Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing

Trip Cost
$ 2100

Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing (6,416 M)  in Everest Region 1 out of 33 popular peak-trekking / mountaineering activity in Nepal! Mera Peak Climbing takes us to the mountainous Everest Region Trekking.…


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Mera Peak Climbing

Mera Peak Climbing (6,416 M)  in Everest Region

1 out of 33 popular peak-trekking / mountaineering activity in Nepal!

Mera Peak Climbing takes us to the mountainous Everest Region Trekking. In this trekking/climbing adventure, we ascent 6,476 meters (21,247 ft), to summit the peak by the same name. Mera Peak is regarded as one of the highest trekking peak of Nepal. Due to its geographical location in the area, spectacular view of Chamlang, Makalu, Baruntse, Lhotse and Mount Everest can been seen from the summit.

Mera Peak is a popular climbing destination that does not follow the standard Everest Trekking Route and requires only basic mountaineering skills (perhaps some more effort at the top). The climb is graded Alpine Grade F (easy) in the past but recently upgraded to Grade PD (not very difficult) for the final 40 meters climb. Nevertheless, the peak remains a top attraction among several trekkers and mountaineers.

Mera Peak was first successfully summited by Col. Jimmy Roberts and Sherpa Sen Tenzing on May 20, 1953. Since then, the mountain summit has been one of the 33 most popular destinations for peak climbing in Nepal. Hinku and Hongu Valley add spectacular highlight to the already mesmerizing climbing activity.

Getting to Mera Peak Climbing , a journey through the mountains!

To reach Mera Peak, we take a flight to Lukla. From there, we head east towards Dudh Koshi River and Hinku Valley. Later, we descend and head north-east to reach Mera La (5415m). Climb South to reach Mera Peak. Return journey can be backtracked or routed towards the east as per the weather and direction of the climbing guide. Trek north towards Panch Pokhari (Five Lakes), cross Amphu Labsa Pass (5850m), and descend below (done with climbing for now!) Island Peak (6189m) towards Chuklung. Soon enough, we will find ourselves in the Everest Trekking trails, finding our way back to Lukla Airport, and fly out.

Important Information Mera peak climbing 

Mera Peak can only be climbed from the north side. Before a few years, there was another route but a huge crevass has made an obstacle on the old route. Climb is steep and fixed climbing ropes are used to assist the ascent. The fixed ropes are arranged before every climbing season.

Mera peak requires proper climbing gears.The climbing gears includes personal accessories like crampons, boots, outfit, gloves, ropes, and so on. Similarly, tents are carried and need to be set up during the stay at the high camp. Proper sleeping materials including warm food and healthy drinks are also a necessity at such a cold region and  altitude. Tea-houses are available in the lower regions throughout the trek where warm beds and good food are provided. Of course menu choices are limited but locals thrive to provide more and more service to the trekkers/visitors.

Gears/ Equipments for Mera Peak Climbing 

Climbing gears are important aspect of climbing. For this activity, you will need climbing boots, crampons, ice axe, ice bar, ice screw, zoomer, ice axe, harness, figure of eight, safety helmet, plain and locking carabineers, prussic cord and climbing rope, and so on. If you have or can buy these on your own, it’s great. Otherwise, these can be rented under $150 US (price subject to change) from a trusted rent shops nearby our location in Kathmandu. Just let us know and we will organize everything that you will need for the activity.

At Hiking Adventure Treks, we provide reliable and quality graded climbing gears and equipment in order to provide a seamless climbing experience for our clients. Besides that, we also organize your accommodation, meals, tents and all necessary equipment required in the journey.

A certain level of fitness is required to summit Mera Peak, along with an unhindered determination. This, can be achieved through physical exercises, previous trekking experience and commitment towards the journey. We will need to stop at various spots for acclimatization to the higher altitudes and to reduce the risk of Altitude Sickness. Further, our experienced guides, Climbing experts and Sherpa staff will provide vital assistance in this climbing experience.

