- The highest trekking
peak according to Nepal Mountaineering Association in Nepal.
- Experience the
wilderness and thrilling culture of highland Sherpa tribe communities.
- Enjoy the stunning views
of mountains over 8000mtr and other several peaks in the Everest region.
- Moderate challenging
trek and thus easily achievable by the beginners.
- Well, set-up camps at
Base Camp and Higher Camps.
- Experience the thrilling
and scenic flight to Lukla.
- A guided city tour to
UNESCO heritage sites at Kathmandu Valley.
- Exploration of
uninhabited - Hongu and Hinku Valley.
- Climbing Clinic at Mera
Peak Base Camp.
Responsible, and Leave No Trace policy tourism activities.
- An opportunity to
explore the unexplored Everest region.
Mera peak climbing at the elevation of 6,476m in
the lower Khumbu region of Nepal is a classified trekking peak declared by the
Nepal Mountaineering Association. The peak contains three main summits: Mera
North 6476m, Mera Central 6,461m, and Mera South 6,065m. It is the highest
trekking peak among several other peaks in Nepal.
Mera Peak Climbing is adventurous and less
challenging with little mountaineering experience. Most of the trip is hiking
through the villages of Hinku valley. The trekking demands less technical
experience rather than physical fitness and acclimatization with the high
altitude. Therefore, it is a perfect trekking route for beginners to begin
their climbing and mountaineering experience.
Mera peak offers the magnificent panoramic
summit views of five of the six world’s tallest mountains: Mt. Everest 8848m,
Mt. Lhotse 8516m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m, Mt. Makalu 8463m, and Mt. Kanchenjunga
8586m. The trekking route itself is the exploration of the lush green
subtropical forest filled with rhododendron, pines, and oak trees surrounded by
the giant Himalayan peaks.
The trip to Mera peak kicks off with a scenic
mountain flight to Lukla Airport from Tribhuvan International Airport. We will
meet our trekking experts and staff and continue our journey through remote and
beautiful Hinku Valley. The terraced fields, running streams, and dense forest
in this area of Everest region is home to the Sherpa and Tibetan culture.
Best time to Travel:
Mera peak is technically less challenging to
climb, however, because of the higher altitude, the weather can be tough if not
traveled in the best season. The best season for climbing the Mera peak is
spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) when the wind is low and
rain is zero. Mera Peak Climbing will be technically more difficult in the
winter season unless you wish to do so. Mera Peak Climbing in Nepal is all-time
popular among beginner climbers as you can witness panoramic views of a hundred
plus snow-capped peaks, during the clear weather.
|Day 01: ||Arrival at Kathmandu and transfer to hotel|
|Day 02: ||Sightseeing at Kathmandu and Preparation for Climb|
|Day 03: ||Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport (2,850m/9,350ft) and trek to Chhuthang (3,050m/10,006ft)|
|Day 04: ||Trek from Chhuthang to Thuli Kharka (3900m/12,597ft) via Zatrawala Pass|
|Day 05: ||Trek from Thuli Kharka to Kothe|
|Day 06: ||Trek from Kothe to Thangnak |
|Day 07: ||Trekking to Khare from Thangnak |
|Day 08: ||Rest day in Khare/ Acclimatization day |
|Day 09: ||Trek to Mera Base Camp|
|Day 10: ||Base camp to Mera High Camp|
|Day 11: ||Summit to Mera Peak and back to Khare|
|Day 12: ||Reserve day in case of extreme weather|
|Day 13: ||Trek from Khare to Kothe|
|Day 14: ||Trek from Kothe to Thuli kharka|
|Day 15: ||Thuli Kharka to Lukla (2,850m/4,430ft) via Zatrawala Pass|
|Day 16: ||Fly back to Kathmandu from Lukla|
|Day 17: ||Leisure day / Rest day at Kathmandu|
|Day 18: ||Departure from Kathmandu|