Mera Peak ClimbingNepal's Highest Trekking Peak
Trip Highlights of Mera Peak Climbing
- During Mera Peak climbing, you will climb Mera Peak, the highest trekking peak, and rise to the South Mera of Mount Everest.
- Watching the breath-taking view of the high snow-capped mountains over 8000 meters altitude – Mt. Everest 8848m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m, Mt. Makalu 8485m, Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m, Mt. Lhotse 8516m, and many other peaks inside Everest region.
- Getting to know the local people and exploring the dense forest of Hinku Valley.
- Getting to know about the local life and culture of the Gurung and Sherpa tribe.
- Trekking with the highly experienced UIAGM leader and Sherpa trek crew and walking through the loop trail.
Overview of Mera Peak Climbing
Mera Peak Climbing is another accessible climbing peak in the Khumbu region. It is at a height of 6654 meters. The Everest areas are the best for their most exceptional view. One can view more than 8000-meter peaks. like Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga.
Mera Peak Climbing (6654m) is Nepal’s highest climbing peak. It does not require technical climbing. Mera peak climbing is attracting more trekkers and novice climbers these days. You can take the best trekking and climbing on snow experience. It is an isolated part of the Khumbu region.
We can enjoy the unspoiled and uninhabited Hinku Valley during trekking. It lies below the Mera Peak. Moreover, this is one of the wildest and most beautiful in Nepal. The Mera Peak trekking area has massive moraines and glacial lakes.
It has one of the most stunning mountain views. Thus, it gives you the best views of Nepal and a vista that takes you to Kanchenjunga and Makalu. In the east, Mount Everest appears over the massive southern aspect of Nuptse and Lhotse to the north.
Mera Peak is one of the popular climbing destinations in Nepal.
This Mera peak climbing begins with an early morning scenic flight. It offers fantastic views of the mountains. The first part of the trail is going through the pristine Rhododendron, pine, and streams. We can have spectacular views of Numbur Himal, Kongdi RI, and Karyolang Peak.
We can view many other mountains and peaks along the way. We start descent the path from Chapatti tal. which will also cross a sandy bowl to the steep stream to Dig Kharka. We will have a rest day at Kharea to make our bodies fit. And continue to the Mera Peak trail, depending on whether the weather is successful.
After this beautiful Mera peak trek, you will experience real mountaineering in the high Himalayas. We enjoy incredible views across Baruntse (7129m). Chamlang (7319m) and Nau Lekh (6360m) with Makalu (8481m) loom behind. Following the beaten trail of the Himalayas of Nepal, we retrace our journey to Lukla Airport.
This trek provides rare chances to come across face-to-face with the spectacular scenery. One can see mountains and pristine forests. They can view the Geo-cultural atmosphere of the highest altitude in the world. You can witness the Mera peak climbing from the south of Mount Everest.
You will get the incredible chance to see magnificent mountains like Mt. Everest 8848m, Mt. Cho Oyu 8201m, Mt. Makalu 8485m, Mt. Kanchenjunga 8586m, Mt. Lhotse 8516m along with many other peaks on the Everest region. We will visit Sagarmatha National Park and get to see many rare animals. We will get close to the local Sherpa and Gurung people and observe their culture.
Itinerary of Mera Peak Climbing
Day 01: Welcome at Kathmandu Airport
We will meet you at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport. We will transfer you to your hotel for your Mera peak climbing trip. You have time to settle in and freshen up after your long flight. We invite you to our office for a briefing about your program. We will have a short meeting to discuss your itinerary and other details. Furthermore, we will process the trekking and climbing permits. If you arrive at night, we meet the following day.
Day 02: A full day sightseeing tour of Kathmandu, the capital valley
Today, we are going for a Kathmandu day tour with a tour guide and a private car. We will visit the Hindu pilgrimage sites of Pashupatinath Temple and Swyambhunath. They are ancient and enlisted UNESCO World Heritage sites. The biggest Buddhist Stupa at Boudhnath at the end. You can explore the local areas, gullies, and lifestyles on the journey back to the hotel.