Safety and Tips for Mera Peak Climbing

Your safety during any trip/treks with us is of the greatest concern to us. Our organization Policy makes it compulsory for you to get an appropriate and useful health/travel insurance that includes emergency evacuation. This will help you get the life-saving help when you need it. For us, this will help us follow our guidelines and help to keep you and the team safe. All our staff assisting you on the ground are insured against this risk. Make sure that you are hydrated and fed well during the trip.

Do not hesitate to ask for help when you feel that your body is getting weak. Common altitude sickness symptoms include dizzyness, fatigue, fever and sickness. Our staff are trained to notice these symptoms among the group members. Follow the guideline set by the trek leader during climbing practise, training and the journey itself.

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USD 2100 Per Person

No. of People Price per person
1 - 1 USD 2100
2 - 4 USD 2040
5 - 8 USD 1980
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  • day 1

    Arrival in Kathmandu (1300m) / Transfer to Hotel / Welcome Dinner

    At our arrival, HAT Representative will greet you just outside the International Airport in Kathmandu. Soon after, we will organize your transportation to the designated hotel in Kathmandu. Spend the afternoon browsing the beautiful streets of Thamel or visit the nearby Kathmandu Durbar Square. In the evening, we will meet for welcome dinner and tour briefing.
    Accommodation: 3-Star Hotel in Kathmandu

  • day 2

    Sightseeing of Kathmandu and trek preparation

    Today, we will visit the famous Pashupatinath Temple, the holiest shrines of Hindus, and later Boudhanath, a center of Buddhism in Kathmandu. Both of these monuments are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and will provide a great inside about Nepal's religious and cultural tolerance, history and marvels.

    We meet in the afternoon of the travel briefing and prepare for our adventurous journey.

    Accommodation: 3-Star Hotel in Kathmandu

  • day 3

    Domestic Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla (2880m) [35-Minutes], trek to Paiya (2700m) [6-Hours]

    We take a morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. The flight is about 35 minutes long with majestic views of northern mountains, hills and valleys as we travel north.The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla is basically a mountain-flight, with spectacular view of the whole northern mountain range as soon as we lift up. As we approach north, huge mountains and hills will loom over. We will land in Lukla in no time.

    From Lukla, trek for 5-6 hours to reach a small village known as Chutok (Paiya) after crossing Chutok La Pass.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Paiya

  • day 4

    Trek from Paiya (Chutok) to Panggom (2840m) [6-Hours]

    After breakfast, continue on the trail to cross the Kari La Pass. Enjoy the majestic views of Dudhkoshi Valley below as you walk along the high grounds through green forests of rhododendron, bamboo and other trees.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Panggom

  • day 5

    Trek from Panggom to Ningsow (2860m) [5-Hours]

    We will cross our 3rd pass today, known as Panggom La Pass in yet another day of stunning trek in the high mountains. Continue along the trails with great views of hills and mountains. Descend to cross Ningsow river and ascent to reach Ningsow Village for overnight.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Ningsow

  • day 6

    Day 06: Trek from Ningsow to Chhatra Khola (2800m) [7-Hours]

    After breakfast, continue on the trail enjoying the blissful mountainous views along the trail. The trail today will be ascends and descends as we do not gain much altitude over the 7-hour journey. Enter Makalu Barun National Park area and continue to reach Chhatra Khola. Enjoy stunningly beautiful Mera Peak. The national park itself is home to various exotic animals, including the endangered Red Panda.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Chhatra Khola

  • day 7

    Trek from Chhatra Khola to Kothe (3600m) [7/8-Hours]

    Continue along the trail along Majang River and later walk along the bankside of Hinku River. As we ascend, the landscape starts to thin off trees and grass. Remember to stop for breathing and take baby steps as we are ascending to more than 3500 meters during the day's trip.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Kothe

  • day 8

    Trek from Kothe to Thaknak (4350m) [3-Hours]

