climbing requires a good level of physical fitness and some prior trekking or mountaineering experience. Basic mountaineering skills such as using ice axes, crampons, and ropes are necessary.
Needed equipment for Climbing Yuba Peak: Essential climbing equipment includes mountaineering boots, crampons, ice axes, harnesses, helmets, ropes, and appropriate clothing layers for cold and high-altitude conditions. It is advisable to consult with your guide or trekking agency for a comprehensive equipment list.
The best time for Yubra Peak climbing in the Langtang region is during the spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) seasons when the weather is relatively stable with clear skies. Winter climbs can be challenging due to extreme cold and snow conditions. Safety Considerations:
Climbing Yubra Peak involves inherent risks, including altitude sickness and unpredictable weather conditions. It is essential to follow safety guidelines, acclimatize properly, and be prepared for any contingencies. Please note that the information provided is a general overview, and it is crucial to consult with local authorities, experienced guides, or trekking agencies for detailed and up-to-date information on Yubra Peak climbing in the Langtang region.
Drinking water during the Trek: It is better to use water purification drops and tablets which you can either bring from your country or buy in Kathmandu.
You need to Join a Trekking Agency: Individual trekkers cannot obtain climbing permits, they must purchase them from government-registered trekking agencies. The reason for this is that climbing Yubr Peak without a guide is impossible.
Cominicuition Service Trek and Expedition: Some Trekking regions will not be covered by mobile phone networks. Some places do offer landline and satellite phone service, but it will cost you 5 to 10 USD per minute to contact your family or friends. Therefore, be sure to carry extra money when hiking in the mountains or climbing peaks in Nepal.
Land Transport Service Yubra Peak climbing: You can hire a privet Jeep from Kathmandu to Sayprubensi for 7 hours If you travel by Local bus it takes 9 hours to Kathmandu Saybrubensi.
The cost will be based on a group of 2-6 people Groups
|1||Arrival Kathmandu and transfer to hotel||1300||one hour drive from airport to hotel||Hotel in Kathmandu|
|2||Kathmandu to Syaprubesi||1400||8-9 hours by bus drive||Lodge|
|3||Syapru to Lama Hotel||2455||5-6 hours||Lodge|
|4||Lama hotel to Mundo||3430||5-6-hours||Lodge|
|5||Mundo to Kyanjin Goompa||3870||2-3 hours||Lodge|
|6||Visit to Chergo Ri||4900 Meters||6-7 hours||Lodge|
|7||Kyangjin to Yubra Peak Base camp||5500||4-5 hours||Tent Camping including BLD Service|
|8||Yubra base camp to Camp Two||5700 Meters||4-hours||Tent Camping-include BLD Service|
|9||Camp Two to Summit Yubra Peak (6,035) Meters and back to Base camp||5500||8-9 hours||Tent Camping including BLD Service|
|10||Base camp to Lama Hotel||2455||6-7-hours||Lodge|
|11||Lama Hotel to Syaprubensi||1400||4-5 hours||Lodge|
|12||Syapru to Kathmandu||1300||8-9-hours||Hotel in Kathmandu|
|13||Kathmandu||1300||Free Visit||Hotel in Kathmandu with B&B Service|
|14||Departure Day||After Breakfast drive to Kathmandu airport||By plane to Your Country||At Home|
Climbing Yubra Peak cost 2,700 $ per person
- Above the cost Nepal Alsace trek includes: Climbing guide, porters cook, Accommodations, tent, The Yubra peak climbing permit, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner with coffee or tea during the trek and climbing. We do also include the hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast service as per our itinerary, Langtang park permit, Kathmandu to Syabrubensi to Kathmandu bus and arrival & Departure transport.
Climbing Yubra Peak Cost Excludes
- Your Personal Climbing equipment and Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
- International air ticket, Nepali visa fees & hard and soft during the trek.
- Tips for guide and porters.
Technical peak (6035m) 48/58 Slope
It costs 2,700 dollars per person to climb Yubra peak
Transportation by public or private transport > Tea house lodge trek Syabru to Kangjin > 4 nights tent and teahouse lodge trek Sybrubensi
Passport photocopy (should be very clear with color scan) and validity minimum 6 months. 2 passport-size photos. Occupation. Home details address. Insurance copy
A climbing season that lasts from September to November and 18 March to 15 June is ideal for Yubra Peak
Normally, you need to bring with you flowing equipment. >> Alpine boot your good size. >> Ice ax, Harness, Karabiner Lock & Unlock >> Fix rope, Jammer, Ice hammer, Snow bag >> Helmet and others which are not mansions here.
Yes, you can see from the top of (6035 meters) Langtang Ri (7,205m), Langtang Lirung (7,227m) Langsisa Ri (6,427m) Kangchombo (6,387m) Nayakhang (5,844m) and part of Tibet.
You feel like you’ve been hungover/ you don’t feel well/ you have headaches/ you’re short of breath/ you’re not eating well/ you’re tired/ you’re vomiting/ you’re having fevers etc.
Peak climbing is not easy, depending on which peak you are climbing. One peak is less technical than another, while others are very difficult and require more mountaineering equipment. Before climbing the peak, you need to pass through a minimum 5,000-meter-high trekking pass
In Nepal, traveling alone is fine as long as you hire a guide or porter to accompany you if you are trekking or climbing mountains. While on the tea house trek and during the climbing trek, our agency staff will always take good care of you and will provide you with a single room single tent.
Upon your arrival in Kathmandu, we will brief you on how to climb Nepal trekking peaks on your first inquiry from the trip. You will have direct access to experienced and professional climbing guides who will offer advice or answers to your questions. If you travel with us, then, of course, we will provide you with qualified guides who have experience trekking and climbing at high altitudes. Our trekking and climbing staff are all covered by insurance. You can speak directly with us about your proposed climbing Nepal Trekking peaks, will brief you on our experience climbing guide who has many times summit Nepal Trekking peaks