Day 03: Flight from KTM to Lukla
Take a short flight to Lukla for about 40 minutes on the small plane to start our Mera peak climbing. We enter the deep gorge of the Dudh Koshi valley. With clear weather, we get fantastic views of the mountains, including Everest. Today, we will spend the rest of the time enjoying the Lukla valley and the panorama.
Day 04: Lukla trek to Chutanga
A good Mera peak climbing trail leads through the pasture. It leads to the edge of a diminishing forest of rhododendrons and pine. It clothes the steep hillsides. Today, we are walking through several tiny hamlets. The trail goes in a thick forest on the hill.
After a short, straight walk from Lukla, we will slightly ascend to Chutanga. We must walk through the pristine Rhododendron (National flower of Nepal) and pine. We are passing many small streams and see lots of camping places. We are using a local guesthouse for our overnight stay.
Day 05: Chutanga trek to Chatara la
Today, we will start ascending to cross the Chatara pass for our Mera peak climbing trail. Enjoy the stunning views of Numbur Himal, Kongdi Ri, Karyolang Peak, and many other mountains. We may encounter wild animals straight ahead and up through the rhododendron forests.
Suppose we are lucky for beautiful weather. The view across the Dudh Kosi towards Karyolung stuns us. We can see the awe-inspiring sight of Lumding Himal. We can see the scenery across the rolling foothills of the Hinku Valley. We walk on to the right from here. We then descend steeply to Tuli Kharka (big pasture). We will reach Chatara La and stay overnight here.
Day 06: Chatara La - Kothe
We pass forests of juniper and rhododendron. We pass other local vegetation on our Mera peak climbing trail. Enjoy the views of Mera and the Hinku Valley. Today, we may encounter wild mountain animals like sloth bears, jungle cats, etc., among the tall pine trees.
Today, we can have a lunch break at Thakthor and continue the trek to Kothe. This area is an excellent place to camp. And there are several teahouses around. You can visit there and watch the local lifestyle in the remaining time.
Day 07: Kothe to Thagnak
Today will be about 4 to 5 hours. We follow the west bank of the riverbed up the valley to Tangnag (4,360m). Afterward, we trek on a gradually ascending path. We get closer views of Kusum Kanguru Peak and many more Himalayas.
On the way, we have a beautiful idea of Mt. Charpate and Mera La and a Buddhist Gomba in the lap of the big rock. Thagnag is using a grazing area for summer. They have the simplest of lodges and shops starting to develop, and we overnight in Thagnag.
Day 08: Thangnak to Khare (BC)
Today, we walk in the valley with open views to the north of the Hinku Nup glacier and the line of peaks beyond. From Charpatti Tal, the path descends slightly. It crosses a sandy bowl to the steep stream from Dig Kharka. The route continues somewhat up towards Khare. From Khare, it is possible to do a glacier session to ensure everyone is happy using ropes and crampons.
Day 09: Acclimatization day in Khare
Today, we have a rest and acclimatization day for Mera peak climbing the following days. Get the stunning view of Mera from here. You can do a side trip to walk in more heigh and come to sleep here. Make your body more quickly and prepare to attempt the peak overnight at Camp.
Day 10: Khare to Mera High Camp
Today, we walk to the Mera Glacier and follow it to the pass. We have to trek the steep route (about 260 meters), and reaching Base Camp takes around 2 to 3 hours. The views make us speechless. We can enjoy Everest, Makalu, Baruntse, Kusum Kanguru, and many other peaks in panorama. Moreover, we will trek high to High Camp.
We are walking with the beautiful view of Mera Peak climbing and the glacier. On clear weather days, we will have a panorama of Kanchenjunga far to the east. Our guide will fix the camp at an excellent point with great mountain views. And prepare to attempt the peak overnight at Camp.
Day 11: Weather days
Today is an extra day for our Mera peak climbing if in case the weather is terrible, and we can try for the next day.
