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20 Days
Kathmandu
Central Mera Peak (7476M)
Min Age : 18

One of the highest peaks in Nepal is the Mera Peak boasting a height of 6476 metres but requires little or no technical climbing, perfect for those with limited experience. It is situated east of the main Khumbu and our guided trip is 20 days which includes flexibility for several days to attempt the summit. 

We trek in small teams or around 4-5 people with moderate climbing or hiking experience trying to locate a snowy summit. Typically, participants have done some climbing before and learnt some basic techniques but have yet to test themselves at a high altitude. We can also accommodate solo travellers and private climbs. 

We trek as a group with a team of porters that will hike ahead of us and meet us at each stop. We stay in a mixture of tea houses and lodges before taking to camping further up the trail on the next mountain whilst trying to keep the hike comfortable as possible.

Tour Details

Trekking peaks gives mountain lovers the true mountaineering experience. As The highest peak, Mera Peak has been one of the most popular trekking peaks in the Everest Region. A previous trekking experience is recommended but not mandatory. Amateur mountaineers with great stamina and physical fitness along with good acclimatization have successfully climbed Mera Peak.

Mera Peak has three summits: Mera Peak North, South, and Central. The central Mera Peak (6476m) would be our main summit due to its location, as it gives the spectacular view of the world’s beautiful mountain peaks like Cho Yo, Amadablam, Mount Everest, Kangtega Nuptse, and Baruntse. The route is also not as technically demanding as other summits.

The journey to Mera Peak (6470m) begins from Lukla and heads toward the Everest climbing region. It traverses through the pine and rhododendron forest, high yak pastures and glacial lakes. The trekking itinerary has been designed to promote proper acclimatization. If the weather permits, the extra days can be used for relaxing after the trekking. But planning for enough days is necessary for your safety and success of the trip. Our years of experience in the field of mountaineering is certainly going to help you to reach your goals.

Himalayan Circuit Team will be assisting you through all the logistics to make your Mera Peak Expedition a grand success. Get prepared for your steps towards mountaineering expedition.

Departure & Return Location

Kathamndu, Nepal

Price Includes

  • Domestic Air fares To - From Lukla
  • Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu
  • All Entrance Fees, Trekking Permits
  • Personal Trekking Guide
  • All Private Ground Transportation
  • Mera Peak Climbing Permits
  • Experienced Peak Climbing Guide
  • All 3 meals during Trek and Climbing
  • All essential climbing Gear and Equipment
  • All Camping Supplies during Peak Climbing
  • Trekking & Climbing Guide, Porters Meals, Accommodation, Salary & Insurance
  • All taxes Includes

Price Excludes

  • International Flights & Nepal Visa Fees
  • Travel Medical Insurance also need to include Rescue by Chopper
  • All Personal Climbing Gears
  • Client’s Personal Expenses and any kind of Unforeseen Expenses
  • Natural Calamities beyond our Control and Expenses incurred during Rescue Services
  • All bar bills, Water, Personal Food
  • Lunch and Dinner in Kathmandu

Complementaries

  • Sleeping Bag, Down Jackets
  • Local Buddhist & Culture Tours
  • Himalayan Circuit T-Shirt
  • Personal Assistant
What to Expect
  • Climbing the highest trekking Peak - 6476m
  • Ultricies Vehicula Mollis Vestibulum Fringilla
  • Condimentum Sollicitudin Fusce Vestibulum Ultricies
  • Sollicitudin Consectetur Quam Ligula Vehicula
  • Cursus Pharetra Purus Porta Parturient
  • Risus Malesuada Tellus Porta Commodo
Itinerary

Day 01Arrival in Kathmandu, Nepal

Our Tour Officer will meet you at the airport in Kathmandu, and take you to your hotel. Once you’re all checked in, you’ll meet your guide for a briefing Mera Peak Trekking & Climbing and a gear check 

Day 02Climbing Warm up and Shopping Day

Today is a day for you to sightseeing in Kathmandu and pick up any essentials you may have forgotten. We recommend you visit the Durbar Square in the heart of the old city where the old Royal Palace is located. There will be plenty of shopping available in a variety of shops and stalls.
Today there will be a full briefing and gear check so that you are prepared for the trek and locate essential items should you need them.

