Mera Peak

Mera Peak Climbing

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Do you have some climbing experience and look for a challenge in the Himalayas? Look no further, the Mera Peak Climbing Expedition allows you to summit Mera Peak. Mera Peak is 6654 meters high making it a formidable challenge and a great adventure. In Nepal there are thousands of known and unknown peaks. Some peaks cannot be climbed for reasons of culture and religion whereas there are plenty that can. Among these peaks suitable for climbing is Mera Peak. The route is very technical climbing. You will not be able to do this climb if you have no experience and are not familiar with the technical equipment that is needed. The summit of Mera Peak is a great achievement and one which can be hard to reach. You are however rewarded for summiting. Glorious views of five 8.000 m peaks can be seen. There are Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. It is a challenging and exciting expedition to partake and we’d love to be able to help you complete these aims.

Our climbing of Mera Peak begins with a scenic flight to Lukla. It is the main gate way to the Khumbu region. From here we carry our equipment to the mountain. The trek starts out walking through dense forests. Climbing upwards at all times, we begin to reach higher altitudes. We ensure to acclimatize properly and take the necessary rests for a successful ascent. Our goal is to reach the summit of Mera Peak and our staff will do everything responsibly to make this come true. After reaching the summit, the expedition returns to Lukla for a flight back to Kathmandu.

We must stress again that this is not a climbing expedition for beginners. If you are a climber with some experience looking for an Himalayan adventure then this is the right choice for you. Mera Peak can be climbed year round. The different seasons do not really have an effect on the enjoyment of the climb. Your safety is our priority and our team will ensure you have a great experience whilst attempting the summit.

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All about the Mera Peak Climbing.

Do you have some climbing experience and look for a challenge in the Himalayas? Look no further, the Mera Peak Climbing Expedition allows you to summit Mera Peak. Mera Peak is 6654 meters high making it a formidable challenge and a great adventure. In Nepal there are thousands of known and unknown peaks. Some peaks cannot be climbed for reasons of culture and religion whereas there are plenty that can. Among these peaks suitable for climbing is Mera Peak. The route is very technical climbing. You will not be able to do this climb if you have no experience and are not familiar with the technical equipment that is needed. The summit of Mera Peak is a great achievement and one which can be hard to reach. You are however rewarded for summiting. Glorious views of five 8.000 m peaks can be seen. There are Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. It is a challenging and exciting expedition to partake and we’d love to be able to help you complete these aims.

Our climbing of Mera Peak begins with a scenic flight to Lukla. It is the main gate way to the Khumbu region. From here we carry our equipment to the mountain. The trek starts out walking through dense forests. Climbing upwards at all times, we begin to reach higher altitudes. We ensure to acclimatize properly and take the necessary rests for a successful ascent. Our goal is to reach the summit of Mera Peak and our staff will do everything responsibly to make this come true. After reaching the summit, the expedition returns to Lukla for a flight back to Kathmandu.

We must stress again that this is not a climbing expedition for beginners. If you are a climber with some experience looking for an Himalayan adventure then this is the right choice for you. Mera Peak can be climbed year round. The different seasons do not really have an effect on the enjoyment of the climb. Your safety is our priority and our team will ensure you have a great experience whilst attempting the summit.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

We take care of most of the hassles with coming to Nepal. Here is a list of some of the things that we cover.

  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners & dining
  • All accommodation throughout the expedition
  • All transportation within Nepal including flights to Lukla
  • Transfers to and from Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Basic equipment needed for the expedition
  • Climbing permits
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

Unfortunately there are some things which we cannot cover.

  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Photography equipment
  • Your own personal climbing equipment
  1. Day 1 Arrive in Kathmandu

    When you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport, we will be there waiting. Our friendly staff will welcome you and bring you to the partner hotel for your first night.

  2. Day 2 Kathmandu Cultural Tour

    Today, you will experience a fantastic tour of Kathmandu valley. During the morning you will visit three temples with magnificent histories. Pashupatinath which is one of the oldest Hindu temples in the city will leave you inspired. Bauddhanath, a Buddhist temple also known as little Tibet and Swayambhunath, the monkey temple. Finishing this we return for lunch. After lunch you will visit Kathmandu’s Durbar Square and Patan Durbar Square. At Durbar Square you will have the opportunity to visit Kumari, the living goddess.

  3. Day 3 Kathmandu to Lukla to Chhutanga - 3,450m

    We wake up early and head to the airport in Kathmandu. The Mera Peak Climbing expedition will well and truly begin with an exciting morning flight to Lukla. The flight offers great views of the snowy mountains and the journey time is approximately 35-40 minutes. After packing our bags, we start the trek up to Chhutang. The trail takes us through rhododendron and pine forests. It will take us 5-6 hours to reach Chhutanga where we spend the evening.

  4. Day 4 Chhutanga to Chhitrala - 4,100m

    The walk today is fascinating. It is like walking in a desert. It is a very dry landscape and vegetation does not grow. The scenic journey takes 5-6 hours. Upon reaching Chhitrala we’ll be able to see the Khumbu valley. Makalu can be seen very clearly as we relax for the evening with a cup of coffee at our camp.

  5. Day 5 Chhitrala to Tashing Dingma - 4,000m

    After having breakfast we continue our trail to Tashing Dingma. There are a number of steep ascents and descents. We need to cross a number of ridges before reaching Tashing Dingma. The trekking lasts for around 5 to 6 hours. The journey takes us through lush forest and shrub land. There is a great chance to encounter wild Langur monkeys on the route. We will eventually reach Tashing Dingma where we stay the night.