Day 12: High camp-climb to Mera peak and back to Khare
Today is the most essential and most robust day on any mountaineering trip. Sometimes, it is necessary to use more rope for the summit approach. It is due to crevasse hazards along the route. As it starts to get light, we enjoy incredible views across to Baruntse (7129m), Chamlang (7319m), and Nau Lekh (6360m), with Makalu (8481m) looming behind.
Now is the time to descend. You retrace your steps down to high camp. We will take pictures and enjoy the view. We drop by the same route back to our campsite at Khare for the night’s rest. You will find this day-long but inspirational one for your life! Overnight at Khare.
Day 13: Trek back to Kothe
Trek down to the Kothe about 7 hours after the successful summit. We are descending before continuing to Kothe. We enjoy local wines and foods at night and relax at the camp and overnight.
Day 14: Trek back to Thuli Kharka
Today, we can also follow the new route to Thuli Kharka, which is high in the open hillside. It’s nice to walk through the red Rhododendron forest with the beaten trail of the Himalayas of Nepal. Enjoy watching the full range of Mera peaks, Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South from Thuli Kharka.
Day 15: Trek back to Lukla
Today, we are crossing the famous Zatrwa La pass (4,600m). We then descend steeply into the Dudh Kosi Valley and to Lukla. We trek through forests of fir, rhododendron, oak, juniper, and local vegetation. After crossing the pass, we see the beautiful views of Lukla Valley Cho yu, Kongde Peak, Numbur Himal, Kusum Khangru, and many others. Spend the last night of the trek strolling around the Lukla valley.
Day 16: Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu
Flight back to Kathmandu and leave our porter at Lukla. You can have your last night in Nepal enjoying the Nepali cultural dinner show in the evening. Exchange greetings among friends and with all Nepalese people. You can buy some souvenirs.
Day 17: Weather day/ Free day in Kathmandu
Today, you will have a free day in Kathmandu Valley. It is a weather day for the Lukla flight, and if the weather gets terrible, the Lukla flight may also get canceled. Have some rest in your hotel. In the evening, we will offer you a farewell dinner.
Day 18: Final Departure
Today is free or the last minute. You have a few hours of unique shopping for your relatives. We drop you at Kathmandu Airport and wish you a safe journey.
Fixed Departure Dates
Note: We can run a trip for solo travelers, couple, friends and family with children. Our private trips are running everyday. If you are looking for a group joining trip please contact us.
- Airport / Hotel / Airport transfers by private car.
- Hotel Accommodation in Kathmandu, including breakfast.
- Kathmandu city tour with English-speaking tour guide and private vehicle
- Trekking/peak climbing guide (trained in Wilderness First Aid & altitude sickness) and Supporting Staff with their food, accommodation, salary, equipment, accidental insurance, clothing, and medicine.
- All meals during trekking/peak climbing 3 meals a day (Breakfasts, Lunches, and Dinners).
- All necessary camping gear like two men’s tents, kitchen tent, kitchen equipment, and mattress while climbing period.
- Group medical supplies (first aid kit will be available)
- All necessary paperwork and national park entry permits.
- Climbing permit
- Climbing equipment like ice ax, Ice crew, snow bar, climbing rope.
- Travel& Rescue arrangement
- Round trip flight ticket for Kathmandu Lukla Kathmandu
- Above the Himalaya duffel bag. ( If you also need it, please let us know before you book the trip and remind us before you arrive here)
- Comprehensive pre-departure information
- Above the Himalaya Gifts
- Welcome/Farewell Nepali Dinner in Kathmandu
- All necessary paper works, office Service charge, and all Government Taxes
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu
- Nepal entry visa fee: You can get a Nepal visa upon arrival at the Airport.
- International Airfare/Airport tax, City tour Sightseeing entry fees.
- Alcoholic and hot and soft drinks
- Personal expenses include laundry, telephone calls, sweets, snacks, beverages and bar bills, and camera battery charging.
- Travel Insurance covers both rescue and medical assistance.
- Personal trekking gears
- Tips for tour/ trekking staff and driver
Essential Information - Mera Peak Climbing
Why Mera Peak Climbing?
