|forward conditions||midday, snow|
|reverse conditions||night, snow|
Situated amongst the frigid foothills of Mount Yala in Tibet, this simple track was designed using a layout that was proposed during the planning of Harpstone but rejected in favor of a more complex version. 14 years after Harpstone’s completion, the old blueprints of the prototype layout were acquired by an inconspicuous Tibetan construction firm, who proceeded to build Yala Outpost with a modified version of the plan. The track’s completion in 2159 has raised the question of why a company with no experience in racetrack construction would resurrect an outdated layout by building it in the middle of nowhere, though viewer numbers do show that the track is decently popular among fans.