  6. Day 6 Tashing Dingma to Thaknak - 4,350m

    On Day 6, we continue our walk to Thaknak. Again, there are numerous ascents and descents to contend with. We walk through beautiful scenic landscapes. After walking around 5 to 6 hours we arrive at a small herder’s village of Thaknak. Here we will set up camp for the night.

  7. Day 7 Thaknak to Khara - 5,000m

    Today’s walk leads us to Khare. It is also known as the base camp of Mera Peak. The day has some pleasant walking with gradual ascents and descents before crossing a river. The day ends climbing uphill until we reach Khare. The trek takes approximately 5-6 hours. When we arrive in Khara we set up our camp to stay the night.

  8. Day 8 Acclimatization in Khare

    Today is a full day rest. The camping experience at Khare is something very special. You will remember it forever! The beauty of the North face of Mera Peak can be seen from the campsite. You can explore the local surroundings on this rest day or simply relax at camp as we prepare for the ascent on Day 9.

  9. Day 9 Khara to Mera La - 5,400m

    After breakfast, we leave the base camp. We follow the trail which climbs for 1-2 hours. It leads us to the top of the moraine. It is just above Khare. Before resuming the climb up a rough slope, we reach below lower Mera glacier. From here we cross and climb to the right of the glacier. Crampons are needed for the short climb to reach the plateau of Mera La. We’ll rest here at our camp which is just below the pass.

  10. Day 10 Mera La Advanced Base Camp - 5,800m

    It’s time to head to advanced base camp which is where we will spend the night. It’s a steep ascent of around 5-6 hours. There are wonderful views of the world’s highest peaks on offer. Most notably of Everest, Makalu, Lhotse and Cho Oyu. Kangchenjunga is also very close. Here we bunk out in an amazing Himalayan location.

  11. Day 11 Advanced Base Camp to Mera Peak Summit - 6,654m

    Today we’ll make a beeline to summit Mera peak. Climbing for 4 to 5 hours leads us to the summit. Standing on the top gives you a wonderful sense of achievement. You are rewarded with excellent views that truly do take your breath away. We enjoy the views of the highest peaks in the world from the summit. Remember your camera to capture this special moment! Spending a few precious moments before we descend to Rato Odar for the night. Rato Odar means “red cave’’.

  12. Day 12 Reserve day for any unforeseen circumstances

    There are no guarantees for good weather on the day we want to summit. This day is used as a contingency incase we are unable to reach the summit of Mera Peak on day 13. There are many reasons why we could need this extra day such as altitude problems. If the trip goes smoothly, we do not need this spare day.

  13. Day 13 Khare to Kothe - 3,600m

    After the enormous success of the expedition to Mera Peak, it is time to make the journey back to Lukla. We descend through Hinku Valley to Kothe for our overnight stay. We leave behind the outstanding Himalayan scenery. This night we can enjoy some local wines and delicious food. We can fully relax at the camp, you deserve it!

  14. Day 14 Kothe to Thuli Kharka

    Today, we climb upwards for approximately two hours. We walk through forests on the west side of the Hinku Valley. It is a pleasant walk through Rhododendron forests. These are some of the best trails in the Himalayas of Nepal. We can observe the wide range of Mera peaks, Mera South, Mera Central, and Mera North from Thuli Kharka. Resting in Thuli Kharka and planning the final trek to Lukla for Day 15.

  15. Day 15 Thuli Kharka to Lukla

    Today is our last day trekking. We will have breakfast and continue downhill to Lukla. Two hours from Thuli Kharka leads us to Zatrwa La Pass. Cho yu, Kongde, Numbur Himal and Kusum Kangaru are some peaks which we can see from the top of the pass. Crossing this pass we can observe Lukla valley. Reaching Lukla we make confirmation of our flight, take a hot shower and start our final trek celebrations.

  16. Day 16 Fly back to Kathmandu

    We will take an early morning flight to Kathmandu. It will take about 35 to 40 minutes. We can enjoy the beautiful scenery from the plane. Upon reaching Kathmandu, you can do last minute shopping in Kathmandu. At night we celebrate a farewell dinner together with the entire trekking team.

  17. Day 17 Final Departure from Kathmandu

    After accomplishing one of the world’s best expeditions, your journey in Nepal comes to an end. We will arrange for a transfer to the airport in plenty of time. Have a safe journey and we will see you when you next return to Nepal!

Mera Peak
Mera Peak Panorama
Mera Peak Views
Mera Peak Views
Accommodation for Expedition

We will take care of you during your time in Nepal. We work with reputable hotels, tea houses and lodges from the moment you arrive in Kathmandu throughout the whole trip. Providing breakfast and the amenities that you come to expect, we want to make sure that you are as comfortable as possible during your time in Nepal with us.
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These are all included as part of the tour price. There is no additional costs to pay here so you are safe in the knowledge of when you step off the plane at Kathmandu airport, you will have somewhere booked for you to stay that evening.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance.
A reminder of the things we provideYou can see this below

We take care of most of the hassles with coming to Nepal. Here is a list of some of the things that we cover.

  • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners & dining
  • All accommodation throughout the expedition
  • All transportation within Nepal including flights to Lukla
  • Transfers to and from Tribhuvan International Airport
  • Basic equipment needed for the expedition
  • Climbing permits
A reminder of what we don't provideYou can see this below

Unfortunately there are some things which we cannot cover.

  • Travel insurance and other emergencies
  • Visa fees
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Photography equipment
  • Your own personal climbing equipment