Nepal falls on the top destination of Mera peak climbing and mountain exploring. Among many high mountain peaks in Nepal, Mera Peak climbing is also one of the high peaks in the Everest region. Experts have divided Mera Peak climbing into three primary summits. They are Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South.
The elevation of Mera Peak falls under 7000 meters from sea level. The height of Mera North is 6,476 meters, Mera Central is 6,461 meters, and Mera South is 6,065 meters. The first person to discover and climb Mera Peak climbing was Jimmy Roberts in the fall of 20 May 1953. People found the route to Mera Peak when Jimmy Roberts took this way after the ascent of Mount Everest.
The government of Nepal honored him with Everest’s national award in 2005. Mera Peak is one of the most climbed peaks in Nepal. As this peak falls on the Mount Everest region from the top of Mera, you will get the best view of the Himalayas. You can closely witness five mountains worldwide from the top of Mera Peak climbing.
You can see Mount Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu, and Kangchenjunga. You can also view several mountain peaks connected below. You can take any route from all directions to the summit. However, the path from the south and western face of Mera Peak is complex and challenging for climbers. So, people usually trek from the peak’s northern front.
Mera peak climbing is very popular among people. One of the main reasons for its fame is that this trek provides the best view of the high mountains together. Nepal’s height of the Mera Peak trek will challenge you with the high altitude. To climb Mera Peak with ease, you will have to learn all the techniques and have some experience.
Accommodation and food during our Mera Peak Climbing
Food and lodging are vital things one needs to consider before trekking any place. There are different teahouses and hotels on the way to Mera Peak Climbing. As you gain altitude, the facilities and the varieties of food and housing start to decrease. You might not get a room in a hotel for accommodation. So you will always carry a tent, foam mattress, and toiletries.
For food, you will get typical Nepali food and drink. And also, the price of food and accommodation is very high because of less variety. And if you trek during peak seasons like spring and autumn, you might need help finding hotel rooms. But suppose you hike during a non-peak season like monsoon and winter. You will quickly get rooms and discounts sometimes.
During this trek, you will sleep in everything from forests to meadows to high snowy camps. You need to accede to the situation. You can choose the season to trek to Mera Peak according to your choice. Yet, April and May are the best times to walk to Mera Peak climbing. If you like winter, you can trek during the winter season.
If you love any other season, you can hike according to that. But for touring to Mera, we prefer peak climbing in dry seasons. There is a different problem that you might face during the trek. One of the common problems you might face during the Mera peak climbing is the duration of your trip. It depends on the route you choose for the climb.
Mera Peak climbing equipment, packing list
- Climbing harness
- Ice ax
- Mountaineering boots
- AscenderDescender/Abseil device
- Snow bar
- Ice hammer
- Helmet (optional)
- Sun hat or scarf
- Fleece jacket with wind-stopper
- Waterproof shell jacket
- Down jacket (you can hire in Kathmandu also)
- Lightweight gloves and Heavyweight gloves or mittens with a waterproof shell outer for Mera peak climbing.
- Light and expedition-weight thermal bottoms
- Fleece or wool pants
- Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell pants
- Thick, warm wool hiking socks
- Hiking boots with spare laces
- Sunglasses with UV protection
- Sleeping bag rated to zero degrees Fahrenheit
- Trekking poles (sticks)
- Trek rucksack or duffle bag
- Basic First Aid Kit
- Daypack (35 to 50 ltr)
- Thermo-rest sleeping pad
- Water bottles
- Small wash towel
- Quick-drying towel (medium-sized)
- Soap (preferably biodegradable)
- Toothbrush/paste (preferably biodegradable)
- Face and body moisturizer
- Nail clippers
- Small mirror
- Tissue paper/ toilet roll
- Anti-bacterial Hand wash
- Trail Map/Guidebook
- Reading book
- Journal & Pen
- Pencils and small notebooks
- Snack Foods (Bring snacks and foods you like to munch)
- Travel clothes to wear in Kathmandu
- Sleeping bag (-20 degrees sleeping bag)
- Inflatable mattress
Best Time for Mera Peak Climbing
We have the best two seasons in Nepal for peak climbing in Nepal. Autumn and spring are the best times for Mera Peak climbing. The Mera Peak climb between October and November or March and May is perfect. The weather is clear during this time, and the day is long in spring. But you must always wear suitable climbing clothing.
