Mera Peak

Dubbed as the highest trekking peak in Nepal- Mera Peak (6476m) presents a unique challenge in the Himalayas. Mera Peak Climbing explores the southern part of the Everest region and the Makalu region. The daunting task of scaling the peak is coupled with the remarkable natural riches of Makalu Barun National Park. Moreover, the climb also mixes captivating scenery with the Himalayan terrain on the way to the summit. Mera Peak is more of a stepping stone to those who wish to conquer higher Himalayas in Nepal.

Mera Peak is located in the remote eastern fringes of Makalu Barun National Park. The peak is one of the most famous peaks in Nepal and sees a fair share of climbers each year. Similarly, Mera Peak is more popular for the scenic rewards which outweigh the challenges of the climb. As such, it is regarded as one of the easier peaks to climb and does technical climbing skills. Like most trips in the Everest region, the journey to climb Mera Peak also begins with a flight to Lukla. From here, you head to the Mera Base Camp and scale the peak before returning to Lukla.

Starting from Lukla, you follow the Dudh Koshi River downstream to Panggom. Further, you reach Kothe and continue to Thangnak. As you enjoy the views of Charpate Himal range, the trail takes you to the desolate region of Makalu Barun National Park at Khare. Then, you acclimatize with the altitude before joining the trail to High Camp. The ascent to the top of Mera Peak offers plenty of challenges as you savor the views of the nearby Himalayas. The summit, however, offers a breath-taking panorama of five of the highest mountains in the world, namely, Mt. Everest (8848m), Kanchenjunga (8586m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu (8481m), and Cho Oyu (8201m). After the successful climb, you head back to Lukla via a different route across Zatrwa La Pass (4610m).

Experience Required

As the trip reaches an altitude of 6,476 meters, it is obvious for the climbers to be physically fir. Likewise, prior climbing experience or training can also be a great help for the climb. Climbers must also have the skill to use mountaineering equipment like crampons, rope, and ice-ax. Similarly, climbers must maintain a steady pace on the trip while acclimatizing with the altitude. Moreover, the autumn season (September to November) and spring season (March to May) is the ideal time to do the climb.

Why climb Mera Peak with 8000 Expeditions

At 8000 Expeditions, we are proud to offer our clients with a variety of Himalayan trips across Nepal. As for Mera Peak Climbing, we focus on your success and safety during the trip. Also, we maintain a small group size with a 2:1 Sherpa to climber ratio. In addition, we have full local support for our trips as well as we provide best quality service.

Please contact us to discuss the itinerary and your preferred dates or your suitability.

01 Arrive in Kathmandu (1,400m) & transfer to hotel
02 Fly Kathmandu to Lukla, trek south to Poyan (2,800m)
03 Trek to Pang Goma (2,880m)
04 Trek to Ngimso (2,610m)
05 Trek to Forest Camp (3,380m)
06 Trek to Kothe (3,550m)
07-08 Trek to Thangnak (4,360m) & acclimatize day
09 Trek to Khare (4,900m)
10 Preparation/ Acclimatization day at Khare
11 Move to High Camp (5,800m)
12 Climb Mera Peak (6,476m) & descend Khare
13 Contingency day in case of bad weather
14 Trek to Thangnak
15 Trek to Kothe
16 Trek to Zatrwa-la (4,120m)
17 Trek to Lukla via cross Zatra-la pass (5,845m)
18 Fly back to Kathmandu
19 Contingency day/ Free day in Kathmandu
20 Depart from Kathmandu

Fixed Departure Dates

Start / Finish Availability Days Price Book
14/10/2021 - 02/11/2021 Guide: Space 19 $ 2,450

Included

  • Airport pick up drop in Kathmandu
  • 3 nights at 4-star Hotel in Kathmandu (Twin sharing, B&B basis)
  • Tea house accommodation-twin sharing basis during trek
  • Airfare: Kathmandu-Lukla- Kathmandu with 15 kg luggage (10kg hold baggage and 5kg hand baggage)
  • Meals Plan: (Breakfast, lunch & dinner) during trek
  • Mera peak climbing permit, entrance fees & National park fees
  • Climbing Sherpa guides & porters
  • Porter on 2:1 basis
  • All Nepali staffs insurance and wages
  • Garbage disposal charges payable to SPCC. (Sagarmatha Pollution Control Committee)
  • Camping equipment's (Tent, meals, foam mattresses, rope, fuel, chair, table and necessary cooking gears
  • Experience cook & kitchen staffs
  • Welcome & farewell dinner in Kathmandu

Not Included

  • International flights
  • Nepal visa fees: Multiple entry 30 days - USD 40
  • Lunch & dinner while staying in Kathmandu
  • Travel Insurance
  • Extra drinks and snacks, hot showers, mineral waters & laundry
  • Tips for guide & porters (Recommended)
  • Helicopter rescue evacuation costs – if required
  • Costs related with an expedition finishing early or you leaving an expedition early
  • Single room supplement $ 220 (extra)
  • Personal equipment hire e.g. Down jacket, sleeping bag, climbing gear...etc. (available at extra cost)
  • Extra night hotel in Kathmandu
Destination: Nepal
Activity level: Strenuous
Best Season: Mar-May & Sept-Nov
Max altitude: 6,476m
Group Size: 3-10 People
Accommodation: Hotel,lodge+Camp

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