    Mera Peak appears very close as we continue towards the ascend point of the peak. On our way, we will pass through Gondishung, centuries old Lungsumgba Gompa and the traditional settlement of local people. We trek for just about 3-hours against the high altitude to reach the tea-houses in Thaknak.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Thaknak

  • day 9

    Trek from Thanknak to Khare (5045m) [3-Hours]

    Another day of 3-hour journey that takes us to Khare. On the way, we will pass through glaciers and climb through moraines. The final climb to Khare is steeper, but today's activity will provide us a glimpse of what's to come next. From Khare, the view of Mera Peak is stunning.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Khare

  • day 10

    Acclimatization / Training Day at Khare

    Pre-climb training will be interesting as climbing leaders share vital and useful information on using the climbing gears such as ice axe, climbing boots, crampons, etc. We will also demonstrate and practice using the ropes and other technical skills.

    Acclimatization will be necessary to adopt our body to the high altitude. Basically, we spend today learning and adopting, and it will also be a great time to socialize with the fellow climbers and get accquainted to climbing ethics and protocol.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Khare

  • day 11

    Climb from Khare to High Camp (5780m)[4/5-Hours]

    Trek and climb from Khare to Mera Base Camp today. We will use climbing gears such as crampons, rope and ice axe and it will be an exciting climb. Mera Peak Climbing is considered easy compared to the challenging expeditions.

    Accommodation: Tents in Mera High Camp

  • day 12

    Summit Mera Peak (6654m), trek back to Khare

    The day is here when we finally summit Mera Peak. We start early to avoid risks of bad weather after midday.The route is classified as non-technical. However, we need to be careful as we move above steep slopes and ridges. We use fixed ropes for the final 50m climb as per the leader's instruction. Once at Summit, enjoy the great views of world's highest mountain ranges. Later, we will climb back and trek back to Khare.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Khare

  • day 13

    Contingency Day

    This day is here to make up for any probable delay in our plan due to various reasons persisting in summit adventure. This includes but is not limited to flight delays, health of team members and weather.

  • day 14

    Trek from Khare to Kothe [5-Hours]

    Today we return back to Khote from Khare.We basically follow the same trail that we used to ascend to the base camp. We will spend a beautiful evening sharing our success and joy of achievements.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Khare.

  • day 15

    Trek from Khare to Thuli Kharka [6-Hours]

    After breakfast, we will continue the descent to retrace our steps towards Thuli Khara. Trekking downhill can be stressful for your knees, so it's wise to use the trekking sticks and walk at a comfortable pace.

    Accommodation: Tea-house in Thuli Kharka

  • day 16

    Trek from Thuli Khara, cross Zatrwa La Pass (4600m), reach Lukla [7-Hours]

    Continue the trail to ascend 200 meters and cross our final pass (Zatrwa La) before catching sight of the beautiful Lukla Valley. Enjoy beautiful views of the mountains along the way.

    We are at the end of our trekking adventure, as the next day's journey is a quick flight to Kathmandu and a ride back to your hotel.

    Accommodation: Lodge in Lukla

  • day 17

    Day 15: Domestic Flight from Lukla to Kathmandu [35-Minutes]

    Take another 30-Minute flight back to Kathmandu from Lukla airport. In no time, we will be at the Kathmandu Airport, from where we will travel back to our hotel in a private drive.

    Take rest and enjoy the evening shopping and exploring other areas of Kathmandu with the help of HAT guide.

    We will meet in the evening for a beautiful gathering and a farewell dinner.

    Included Meals: Breakfast & Dinner

    Accommodation: 3-Star Hotel in Kathmandu

  • day 18

    Airport Transfer / Departure

    We are back where we started in the capital city. Pack your bags and make sure you have brought some sovereigns to take back home to friends and family. Enjoy your breakfast in relief. Hiking Adventure staff will arrange your transfer to the Tribhuvan International Airport according to your departure schedule.Included Meals: Breakfast

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