The temperature is low and freezing after the Mera Peak base camp. The weather after base camp is unstable. The bad weather and the cool temperature add thrill and adventure to the Mera Peak climb. Furthermore, we need dry and stable weather to climb to Mera Peak safely. Strong winds and snowfalls might double the difficulty of the climb. So, to avoid these problems, we must choose the right time for the rise.
Flight delay/cancelation and changes in the Mera peak climbing itinerary
Be aware that Lukla’s flights depend on weather conditions. Sometimes, flight delays or changes occur. We constantly endeavor to make sure you reach your destination on time. And for our Mera peak climbing, we will re-arrange your ticket to the next available flight. In the case of Lukla’s flight delay, the client handles bearing all extra expenses.
It includes the food and accommodation costs. Suppose you wish to make alternative setups, such as helicopter flights, to avoid delays. All those expenses would be your responsibility. Suppose flight delays to Lukla occur on this Mera peak climbing. Then, we will endeavor to accommodate you with the same hotel you use in Kathmandu on your arrival day.
If it is unavailable, we will look for other hotels until we confirm your flight. We will adjust the itinerary to ensure you get as much time as possible in the mountains. It means reducing/removing the Kathmandu nights at the end of the trip. Suppose the flight from Lukla to Kathmandu gets canceled. You must cover the additional night cost and food.
They will rebook your flight the next day if flights can not operate due to terrible weather. In extreme conditions, the regular flights cannot operate. We can assist you in such cases by providing helicopter service for your Everest luxury trek. You must pay this extra cost (less the regular flight ticket price). You can claim this with your insurance company on your return to your home country.
After completing your Mera Peak Climbing, you can do different activities in Nepal. We suggest other activities only if you have more time. You can go to Chitwan National Park for a Jungle safari tour or a day Rafting trip. Pokhara is famous for adventure activities like Paragliding, Ultralight flight, and Bungy Jump. We can arrange different tours and put these extra activities as optional tours.
We have yet to include them in your package cost. You can arrange these activities with us at a reasonable discounted price. If you need hotel or flight ticket services after the trek, we can place them at a reasonable cost. You can also tour Kathmandu city or join a 1-hour scenic flight over Mount Everest. Furthermore, we are also offering Tibet and Bhutan tours.
Weather and temperature conditions of Mera Peak climbing
Before trekking any place, you must know all the required information about the trek. The weather and temperature of the place depend upon the time of trekking. If you Mera peak during winter, the weather might be frigid. You might even suffer from frostbite during the winter season. If you trek during monsoon season, you might need clear views of the mountains.
The trail will be slippery. There may be a delay in trekking time due to monsoon rain. But if you do Mera peak climbing in spring and autumn, you will have a clear view of the mountains. It will be much easier to trek during this season. The trail will also be fresh and full of flowers during this season. The average temperature of Mera peaks during the spring and autumn season is 5 – 10 degrees Celsius.
There are crowds on the trail to Mera Peak during this season. You might not get rooms in the hotel, so you must book your trek early. The following is some advice for the Mera Peak Climbing Equipment list. You can choose the packing list per your interest, elevation, season, and requirements. You can hire most of the equipment in Kathmandu. Remember to pack light.
The difficulty of Mera peak Climbing
When doing Mera Peak climbing, the higher altitude you gain, the more difficulty you may suffer. Earlier, experts graded Mera Peak as alpine grade F, which is easy and straight for trekking. But now, due to various changes in the glacier, Mera peak climbing has alpine grade DP. It means it is challenging to trek.
As Mera Peak is the highest peak in Nepal, there is a high chance of suffering from high-altitude sickness. Many people traveling to Mera Peak turn back because of altitude sickness. The oxygen level at the top of Mera Central (6461 meters) is 47 percent. Almost all the trekkers use supplemental oxygen because breathing at such a low oxygen level is tricky.
