Mera Peak Climbing
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Mera peak (6,476m) lies in the edge of Khumbu Region which is highest peak permitted for climbing and it provides great and thrilling adventure experience for all adventure lovers. Mera peak is situated at Mahalangur Range and offers opportunity to enjoy unforgettable view of five mountains of above 8,000 meter height; Mt. Everest (8,848m), Mt. Kanchenjunga (8,586m), Lhotse (8,516m), Makalu (8,463m) and Cho Oyu (8,210m).
The peak’s Mera Central was first time climbed by British Army Officer Jim Roberts; grandfather of trekking in Nepal and Tenzing Norgey Sherpa in 1953 and Mera North by Frenchmen Marchel Jolley, G Baus and L Honis in 1975.
There are three route options to climb Mera peak. We choose widely preferred route which pass through Chutanga, Chatra La, Kothe, Thagnak, Khare, Mera Base Camp, High Camp and finally climb to summit of peak. This route is more rapid but a relaxed and offer adequate time to acclimatize.
On the journey, we walk through lush green Valleys, old-fashioned villages; offer glimpse of culture and life style of the local Sherpa people, beautiful green terraced fields, dense forest of rhododendron and pine forest, rushing streams, several suspension bridges and Yak pastures. Hinku valley is also the attraction of this trip which lies below the Mera Peak and widest and most beautiful valley with massive moraines glacier lakes and amazing view of mountains.
The journey start with the exciting mountain flight to Lukla then trek begin with a beautiful Rhododendron and pine forest and pass though Sherpa settlements, glaciers, rough terrain crevasses and finally little challenging climbing to reach summit. The best time for Mera Peak climbing is April, May, late September and October because of stable weather and day is warm as well as dry.
Mera Peak is not more technically challenging peak but on the final climb to summit we need to use some technical mountain climbing equipment such as Ica axe, Crampons, Harness, rope and so on. Previous experience is not mandatory for Mera Peak climbing but it add an advantage. The professional guide provides us required moderate mountaineering training of the climbing techniques, skills and use of gears. You feel free to contact us any time for any information about trip and availability of flexible itinerary.
Arrival on Kathmandu
Kathmandu Sightseeing Tour and Preparation
Fly to Lukla and trek to Chutanga (3200m, 4hrs.)
Trek to Chatara La (4500m, 6hrs.)
Trek to Kothe (3800m, 6hrs.)
Trek to Thagnak (4,300m, 5hrs.)
Trek to Khare (5000m)
Acclimatization day in Khare
Trek to Mera High Camp (5,800m)
Climb to Mera Peak (6,400m) and return back to Khare
Return back to Kothe
Return to Thuli Kharka
Return to Lukla
Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu
Shopping day in Kathmandu
- Hotel in Kathmandu on breakfast basic
- Arrival and departure transfers
- KTM – LUKLA – KTM Airfare
- All meals during trekking (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
- TIMS and Sagarmatha National Park Entrance fees
- Peak Climbing Permits
- Climbing Guide
- Climbing gears
- English speaking guide and necessary number of porters
- Trekking crew salary, food and insurance
- All accommodation during trekking (best available lodge)
- Sleeping bag and down jacket if required
- Company branded T-shirt
- Nepali SIM Card during your Nepal trip
- International airfare
- Travel Insurance
- Emergency Evacuation service
- Extra Hotel night in Kathmandu in needful
- International calls
- Bar bills and personal nature expenses
- Tips for guide and porter
Where is the Mera Peak located?
Mera Peak sits in the Mahalangur section of the Himalaya, to the East of the main Everest massif.
How difficult and technical is the Mera peak trek?
Mera Peak is one of the least technical peaks to climb though considered to be one of highest trekking peaks of Nepal. Moreover it leads to a strenuous long climb to reach the summit that is embedded with moraine-ice-snow and glaciers. Hence// those attempting the Mera Peak climb need to be physically fit with a sound medical health and climbing equipment as well.
Do I need climbing experience for Mera Peak Climb?
If you have done a basic course which will add more to your skill but exactly not overall necessary. You should be physically fit with a sound mental ability and positive frame of mind. Apart from your climbing skill our expert guide will instruct and guide you before the actual climb with techniques needed.
