Mera Peak Climbing

Island Peak Climbing

Mera Peak is regarded as the highest official trekking peak in Nepal. It rises to the south of Everest and dominates the beautiful and remote valleys of Hinku and Hongu. The ascent to this peak is made from the Mera La pass (5415m) on the Northern Face, which connects the unpopulated valley of Hongu to the Hinku. In the Khumbu Himalaya, climbing Mera Peak (6476m) is seriously challenging but does not require any specialist degree of mountaineering knowledge. The ascent of the peak is technically straightforward; however, heavy snow and the maze of crevasses can make the way to the summit take longer. Climbing Mera Peak is an opportunity for all experienced trekkers and amateur climbers who dream and dare to stand on a Himalayan summit with a sense of great achievement.

The expedition to Mera Peak is a high-altitude trek and climb; participants need to be physically fit and acquainted with the use of an ice axe and crampons. Instruction in the use of these will be given in Kathmandu and at base camp near Khare during our Mera Peak climbing trip. It is possible for an experienced climber to reach the summit and return to base camp in one day. However, we prefer to establish a high camp at 5750m, in order to shorten the summit day. This climbing trip is a supremely rewarding experience. It provides glorious views, with a vista that takes in Kanchenjunga and Makalu to the east and Everest appearing over the massive southern aspect of Nuptse and Lhotse to the north. To the west stand the spires of Ama Dablam and Kang Taiga, while in the distance is the mighty bastion of Cho Oyu. This is one of the finest panoramas of many of the world's highest peaks.



Day 01: Arrival and transfer to the hotel

Day 02: Day free and prepare for the administrative gears

Day 03: Kathmandu-Lukla-Chhutanga : About 45mn of flight and 3hrs of walk, O/N campat 3050m

Day 04: Chhutanga-Chhatrapuk: About 5-6hrs of walk, O/N camp at 4300m

Day 05: Chhatrapu –Chhatra la (4600m)Khote: About 5-6hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 3700m

Day 06: Khote - Tangnag: About 4-5hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 4350m

Day 07: Tangnag -Khare: About 4-5hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 5035m

Day 08: Khare : day acclimatation

Day 09: Khare- Mera La: About 5-6hrs of walk, O/N camp at 5413m

Day 10: Mera la –High camp: About 5-6hrs of walk, O/N camp at 5600m

Day 11: High camp –Sommit (6654m)-Khare: About 7-8hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 4930 m

Day 12: Khare–Khote: About 6-7hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 3700m

Day 13: Khote-Chhatrapuk: About 5-6hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 4300

Day 14: Chhatrapuk-Lukla: About 6-7hrs of walk, O/N camp or lodge at 2700

Day 15: Lukla-Katmandou : About 45mn of flight,O/N at Hotel
Day free

Day 16: Departure to the International airprot

Day 17: Lukla-Katmandou : About 45mn of flight,O/N at Hotel

Cost Include(s)

  • Transportation as per mentioned in the program traveling by flight
  • Complete full board trekking in camping (except the beverage
  • An English-speaking guide and necessary helper guides (Sherpas) (French speaking guide for necessary)
  • One porter for 2 persons
  • National Park Fee, TIMS card
  • Four night hotel in Kathmandu
  • Nepali staff insurance

Cost Exclude(s)

  • Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu
  • Any expenses caused by reason beyond our control such as roadblock due to natural climates and accidents and unforeseen events. Etc…
  • Personal insurance (medical / repatriation of the participants)
  • Personal trekking equipment (sleeping bags etc)
  • Airport Tax and tips for trekking staff.
  • Drinking water, alcohol, hot shower for during a trekking
  • Visa fee

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Trip Facts

  • Destination: Everest
  • Season: -
  • Highest Altitude: 6476m
  • Grade: -
  • Transportation: Flight
  • Accommodation: Lodge / Tent
  • Duration: 17 Days
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