Because of altitude sickness, trekkers might feel nausea, headache, and fever. If you feel like altitude sickness, you should slow your trek. It would help if you had a well-devised itinerary to avoid the risk of altitude sickness. It would be best to have proper acclimatization, contingency day, and training. Altitude sickness is widespread for the people trekking to Mera Peak.
If you take the appropriate care and precautions, you can overcome this problem. The weather conditions of a place, especially at a higher altitude, are unpredictable. A perfect day for trekking can turn into the worst day. And the change in weather conditions can also directly affect treks and trekkers. So, while trekking to Mera peak climbing, you must note the weather conditions. You must also pack your gear and equipment according to that.
Enjoy your Mera Peak climbing with the Above The Himalaya Team
Mera peak climbing is another striking mountain that falls in the Sagarmatha region. There are trekking peaks in Nepal. Among them, Mera Peak is the highest peak. The altitude of the Mera peak is 6476 meters from sea level. Experts have classified Mera Peak into three prominent mountains in the north.
They are Mera North, 6,476 meters (1,247 ft.); Mera Central, 6,461 meters (21,198 ft.); and Mera South, 6,065 meters (19,898 ft.), along with several other trekking summits. During this trek, you will get a breathtaking view of mountains like Everest (8,848m), Mt. Lhotse (8,516m), Cho Oyu (8,188m), Kanchenjunga (8,586m), and Makalu (8,481m).
The trail to Mera Peak climbing is full of grassland, oak trees, and different flowers. Jimmy Roberts was the first person to climb Mera Peak in 1953. He climbed Mera Peak and invented many trekking places in the Khumbu region. He won the Sagarmatha National Award from the government in May 2005 for his efforts. You can complete the Mera peak trek within 20 – 25 days.
This trek is quite complex as it is the highest peak among trekking peaks in Nepal. Extreme cold weather might be difficult for trekkers. Before trekking Mera peak climbing, you need some trekking experience. You also need basic mountaineering skills. You should be physically and mentally fit before traveling.
You will have a fantastic chance to visit beautiful villages during this trek. You pass Paiya, Pangkoma, Nigmsa, Chetrakhola, Kothe, Tangnang, and many other towns. Mera Peak Trek is perfect for those who love to experience the wilderness. This trek goes through the flourishing Himalayan forest, glacial lakes, and scenic topography.
How to reach Mera Peak climbing?
There are different routes to trek to Mera peak climbing, but most trekkers choose to hike from Lukla. For walking Mera peak climbing, you will have to arrive at Kathmandu. After arriving in Kathmandu, you will get a day off to roam and visit Kathmandu Valley. After that, the next day, you will take a flight from Kathmandu airport to Lukla airport.
You will reach Lukla airport within 40 minutes. Your trekking starts from Lukla airport. After arriving at Lukla, you will be trekking to Chautanga. Enjoying an astonishing walk through the Rhododendron forest, you will reach Chautanga. Your next trek is from Chautanga to Chatara la, at 4500 meters.
You will enjoy the remarkable views of Nummer Himal, Kongdi RI, and Karyolang Peak on the way to Chatara la. You will stay overnight at Chatara la. You will continue your trek toward Mera Peak through Kothe the following day. Kothe is at an elevation of 3800 meters.
The trail to Kothe goes through the dense forest with rhododendrons and oak trees. You will also see some animals in that forest, like sloth bears and jungle cats. From Kothe, your next trekking destination is Thagnak. The route to Thagnak is a regular ascent following the bank of the river.
Walking with the best view of the Himalayas
From Tangnang, you will get a first glance at Mera Peak Climbing. You will stay overnight at the lodge of Thagnak. You will have a short and significant trek to Khare the next day. You will walk along the Dig Glacier, which provides a striking view of Hinku Nup Glacier. It takes 3 – 4 hours to reach Khare. The next day is the free day or acclimation day on Khare.
