HIGHLIGHTS

  • Mera Peak Climbing is the highest trekking peak that rises to the South Mera of Mount Everest.
  • Witness stunning Mountaineering views of 5 mountains over 8000 meters altitude – Mt. Everest 8848m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m, Mt. Makalu 8485m, Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m, Mt. Lhotse 8516m, and several other peaks inside the Everest region.
  • Explore around the wild, uninhabited and beautiful – Hongu and Hinku valleys.
  • Enjoy the thrilling experience of the culture and tradition of highland Sherpa tribe communities.

At a glance

Avg. Distance per day
6 km
Starting Point
Kathmandu
Ending Point
Kathmandu
Average Time
6.5 hrs
Highest point
6461 m
Grade
Strenuous
Mera Peak

Overview

Mera Peak Climbing is graded as a strenuous peak climbing in Nepal. The highlight of climbing this mountain is its magnificent views of the Himalayan Vista. This peak climb suits best all fit and experienced trekkers who dare to dream to stand on the Himalayan summit next to Mt Everest. Identically we customize the climbing training course covering various aspects of climbing techniques and skills. The training covers glacier travel, rope fixing, ascending and descending, etc. Indeed, the day training ensures you have the necessary climbing skills and confidence to scale the summit successfully.

Our Mera Peak  tinerary is carefully designed with steady ascent and a separate day set aside in Khare to allow plenty of time for acclimatization. The usual route to Mera Peak is directly via the Zatra La Pass, but we follow the route that heads south from Lukla and up the beautiful Hinku Valley and later return via Zatra La pass. Following this route has a few advantages. We not only pass through the beautiful Nepalese wilderness but also through quaint villages which will give us a glimpse into the rich culture of the locals. Additionally, since the route is longer, it’s better for acclimatization.

Mera Peak is an ideal climb for people who are not expert climbers but still want to reach the top of the lofty mountains of Nepal. Col. Jimmy Robert and Sen Tenzing have first climbed the Mera summit in the year 1953. The best time to climb Mera is either Spring (March, April, and May) or Autumn (September, October, November) for breathtaking views of the Himalayan Panorama. Surprisingly, you can observe five 8000m peaks from the top of Mera that includes Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga.

Itinerary

Day 01: KATHMANDU (1350M) - ARRIVAL DAY
Day 02: KATHMANDU (1350M) - PREPARATION
Day 03: LUKLA (2800M) - REST DAY
Day 04: CHUTANGA (3450M) - 4 HOUR TREK
Day 05: CROSS ZATRWA LA (4600M) TO KHARTITANG AT (3900M) - 6 TO 8 HOURS TREK
Day 06: KOTHE (4095M) - 5 HOURS TREK
Day 07: TANGNANG (4350M) - 4 HOURS
Day 08: TANGNANG (4350M) - REST DAY
Day 09: KHARE (5,045M) - 3 HOURS TREK
Day 10: MERA BASE CAMP (5300M) - 5 HOURS TREK
Day 11: HIGH CAMP (5780M) - 5 HOURS TREK
Day 12: MERA SUMMIT (6476M) AND DESCEND TO KHARE (5045M) - 12 TO 15 HOURS TREK
Day 13: KOTHE (3600M) - 5 HOURS TREK
Day 14: THULI KHARKA - 6 HOURS TREK
Day 15: LUKLA - 8 HOURS TREK
Day 16: KATHMANDU (1350M)
Day 17: DEPART KATHMANDU (1350M)

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