Day 03Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2840m), trek to Paiya (2825m)

As with most of our Khumbu treks, the road to Mera Peak starts at Lukla. After arriving at Lukla’s tiny airstrip (it looks even smaller when you realise that’s where you have to land), we’ll meet the rest of our Kandoo team and hit the trail south.

We descend first to Surke to cross the river, then a steep rise to Chutok La. The rest of the way to Paiya is flat but undulating terrain, and a good end to our first day of trekking which will take around 4 hours of hiking.

Day 04Trek From Paiya to Panggom (2810m)

Today we hike about 6 – 7 hours across the Piya Khola river with a steep climb up the other side to reach Kari La. The last part of today will be on fairly flat terrain until we reach Panggom where we will stay the night. 

Day 05Trek from Panggom to Ningbo (2970m)

Today’s hike will take around 6-7 hours along the foot of the Zatrwa Massif with plenty of short, steep climbs on rugged terrain. We will camp tonight in Ningbo. 

Day 05From Ningbo to Bamboo Camp (3165m)

Today is when we really head off the beaten track for about 7-8 hours and begin our steep ascent to Ramailo Dada. We will pass through a first of bamboo to the bamboo camp and pitch the tents for the night. 

Day 07From Bamboo Camp to Khote (3650m)

We will continue today through the jungle and pass through a village called Tashin Ongma down to Mosom Kharka and the Inkhu Khola rover. After 7-8 hours walking we will spend the night in the lodge. 

Day 08From Khote to Tagnak (4250m)

Today we will hike mostly in an open valley for around 6-7 hours after leaving the forest. We aim to be in Tagnak by mid afternoon stopping for lunch along the way. 

Day 09Acclimatisation Day at Tagnak

Today we tackle the slopes behind Tagnak, reaching new heights to help with low air pressure. The view of the Mera is not to be missed! 

Day 10From Tagnak to Khare (5045m)

Today’s walk is around 5-6 hours to Khare crossing the river just above Tagnak and up to the Dig Tsho glacier. 

Day 11From Khare to Mera La (5200m)

Today’s hike takes us up to the Hinku Nup glacier which will require crampons and after 6-7 hours of walking we will camp for the night. 

Day 12Contingency & Training Day for your BIG Adventure!

Day Twelve is a contingency day, which means it is a chance to make up any time lost to bad weather or slow going without ruining the rest of the schedule.

If we are on form so far we can skip ahead, of course.

Day 13From Mera La to Mera High Camp (5780m)

Today’s hike will be around 6-7 hours and we will begin the first push to the summit returnings via the Mera La Pass and heading up the glacier itself to High camp. The view is stunning. Be sure to get a good night’s sleep as tomorrow is an early start!

Day 14Ascent of Mera Peak, descent to Khare

Today we will be waking up at around 2am to enjoy a large breakfast ready for the trek to Mera Peaks summit. The path trails along the main glacier and crosses over to the south side to the snowy hump-back ridge. We will be using a lot of equipment today but it is worth it! Today’s hike will take around 10-12 hours hence the early start.

Day 15From Khare to Khote

Today we will follow the Hinku Valley again retracing our steps back to Khote. This will take around 8-9 hours and we will be walking on rocky moraine. 

Day 16From Khote to Chetera La (4160m)

Today’s hike is mostly uphill to Chetera La but the new path is faster to the village and offers spectacular views. Today will take around 8-9 hours. 

Day 17Descent from Chetera La to Lukla, via the Zatrwa La Pass (4600m)

Congratulations, today is the last proper day of trekking which takes us back to Lukla via the Zatrwa La Pass. Although this is the last proper day hiking, it will take around 8-9 hours. 

Day 18Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu

We’ll take an early flight back into Kathmandu and your hotel today. Take some time to explore Kathmandu, if you haven’t done so already.

Day 19Kathmandu Free & Relaxation Time

Free time to explore the vibrant, bustling city of Kathmandu and immerse yourself in its wonderful culture

Day 20Departure

  • Today we’ll drive you back to the airport for your flight. 
  • Congratulations! You conquered Mera Peak!
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