What are the major highlights of the Mera Peak Trek?
The Mera Peak trek is an awe inspiring journey that is fulfilling and exotic. It takes through lush valleys, farmland and rhododendron forests. Besides that, you’ll come across beautiful lakes and rivers, before finding yourself at the base of Mera. The summit is unforgettable as you get a magnificent view that includes Everest and Lhotse!
Can I trek and climb solo on Mera Peak Climb without guides/porters?
Normally individual people are not allowed as per the rules of the country for the safety reasons. However if you want to make a solo trekking or mountain expedition you need to get an approval from the Government agencies. It is always advisable to be with a reputed company so that you will have a safe adventure.
Will I suffer from altitude sickness issues?
It is very much a possibility to get altitude sickness up into the mountains at above 3,000 m or 4,000 m high. In such circumstances one should head down till one is safe and secure at a certain altitude or acclimatize.
How will I get help if I face any kind of problems while trekking the Mera peak?
All guides of Mission Nepal Holidays are professional and have gone through basic medical training as well for high altitude sickness. Our experienced guides will help you in case of medical and personal problems.
What is the minimum or maximum size of the trekking groups?
We try to bring together a small group of likeminded people to give them a memorable and insightful adventurous experience. Our travel group generally comprises a maximum of 12 members. We need a minimum of 2 participants to run our trek programs.
How long do we walk for each day?
The long walk generally depends upon the level of altitude & terrain of the trek. It ranges from 6-7 hours trekking and a bit more if weather conditions are unfavorable..
What about the security during trekking?
Your safety and security is of paramount concern to us. All our guides and other support crew are carefully chosen for your trips. Our guides hold licenses issued by the Government of Nepal. They are very honest and reliable. So you need not worry about your well-being at all.
What happens in case of an emergency situation?
In the event of a serious sickness or a casualty, you will be rescued by a helicopter. You only need to get in touch with the contact person, and upon receipt of the exact location help will arrive as early as possible.
Can I change the itinerary if I want to?
Yes you can always change the itinerary that best suits your interest. However, the date of your trek completion should always be in line with the original itinerary.
What kind of weather should we expect during trekking?
Mountain weather is difficult to predict. Although at night it is generally cooler and the days are warm. Winter (January and February) will be colder but the days can be warm if the sun is out. There will be a bit of snow during the month of January, February and December.
What is the standard of water, and sanitation while trekking?
As trekking is done in different landscapes and trails, those routes are far away from pollution. Water here is drinkable but taking into consideration our client’s health and hygiene we provide mineral water which is purified and filtered.
How can I avoid blisters while trekking?
Shoe and socks should be comfortable, select the right size, thick sole and matter of inner sole. If you have sweating feet then you have to change your socks frequently to keep your feet clean and dry. You should carry blister prevention tape; skin tape can be helpful.
Do I need a trekking pole?
Yes you do need a trekking pole, it helps you save energy in high ascend and descend, if you have weak hips and knees and it helps to reduce the strain.
How will you help me if I suffer from altitude sickness or an accident?
Depending on the seriousness of the accident we provide first aid if not then the company can arrange the evacuation operation to the nearest medical facility accordingly.
What is the guide's qualification who guides us?
We have a government certified and experienced guide who can speak English very well. We have a fleet of expert friendly guides that know the region like the back of their hand.
Is there tipping compulsory for guides and porters?
Tipping is not a compulsion for staff members, although tipping for guide and staff is good practice, porter and guide expect tip, your tip helps their family.
How can we contact you if we need more information?
We are a local trekking company based in Kathmandu. You can contact directly with the following numbers and email addresses:
Landline: +977-01- 4438165 Or +977 9802072870
Email: [email protected]
Why book with us?
- More then 20 years of experience
- A professional and responsible travel company based in Nepal
- Specialist group adventure tours and treks in the Himalayas – India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan
- Fully customisable itineraries and dates
- Professional & friendly local guides – supporting the people of Nepal
- Guaranteed Departures
- No negotiations in giving best quality