On this day, you will be roaming around the village of Khare and rest. The next day, you will trek toward Mera Peak climbing base camp. Mera base camp is at an altitude of 5800 meters. You will reach the Mera base camp from Khare within 3 hours. The trail provides a dazzling view of cliffs like Everest, Makalu, Baruntse, and Kusum Kanguru.
You will spend overnight at Mera Peak base camp. The next day is the most exciting day of this trek, as you will be climbing Mera Peak. After climbing Mera Peak, you will have to trek back to Khare. After climbing Mera Peak, you will travel backward to Kothe. From Kothe, enjoying the beauty of the trail, you will reach Thuli Kharka.
From Thuli Kharka, you will see a clear view of Mera peaks, Mera North, Mera Central, and Mera South. You will be trekking back to Lukla Airport from Thuli Kharka. From Lukla, you will take a flight to Kathmandu. After reaching Kathmandu, you will have a final departure.
More about Mera Peak Climbing
People have left Mera Peak climbing untouched for centuries. It has mesmerizing high standing in all directions. There are two most important things you must consider while climbing Mera Peak. They are physical strength and specific reeking conditioning. To increase physical strength, you can take some pre-trekking training with climbing.
You can gain a small trekking experience. For specific trekking activities, you should prepare for all types of situations that you might face while trekking. The trail to Mera peak climbing is relatively easy. Rock and snow fill the entire path from Khumbu Valley. You can complete the Mera peak climb trek within 15 days.
During this trek, you will be close to the culture and traditions of the people living in the Khumbu region. Mera Peak falls on a complex level of trekking. You will need to have a qualified and experienced guide with you while climbing. Almost all the treks in the Everest region start from a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla.
You can visit the famous Arun Valley. Another popular place on the road to Mera Peak is the forest of Hinku Valley. Hinku Valley itself is a beautiful place with lovely people. If you are lucky enough, you might see some animals while passing through the Hinku Valley. Enjoying the scenic and cultural beauty of the Khumbu region, you will reach Mera Peak.
Mera Peak is the highest peak in the world. It would help if you took proper acclimatization to avoid altitude sickness. We have developed the Mera peak climbing itinerary properly. The trekkers can enjoy the trek and explore new things. The view of the mountains you will get after climbing Mera Peak is said to be the best view of the mountains in Nepal.
Tips for Mera Peak climbing
- Pack your gears wisely.
It would help if you packed your gear wisely for Mera peak climbing. It would help to have trekking equipment like a Climbing Helmet, Boots, and Crampons. It would be best to have a Climbing Harness, Ascending device, or Jumar, Descending, or belay device. It would help to have a Tape sling, Carabiners, Prusik loop, and Ice axe for climbing Mera Peak.
It would be best to carry the equipment from Kathmandu; the more you gain altitude, the fewer shops. The trekking company may provide you with the equipment, but carrying gear on your own is better. You have to keep your luggage small. So, remember to pack lightweight clothes while packing clothes.
- Contact a professional trekking company.
Choosing a trekking company is relatively easy in Nepal. But choosing the right one might be difficult. The trekking company will provide a guide and porter for the Mera peak climbing. The whole trekking journey will depend upon the guide.
The guide for trekking Mera peak climbing should be professional and experienced. You must rely upon the trekking company to travel in the mountains region like Mera Peak. Make sure that you choose a registered trekking company.
- Do not rush
Trekking to Mera peak climbing takes more time. Mera peak climbing lies high, so you must walk slower. Remember while climbing that it is not a race. You will have to rise according to your ability. In the high-altitude region, oxygen deprivation exists, so you must trek gradually.
Also, your body needs time to adapt to the climatic conditions of Mera Peak. So you have to travel with proper acclimation.
- Stay hydrated
You must keep your body hydrated while trekking in high-altitude places like Mera peak climbing. There are many taps on the trail to Mera Peak, so you will always have to carry a water bottle with you. Also, you will have to take a purification tablet to purify the water.
Having enough water will also keep you away from altitude sickness. Remember, you should not have stiff drinks like alcoholic beverages while trekking. It may damage your heart and cause serious heart problems.
