Mount Yubra (6035m), lies in the Langtang region, North of Kathmandu valley and nearby Langtung Lirung Himal. "Yubra" literally means "covered with snow". The climb offers amazing views of Ganesh Himal, Rasuwa peaks, Langshisha Ri, Dorje Lakpa, Yala Peak, Naya Kanga, and Shishapangma peak at the backdrop, not to forget an interesting insight into the beautiful culture and lifestyle of the local Tamang people and the beautiful landscapes. The route to Yubra follows the regular Langtang trek upto Kyanjin Gompa and then heads to base camp of Yubra.
It designates a comparatively flat glacier area 3 to 4 kms long and 1.5km wide. The glacier is around 6000 meters high from sea level. Fin-like ridge of Yubra is visible only over Lirung glacier from Kyanjin Gompa.
Normally a 4-5 days trek, it's an interesting journey compared to other crowded peaks. Despite its technical appeal and stunning location, so far, only 10 climbing attempts have been made after climbing permit was issued, only as far back in 2002.
Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu and transfer to hotel
Day 02: Rest day at Kathmandu for sightseeing
Day 03: Drive from Kathmandu to Shyabrubesi
Day 04: Trek Shyabrubesi to Lama Hotel
Day 05: Trek Lama Hotel to Gorha Tabela
Day 06: Trek Gorha Tabela to Langtang Valley
Day 07: Trek Langtang valley to Kyanjin Gomba
Day 08: Rest day at Kyanjin Gomba for acclimatization
Day 09: Trek Kyanjin Gomba to Yubra Himal Base Camp 4,900 m
Day 10: Early morning climb Yubra Himal 6035 m and after summit return back Base Camp
Day 11: Trek Base camp to Kyanjin Gomba
Day 12: Trek Kyanjin Gomba to Langtang valley
Day 13: Trek Langtang Valley to Lama Hotel
Day 14: Trek Lama Hotel to Shyabrubesi
Day 15: Drive from Shyabrubesi to Kathmandu
Day 16: Rest day at Kathmandu
Day 17: Departure to your next destination