- Make your schedule flexible.
You will have to take a flight during our Mera peak climbing. You should know about the flight and other factors that may delay your trek. Flight delay is a common problem as the weather is only sometimes stable. Likewise, you might have to plan extra days if you trek during monsoon season.
Rainfall might interrupt you while walking. Also, you might feel unwell during the trek, so you should take a day off while planning the hike. It would help if you prepared some extra days.
- Have a positive attitude.
Mera peak climbing is a long trek. As mentioned above, trekking may have many problems, so you should be calm. Instead, if any problem arises, you should relax and work patiently. It would help if you were mentally prepared for everything. It would help if you had a positive mind while trekking so that you could enjoy this trek.
Most Asked Questions by Travellers
Mera Peak falls on the Mahalangur part of the Himalayan region. It is in the Solukhumbu district and Barun sub-district of the Himalayas. It is the highest peak in Nepal’s trekking peak, with an altitude of 6467 meters. Mera Peak has three prominent peaks: Mera South, Mera Center, and Mera North. British explorers first explored this mountain.
Climbing Mera Peak is once in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The unique thing about Mera Peak is the vibrant view of the mountains and the snow-filled trail. The trail to Mera Peak goes through different Buddhist monasteries and forests. This trek will provide a break to be close to the locals and observe their lifestyle. Although it is the highest among the trekking peaks, trekking to Mera Peak is relatively easy. If you learn the proper technique, you can hike this peak easily.
Of course, for trekking any place in the Himalayan region, you must have a permit. The first permit is a TIMS (trekker’s information management system) card. This permit costs NRS 2000 per person. The second permit is the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit. You will need to have this permit for trekking to Sagarmatha National Park. This trek costs about NRS 3000 per person. The last permit is for hiking to Mera Peak. Without a valid Mera Peak permit, you cannot trek to Mera Peak.
Trekking with the guide is very safe. Suppose you link with a trekking company. In that case, they will provide a registered guide with high technical skills. They will provide a proven safety presentation, perfect judgment, and a friendly attitude. Yet, climbing training and trekking experience might benefit this trek.
Safety comes first before anything. While trekking Mera Peak, you will need to take safety measures. If you feel like having any health issues, immediately stop the trek. The total trekking distance for the Mera Peak is 78 miles and 125 kilometers.
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Thank you, Puru, for an Excellent Mera peak climb trip. You were very helpful to me during the planning of my journey. You always answered e-mails promptly. You managed the equipment as you promised. It was very nice to be so warmly welcomed at the airport. When I arrived, the trekking guide was good. He ensured I reached the summit. It was a very successful trek!
Thank you, once again, Above the Himalaya trekking company.
Secod time on Mera peak climbing wiht AHT
I trekked with Puru to Tengboche and Pochara the first time and rated ATH excellent then. Puru and the team cared for me so well that I returned to climb Mera Peak with the same excellent service (trekking guide, porter, and this time climbing guide). Puru continuously checks in to see how things are going, and I could always count on his people for help along the trek (14 days). Thanks again, Puru, you are the best!!
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“This was my second time heading to the Himalayas and the second time to use Above The Himalaya. As my first experience was fabulous, and I thought it couldn’t improve, I was proven wrong.
Yet again, Puru and his team pulled out all the stops to make this climb of Mera Peak something I will never forget! From the first email I sent to Puru about organizing the climb to the last, the communication was perfect just before I jumped on the plane to fly to Kathmandu. Then, from the second I landed in Kathmandu to the second I left Kathmandu with Puru.
The climb of Mera Peak was challenging due to the high altitude and coldness you get from going up high. But all was made that much easier by the hospitality of my Guide. His superb knowledge of the route we were taking, knowing every mountain peak to make sure I was put up in a comfy bed in the night with the best food.
There is no other trekking/climbing company I would use other than Above The Himalaya.
Also, I am already planning on climbing 7100m this year. And yes, you guessed it, I will be using Puru and his company Above The Himalayas!”
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